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6th Aug '17 5:10:25 PM smasll_lordvoice
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*** An unsettlingly realistic FreezeFrameBonus: when Two-Face is confronting Wuertz in the bar, he knocks back a shot of whiskey, most of which ''[[Squick dribbles out]]'' of the hole in his face.

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*** An unsettlingly realistic FreezeFrameBonus: when Two-Face is confronting Wuertz in the bar, he knocks back a shot of whiskey, most of which ''[[Squick ''[[NauseaFuel dribbles out]]'' of the hole in his face.
6th Aug '17 5:09:46 PM smasll_lordvoice
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*** An unsettlingly realistic FreezeFrameBonus: when Two-Face is confronting Wuertz in the bar, he knocks back a shot of whiskey, most of which ''[[Squick dribbles out]] of the hole in his face.

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*** An unsettlingly realistic FreezeFrameBonus: when Two-Face is confronting Wuertz in the bar, he knocks back a shot of whiskey, most of which ''[[Squick dribbles out]] out]]'' of the hole in his face.
6th Aug '17 5:09:07 PM smasll_lordvoice
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*** An unsettlingly realistic FreezeFrameBonus: when Two-Face is confronting Wuertz in the bar, he knocks back a shot of whiskey, most of which ''[[squick dribbles out]] of the hole in his face.

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*** An unsettlingly realistic FreezeFrameBonus: when Two-Face is confronting Wuertz in the bar, he knocks back a shot of whiskey, most of which ''[[squick ''[[Squick dribbles out]] of the hole in his face.
6th Aug '17 5:05:27 PM smasll_lordvoice
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*** An unsettlingly realistic FreezeFrameBonus: when Two-Face is confronting Wuertz in the bar, he knocks back a shot of whiskey, most of which ''[[squick dribbles out]] of the hole in his face.
17th Jul '17 10:48:44 PM shaZam999
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*** It only gets worse when you think about the Joker's line, "You have ''nothing'', ''nothing'' to threaten me with-nothing, with ''all'' of your strength!" [[FridgeHorror Just think about what must have happened to the Joker for that to be true.]]

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*** It only gets worse when you think about the Joker's line, "You have ''nothing'', ''nothing'' to threaten me with-nothing, with. Nothing to do with ''all'' of your strength!" [[FridgeHorror Just think about what must have happened to the Joker for that to be true.]]
10th Jul '17 10:00:59 PM Uyyy
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** An understated moment during the attempted assassination of the mayor/[[spoiler: Gordon's DisneyDeath]]; the guard who fires upon Garcia? '''That's the Joker.''' And he [[https://vignette3.wikia.nocookie.net/batman/images/f/f4/The_Joker_without_makeup.JPG/revision/latest?cb=20081217012834 looks]] ''nothing'' like he does in the rest of the movie; even with the GlasgowGrin, you still can't really tell it's the same person. Just how much could he have gotten away with if he'd chosen TheyLookJustLikeEveryoneElse over being a MonsterClown?
25th Jun '17 6:49:05 AM TenTwelveEleven
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** How about where Batman drops the guy off the balcony and (presumably) shatters the guy's legs?
23rd Jun '17 6:06:02 AM Saveelich
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** In most incarnations the Joker is somewhere on the scale between comedic violence (Nicholson) and violent comedy (Romero and Hamill). What made Nolan/Ledger's Joker so scary is that Nolan removed the comedic aspect, but Ledger still played him as if he was doing everything because it amused him. It goes beyond psychopathy and borders on BlueAndOrangeMorality.

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** In most incarnations the Joker is somewhere on the scale between comedic violence (Nicholson) and violent comedy (Romero and Hamill). What made Nolan/Ledger's Creator/HeathLedger's Joker so scary is that Nolan removed the comedic aspect, but Ledger still played him as if he was doing everything because it amused him. It goes beyond psychopathy and borders on BlueAndOrangeMorality.
13th Jun '17 12:52:19 PM mouschilight
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* As of the end of ''The Dark Knight'', Gotham blames Batman just as much as the Joker for the events of the film, so much so that they are willing to throw Batman to the dogs on the off-chance that the Joker will keep his word and leave Gotham. As of ''The Dark Knight Rises'' the police department is now willing to forgive Batman of the murders he took credit for if he stops Bane. Not only is this a neat little parallel of the situation before, but more terrifyingly, consider the implications of them wanting to bring back Batman: there is someone more terrifying and destructive than ComicBook/TheJoker Joker.

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* As of the end of ''The Dark Knight'', Gotham blames Batman just as much as the Joker for the events of the film, so much so that they are willing to throw Batman to the dogs on the off-chance that the Joker will keep his word and leave Gotham. As of ''The Dark Knight Rises'' the police department is now willing to forgive Batman of the murders he took credit for if he stops Bane. Not only is this a neat little parallel of the situation before, but more terrifyingly, consider the implications of them wanting to bring back Batman: there is someone more terrifying and destructive than ComicBook/TheJoker Joker.ComicBook/TheJoker.
10th Jun '17 12:26:41 PM alexbukher94
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