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# 21alsa Sep 21 2008, 22:07 PM
i was joking around lol... and no i dont visit the local comp that much anymore =(

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# 22A^atar Sep 25 2008, 12:34 PM
The Dark Knight actually had a lot of depth and symbolism in it. In no way was the part of the Joker excluded from this.

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# 23Ab3r` Sep 27 2008, 10:37 AM
QUOTE(A^atar @ Sep 25 2008, 13:34 PM) *

The Dark Knight actually had a lot of depth and symbolism in it. In no way was the part of the Joker excluded from this.


Show me some proof of this.

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# 24A^atar Sep 29 2008, 04:47 AM
His motive for just wanting to envelope Gotham City in crime without a purpose but to provoke chaos made him symbolic of reckless evil, which worked into the framework of the rest of the movie: the Joker represented Evil/Chaos, Harvey Dent represented Good/Hope (at first later he later represented a fallen angel), and Batman (to me at least) represented Justice. There a lot of other aspects of the movie that were potent in symbolism, but these are the most obvious.

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# 25alsa Sep 29 2008, 14:42 PM
QUOTE(A^atar @ Sep 29 2008, 05:47 AM) *

His motive for just wanting to envelope Gotham City in crime without a purpose but to provoke chaos made him symbolic of reckless evil, which worked into the framework of the rest of the movie: the Joker represented Evil/Chaos, Harvey Dent represented Good/Hope (at first later he later represented a fallen angel), and Batman (to me at least) represented Justice. There a lot of other aspects of the movie that were potent in symbolism, but these are the most obvious.


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# 26Ab3r` Sep 29 2008, 17:14 PM
A 10 year old could get that. Really complex.

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# 27Taterz Sep 29 2008, 17:17 PM
You guys just basically told us the story..

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# 28IVERSON Oct 31 2008, 23:50 PM
QUOTE(Lyle-And-Scott @ Sep 29 2008, 13:14 PM) *

A 10 year old could get that. Really complex.

No. He couldn't. The plot was too complicated for the majority of younger children to understand. Not only younger children, but even some adults as well, who didn't really catch the whole movie.

You REALLY are over simplifying the movie, as well as heath ledgers role as the joker.



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# 29GodForbid Nov 1 2008, 15:13 PM
1 - T-Bag from Prison Break.
2 - Whyatt from Prison Break.
3 - Gretchen from Prison Break.

I realise that prison break isn't a movie, none the less these characters are reaallllyyy great bad guys, phenomenal actually.

There are also honest answers, I think these 3 are the best bad guys on TV, ever.

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# 30Gangsta Nun Feb 6 2009, 19:26 PM
Judge John Deed in Judge John Deed
Tybalt in Romeo and Juliet
Horrid henry in Horrid henry

just a couple of my head.

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# 31Blinky Feb 10 2009, 16:01 PM
Gandalf from the Chronicles of Gandalf's Sexual Adventures
Robin Hood - for being a communist
Mufasa - for misinforming children about the circle of life. Ruining children's education is a terrible crime.

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# 32Mr.Shankly Feb 14 2009, 20:48 PM
1. BLinky
2. Blinky
3. Blinky


Doesn't get much worse than watching blinky porn

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