oh god the feels.... .. I liked Heath Ledger as The Joker more than Tom Hardy as Bane. oh god the feels I liked Heath Ledger as The Joker more than Tom Hardy Bane
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#3 - canadianguyeh
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(04/30/2013) [-]
I liked Heath Ledger as The Joker more than Tom Hardy as Bane.
I liked Heath Ledger as The Joker more than Tom Hardy as Bane.
#17 to #3 - anon
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(05/01/2013) [-]
Ledger's acting was amazing, and I have yet to see better acting. That being said, I prefer Bane's character over the Joker, regardless of their performances. I just like bane as a bad guy more. And all of my friends hate me for it.
#39 to #3 - hugejuggernaut
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(05/01/2013) [-]
You completely forget that Christopher Nolan scripted the best Batman franchise ever produced for the live action big screen. Christian Bale was an outstanding Batman.

Now Nolan is getting it on with the boy scout. Along with several other big time names associated with the Man of Steel movie and the lines that guarantees greatness, that fans have been waiting for, for more than 30 years.
Lois. "So, what's the 'S' stand for?"
Clark: "It's not an 'S', on my world, this symbol means hope.'

By the way, on a sidenote, J.J. Abrams as the director to the new Star Wars movie? That could be incredible.

It's all coming together.
#28 to #3 - thatkiddonovan
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(05/01/2013) [-]
lol so did everyone.
#12 to #3 - CrazyWhiteGurl
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(05/01/2013) [-]
Tom was great, but to be fair Heath was an extremely tough act to follow. They both were excellent but it would be impossible to top Ledger's Joker.
#22 to #3 - chiktikkavaspaus
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(05/01/2013) [-]
Bane was a completely different character and they nailed it, I thought. It's hard for me to compare the two when their both so different.
#24 to #22 - anon
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(05/01/2013) [-]
you're a new kind of autism if you honestly think they nailed Bane
#31 to #24 - chiktikkavaspaus
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(05/01/2013) [-]
Well, it was nothing like the actual bane, I know that. But I thought they did a great job with the version they created.
#41 to #24 - anon
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(05/01/2013) [-]
**** you faggot go bitch somewhere else.
#9 to #3 - Jowi
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(05/01/2013) [-]
I think everyone did didn't they? Heath Ledger's Joker is possibly the best Supervillain of all time
#4 - santathumbs
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(04/30/2013) [-]
You'll find out who they really are after you look through their internet history.
You'll find out who they really are after you look through their internet history.
#2 - officerofwar
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(04/30/2013) [-]
#15 to #2 - probablynaked
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(05/01/2013) [-]
Mfw I see his face is text also
Mfw I see his face is text also
#14 - mushizombie
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(05/01/2013) [-]
i believe this to be true. My mother was a wonderful woman. She was the kind of person you want to strive to be.    
Even when the cancer had engulfed her and the medication had taken full effect on her mind, she still wanted to protect her children. I remember the day I walked in side by side with my sister. The hospice bed had been set up in our living room, as one of her final requests was to die at home, surrounded by family. Others were already there, family friends and her boyfriend, she didn't react to any of them. As they came and went  she hardly appeared to notice, yet when my sister and I entered she reacted.    
It is my saddest memory of her. She could hardly move, let alone speak, but she tried. She shook her head and tried to wave us away. The can still see the look of terror that registered on her sunken face. She didn't want us there. She wanted to save us from having to see her like that. We sat down next to her. I took her hand and she grasped mine the best she could. I wept.    
That was the last time I saw my mom.    
Sorry for the long story..   
TL;DR: My mother was the person Mr. Rogers knew she could be.
i believe this to be true. My mother was a wonderful woman. She was the kind of person you want to strive to be.
Even when the cancer had engulfed her and the medication had taken full effect on her mind, she still wanted to protect her children. I remember the day I walked in side by side with my sister. The hospice bed had been set up in our living room, as one of her final requests was to die at home, surrounded by family. Others were already there, family friends and her boyfriend, she didn't react to any of them. As they came and went she hardly appeared to notice, yet when my sister and I entered she reacted.
It is my saddest memory of her. She could hardly move, let alone speak, but she tried. She shook her head and tried to wave us away. The can still see the look of terror that registered on her sunken face. She didn't want us there. She wanted to save us from having to see her like that. We sat down next to her. I took her hand and she grasped mine the best she could. I wept.
That was the last time I saw my mom.
Sorry for the long story..
TL;DR: My mother was the person Mr. Rogers knew she could be.
#32 to #14 - EdwardNigma
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#34 to #14 - guitargurl
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#42 to #14 - coma
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#16 - snipys
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#37 to #16 - girrafalopegis
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#10 - JunkTea
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(05/01/2013) [-]
"Do you want to know why I use a knife? Guns are too quick. You can't savor all the... little emotions. In... you see, in their last moments, people show you who they really are. So in a way, I know your friends better than you ever did. Would you like to know which of them were cowards?"

Full quote is much better.
#6 - derkarus
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(04/30/2013) [-]
So Heath was really the Joker?
#11 to #6 - bobthedilder
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(05/01/2013) [-]
<no, he was this guy
#5 - grimidim
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#29 - vegetatheprince
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