Re: TDK's Joker: The best film villain of all time?
That's not what I'm saying. He wasn't a fun Joker when he needed to be. At Prewitt, as soon as Batman popped up, I could imagine Joker building a growing laugh as he turns slowly, his eyes wild. All he did was sick the hounds on him and attack him with a steel pole. And he wasnt enjoying it. When the fireworks were supposed to go off, Joker could've sent a HUGE laugh and then slowly come to realization. He just watched it.