The 2008 mega success about Batman's attempts to defeat a criminal mastermind known only as the Joker.
What you say here makes no sense...
i got you the first time and i answered
ofc they're not analogous... the idea wasn't for it to be analogous, it was to get it to work in this context without everything having to be analogous
ofc the difference being that in the movie's case Joker isn't the LAW, neither is Batman
You're analysis of the Joker is also irrelevant, and also pretty nonsensical. For example you say that his plans are like acts of gambling that escalate with "larger bids and eventually larger bets", but in the next sentence you write "almost every action of his he bets his whole life". How do his bets escalate if he is always betting his whole life? But it really doesn't matter because this is irrelevant. I point it out only because you seem to just be throwing stuff out trying obfuscate something that is very straightforward.
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