Monday, July 30, 2012

Top 25 Batman Movie Moments Part 2: 16-8.

Here is Part 2 of the Top 25 Batman Movie Moments.

At Number 16: Train Fight
"I won't kill you. But I don't have to save you." Although the camera work during the fight was done poorly, this was an epic end to Ra's al Ghul.

At Number 15: Batman vs. The Joker
The surprisingly brutal and violent fight between Batman and The Joker at the end of Mask of the Phantasm, which pushs the boundaries of the PG rating. There really could not be a better finish to such a great movie.

At Number 14: Agent of Chaos
Note: This video was edited to mostly show the Hospital parts.
"I took your little plan and turn it on its self.", this is hilarious in a very twisted kind of way and the exchange between Harvey and The Joker is brilliant. Interest fact was that the scene with the building exploding was improvised Ledger and when the explosives did not work Ledger continued to act in character.

At Number 13: "Swear to Me!"
This is another one of those scenes that is just really cool and awesome to watch. "Swear to Me!"

At Number 12: Party Crashing
I love the story about the scars, which is never the same and we never know what was the real story or why he is insane. There are so many quotable lines in just a few minutes of film, Ledger steals the scene as usual. "You know, you remind me of my father. I HATED my father!", "A little fight in you, I like that" "Then you going to love me!"

At Number 11: Batman Begins Ending Scene
This set up The Dark Knight perfectly by introducing the card at the end of movie. Also if you look closely at the officer's name who found the card, it is "J. Kerr", which is similar to one of Joker's aliases "Joe Kerr" like "Joker".

At Number 10: Rachel's Death
Although I did not find Rachel's death all too compelling, it was used as a major plot device very well and setup Harvey's tranformation into, Two-Face.

At Number 9: The Birth of Batman
This scene is so bone chilling and effective with the incredible score and animation.

At Number 8: Bank Heist Opening
Another one of The Dark Knight's many iconic scenes is the Bank Heist. It was pulled off perfectly and introduces The Joker. "I believe what ever doesn't kill you, simply makes you stranger."

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  1. I liked a lot of those scenes too. That's cool that Ledger continued being in character even when the explosives didn't go off at the right time; I remember thinking the part with the Joker and the explosion was funny.

  2. AHHH, so many good Joker scenes! Ledger is one of my top five favorite actors now, he was amazing. I wish he hadn't died, The Dark Knight had left a nice opening for a epic return. Sadly they can't do that now, of course. :'(


  3. Haha! I didn't know that about the explosives! And Ledger managed to play it perfectly! I remember the fight between batman and the joker in THE MASK OF THE PHANTASM being pretty amazing.

    My brother saw TDKR the other 'knight' and said it's the best batman yet. :)

  4. @Shena Tokala: Thanks, I agree it was funny. He is the only person that makes blowing up a hospital funny and twisted at the some time.

    @Jamie: I know, it is very sad that what happened to him. I agree, he could have had an epic return in another Batman movie although I'm not sure if Nolan would have had more than a comeo like Scarecrow did in TDK.

    @Jake P.: While I'm not 100% if that is accurate, but it is a great story. :) Yep, Batman, Joker was very impressive, espeically for an animated movie.
    Well, I am really looking forward to for The Dark Knight to Rise.



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