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Sunday, September 03, 2006

DanananananananananaBATMAN!

Without a doubt, Batman: The Movie is the Greatest Movie EVER!

Static screen-caps of some scenes cannot do them the proper justice, so I've included a few links to animated GIFs hosted by external sources. I hope that's okay; I wouldn't want the Evil Spectre of Leeched Bandwidth to seek vengeance upon me and tear my face off while I sleep...

3 Minutes, 16 Seconds In:
SHARK ATTACK!

8 Minutes, 16 Seconds In:
The Rogues Gallery of Villains

With friends like these...

11 Minutes, 53 Seconds In:

I don't think this one even needs a humorous caption...

16 Minutes, 30 Seconds In:

Bruce gets his mack on.

15 Minutes, 15 Seconds In:

I love how Batman looks all cool and confident while running,
and poor Robin looks like he's about to die...

17 Minutes, 31 Seconds In:
The infamous Bomb Scene.

COMING SOON!

Somebody get the Bat Shark-Repellent!

2 Comments:

At 1:59 AM, Blogger Hollywood said...

I'm so jealous that this movie wasn't my debut...this IS the best MOVIE EVAR!

 
At 12:32 AM, Blogger Daryl Surat said...

I will ignore the content of this actual episode to say that Mark Dacascos is totally radical despite probably being just below Dolph Lundgren as far as stardom goes. Only the Strong, Crying Freeman, and especially Drive (the uncut one as opposed to what plays on cable here) are all quite possibly the Greatest Movie EVER.

That only serves to make Cradle 2 The Grave even worse than the Worst Movie EVER. Yes, even though it's from the brilliant mind that brought us DOOM and Dave Riley's personal favorite, Exit Wounds. It takes particular lack of talent to be able to choreograph/film a fight between Mark Dacascos and Jet Li that sucks.

And that was the only movie they were both in. :(

 

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