Who Would Be Brave Enough to Re-Boot The Bat?

Who Would Be Brave Enough to Re-Boot The Bat?

With almost every comic book franchise ever created finding its way to the big screen in some incarnation, Nolan's Batman universe played with conventions and created a fable that was as much about fear, mortality and the duality of man than it was about fighting crime dressed as a bat. And then, in Heath Ledger's Joker from 2008's The Dark Knight, you truly had a villain for the ages.
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From Book to Film: Part two

From Book to Film: Part two

In the previous installment of From Book to Film, we discussed two films that, though adapted from a novella and a novel, respectfully, differed from their source material in terms of narrative structure, adding, expanding upon or even skipping over plot points while still managing to create a strong, everlasting cinematic experience.
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Turns out the real plot for Revenge of the Nerds was the assimilation of the masses into their collective. Not unlike what the Borg would have done.

Turns out the real plot for Revenge of the Nerds was the assimilation of the masses into their collective. Not unlike what the Borg would have done.

The seventies and eighties weren't such a good time to be a nerd. It was an era when soldiers, jocks, and corporate men ruled the world, and D&D players weren't likely to get the girl. As the decades went by, the dynamic changed enough that Jocks were hiding inside on sunny days playing video games (even if it was Madden NFL) and the Nerds made it outside long enough to notice that having a tan ain't that bad.However you want to put it, things have changed enough that it isn't such a black spot on your rep to admit that you're into stuff that once would have gotten your underwear run up the flagpole.
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