Foarte interesant subiectul postat de tine. M-am uitat pe blogul tau si imi place si am sa mai revin sa-l vizitez. O zi buna
WTF @ CioaraCan't wait to listen to this episode. Love me some JD. I'm currently working on a JD compilation show. Hopefully it will be done soon.
- Wreck Roar
Translating Cioara Andrei's comments from Romanian to English- "Very interesting subject issued by you. I look on your blogul(blog) and I Like and I will be back to visit. Good day." Note if you run "Cioara Andrei" thru the translator you get "nigger Andrei".
What, you guys don't like the Bay/Greengrass way of directing action? Zoomed in quick cuts. C'mon, it totally puts you into the state of mind of the character. You're suppose to feel disoriented ;). But seriously though, that complaint only applies to Batman Begins. Dark Knight's action sequences are somewhat fixed in that we can actually see what's going on. Compared to other films, tt could still be a lot better but it's a definate improvement over Begins.- Wreck Roar
I didn't like the action of Batman in The Dark Knight, but I didn't really like Batman in the film at all. As for all the plot problems in it, it's funny that I don't give a fuck when I like a film, but if I hated Dark Knight, I would be all over the holes.The biggest hole is that Joker's plot is so well played that he'd have to be the greatest study of human nature for everything to go as planned. As for where Joker gets all his henchman (as JD read about on one of those insanity-laced websites he frequents) they explained that by saying that the Arkham incident in part 1 set some of the crazies free and Joker took advantage of that y recruiting them. As for the odd cuts, the most notorious of which is the part scene, I just have to shrug my shoulders.
As for where Joker gets all his henchman (as JD read about on one of those insanity-laced websites he frequents) they explained that by saying that the Arkham incident in part 1 set some of the crazies free and Joker took advantage of that y recruiting them.We know where they supposedly came from, but that doesn't answer the problem posed in the break song:"His henchmen are psycho and expendable, but somehow completely dependable?"The shit that they had to do, from setting up explosives in every floor of the hospital with teeming with people, to doing the same thing on those boats took the precision, timing and expertise of the Green Beret. If they are all criminally insane, how do they have presence of mind and temperment to pull all of this off and follow orders from the Joker?
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