Originally Posted by The Batman
That's one of my favorite moments as well. As much as I criticize Nolan's Batman/Bruce Wayne sometimes, there are plenty of moments that are absolutely fantastic.
I think that entire last scene is one of, if not the best scene in TDK...and it didn't even have Joker in it!
Originally Posted by redfirebird2008
It's all in the eyes. Bale's best scene in that film for sure.
Originally Posted by Marx
...that scene was one of the most powerful in any batman movie.
Originally Posted by The Joker
And he's got some great subtle moments, too. My personal favorite was when he's confronting Dent at the end:
Batman: "What happened to Rachel wasn't chance. We decided to act. We three"
Dent: "Then why was it me who was the only one who lost everything?"
Batman: ".....it wasn't"
That moment was great. His voice goes down an octave where he almost whispers that last line. He was feeling the same pain Harvey was over Rachel. He can't even tell him that.
Its good but nothing will beat the interrogation scene for me.
Gordon, Batman and the Joker all in the same scene and top of their game. Batman losing his cool and Joker at his mischief making best, Gordon trying to control it all but being utterly helpless. Pure cinema gold.
Lt. James Gordon: Where is he?
The Joker: What's the time?
Lt. James Gordon: What difference does that make?
The Joker: Well, depending on the time, he may in one spot, or several.
It is a far, far better thing that I do, than I have ever done; it is a far, far better rest that I go to, than I have ever known.
HAWKEYE PUNISHER WOLVERINE WAR MACHINE