Alfred: You are as precious to me as you were to your own mother and father. I swore to them that I would protect you, and I haven't.
During the stock exchange scene, after Bane says "Time to go mobile", the man with the laptop closes the laptop in the background and then does it again in closeup. See more...
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|Title||The Dark Knight Rises|
|Original entry||After Bane takes over Gotham, the Army goes to town to stop him. When the convoy is stopped on the bridge, one of the vehicles shown is an M109 Paladin self propelled howitzer, an artillery cannon. There is no reason the army should bring medium-heavy field artillery to a hostage situation, seeing as everything it can do would involve more collateral damage than could be outweighed by the benefits. Even disregarding this, there's no reason at all to bring it into Gotham across the bridge: An M109 has an effective range of more than 30 kilometres, and a battery of guns would easily have been able to cover all of Gotham city from the other side of the river. Never mind the question why the army chose to send the artillery in among the very first vehicles. [Collateral Damage. The army wanted to show what weapons they have and they are prepared to use it. Bane and his crew have just blown up half the city (figuratively speaking). If the army believe they can take him and his triggerman out with a minimum loss of civilian lives, they would consider taking that option. It is not a generally acceptable solution but it is something that is always considered.]|