Friday, August 8, 2008

You Want To Know How I Got These Scars?

It was from reading Breaking Dawn. I got angry because of the ridiculous story line and the fact that some things that happen are just plain wrong. So (by special request) we will now be focusing on the one and only Dark Knight. Any thoughts, comments, complaints? 

12 comments:

twyla lee said...

I still haven't seen the Dark Knight. Don't hurt me cousin. *shields face*

--Twyla Lee

Anonymous said...

Interestingly, I am that other person in the world who hasn't seen the Dark Knight.

I get a similar question pretty often though: why is your copy of Eclipse bloodstained? That book sucked so hard it gave me a nosebleed.

But anyway. Batman.

twyla lee said...

I'm crying and laughing hysterically through the very end of it. I've been trying to finish Eclipse for a good too long of a time.

--Twyla Lee

Medeia said...

You haven't seen it yet? You absolutely should, it was fantastic. I mean, not only was it great for all the action and explosions and other awesome stuff *cough*batmobile*cough* but it was thought provoking as well.

I was one of those people driving home from the movie at three in the morning in a deep discussion with my friends in the back seat about the Joker's possible hidden motives and the irony of the boat scene.

Who do you think the villain(s) will be in the next movie?

Gabriel Gethin said...

I don't really know. Maybe the Riddler or the Penguin. I heard that Carnage was going to be the new villain in Spider-man 4.

B. said...

It was… good.

Briar K. said...

Hey, briar from your one and only evil little sister site. I haaated breaking dawn. plus, it was just gross. the birth scene? shudder. twas sad, as the other three books were nothing short of godly... :( anyway.

Twyla Lee said...

Okay. I can finally participate. I loved the Joker. He was so eerily insane.

I noticed some action movie cliches, which made the movie funny. Of course, when Batman was fighting,the guys only came at him one at a time so he could do some cool flip thing with them, spin dramatically and flip another guy in a different cool way. Also, when the Joker was trying to blow up the hospital. There was a big KABLOOM behind him as he walked away. At least he was in a nurse's outfit instead of some 'cool' outfit with super dark sunglasses.

Proudly yours,
Twyla Lee

Gabriel Gethin said...

The Joker doesn't need sunglasses to be cool. He's got tons and tons of make up and those awesome scars.

Nelly said...

Heath Ledger was absolutely brilliant as the joker. I've heard rumors that they already have ideas for the third batman floating around and I wonder what they'll do about the joker for that.

I really hope they put Mr.Freeze in the next one. He was always my favorite villain :)

Gabriel Gethin said...

As much as I think that Heath Ledger's Joker can't be replaced, I think it's slightly necessary for the third Batman movie to include him. If I remember correctly, at the end of The Dark Knight he is stuck at the top of that building hanging from a rope and the SWAT team catches him. Being the Joker, it would be silly if he was permanantly contained by a jail cell so it only makes sense that he would escape and come back to haunt Batman. Therefore I think that the Joker must return (keep in mind it pains me to admit this to myself).

Medeia said...

Mr. Freeze was my favorite too.

If the Joker does come back, who's going to play him? Heath Ledger is a very tough act to follow...