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Batman modification

Now that I have seen the past Batman movies they have been great and I can in advance say that, I grew up watching Batman in TV show, in the 80’s. then my focus after watching the Christopher Nolan’s Batman, when Christian Bale had the cast as the billionaire Bruce Wayne, he was designed or as we say in the movie-indutry, instructed to have a certain voice, it was to be less recognized by his opponents, just like Man of Steel carries glasses when he is Clark, but now this is about Batman.

When batman is Bruce Wayne, he is the ordinary daily guy that runs as a billionaire, and has his ordinary voice, I guess the modification of the alter ego voice only is the new movies, but right now I haven’t seen him very much during his daytime actions, only a little. Of course he is the dark knight with a dark background, that is how we know Bruce wayne’sBatman the alter ego. I believe there are many batman fans out there and you could be among them, my question is then if he has had this voice in every movie, because I can’t remember if I saw it in the 80’s Batman, you can help me here.

My theory here for the special suit Batman is carrying in the upcoming movie Batman v Superman, I believe it would be almost like when Jor-El in the first Man of Steel movie, he wore his suit, that in the Batcave, it is put on him and then something covers his throat for the occasion to help him make his voice deeper.Now if you are one of those who have seen the teaser trailer that Warner Brothers Production sent out, you have heard the depth of the voice, and I am actually intrigued that it actually is a deep voice and not that he is instructed to talk deeper, because that looks and seems totally awkward. My anticipation for the new Batman is high, mostly because the cast is not trusted much and also Zack Snyder who did the instruction. What do you think? Is his voice greater than the past ones?

Have recently learned

We all learn and we almost can’t escape it, I mean if we do not take action on stuff, nothing happens, but to begin to question things from new angles is common, we can’t avoid that, it is in nature. I have recently watched Backstreet Boys’ documentary titled Show Em What You’re Made Of. To sum it up, then we see personal profiles of the boys as in the film’s description, we go home to where they grew up and get their background, I believe it’s the right thing to do. We also see a short profile of their early manager who I know Brian decided to sue, which I read on Wikipedia he did, that was before 2010.

All of this and much more is in the coming. I tuned in or gave extra attention to the film as I felt with them all five. I have been in a long time wondered why Brian etc. chose to be a Christian and make his records and still from then wondered how he could sell many CD’s, I thought his music was a bit too boring as I might am used to seeing or hearing him with the rest of the boys. I respect him as he has been through much and stand where he does.

What I specifically learned from him was his statement, and his meaning-full conversation with his mom in the beginning of the film. He told the woman or his mom, or I think it was his therapist, that he told that his voice is his life, and with his belief he expressed; we have been given a voice and we use it, but we take it for granted. That got me emotional, because he’s right and our voice is with us unique, only one sounds like us and that is us. When I heard him saying it I really started to think and do some serious consideration what I will use my voice for the next 50 years and more.

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