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#1 Posted by SuperMarioWorld (6 posts) -
#2 Posted by Vrikk (893 posts) -

Stop. MAKING. THREADS.

#3 Posted by FreakAche (2951 posts) -

Batman Batman Batman

#4 Posted by FilipHolm (667 posts) -

Batzman

#5 Posted by RE_Player1 (7557 posts) -

I prefer Aquaman.

#6 Posted by FiestaUnicorn (1577 posts) -

The Joker is a far more interesting villain than the Scarecrow and I like Maggie Gyllenhaal because she looks like a sad turtle.

#7 Posted by Still_I_Cry (2494 posts) -

I like them both. Why isn't that an option?!

#8 Posted by Dany (7887 posts) -
@Still_I_Cry

I like them both. Why isn't that an option?!

But which one do you think is better?

I like tdk more than bb, such a fantastic movie, loved the joker
#9 Posted by MooseyMcMan (10817 posts) -

@Vrikk said:

Stop. MAKING. THREADS.

Moderator
#10 Posted by JoeyIA (662 posts) -

I think he's making threads to get Quest points.

#11 Posted by Still_I_Cry (2494 posts) -

@Dany said:

@Still_I_Cry

I like them both. Why isn't that an option?!

But which one do you think is better? I like tdk more than bb, such a fantastic movie, loved the joker

Can't decide.

Needs a both option for decision challenged people like myself :D

#12 Posted by BlinkyTM (1054 posts) -

@FiestaUnicorn said:

The Joker is a far more interesting villain than the Scarecrow and I like Maggie Gyllenhaal because she looks like a sad turtle.

Lol. I thought she kind of looked more like a rabbit :P

#13 Posted by MildMolasses (3218 posts) -

Why no option for neither?

#14 Posted by the_OFFICIAL_jAPanese_teaBAG (4308 posts) -

I cant stop watching the dark knight for some strange reason....

#15 Posted by matthias2437 (985 posts) -

The original Batman movie if I was forced to pick. But out of those two options then I would pick Batman Begins since the end of The Dark Knight was bull shit.

#16 Posted by wigg (52 posts) -

Batman Begins is a better film out of the two. The dark knight is just as fun, but the story isnt told as well, as its overly complicated in its themes and doesnt set them up very well.

#17 Posted by AhmadMetallic (18955 posts) -

Begins was much more intriguing

#18 Posted by lord_canti (1507 posts) -

the dark knight, im still yet to finish begins

#19 Posted by tariqari (430 posts) -

Batman Begins! More realistic and better acting :D

#20 Posted by mazik765 (2315 posts) -

@MildMolasses said:

Why no option for neither?

Why no option for both?

#21 Posted by themangalist (1731 posts) -
@MildMolasses said:

Why no option for neither?

Then GTFO of this thread. I can assure you it's not meant for you.
#22 Posted by Lukeweizer (2638 posts) -

The Dark Knight was a waste of Two-Face.

#23 Posted by BisonHero (6393 posts) -

@Vrikk said:

Stop. MAKING. THREADS.

Hey man, those quests don't earn themselves.

#24 Posted by Bruce (5264 posts) -

Dark Knight.

#25 Posted by familyphotoshoot (653 posts) -

Batman Begins is a "Batman Movie". It feels like a Batman movie. The art direction, the sets and locations they chose for Gotham, the villain(s), everything feels like it came out of a comic book.

The Dark Knight is a crime drama that just happens to have characters from the Batman universe in it. Hell, Batman's only in about a third of the movie. I like both, but they are completely different kinds of films and it's not fair to compare them.

#26 Posted by Meowshi (2911 posts) -

Batman Begins is more intriguing because of the origin story. It's finally been done right.

However, Harvey Dent/Joker were much more interesting than the Scarecrow.

I honestly have to give it a tie, but I suppose I'd give the edge to Dark Knight simply because of the performances. Fantastic, shit.

Also, Jeff Gerstmann is a damn idiot for dismissing these films.

#27 Posted by Sinclose (90 posts) -

Prefer "The Dark Knight" by faaaaar. Batman Begins was better than the live action Batman movies before it, but it was still a disappointment for me.

#28 Posted by left4doof (286 posts) -

@MildMolasses: What don't you like about the dark knight ?

