The director of the Dark Knight trilogy and the directors of the early Batman series differ immensely. Joel Schumacher and Tim Burton were the directors of the early Batman series. Tim Burton directed the first two Batman movies, “Batman” and “Batman Returns”. Burton is widely famous for Gothic style of cinema and his work of “Edward Scissorhands” and “The Nightmare Before Christmas”. Burton has been nominated for two Academy Awards. Both for Best Animated Feature of the Year. One for “Frankenweenie”, the other for “Co...
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... steps to see if Santa had brought him anything this year. Sure enough, Brick’s Christmas tree was hardly visible because of the massive stack of presents next to it. Brick immediately started tearing into his presents. He liked everything he got, but his parents could tell he was looking for something in particular. It came down to his last present. It was a medium thin rectangular box. Brick started ripping off the wrapping paper and his eyes lit up. It was what he had wanted so badly this year. It was It was the Dark Knight trilogy. He immediately popped the first movie into the DVD player and spent his whole day watching those movies. Even as a young boy, he was blown away by the intricate plots of each movie and could tell how great the direction by the director. Because of The Dark Knight Trilogy’s director and plots, it is better than the other Batman movies.
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