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Re: The Dark Knight

Posted: Wed Sep 19, 2012 20:24
by this clump of trees
Batman is built on a flat plateau elevated at 540 m above the sea level, though there is a declining slope of up to 0.6° in the northeastern and southern areas.[16] There are almost no forests in and around the city. The Iluh River, a tributary of the Batman River, flows through the city. The soil mostly consists of soft and porous clay; it is unstable and is easily eroded with rain and floods of the Batman and Iluh rivers. The floods occur between March and May and sometimes in October–November. Major floods occurred in 1969 (April, 60 buildings damaged), 1972 (April and May, 210 buildings damaged), 1991 (November, 500 buildings flooded), 1995 (March, nearly 1000 buildings submerged and 450 damaged) and 2006 (October, 11 people died and 20 injured).[17][18]

Batman has a semi-arid continental climate. Winters are cold and humid, with much precipitation. Summers are hot and dry with temperatures above 35 °C (95 °F). On average, Batman has a lot of sunshine hours.[17]

Re: The Dark Knight

Posted: Sat Aug 31, 2013 23:13
by this clump of trees
shaky cam fight scenes acclimate the audience to context-free youtubes of war zones that newsreaders can fill in the narrative gaps of with tropes / cliches

Re: The Dark Knight

Posted: Fri Oct 03, 2014 19:54
by bullyhuff
Thought I'd pass this along...