In an Oscar-winning performance, Heath Ledger's Joker is depicted as a maniacal criminal mastermind who terrorizes Gotham City. His goal is to create a world without rules. His conflict with Batman culminates in a tense standoff with a pair of ferries loaded with explosives. One ship is full of ordinary citizens, the other is full of criminals. In hopes of showing everyone how evil and corrupt they can be, he gave the passengers on each boat a detonator to the bombs and offers survival if they detonate the other ferry. If they don't choose by midnight, he'll blow up both ships.
Who is Ann HATHAWAY PLAYING CAT WOMAN OR bat girl?
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Yes, this is incorrect when they say Batman "chose" to save Dent. You can most defiantly tell by the way he reacts at finding Dent there that he wanted to save Rachel
When Batman is leaving the police station, Gordon asks him who he is going after, and he tells Rachel, and so Gordon goes for Dent. But, Joker had intentionally swapped the locations while telling Batman, since he knew Batman would go for Rachel.
I feel the need to point out that Batman did not choose to save Harvey Dent. He chose to save Rachel Dawes, but Joker switched the two when he told him, causing him to have to save Dent.
Right and I don't recall Batman breaking his neck as mentioned in this movie
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