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Haha, no - I mean, he played Bane rather well. As in he did a good job portraying Bane. I just don’t think it was enough to save the movie.
It needed to be long and it needed to be epic, but it could do both without being too confusing and convoluted for its own good.
Eh, there was just a lot of weak plotpoints that barely held together by a thread and seemed to be written for convenience sake to set up later conditions and values. The biggest of all being that only one guy in the world is capable of activating and defusing this certain type of bomb - So they publicly execute him in front of everyone. It’s just a lazy, far too convenient way of saying “the bomb can’t possibly be defused and it WILL blow up”, leading to what we know happens at the end with the bomb being flown out of Gotham and detonating on the horizon.
Also, “Surprise, I’m Tahlia Al Ghul!”. By that point things had gotten so twisted that I really didn’t care.
I also think the combat choreography was generally quite bad. So many shots were left in of people randomly falling over without any contact, and there were lots of extras during the mass brawl who were doing a very unconvincing job of pushing each other around. Just my two cents.