If you’ve watched Christoper Nolan’s Batman trilogy or HBO’s Game of Thrones you’ll probably get a kick out of watching the amazing talent of Steve Love. Some of the impressions are not exactly spot on but they still might make you laugh. My personal favorite are King Robert Baratheon and Jorah Mormont impressions. If you are easily offended, consider this a heads up.
Batman Impressions by Steve Love
Impressions of characters from Chris Nolan’s Batman saga (Batman Begins, The Dark Knight, The Dark Knight Rises). Set List: Batman, Bane, The Joker, Alfred (Michael Caine), Lucius Fox (Morgan Freeman), Ra’s al Ghul (Liam Neeson)
Game of Thrones Impressions by Steve Love
Impressions of characters from the HBO program Game Of Thrones. Set List: Ned Stark, Robert Baratheon, Jon Snow, Varys, Littlefinger, Pycelle, Ser Davos, Ser Jorah Mormont.
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The Dark Knight Rises – Movie Review & Discussion
Watch the Dark Knight Trilogy before reading this post – Spoilers Ahead.
The Dark Knight Rises marks the end to Christopher Nolan’s Batman movie trilogy. Picking up eights years after the events of The Dark Knight (2008), Bruce Wayne has become a frail, cane-walking recluse, shunning any involvement with the outside world. But when a smart, alluring cat burgler infiltrates his mansion and a masked terrorist named Bane threatens Gotham City, Bruce Wayne decides to resurrect his crime fighting alter-ego even if it might cost him his life. The Dark Knight Rises (TDKR) is a sprawling, thought-provoking and heroic conclusion to the trilogy. What did you think of Bane as a villain? How does TDKR compare with The Dark Knight (TDK)? Should the studio reboot the Batman franchise? Cibarra and I give our thoughts in the article below: Read the rest of this entry
Here are the top 5 movies we’re looking forward to in 2012.
2. The Dark Knight Rises
Release Date: July 20, 2012
Director: Christopher Nolan
There has been some controversy over the muffled voice of the villainous Bane in the Dark Knight Rises prologue clip and the casting of Anne Hathaway as Catwoman/Selina Kyle, however director Christopher Nolan has earned the benefit of any doubts. 2008’s Dark Knight is one of the top grossing movies of all time and set the bar for comic book heroes on the silver screen. It’s also easy to forget that there were a lot of complaints when Heath Ledger (Brokeback Mountain, A Knight’s Tale) was originally announced he was taking on the role of the Joker. With all due respect to Jack Nicholson, Heath Ledger IS the Joker. Nolan’s last movie, sci-fi heist film Inception (2010), was a fascinating exploration of the unconscious mind and the power of illusion. In fact, several actors from Inception (Tom Hardy, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, and Marion Cottilard) will star in Dark Knight Rises, the final movie in Nolan’s Batman Trilogy.