#29 Posted by HandsomeDead (11863 posts) -

Batman Begins is awful and The Dark Knight is just average. Stick to films from a real action director.

#30 Posted by Cirdain (3038 posts) -

@Vrikk said:

Stop. MAKING. THREADS.

#31 Edited by probablytuna (3597 posts) -

I love them both dearly but my pick would be The Dark Knight. Let's hope The Dark Knight Rises retains the level of brilliance that the previous two films had so that Nolan will leave his Batman legacy on a high note.

#32 Edited by MysteriousBob (6272 posts) -

Dark Knight because you can actually tell what is going on in the action scenes.

#33 Posted by CornBREDX (5046 posts) -

They're both good- same director- but Nolan gets better with every sequel in my opinion.

#34 Edited by Still_I_Cry (2494 posts) -

@probablytuna said:

I love them both dearly but my pick would be The Dark Knight. Let's hope The Dark Knight Rises retains the level of brilliance that the previous two films had so that Nolan will leave his Batman legacy on a high note.

I agree after having just watched the Dark Knight again.

I can't wait for The Dark Knight Rises.

@HandsomeDead said:

Batman Begins is awful and The Dark Knight is just average. Stick to films from a real action director.

Always good for a laugh I see.

#35 Posted by dirkfunk (175 posts) -

Why no option for Thunder in Paradise?

#36 Posted by HandsomeDead (11863 posts) -
@Still_I_Cry

@probablytuna said:

I love them both dearly but my pick would be The Dark Knight. Let's hope The Dark Knight Rises retains the level of brilliance that the previous two films had so that Nolan will leave his Batman legacy on a high note.

I agree after having just watched the Dark Knight again.

I can't wait for The Dark Knight Rises.

@HandsomeDead said:

Batman Begins is awful and The Dark Knight is just average. Stick to films from a real action director.

Always good for a laugh I see.

What's funny about knowing about film? Come back to Chris Nolan once you've seen more than whatever shit is in your local multiplex this weekend and maybe you'll stop wowing over the generic.
#37 Posted by Yummylee (21465 posts) -

@HandsomeDead said:

@Still_I_Cry

@probablytuna said:

I love them both dearly but my pick would be The Dark Knight. Let's hope The Dark Knight Rises retains the level of brilliance that the previous two films had so that Nolan will leave his Batman legacy on a high note.

I agree after having just watched the Dark Knight again.

I can't wait for The Dark Knight Rises.

@HandsomeDead said:

Batman Begins is awful and The Dark Knight is just average. Stick to films from a real action director.

Always good for a laugh I see.

What's funny about knowing about film? Come back to Chris Nolan once you've seen more than whatever shit is in your local multiplex this weekend and maybe you'll stop wowing over the generic.

You're so cute when you're all anti-conformist <3 Also, no offence intended but... why are you still here? Seriously, it seems you only linger around until some movie talk is brought up, and you're already well seated in screened at this point; I'd always figure you'd simply start hang where there's bound to be much more like-minded folkingtons, instead of a forum dedicated to a hobby you appear to be long past. Unless you just enjoy pissing on everyone's bonfire around here... which, hey, is certainly understandable, I guess.

#38 Posted by ThePickle (4160 posts) -

@Abyssfull said:

@HandsomeDead said:

@Still_I_Cry

@probablytuna said:

I love them both dearly but my pick would be The Dark Knight. Let's hope The Dark Knight Rises retains the level of brilliance that the previous two films had so that Nolan will leave his Batman legacy on a high note.

I agree after having just watched the Dark Knight again.

I can't wait for The Dark Knight Rises.

@HandsomeDead said:

Batman Begins is awful and The Dark Knight is just average. Stick to films from a real action director.

Always good for a laugh I see.

What's funny about knowing about film? Come back to Chris Nolan once you've seen more than whatever shit is in your local multiplex this weekend and maybe you'll stop wowing over the generic.

You're so cute when you're all anti-conformist <3 Also, no offence intended but... why are you still here? Seriously, it seems you only linger around until some movie talk is brought up, and you're already well seated in screened at this point; I'd always figure you'd simply start hang where there's bound to be much more like-minded folkingtons, instead of a forum dedicated to a hobby you appear to be long past. Unless you just enjoy pissing on everyone's bonfire around here... which, hey, is certainly understandable, I guess.

