Do you mean TDKR? That's what he (and I) had mentioned bearing a distinctly right message. If so, I agree, although with any of them, it's not so easy to say that the antagonist vessel of the (leftist) message is dispositive on the film's overall purpose: exactly the opposite is true for TDK and you could argue the same for TDKR (that the powerfulness of the villain comes from the coherency of their existence). If you're saying you found The Dark Knight to be boring to the point of being unwatchable, then we're going to have to take this to the streets. Because I have literally never heard of anyone other than my parents and my very gay friend who weren't both very entertained and moved by TDK. Just an extraordinarily impressive directorial and acting feat for the genre.