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Discussion in 'The Dark Knight' started by Soundwave88, Apr 26, 2006.
well sould he?
Yes, but not permanent.
That I agree.
yes, but not permanent
yes but not permanent
He's better choice then Weaving.
Mad dog said: "Yes, but not permanent (like mine)".
hell yeah . . . I've been rooting for him, too . . . even like him a lil more than Hulme . . . WAAAAAY better choice than Weaving . . .
I love that dog
Yes, but not a permanent one. He should look really creepy too when he smiles.
was he the villain in Gone In 60 Seconds?
...and yes but not permanent
he was wasnt he.
yeah he's awesome.
He's just gonna be a pitty criminal with 10 minutes of screentime
Yes, Socko is angry if you don't know by now.
Oh, don't take "small and mysterious" as "cameo." - BOF
Saruman has a small role
John Doe in Seven has a small role
Kaiser Soze has a small role
their presence is felt throughout the film
yes but permanent. hah ha.
I think his grin should be similar to what Conrad Verdit showed in the old silent movie "The Man who Laughed", which we all know how Kane got his idea for Joker's look. And like many other said, no permanent grin.
Yeah, Joker should be a giant eye looking over everyone with a ring that has special powers...
Word of advise. One thing might work for someone, but it doesn't mean it works for everyone.
Permanent but not yes.
I'm sorry but i'm confused
Do you want Mr. J to have a perma-grin?
i'd really like the smile to be almost a device... like when he whips it out it is perfectly timed so that everyone is simultaneously creeped out.
that'd be sweeeeet.