Everyone remembers seeing The Dark Knight at the theater. Whether you were eagerly anticipating its release or aren’t the biggest fan of Batman or movies but got dragged to the premier with your friends anyway, you were there. It was one of those event films that transcended the typical movie-going experience. And while Christopher Nolan has made equally engaging films before and since, this is the one that he’s best known for. Fresh off of its 10th Anniversary, how has The Dark Knight continued to stand out in the ever-crowded field of superhero movies?
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This week Kevin and Jesse somehow manage to reference R. Kelly, Rick and Morty, The Dark Knight , The Hangover and Les Miserables. How did they do it? Find out below.
(Remember, every week Jesse and Kevin will provide rankings based on who they think will die next. The further down the list, the more likely they are to die. They get points based on where the character is on our list. For instance, if Rick dies this week then I will have four points and Jesse will have two points.)
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I’m a pretty even-keel guy. I don’t like hype. I don’t like hyperbole. I don’t like anything too over the top.
Hell, I even get annoyed when audiences constantly applaud a presenter, musician or any type of entertainment during the act they are performing. It’s a weird pet-peeve but I like it when people don’t lose their shit.