Saturday, July 19, 2008

Eye

The Dark Knight = rocks.

11 comments:

Name: Matthew Guenette said...

you ain't kiddin' cochese...how sad was it to hear the joker's last lines and know: no heath ledger...

my one complaint--two-face was taken care of too quickly...i had hoped they were just prepping him for the next sequel...

Keith said...

Glad you agree, Paul. I don't think we could be friends if not. I'd drop erase your email from my address book and everything.

MG: A valid complaint. Still one of the few I have about the movie. I already can't wait to see it again. Plus the whole "It's #1 on IMDB, OMFG, WTF" conversations taking place on the boards are hysterical.

Also I need to get your book, Matt. It's on my "to get" list...

Paul said...

I'm wondering if Two Face is really 'taken care of' -- Aaron Eckhart is too good an actor to get rid of so quickly.

Keith said...

Except, apparently, in "Meet Bill." Though I still may see it.

I kind of agree though. There has to be more two face blood pulsing in the celluloid. Because Heath is dead there's no more Joker I imagine. Then again, all the characters -- minus the weird and seemingly unnecessary "Scarecrow" cameo -- from Batman Begins didn't return, right?

Anonymous said...

Did we even see the same movie?

I waited all year for this and I feel like I was cheated out of ten bucks. Holy disappointment!!

Heath Ledger's "performance" was so lame I don't even remember SEEING him in the movie. I mean, I like Meryl Streep as much as the next guy, but two hours bitches hopping around Arkoudi singing ABBA covers?

Sweet Jesus.

eliot

Paul said...

And Pierce Brosnan as... Pierce Brosnan...

Me said...

pretty bangin'.
actually, i am thinking two-face still lives on, too.
we shall see.

Name: Matthew Guenette said...

wait till you see three-face, as played by shaquile o'neil...

Catnapping said...

ah, the generation gap...

my favorite batman movie was the one with keaton, pfeiffer, and devito.

when the penquin told batman, "get in the duck," i about lost it. i laughed in that theater for 5 minutes.

Anonymous said...

Nothing can compete with the 1966 "Batman."

I think they sell bat shark repellent at Wal-Mart (or Wal-Marts as they call it here in Bammer).

M-Lowe

Anonymous said...

write a poem, damn it!