has the dark knight completely overshadowed fox mulder? or is it because david duchovny held out too long –until he had a string of losing films, before he signed onto the second x-files movie. in the end, it’s probably a bit of both. well duchovny is quite 20th century while christian bale is a 21st century kinda guy.
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can christopher nolan’s ‘the dark knight’ topple james cameron’s ‘titanic?’ well, we know the score won’t. i guess the batman producers neglected to insert a bonafide pop tune into the soundtrack. might be why the film is a runaway hit.
the biggest weekend ever, they’re saying. the opening numbers best spiderman 3 by a cool 4 million.
let’s let the brits make more films. we all know that the dark knight, the new batman film is technically a british flick. and now we know that ridley scott isn’t the only englishman who can make great fluffy movies. now we have christopher nolan. but we know he at least can make the intellectual stuff too. memento is a mini-classic.
the dark knight opened to coast-to-coast sell out shows in the u.s. on it’s first day, chris nolan’s follow up to the hugely successful batman begins raked in 60 million dollars.
if you can stand the buffering, you can go to the comcast website to watch some video clips from ‘the dark knight.’ but don’t get too excited. the new christopher nolan film, starring welshman turned american, christian bale, features stuff like filming in chicago and how they made the clown masks. or something like that. and you have to endure the endless buffering. aren’t you tired of hollywood being so paranoid that they won’t even allow fans to legally download a one minute video clip. instead, they force people who don’t have a highspeed connection –and even those of us who do, to watch less than quality level video.
too bad warner brothers decided not to have a worldwide opening for this films. those of you who live overseas might get so anxious that, well you, downloading is always an option innit, as michael caine might say?
aaron eckhart plays two-face in the new batman film, ‘the dark knight.’ a lot of the focus seems to be on the joker and the deceased heath ledger. but if you’ve forgotten about two-face, a refresher.
the last great film i saw at the sundance film festival was ‘memento,’ directed by brit, christopher nolan. choosing him to take on the dark knight series, starting with ‘batman begins’ has been nothing less than inspiring. and along with christian bale the series, which faultered under the weight of george clooney as well as ‘fat girl and robin’, has mined the original feel of the graphic novels. yahoo to take a look at 4 different theatrical trailers for the dark night along with an interview with heath ledger. i should also mention aaron eckhart, who plays two-face. i still love him in ‘friends and neighbors’ and ‘the company of men.’