Friday, July 20, 2012

Batman Movie So Bad, Man Driven To Rampage

Much has been written on how bad and evil comic books are. But Batman is one of the worse. He is an elder homogay that has his own Thai lover boy that he calls Robin. He's rich  man that thinks he can run rough shod around the city killing people indiscriminately that he considers criminals instead of letting the police do it.There have been TV shows and movies over the years and they have all been horrible. The worse was in the late 1980's when the "joker" ran around urging towns folk to get enemas. Disgusting.

Sickening filth

Well there is a new Batman movie called "The Dark Knight Rises" and unfortunately it was so bad a young 24-year-old James Holmes was driven from the movie theater where he decided to go on a rampage. He injured 71 people killing 12.

The sick young man entered the movie auditorium wearing a ballistics helmet, bullet-proof vest, bullet-proof leggings, gas mask and gloves. He detonated multiple smoke bombs, and then began firing at viewers in the sold-out theater and then as people began to run out the exits, he unloaded four weapons worth of ammunition into the crowd. Making this the largest mass shooting in U.S. history due to the number of casualties.

According to police sources, Holmes told the officers when they arrested him that he was "The Joker," referring to the villain in the second installment of the Batman movie trilogy, "The Dark Knight." He also told the police that he had booby-trapped his apartment, leading officers to evacuate the Aurora Colorado apartment building.

Police going into Holmes apartment through the window because the door was booby trapped.

Controversy had already surrounded the movie, as movie critics that had voiced negative reviews of the movie received death threats. Advanced tickets to the movie were selling on ebay for as much as $300. Rush Limbaugh had also accused the movie of being a liberal democrat attack on Mitt Romney, because the antagonist is named Bane.

As fall out after the incident, New York Police Commissioner Ray Kelley says that "as a precaution against copycats and to raise the comfort levels among movie patrons in the wake of the horrendous shooting in Colorado, the New York City Police Department is providing coverage at theaters where the 'The Dark Knight Rises' is playing." 

The Paris premiere of the movie has been cancelled due to fears that rude, up tight, frenchies may take to the streets with their own violent rampages after watching this horrible movie.

My heart goes out to the victims of this sick lone gunman and movie.

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