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The Dark (K)Night Has Risen -- Will You Blame Batman?

When I was a child, just like anyone else my age, Batman became part of my rich imagination. In my days, the Batman movies were simple and naive. My maximum satisfaction was met simply by looking at Batman flying and defeating his enemies, notably Joker.

Nowadays, I am more preoccupied with other issues in life. Although I am still fond of the superheroes who would spend so much time planning on how to save humanity, I am no longer inspired to look forward to latest movie releases. This younger generation calls the new releases a work of art, innovation, and a product of 'postmodern' creative imagination. Much of the way the movies are produced go beyond what I can consider to be classical. In my opinion, they are supra-violent, something that my nine-year old child will never be able to watch without convincing us to the extreme.

Last night, a consequence of what has been viewed to be 'creative' and 'innovative' has finally happened. In a Colorado screening o…
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