The Dark Knight was released 10 years ago this week, and it was met with critical acclaim. It was gritty, realistic, dark, and primal. Why did it stand out among so many superhero movies, and even holds it own today?
In this week's Save the Cat podcast, I explore why, comparing it to another big-budget Bat-flick, Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice.
"Milles does a masterful job of bringing to life the lives and concerns of everyday teenagers, particularly in the troubled modern era, when school shootings are horrifically common. This is a fear most of us live with every day, and Milles shows us how such a situation can play out—the boiler keg of rage that builds within students who are bullied and feel there is no one to care for them." -Reader review on Amazon for Redemption