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If Luise Rainier got it for a few minutes’ work, then why the hell not?

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No interest here. Not a big Bats fan, or ledger ( The order, nuff said), and especially Eckhart ( The core), I’ll wait til the dvd, like the first movie.

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If we’re talking about introducing Harley Quinn as a surrogate/copycat of the Joker, than can we discuss introducing Bats’ own copycat — The Huntress?

Also, I waited a week for this one and it didn’t disappoint in the least. Ledger was better than advertised, and damned if Eckhart wasn’t able to keep pace despite getting “in the game” so late.

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Juisarian said on August 6th, 2008 at 5:34 am

Hi Chad, I’m from the Internet.

To paraphrase Lemmy, “Do you like movies? Then you’re gonna love this”

I wasn’t a huge fan of the previous Batman movie – and The Core? My God, what a crock – and wasn’t at all excited about this one until the reviews started trickling in, but I believe it has to be one of the best movies of the last 20 years. It really is that good. Eckhart is inspiring, Bale is engaging and Heath Ledger is mind-blowing. Plus, Gary Oldman brings it home as Jim Gordon.

The story is both epic and tight, the drama is gripping and the action is exciting and believable.

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