Re: The Dark Knight *WARNING MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS*

LOL Draco....

nice

Beneath this mask there is more than flesh. Beneath this mask there is an idea, Mr. Creedy, and ideas are bulletproof.

Re: The Dark Knight *WARNING MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS*

Eh, you know what? I'm going to stop posting so early in the morning and give myself a chance to wake up first. tongue

Reality doesn't care if you believe in it.
[url]http://www.townparkradio.com[/url] - Video Game Remix Music

Re: The Dark Knight *WARNING MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS*

And one henchman did try to kill the Joker in the beginning of the movie. He ended up being hit by a school bus.

(Ya I know he didn't know it was the Joker at the time, but the Joker would have a plan just in case someone tried to kill him. )

"None of this is really happening. There is a man. With a typewriter. This is all part of his crazy imagination."

Re: The Dark Knight *WARNING MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS*

Miba wrote:

Eh, you know what? I'm going to stop posting so early in the morning and give myself a chance to wake up first. tongue

Well, all of the points you keep bringing up make it sound more like you didn't understand the movie, not that you didn't like it. It also seems that everytime you saw something you didn't like you smashed it into your memory so hard that you couldn't enjoy or understand the movie. This usually happens when somebody is already biased against a movie to start, meaning you either hate Christian Bale and Heath Ledger, or you love Tim Burton and didn't want to see his movie overshadowed.

And I agree about the bullet-fingerprint thing, that was something I was looking strangely at, but I forgave it because he is Batman. Batman = sherlock holmes of technological investigation. Which makes the Joker Professor Moriarty... which means that the Joker is the Napolean of Gotham... which means he will be defeated by a German... which can only mean that the next villian will be the RED BARON (I'm sorry for everyone who lost track during that rant...)

Good... Bad... I'm the one with the gun.
Hail to the King Baby!!

Re: The Dark Knight *WARNING MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS*

Commander Appo wrote:

And one henchman did try to kill the Joker in the beginning of the movie. He ended up being hit by a school bus.

(Ya I know he didn't know it was the Joker at the time, but the Joker would have a plan just in case someone tried to kill him. )

none of the henchmen tried to kill him during the bank robbery. Joker pointed his gun at the guy who said "let me guess, Joker told u to kill me as soon as i loaded the cash." then Joker says "no no no no, i kill the bus driver" while moving out of the bus's path and putting the other guy into the bus's path.

Re: The Dark Knight *WARNING MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS*

Query: Is Batman Return from 1992 good or not?

"My luck ranges from barely tolerable to cataclysmic"

Re: The Dark Knight *WARNING MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS*

Fett_II wrote:
Commander Appo wrote:

And one henchman did try to kill the Joker in the beginning of the movie. He ended up being hit by a school bus.

(Ya I know he didn't know it was the Joker at the time, but the Joker would have a plan just in case someone tried to kill him. )

none of the henchmen tried to kill him during the bank robbery. Joker pointed his gun at the guy who said "let me guess, Joker told u to kill me as soon as i loaded the cash." then Joker says "no no no no, i kill the bus driver" while moving out of the bus's path and putting the other guy into the bus's path.

No, when the guy said "let me guess, Joker told u to kill me as soon as i loaded the cash." he pulled out his gun and pointed it at the Joker. The Joker didn't have his gun pointed at the other guy, he just circled around to put the guy in the path of the bus.

"None of this is really happening. There is a man. With a typewriter. This is all part of his crazy imagination."

Re: The Dark Knight *WARNING MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS*

Hes like the Sideous of batman. Hes got everything planned

[i]The man in black fled across the desert, and the gunslinger followed[/i]
[url=http://lfgcomic.com/page/1]Interrogations are hard...[/url]

Re: The Dark Knight *WARNING MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS*

revan07 wrote:

Query: Is Batman Return from 1992 good or not?

Answer: Yes.