I got really excited because I thought he was either banned or just left.

And I do mean to offend when I ask why you are still here.

#39 Posted by nick_verissimo (1381 posts) -

Neither, go read some Batman comics.

#40 Posted by Yummylee (21465 posts) -
@HandsomeDevil said:

@Abyssfull said:

@HandsomeDead said:

@Still_I_Cry

@probablytuna said:

I love them both dearly but my pick would be The Dark Knight. Let's hope The Dark Knight Rises retains the level of brilliance that the previous two films had so that Nolan will leave his Batman legacy on a high note.

I agree after having just watched the Dark Knight again.

I can't wait for The Dark Knight Rises.

@HandsomeDead said:

Batman Begins is awful and The Dark Knight is just average. Stick to films from a real action director.

Always good for a laugh I see.

What's funny about knowing about film? Come back to Chris Nolan once you've seen more than whatever shit is in your local multiplex this weekend and maybe you'll stop wowing over the generic.

You're so cute when you're all anti-conformist <3 Also, no offence intended but... why are you still here? Seriously, it seems you only linger around until some movie talk is brought up, and you're already well seated in screened at this point; I'd always figure you'd simply start hang where there's bound to be much more like-minded folkingtons, instead of a forum dedicated to a hobby you appear to be long past. Unless you just enjoy pissing on everyone's bonfire around here... which, hey, is certainly understandable, I guess.

I got really excited because I thought he was either banned or just left.

And I do mean to offend when I ask why you are still here.

There's so much Handsome in this quote hierarchy that I can barely contain thyself. 
#41 Posted by HandsomeDead (11863 posts) -
@Abyssfull

@HandsomeDead said:

@Still_I_Cry

@probablytuna said:

I love them both dearly but my pick would be The Dark Knight. Let's hope The Dark Knight Rises retains the level of brilliance that the previous two films had so that Nolan will leave his Batman legacy on a high note.

I agree after having just watched the Dark Knight again.

I can't wait for The Dark Knight Rises.

@HandsomeDead said:

Batman Begins is awful and The Dark Knight is just average. Stick to films from a real action director.

Always good for a laugh I see.

What's funny about knowing about film? Come back to Chris Nolan once you've seen more than whatever shit is in your local multiplex this weekend and maybe you'll stop wowing over the generic.

You're so cute when you're all anti-conformist <3 Also, no offence intended but... why are you still here? Seriously, it seems you only linger around until some movie talk is brought up, and you're already well seated in screened at this point; I'd always figure you'd simply start hang where there's bound to be much more like-minded folkingtons, instead of a forum dedicated to a hobby you appear to be long past. Unless you just enjoy pissing on everyone's bonfire around here... which, hey, is certainly understandable, I guess.

I'm not anti-conformist, I just don't get the big deal around Chris Nolan. Insomnia, Memento and The Prestige are all great, but he's a really poor action director so when I see people all hot and bothered over The Dark Knight, or worse, Inception, I feel the need to bonfire piss in an increasingly vain attempt to see what's good about them and I have yet to get any answers that tell me more than that person has only ever gone to see movies advertised on IGN.

Screened was good, but then guys like Le_Samourai and Yuri I'm-not-even-going-to-try-and-spell-the-surname kind of stopped posting and now it just seems to be talk of shitty horror films and what is everyone's favourite Quentin Tarantino movie. It's a shame because while Alex tries way too hard, Rorie and his commitment to the community is full of potential.
#42 Posted by ThePickle (4160 posts) -

@Abyssfull said:

@HandsomeDevil said:

@Abyssfull said:

@HandsomeDead said:

@Still_I_Cry

@probablytuna said:

I love them both dearly but my pick would be The Dark Knight. Let's hope The Dark Knight Rises retains the level of brilliance that the previous two films had so that Nolan will leave his Batman legacy on a high note.

I agree after having just watched the Dark Knight again.

I can't wait for The Dark Knight Rises.

@HandsomeDead said:

Batman Begins is awful and The Dark Knight is just average. Stick to films from a real action director.

Always good for a laugh I see.

