By "living" the myths one emerges from profane, chronological time and enters a time that is of a different quality, a "sacred" Time at once primordial and ondefinately recoverable. (Eliade 18)
So by recreating the Christ mythos, both in creating and Watching Thr Batman trilogy, we, along with Nolan himself, are reliving it and it's significance to us?
"Living" a myth, then, implies a genuinely "religious" experience, since it differs from the ordinary experience of everyday life. The "religiousness" of this experience is due to the face that one re-enacts fabulous, exciting, significant events, once again witnesses the creative deeds of the Supernaturals; one ceases to exist in the everyday world and enters a transfigured, auroral world inpregnated with the SupernaturalS' presence. (Eliade 19)
By watching The Dark Knight trilogy, both Nolan and the viewers (those who are especially attached to the Christ story and myth) are reliving the Christian mythos. When I walk out of the theater, elated, a heightened sense of consciousness, ranting on and on about the themes contained within the tale, I am in Time, not time any more. And it feels good.