Re: The Dark Knight *WARNING MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS*

BFFC-Draco wrote:
Miba wrote:
Valthonin wrote:

5. Joker being alive. Idk if you were paying attention to the movie much while you were trying to predict it, but did you not hear batman say his one rule is that he does not kill???? The Joker even taunted him and tryed to get batman to kill him because that would mean he was just as insane as the Joker himself. The fact that he DIDNT kill the Joker and the Joker lives sets him apart from the freaks of Arkham

I never said that Batman would have killed him, I said one of the Joker's henchmen would have. They would have gone, "You know, working for this guy, he's TOO crazy, I'm going to end up dead just like everyone else who works for him. I think I'm getting out now. BLAM"

Charles Manson had followers, and he was pretty crazy. He thought a Beatles song was telling him start a race war that would wipe out most of the world.

Adolf Hitler, Joseph Stalin, Benito Mussolini, and George Bush all had followers.

Plus many of his henchman were mentally challenged, has mental problem and were from Arkham. He would say what they needed to hear so that he could get them to do his bidding. Like the guy who was the shooter, he was a schizophrenic from Arkham or the guy with the phone bomb.

Meat is murder...... tasty tasty murder.
"Suggestion: Electrocution works well. Evisceration and Decapitation are also effective, or um, so I've heard."

Re: The Dark Knight *WARNING MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS*

Fett_II wrote:
revan07 wrote:

Query: Is Batman Return from 1992 good or not?

Answer: Yes.

Query 2: is Batman Forever good.

"My luck ranges from barely tolerable to cataclysmic"

Re: The Dark Knight *WARNING MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS*

answer: meh. Tommy Lee Jones wasn't that great of a Two-Face. Carry was good as the Riddler.

Re: The Dark Knight *WARNING MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS*

I loved Batman Forever. big_smile

Reality doesn't care if you believe in it.
[url]http://www.townparkradio.com[/url] - Video Game Remix Music

Re: The Dark Knight *WARNING MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS*

carey was terrible.
awful.

what carey did was just a variation of the joker.
if your a batman fan you would know that the riddler is nothing like what carey portrayed.

Beneath this mask there is more than flesh. Beneath this mask there is an idea, Mr. Creedy, and ideas are bulletproof.

90 (edited by revan07 Saturday, August 30, 2008 3:34 pm)

Re: The Dark Knight *WARNING MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS*

Just  saw Dark Knight last night.


My final conseus: Good...but a bit overated.

I liked Batman Begins more. This one lacked the gothic architecture around Wayne manor as there was not a single scene in it.
The acting however was brilliant, though no disrespect to Ledger but he didn't seem to dominate the movie the way Jack N icholson dominated the 1989 one. However they didn't give enough time for the Joker alone, i didn't like how they brought Two-Face in, i think it would have been better to be the Joker's movie. I'm only 12 so this scene might not have affected you so much but i was terrified when the man in a batman suit and Joker make-up crashed into the building. I actually liked Jack Nicholson's Joker better, he was funnier and more developed, and i preffered Nicholson's intentions over Ledger.


If i were to rate it out of 100% i would give it maybe an 80%. That's still above average by quite a bit.

"My luck ranges from barely tolerable to cataclysmic"

Re: The Dark Knight *WARNING MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS*

Fett_II wrote:

this is how badass The Dark Knight really is:

http://us.ent3.yimg.com/movies.yahoo.co … ht.sff.jpg

That record will be broken soon. Remember when Revenge of the Sith came out, it broke the biggest opening day record by a mile and then it broke all the fastest to $300 milion records and such and it had about 30 records held, now it only has about 5, in 3 years i doubt the Dark Knight will still hold 27 records like it does now.

"My luck ranges from barely tolerable to cataclysmic"

92 (edited by Sev Fett Saturday, August 30, 2008 10:32 pm)

Re: The Dark Knight *WARNING MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS*

revan07 wrote:
Fett_II wrote:

this is how badass The Dark Knight really is:

http://us.ent3.yimg.com/movies.yahoo.co … ht.sff.jpg

That record will be broken soon. Remember when Revenge of the Sith came out, it broke the biggest opening day record by a mile and then it broke all the fastest to $300 milion records and such and it had about 30 records held, now it only has about 5, in 3 years i doubt the Dark Knight will still hold 27 records like it does now.

That's until the third movie in the trilogy comes out.  smile

But seriously do not discount the movie.  First of all the Heath Ledger hype played it up a big fan.  Non comic book fans of mine came out to see "Heath's last full role".  And when you say more developed I'd have to agree and disagree.  Personally I think this Joker was much better than Nicholson as he to me represented the more prominent aspect of Joker moreso than Jack.  Jack was more of the scary clown of your nightmares.  Heath was the scary homicidal clown coming at you with a knife.

