Thread: The Dark Knight Sucks!

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    • 11 years 1 month ago
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    Glad to hear that the movie is doing okay. I probably won't see it, though. It's odd, but my interest in the whole Batman movie franchise died after Batman Forever.

    That aside, I will admit this...Heath Ledger as Joker is creepy looking. He really looks like he's deranged. For those who saw it, is that the type of persona he's portraying?
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    The only thing I disliked about Dark Knight was the way it ended.

    But other than that, it was a kick-ass movie.
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    It was great,...Heath is immortalized.
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    Dark Knight was awesome, unlike Batman Begins. I'm moving to Los Angeles in about 6 months and am actually staying with the director's (Chris Nolan's) assistant until I get my own place.
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    Quote by SSJ_Jup81
    That aside, I will admit this...Heath Ledger as Joker is creepy looking. He really looks like he's deranged. For those who saw it, is that the type of persona he's portraying?


    The Joker is deranged in this movie. He has this twisted humor that still makes a person laugh and cringe all at once. Heath did some amazing acting.
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    I absolutley loved it! I enjoyed every minute of it...especially the Joker parts xD
    Heath Ledger played the role of the Joker perfectly since Jack Nicolson in 1989. -Sighs- Rest In Peace Heath Ledger =(
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    Quote by SSJ_Jup81
    Glad to hear that the movie is doing okay. I probably won't see it, though. It's odd, but my interest in the whole Batman movie franchise died after Batman Forever.

    That aside, I will admit this...Heath Ledger as Joker is creepy looking. He really looks like he's deranged. For those who saw it, is that the type of persona he's portraying?

    I believe so =D
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    Quote by Megagents
    That Is All.


    Hmm..tell me, what is your taste in movies? Because we obviously have polar opposites.

    That or I'm going to go out on a limb and say you're a radical Marvel fan who can't stand to see anything good come out of DC for once.
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    Now this is the greatest sequel since T2, Aliens, Superman 2, Godfather 2, or Spider-Man 2. A great sequel that becomes a true cinematic masterpiece!
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    Listen carefully in Batman the Animated Series, and he does the same thing there too. His voice as Bruce is a little more upbeat and higher pitched. There's a scene in one episode where he's in the batcave dressed as Batman but talking on the phone as Bruce Wayne- it sounds rather odd.

    i've seen that episode and i understand what you're saying. but bale kinda seemed like it was a little too much. to me anyway.
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    I thought the movie was pretty damn awesome. Ledger was all he was cracked up to be. I totally believed him as the Joker and would never have known that it was him if I hadn't heard befor hand. He was that damn good and totally immersed himself in the role. Too bad it was his last role. He had so much more to give.
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    I've seen the movie twice now, and I loved it! Heath Ledger did an amazing job as the Joker...much better than I imagined he would. However, I still prefer Jack Nicholson's Joker a little more (and I know that I'm in the minority here), but that's just my personal opinion. They both were really great, and they both played two completely different versions of the character in two completely different movies. Jack's Joker would be totally out of place if it were put into Nolan's movie, and Heath's Joker would be completely out of place if he were put into Burton's movie.

    One thing I don't like, though...is all the hate Jack Nicholson's Joker has been getting lately on the internet. People are now looking at that version of the Joker, as if it's from the campy 1960's television show, or even Batman and Robin...and they are bashing anyone who still prefers Jack over Heath, and not letting people just have their opinions. It really all boils down to what style of the Joker you like best, because both Jack and Heath gave excellent performances. I don't see anything wrong with preferring one over the other, but there have been a lot of people throwing a fit about people who still like Jack the best...and saying that they only still like Jack because they can't get over the past and the nostalgia (James Rolfe, aka The Angry Video Game Nerd, brings this up in his recent review of The Dark Knight).

    SPOILER WARNING!!!!!!

    One other thing. Even though Heath's performance is what stole the show (and is the only thing people talk about when they discuss this movie)...I really enjoyed Harvey Dent's character. To me, he was the deepest and most well developed character in the movie as you got to watch his transformation from hero of the people, to murderous criminal. I was very disappointed to see him die so fast after he became Two-Face. Some people are arguing that he's still alive...but they really tried to make it look clear that he's dead with his lifeless body laying there on the ground after the fall, and the big memorial for him.
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    Quote by Soulbrutha34
    Listen carefully in Batman the Animated Series, and he does the same thing there too. His voice as Bruce is a little more upbeat and higher pitched. There's a scene in one episode where he's in the batcave dressed as Batman but talking on the phone as Bruce Wayne- it sounds rather odd. (that was stated before hand. i'm having a problem quoting. sorry guys.)

    i've seen that episode and i understand what you're saying. but bale kinda seemed like it was a little too much. to me anyway.
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    Spoiler

    Van Damme makes a cameo hinting that he will play Robin in the next movie

    Other than that this was pretty much a perfect piece of cinema
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    Quote by midas
    Van Damme makes a cameo hinting that he will play Robin in the next movie
    Rofl, seriously?

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    yeah, he plays a 17 year old Dick Grayson, he parents will be played by orlando bloom and maggie gylanhall.

    Rosie Odonnel is 90% likely to play cat woman
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    How can it suck? It doesn't have lips...I know. I know. I still want to see it even if I have to go see it alone. IMPO, Batman Begins was the best Batman movie since Batman Returns, when the ambiguously gay Joel Schumacher stepped into Tim Burton's pointy goth boots and ruined an icon.

    Christopher Nolan, eight years after the last Batman flick (1997's Batman and Robin), retrieved the Batman character from the campy, Technicolor garbage disposal he was pitched into and took inspiration from Frank Miller's Batman Year One and The Dark Knight Returns to retell the whole Batman story and erase horrible hideous memories of bat nipples and overstuffed bat codpieces from our collective pop culture consciousness.

    I mostly want to see this movie just to see if the late Heath Ledger's performance of The Joker can upstage Jack Nicholson's classic portrayal from the 1989 film or even further back, from the 1960's series, Cesar Romero.
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    I just saw it. Now I'm angry at all those assholes advertising the movie (merch) to children.
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    I think it's the best movie ever made! i saw it three times, now they need to have Riddler with Ventriloquist and Scarface in the next one.

    Jigsaw himself Tobin Bell would fit the bill for Ventriloquist.
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    I'm seeing The Dark Knight tonight. I'll just see if Megagents was right. (Probably not. )
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