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SubjectBatman: The Dark Knight new Reply to this message
Posted byTrizae
Posted on07/17/08 07:51 PM



Batman The Dark Knight is without a doubt the best movie i've seen this year hands down! Every 'super hero' movie from this point forward has got to step its game up!

Seriously.

It done shitted on everybody.





SubjectCool Reply to this message
Posted byHalcyon
Posted on07/17/08 09:35 PM



It's the only movie I've been anticipating this year, and I was a big fan of Batman Begins. The joker's the ultimate comic book villain. The only shitty part is now they can probably never bring him back into the story. Well, it's also shitty that the actor's dead.




Subjecthow many batman movies do we need? new Reply to this message
Posted byyoda
Posted on07/17/08 11:57 PM



I can wait for DVD.
Sometimes I think I'm the only one who didn't like batman begins. Lame fight choreography, lame villain, tired story, weak art direction, cool car.
The Joker vs. Batman struggle it pretty much the apex of the Batman narrative. That’s why they always bring him back in the comic books right? I keep hoping they’ll do the Frank Miller version of Batman but they just keep playing it safe… oh well.



SubjectFour previous and the "new" one... new Reply to this message
Posted byParatech
Posted on07/18/08 01:02 AM



The 60s Batman was corny but good comedy, ditto for Batman Forever.

Serious Batman is the first Batman and Batman Begins, both are excellent.

Avoid Batman Returns and Batman and Robin at all costs...



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Subjecti'll probably see it this weekend... -nt- new Reply to this message
Posted byTi-BOne
Posted on07/18/08 07:31 AM



> Batman The Dark Knight is without a doubt the best movie i've seen this year
> hands down! Every 'super hero' movie from this point forward has got to step its
> game up!
>
> Seriously.
>
> It done shitted on everybody.
>
>



one can never destroy the power of evil




SubjectDo I have to remember the Batman Begins plot? new Reply to this message
Posted byMarv
Posted on07/18/08 08:14 PM



> Batman The Dark Knight is without a doubt the best movie i've seen this year
> hands down! Every 'super hero' movie from this point forward has got to step its
> game up!
>
> Seriously.
>
> It done shitted on everybody.

New film looks interesting, but I can't remember most of the details of the "first" one, so I'm not sure whether I should rent/torrent that one before seeing Dark Knight.






SubjectRe: Do I have to remember the Batman Begins plot? new Reply to this message
Posted byParatech
Posted on07/18/08 08:51 PM



Almost every Batman movie focuses on his origin, I'll bet there will be flashback segments in Batman once again.

I hope to see it in ~ 2 weeks.

;)



> > Batman The Dark Knight is without a doubt the best movie i've seen this year
> > hands down! Every 'super hero' movie from this point forward has got to step
> its
> > game up!
> >
> > Seriously.
> >
> > It done shitted on everybody.
>
> New film looks interesting, but I can't remember most of the details of the
> "first" one, so I'm not sure whether I should rent/torrent that one before
> seeing Dark Knight.
>


The new and improved King of Lamers 2003!


SubjectRe: Do I have to remember the Batman Begins plot? new Reply to this message
Posted byCereal Killer
Posted on07/18/08 08:59 PM



All you'll have to remember was the last scene. He was talking to Jim Gorden. "He said there's a new criminal in town, and this is his calling card." Then he hands him a Joker.




SubjectYep new Reply to this message
Posted byitchyNADZ
Posted on07/19/08 11:47 AM



Saw the movie last night at 11:30pm.

Just remember CK's comment. That's all you need to know. Seriously. There is one nice nod to the comics when the Joker has dogs with him. Harvey Dent's face when he turns into two-face is fantastic.

Great flick! You won't be disappointed.

> All you'll have to remember was the last scene. He was talking to Jim Gorden.
> "He said there's a new criminal in town, and this is his calling card." Then he
> hands him a Joker.
>
>







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