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Actually, I'd go to the first volume of Legends of The Dark Knight from 1989. Its origin story is almost identical. There's also a scene in a 2002 Batman comic, the name of which I don't remember, that inspired the opening scene in prison, where Bruce gets bullied by local inmates and decides to fig...
I thought it was Mandarin. Unless I'm confusing it with this scene when Bruce is arrested by the Chinese police. Ra's Al Ghul in the comics is Middle-Eastern - the movie makes him a Chinese decoy. Mandarin in the comics is Chinese - IM3 makes him a Middle-Eastern decoy. Granted, Ken Watanabe's Ra's...
- Forum: The Dark Knight
- Topic: Why is Heath Ledger's Joker considered to be so good?
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To me it seemed quite decent,nothing too special. Go and look at Marvel Cinematic Universe bad guys, then come back, and tell me that Ledger was nothing special. But if you want an actual answer: imagine making the entire world go crazy (not a pun) over a homicidal villain with no sympathetic quali...
- Forum: The Dark Knight Rises
- Topic: Have Your Thoughts On The Movie Changed Since Its Release?
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It is overblown. As vast majority of the threequels are. But part of that has more to do with the fact that Nolan and his brother wanted to up the scale, thus they used the biggest Batman storylines for that - Knightfall & No Man's Land. Which ultimately led to movie's overblown story, since those c...
Batman Begins (the best superhero origin movie ever told on the big screen) The Dark Knight (the best superhero movie ever made) Inception (the best heist movie ever made) Memento (the best Guy Pearce movie ever made) The Dark Knight Rises (the best "it was better than any other threequel" ever made...
- Forum: News & Announcements
- Topic: Dunkirk Nominated for 8 Academy Awards, Including Best Picture and Best Director
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Aaaaaand... he didn't win jack thing.