Batman likes to move it move it.
Here’s musician Tom Waits in an Australian interview from 1979.
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some funny stuff here.
I’m glad someone still remembers Monty Python’s Holy Grail
We will Never forget.
Dam wat a difference between banes voices
yeah big time. i enjoyed the version that was released but i like the first prologue voice better, its more menacing than sarcastic.
The IMAX version of the prologue sounds like a camcorder bootleg. I don’t know if that is a fair comparison.
Yeah I agree. The original version had a really bad quality recording so it’s not a fair comparison, but I can imagine that it would sound more clear in the final version.
Still, I like the way he said most of the lines better in the original version. It sounded like they used different versions of the lines, not just cleaned up the original.
The theaterical version is a mockery. The “with no survivors” always cracks me up.
the joker art is awesome.
I can see Ledger’s Joker in that Tom Waits interview, but god is TW irritating to watch. I just wanted hi to sit still, look his interviewer in the eye and stop scratching himself. He was making me itchy.
I would by the Michael Keaton poster
good job son
How can someone say Anne Hathaway and Christian bale had a great chemistry?Specially when there were Michelle Pfeiffer and Michael Keaton to compare.Just watch Selina and Bruce’s dialogues (as themselves not in costume) and compare to the ones in TDKR.