Being ruthless, he is also insane. In the movie The Dark Knight, Joker says, “ Come nightfall, this city is mine, and anyone left plays by my rules. If you don 't want to be in the game, get out now,” (The Dark Knight). This shows that Joker is insane because he claims a whole city his and doesn 't just simply rob banks and get rich, no, he just plunges it into anarchy, which makes him a better villain than Poseidon. While being both ruthless and insane, he also hates his hero, Batman.
His counter part the Joker kills people in the hundreds with his lackeys at his side. The Joker has little to no sense of right or wrong, he lives to bring misery to the people of Gotham. When the Joker kills it could be for any number of reason from just being bored or wanting to prove a point. At one point the Joker killed over 200 people in a terrorist bombing. The Joker later even laughed at this saying that "it was one of the funniest things" he had done.
Superhero vs. Supervillain Batman and the Joker have been enemies for quite some time now. They have plenty of differences, yet also some similarities. They are the main supervillain and superhero of Gotham City. The main difference is that Batman is a protector, because his parents were brutally murdered, and Joker is a threatener, because he thinks murder and mayhem is funny.
Even the Joker is just a showcase to advertise, with the brief flashback to part of his backstory only promote that there is a more interesting film in store. As one of the most prominent villains ever know, DC has made him into a literal joke. In Suicide Squad, he is only given bits and pieces of screen time, not even establishing why he is primarily there. Many of the Joker’s scenes were cut due to reasons unknown, but given those scenes were of Harley Quinn and Joker’s abusive relationship, most would consider that DC wanted to make it seem as though they were a seemingly normal couple, but with insanity added to their mental
Life is sacred to him, he goes out to save people in Gotham from danger. So using a gun(lethal) or killing people will violate the sacred and be a profane. You don 't see Batman using his gun to cause lethal wounds (which the comic 's versions do it a lot) and kill people, not even the criminal or Bane. It also have a totem which ties in well with sociologist Geertz. The symbol of Bat has been used in the movie for many purposes, to frighten the criminals, to restore hopes in the citizen, and to give him his identity.
He saw justice like fight a war on crime, and the goal was that the city does not belong to do criminal things and corruption. In fact, Batman has the ability
Virtue ethics best supports Batman 's claim that if he kills the Joker, he will become "that which I hate". As a child Batman 's alter egos parents were murdered in cold blood right in front of him. Since their murder all he ever wanted was justice. Urging the detectives to investigate into any and every possibility of who the culprit was. Having Alfred in his life he was guided in the right direction on what was right and wrong in every experience even the one when he decided to become Batman.
The most repeated theme in the book is the duality of man; the duality of man means that people are split between their good and evil urges. The character that comes to represent the duality of man the best is Harvey dent. The whole duration of the book Harvey Dent battles with himself time and time again on enforcing the law and not breaking it himself. When Harvey Dent attended with Batman on investigating one of the Carmine Falcone’s money warehouse A.K.A “The Roman,” he was very tempted to steal some of the money for himself. Harvey also tells Chief Gordon the two rival gangs of The Roman and Salvatore Maroni are doing law enforcement’s job themselves by engaging in gang warfare.
The main element that tied the two together are their plots. Both passages are ironic due to the unique events. In the movie, High Noon, the Marshal, Will Kane, hopefully asked for advice from judge Howe. Furthermore, Howe replied, “you risk your skin catching killers and the juries let them go so they can come back and shoot at you again” (Foreman 307). The judge’s statement proves that even though a Marshal’s duty is to protect the town and capture criminals, the Marshal himself is being hunted by criminals.
One minute he will be handing out hundreds of balloons and the next minute he will have mass murder on his mind, he is that much random, one of the many reasons why other villains are actually scared of him, they don’t know when their alliance with the Joker will end up being their death warrant. Joker is the earliest foe of the Batman, and they are presented as day and the night of the Gotham city. Joker is hell bent on corrupting Batman’s morality, Joker will push Batman to no end just so he take away his faith
He now reveals to Batman his final game: that he has corrupted Harvey Dent. Learning the truth, Batman leaves, just as the SWAT team finally arrive and capture the Joker (IGN, page 3). Batman then fights the Joker in the street and takes him out and the Joker gets taken away but Batman still has to save Rachael, she is locked up in a warehouse and by the time he gets there the warehouse blows up and Harvey Dent survives but is just as heartbroken as Batman. Batman then rides off on his bike as the Dark Knight. This movie was full of Action but also had love and romance mixed into it.
Batman’s Hood In Scott Bukatman’s essay, “Boys in The Hood” he talks about how superheroes represent cities, how they hold their own as they move through them, and how their masks and costumes identify them. I would like to focus more on Batman’s Gotham City, his mask, and his movement along with the comic panels.
In the novel, Jasper Jones, Craig Silvey used a vast range of language and textual features including Symbolism, Allusion, Connotation, Similes and word choice. This is done to construct the character of Charlie as someone that opposes the social norms in the town and supports his close friend, Jasper who is judged and victimised by his race and family history. The town’s people of Corrigan all follow the same path or social norms, that were apparent in the 1960’s and what teenagers should learn, is that you should not let your peers dictate your beliefs and values, making your own choices, like Charlie. When Jasper comes knocking at Charlies window, the audience is lead to believe that Charlie has been given a chance to be reborn and portray
Keanu Reeves can be compared to Batman because they both help others because they have experienced the same events. Batman fights crime for Gotham because his parents were killed by a criminal. While Keanu donates his money to cancer research because his sister has battled leukemia for over ten years. Bruce Wayne uses Batman to hide who he is and that he is actually the one who is saving Gotham. Similarly, Keanu never attaches his name to any donations he makes to the organizations to keep from being the attention seeker.