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Am I the only one who thinks some of the scenarios are extremely over-the-top and unrealistic? What are some movies like Flightplan? Is there any way to get torrents with the original subtitles? An automatic life sentence for unforgivable curses is ridiculous. Which PG rated animated movie has the strongest language? How can I know if a torrent has subtitles for foreign language scenes? Peter hiding his identity felt a bit weird, since he's in the MCU The blip would've killed people again Am I the only one who noticed the chicken being crushed? Why was this movie so controversial? View all posts >


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OK, thanks. Would this work if I want to watch movies on my TV, or would I have to watch them on my computer? I never mentioned anything about "normal human interaction". I assume you mean "reaction". Well I'm using common sense. I understand you're more willing to suspend your disbelief than me, but I think you know nobody would react that way in real life. They couldn't even if they wanted to, it would be physically impossible. Basic human instincts would take over. Alfred did say that would be how he'd react, but obviously he didn't mean if he believed Bruce was dead. That's a good argument, but I'll repeat what I said above: "I know for a fact that if anyone had an adopted son who they loved, and was believed to be dead, and was later found alive, nobody would react the way Alfred did, no matter the circumstances. It would be downright impossible. There are some automatic responses that are unavoidable." I also don't understand why they couldn't stay in touch. They could've Skyped every day, and Alfred could afford to visit frequently. I don't see how anyone could find out. And now that I think about it, why did Bruce even need to fake his death? Why couldn't he just leave? I know for a fact that if anyone had an adopted son who they loved, and was believed to be dead, and was later found alive, nobody would react the way Alfred did, no matter the circumstances. It would be downright impossible. There are some automatic responses that are unavoidable. They didn't need to reflect on past times, they could've just had a normal father-son relationship. They could've Skyped every day, and Alfred could afford to visit frequently. There are lots of things they could've spoken about that aren't related to Gotham or the past. I don't even think they'd need to limit their conversation topics though, Bruce is too strong to change his mind about leaving Gotham. You completely missed my point. My point is none of that matters. All that matters is that Alfred didn't react the way any human would automatically react, even in those circumstances. Also, here's another reason that scene is completely ridiculous: I understand why Alfred wanted Bruce to leave Gotham, so he could be happy. But why does that mean they had to end their relationship? Why couldn't they continue their father-son relationship, and never talk about Gotham? They made each other happier. I was paying attention, that's why I said "regardless of the circumstances". I have no problem suspending my disbelief in movies, but not when it's completely ridiculous. Alfred is a human, so he should've reacted like one. If anyone saw their adopted son they believed to be dead, they'd be so shocked, they wouldn't be able to think about that. Their human instincts would take over, and their automatic response would be to run over and hug them. Just imagine you think your adopted son is dead, and then you see him alive. Regardless of the circumstances, just casually nodding is the most bizarre and inhuman response imaginable. There also was a lot to say. But giving doctors permission to take your wife off life support isn't a crime. He was acquitted of attempted murder, so he was legally regarded as innocent, and therefore he had every legal right to do it. View all replies >