[i]Like I told your captain, the orphange attacked me.  It was self-defense.[/i]  -Richard the Warlock  [url]http://archive.lfgcomic.com/lfg0002.gif[/url]

Re: The Dark Knight *WARNING MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS*

I doubt the next bat film will have as many Bat-fans as this, i read that David Tennant is rumored to be the Riddler in the Dar Knight sequel so unless he or Bail or Oldman die then the next film will probs have an opening day of 45 milion.

I actually now prefer Jack's Joker over Ledger's, Ledger was legend i know but Nicholson was funnier, more/better developed and more charming and fun.

"My luck ranges from barely tolerable to cataclysmic"

Re: The Dark Knight *WARNING MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS*

The next one will be even worse. I hear he wants Cher for Catwoman. 0_0 He's about 40 years too late for wanting that.

Reality doesn't care if you believe in it.
[url]http://www.townparkradio.com[/url] - Video Game Remix Music

Re: The Dark Knight *WARNING MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS*

Miba wrote:

The next one will be even worse. I hear he wants Cher for Catwoman. 0_0 He's about 40 years too late for wanting that.

where do you hear your rumors?

revan07 wrote:

I doubt the next bat film will have as many Bat-fans as this, i read that David Tennant is rumored to be the Riddler in the Dar Knight sequel so unless he or Bail or Oldman die then the next film will probs have an opening day of 45 milion.

I actually now prefer Jack's Joker over Ledger's, Ledger was legend i know but Nicholson was funnier, more/better developed and more charming and fun.

who knows, Christopher Nolan has done extremely well with these movies, i don't think he would instantly just crap out, considering he is using the same screenwriters (himself being one). i doubt Bail or Oldman (even though he is an old man, pun intended) will die anytime soon, i mean people didn't expect Begins to be as well, but they were proved wrong, and that's really where all the hype for TDK came along. so i'm sure we'll be waiting outside the theater for tickets when Chapter III comes around.

Re: The Dark Knight *WARNING MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS*

Actually, my "rumor" comes from her very own blog itself.

Reality doesn't care if you believe in it.
[url]http://www.townparkradio.com[/url] - Video Game Remix Music

Re: The Dark Knight *WARNING MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS*

Personally I would love to see Bane.  Not the freaking Bane from the other one.  That annoyed me.  Bane was never the oaf.  He was a highly intelligent villain that possessed strength.  The movie having him as a mindless servant was stupid.  I mean the Bane of the comics managed to knock Batman out of comission.  He broke Batman's back for goodness sake.  That is the Bane I would love to see.

The penguin does not seem to fit in the whole new more action style of Christopher Nolan.  Catwoman and Riddler could pass.  But to me, the comic Bane would be quite a challenge for Batman and a good action fit for Nolan.

[i]Like I told your captain, the orphange attacked me.  It was self-defense.[/i]  -Richard the Warlock  [url]http://archive.lfgcomic.com/lfg0002.gif[/url]

Re: The Dark Knight *WARNING MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS*

Miba wrote:

Actually, my "rumor" comes from her very own blog itself.

the production company that put out the catwoman movie is a different production company than dark knight.
therefore the copyright to catwoman in the film medium would need to be sold/purchased and i dont think they would want to beat that dead horse anymore

"Those with the ability to lead, have the responsibility to do so."

Re: The Dark Knight *WARNING MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS*

The Penguin is my favorite villian from Batman. I hope they do him,but make him theatrical and clean with penguins fighting with him. I actually like Mr Freeze, though i hate Arnold's one. I hope they do another Mr Freeze but di it right.

"My luck ranges from barely tolerable to cataclysmic"

Re: The Dark Knight *WARNING MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS*

The penguin?  Seriously?  Care to explain why?  Honestly he's been my least favourite.  His demeanor has never appealed to me.

[i]Like I told your captain, the orphange attacked me.  It was self-defense.[/i]  -Richard the Warlock  [url]http://archive.lfgcomic.com/lfg0002.gif[/url]