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God Expresses His Anger Over Dark Knight Oscar Snub

Every once in a while, God takes time out of his busy schedule to write a letter.  Apparently he’s a big fan of the Dark Knight.
 
 
 

16 Responses to "God Expresses His Anger Over Dark Knight Oscar Snub"

  1. Anonymous says:

    While the Dark Knight was overrated (although still worthwhile) there is no question Ledger’s Joker was ten times better than Nicholson’s. Jack can hardly even claim to be acting; he just did a masked version of the Jack Nicholson (TM) character he’s been doing for decades.

  2. Jack says:

    I agree that Dark Knight shouldn’t be up for best picture but are you sure you watched it? Heath’s Joker maybe twice in the whole thing across as depressed and pathetic, and he was faking both times. If anything he was overenthusiastic about everything he did and completely egocentric. Any time he broke something he laughed about it. If anything this Joker completely lacking any sense of how serious what he was doing was.

    It’s possible to think this wasn’t the best movie of all time without acting like a prick.

  3. Buddy Ice says:

    Yes, the Joker is a dark, sociopath; however, he always masked it with his goofy/aloof attitude. The evil, gritty Joker came out once in a while in order to really lay on the seriousness of what he was doing, but it wasn’t always there. That has been the Joker since the beginning, back in the comics and Adam West shows. So this Dark Night version of Joker, I think, is inaccurate; he just seemed depressed and pathetic for the majority of the time (Maybe that’s why he killed himself after the movie, oh wait, didn’t one of the Olsen twins kill him or something?). The scene in the police interrogation was really good I thought. Anyway, this is gay, I’m done.

  4. Anonymous says:

    your a straight up terd.

  5. zeek says:

    i’ve said my “piece”? peace

  6. Buddy Ice says:

    I just finished watching Dark Knight for the 1st time about an hour ago … eh … it was pretty good, I don’t know what all the hype was about. Bale is a terrible Batman, a good Bruce Wayne though. Leger was decent at best, a bit annoying; Nicholson was better.

  7. John says:

    Nicholson was better? It is a quantifiable FACT that Nicholson’s Joker sucks donkey dick.

  8. Darkjester says:

    You are kidding right? Nicholson was slapstick and goofy, like the Joker from the TV show. Ledger showed us what a psycho-sociopath looked like. This was “The Darknight” not Batman and Robin, an entirely darker more gruesome batman series.

    Don’t get me wrong I love Jackie Boy as an Actor, he forever will be “Here’s Johnny” from the shining and the Commander from A few Good Men, and he played a damn good Joker, but he did not capture the shere psychosis of the Joker, or his dark humor at all.

  9. Anonymous says:

    you have a tv and dvd player stuck up your ass

  10. Anonymous says:

    youre retarded

  11. Anonymous says:

    I believe “piece” is correct, “peace” does not make sense.

  12. Buddy Ice says:

    How could I see the TV then shmuck?

  13. Anil Dikshit says:

    You were obviously watching it with your head up your own ass.

  14. Anonymous says:

    Oh no, cause no one’s ever used an artistic license ever in the history of man.

  15. Ev says:

    Dear God,
    We already did the half moose, half wolf somewhere along the way I’m sure; catch up, do something original. Try something like crossing Alfred E. Newman with Buckwheat. Oh wait, you did that already and we helped him become president. Good one. We really don’t care what the majority of fans think about our movies. We nominate who we want. We had an idea similar to the two ships rigged with explosives. Except we were going to trap a bunch of movie goers in a theatre and force them to pick between “Snakes on a Plane” or “The Horse Whisperer”.

    The Academey of Motion Pictures

    P.S.
    We thought the only reason Brendan was still working was because of your intervention. I guess you need to take this up with your bro down below. Obviously this is his doing.

  16. Dear God,

    Glad to see you can appreciate a good flick. Perhaps I’ll reconsider believing in you now. But man, you gotta do something to make it up to Heath first. Pull some strings and make sure he doesn’t lose to Downey, Hoffman, or Brolin for Best Supporting, and then we can talk.