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Ah, the things my friends send me . . .
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This just demonstrates the DANGER that George Lucas poses for projects that he “loves”.
However, HTD is still more watchable than Episode One OR The Dark Knight.
(Someone please explain to me WHY, when the Joker is hanging upside down restating that BORING good/evil monologue for the third time, WHY does the camera rotate to show us the Joker right-side up? WHY? It’s a BAD, BAD movie.)
Well its more of a Batman/Joker point of view of understanding thing. See When the Joker explains his back up plan, u start to understand what he’s all about, the chaos thing, and as it turns you begin to understand things from his point of view, its not really a monologue between good versus evil its just hidden that way its actually more… its much more ambigeous that way.
I see people defending Howard for its cheesiness. But really to me, this film went to “so bad it’s good” and then kept going into “it’s just really bad.” I remember Lucas had such high hopes that he contracted the cast for the sequel he was sure was coming.