What's funny about knowing about film? Come back to Chris Nolan once you've seen more than whatever shit is in your local multiplex this weekend and maybe you'll stop wowing over the generic.

You're so cute when you're all anti-conformist <3 Also, no offence intended but... why are you still here? Seriously, it seems you only linger around until some movie talk is brought up, and you're already well seated in screened at this point; I'd always figure you'd simply start hang where there's bound to be much more like-minded folkingtons, instead of a forum dedicated to a hobby you appear to be long past. Unless you just enjoy pissing on everyone's bonfire around here... which, hey, is certainly understandable, I guess.

I got really excited because I thought he was either banned or just left.

And I do mean to offend when I ask why you are still here.

There's so much Handsome in this quote hierarchy that I can barely contain thyself.

I'm changing my username across all sites once I find the right one. The word Handsome will not be in it. It has been tainted.

#43 Posted by DoctorTran (1549 posts) -
@FiestaUnicorn

The Joker is a far more interesting villain than the Scarecrow and I like Maggie Gyllenhaal because she looks like a sad turtle.

Pretty much this. Though I dd like Raz Al Ghul as the second baddy. I really hope he pops up in DKR.
#44 Posted by whistlebottom (193 posts) -

Russian Martian Batman

#45 Posted by JohnLocke (255 posts) -

The Dark Knight I prefer film wise, but as others have said, Batman Begins is perhaps the better Batman film as it focuses much more on Batman compared to the Dark Kinght (which looks a lot at the Joker and the organised criminal aspect of Gotham City).

However I enjoyed both films.

#46 Edited by Still_I_Cry (2494 posts) -

@HandsomeDead said:

@Still_I_Cry

@probablytuna said:

I love them both dearly but my pick would be The Dark Knight. Let's hope The Dark Knight Rises retains the level of brilliance that the previous two films had so that Nolan will leave his Batman legacy on a high note.

I agree after having just watched the Dark Knight again.

I can't wait for The Dark Knight Rises.

@HandsomeDead said:

Batman Begins is awful and The Dark Knight is just average. Stick to films from a real action director.

Always good for a laugh I see.

What's funny about knowing about film? Come back to Chris Nolan once you've seen more than whatever shit is in your local multiplex this weekend and maybe you'll stop wowing over the generic.

No one could seriously think that their statement is valid when they're making baseless assertions about what others do. Worse, what others do in the privacy of their homes. Even worse, when they're making assertions about people they don't know and have no contact with outside of an online forum. Or making a statement, which they pass off as definitive, that is only backed up with their own personal conjecture after stating that they have some knowledge in regard to "knowing about film".

Even better, when they state that movies (all movies) in the cinema are definitively "shit" without having seen them (Even the movies like Melancholia that are well received (not only by critics)) are not separated from the alleged "shit".

Where does your knowledge about films come from?

#47 Posted by Winternet (8012 posts) -

I didn't care all that much for Liam Neeson (and the end was a bit dumb) so I am going to say The Dark Night. Besides, Joker is always a plus.

#48 Posted by Still_I_Cry (2494 posts) -

@DoctorTran said:

@FiestaUnicorn

The Joker is a far more interesting villain than the Scarecrow and I like Maggie Gyllenhaal because she looks like a sad turtle.

Pretty much this. Though I dd like Raz Al Ghul as the second baddy. I really hope he pops up in DKR.

I like Liam Neeson and I think he was a great Raz Al Ghul.

It looks like he will be in it according to IMDB

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1345836/

#49 Posted by BlinkyTM (1054 posts) -

@Still_I_Cry said:

@DoctorTran said:

@FiestaUnicorn

The Joker is a far more interesting villain than the Scarecrow and I like Maggie Gyllenhaal because she looks like a sad turtle.

Pretty much this. Though I dd like Raz Al Ghul as the second baddy. I really hope he pops up in DKR.

I like Liam Neeson and I think he was a great Raz Al Ghul.

It looks like he will be in it according to IMDB

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1345836/

Awesome. Dark Knight Rises is going to be the best yet? Maybe...maybe. It HAS To have explosions though.

#50 Posted by wefwefasdf (6729 posts) -

I love both but I really enjoyed Nolan's take on Batman's origin story. I choose Batman Begins!