Wow, I can’t think of a better way to get my movie needs on, and seeing the Dark Knight twice. Both times I was blown away. Aside from The Scarecrow the Joker is my next favorite villain, but with the performance of Heath, I must say, the Joker has taken the number one spot. I can’t get his first story about how the scars came about on his face. I loved it, all while showing how sick and sadistic the human behind the paint has become. Oh and the pencil trick was wonderful.
Although I don’t think its going to warrant him an Oscar for it, but I think it provides a strong glimpse as to how serious and dedicated of an actor he was for his last full movie. Hands down, he created the reality of what people didn’t expect, inciting chaos with words, his fiery passion to destroy the world and watch it burn as Alfred states.
Heath provided the incite and the pathological essence of the creation of a mastermind through psychology. The story illustrated was great for his plot, but he made you believe it could happen. The way he altered his voice and changed his personality numerous times, really made the movie and the Joker unpredictable, as well as the score of music that played in the background as the Joker spoke, making it more and more intense as the scene went on.
The plot with Rachel and Harvey Dent and the creation of Two-Face was great as well. Throughout the movie though I felt as if Two-Face was just there trying to get revenge. I hope they bring him back and if they do, there are a lot of questions that need answers. All in all The Dark Knight, is quite possibly my favorite movie in years. The plot, the characters and the twists of the movie are top-notch. It’s unbelievable, and I would have loved to hear what Heath would of had to say about the character process at all the premiers. Cheers, and enjoy some goodness below.