"Posh burgers": what do you make of literary action movies?

Charlie Brooker offers ambivalent praise for the Batman-Bond trend toward smarter, more literary action movies.

The Dark Knight Rises can't simply be a popcorn movie about a man who dresses as a bat and fights a bloke with a jockstrap on his face. No. It's The Seventh Seal in a cape. Skyfall isn't about a globetrotting secret agent with a trouser-phobic dick. No. It's an essay on matriarchs and Bond as a cultural signifier. No bad thing. If the year's two biggest blockbusters strive to be meatier than Transformers, hooray. Hooray, hooray, hooray.


Q: What do Skyfall, The Dark Knight Rises and a hamburger have in common? A: See below [Guardian]