Yeah, that's a bunch of gobbledygook, stock retorts, and faux outrage that really says nothing. You claimed she was gawky and awkward "as a person." You have no idea what she's like as a person because you don't know her. The only way you could know her as a person was to have met her. Which you haven't. Period. End of story.
Oh look at that. After all your typing my opinion still remains.
Well to be fair, the third movie in general has got a reputation for being the clunker of the trilogy. But Christopher Nolan has never made a bad movie so far, so I'll definitely trust him.
Toy Story 3
Return Of The King
Just to name a few. If you're referring strictly to the superhero genre well the reason movies like X3 and Spider-man 3 weren't on par with their predecessors was mostly due to studio interference. I guess this could also apply to the Burton/Schumacher movies. That doesn't seem to be the case here. WB has let Nolan have creative freedom right from the get go. That's something that Sony didn't give Raimi for Spider-Man 3 and what could've been Spider-Man 4 had Raimi stayed on.
Nolan also focuses on story. Regardless of how some people don't like his Batman films or his 'cerebral' films like Inception, story and characters are the forefront. It's not a tug of war between directors and producers over what characters are in the film because they're popular in the comic books and what the fans 'want'. If WB really wanted to cash in on TDK's success, they would've rushed the film out for 2011 last year instead of 2012. Similar to how Fox rushed X3 out for Summer 06.
They also didn't try to pressure Nolan into having this in 3D and didn't force him to recast Joker.