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Subj: Re: Topic of the Week- Tim Burton- Batman....
Posted: Tue Apr 21, 2015 at 09:16:18 pm EDT (Viewed 95 times)
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I also like the (intended?) symbolism of Two-Face as the villain for the SECOND movie. \:\)

Yep, that was very much intended.

The way I see it, movie 1 starts with Bruce having setup shop in Gotham and he has already rattled the cage as it were and helped Gordon seriously house clean the police and mayor office.

Then comes the Riddler, who aside from being a neurotic/eccentric genius, he enjoys proving his intellect over the cops with his riddle crimes, but now with the Batman he sees someone that could be his true challenge. I'd also likely include a scene where Batman confronts Nygma but has no serious evidence and before Batman leaves he tells Nygma that Nygma cannot stop himself just like he did in the ep of Batman TAS when Riddler was allegedly going straight. Riddler realizes Batman is right and sets up for the final showdown.

Also I'd have to update his costume, make it more like a business suit with the question marks rather then spandex like Gorshin and Carey used. Also an attempt at recreating Gorshin's Riddler laugh would be done, mainly due to the fact that Riddler really wasn't defined as a character in the comics until Gorshin played him on the Adam West series. his portrayal helped define the character


TWO FACE: harvey gets fried in movie 1, possible due to a plan of Riddler's. Riddler is in Arkham and Harvey continually asks the coin if the time is right to get Riddler but the coin always comes up on the shiny side. So instead Two Face is committing crimes with the number 2 as the theme, just like in the comics and cartoon. He also quickly takes control of Gotham's underworld and makes it clear that he is not second fiddle to any other super villain.


JOKER: Red Hood faces Batman in movie 2, possibly in the employ of Two Face, gets the chemical bath and movie 3 is all about Joker


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