Loved the way the Joker casually announced everyone was going to die and the way he shoots Bob. Also seeing him pull out that huge gun from his pants was hilarious!
2. "Final Training Scene" - Batman Begins
This is where he has to find Ducard among the many other ninjas. To me, this scene told the audience to forget what you thought you knew about what Batman films are supposed to be like. Very tense.
3. "Batmobile Chase Scene" - Batman Begins
I liked this scene because this is the first time we get to see the Batmobile (Tumbler) in action. It was exciting to see it plow through anything that got in it's way.
4. "Magic Trick Scene" - The Dark Knight
Does anything even need to be said about this scene? Even though the Joker is in the bank scene, this is his true introduction scene. It perfectly summed up what the Joker is: dangerous, funny, cunning, and very, very crazy.
5. "Interrogation Scene" - The Dark Knight
Another nice summary scene, this of Batman and Joker's long and ongoing history with each other (in the comics). Batman demonstrates his physical superiority, but the Joker shows he always has an ace up his sleeve. The Joker laughing through his beating is just plain creepy.
-Opening bank heist scene with the Joker in TDK.
-Batman in Hong Kong in TDK with Batman jumping off that building and breaking in to get Lao. Then the escape with the Bat theme kicking in.
-The definition of EPIC: The main chase sequence w/ the Bat-Pod.
-End scene in Batman Begins with Batman saying "And you'll never have to" after Gordon reveals the Joker card.
-End scene in TDK w/ Batman is riding the Bat-Pod away amidst the theme.
5.Batman Begins when he takes out the thugs at the docks and they nearly piss them selves
4.Joker and Two Face talk at the hospital
3.Bruces sword fight on the ice in begins
2.Batmans last words to Ras in begins
1.The interrogation scene
5. When Batman first says "I'm Batman" in the 89 film.
4. Penguin funeral in Batman Returns
3. Joker standing in the middle of the road causing batman to swerve out the way in TDK
2. Joker introduction scene TDK
1. Arnold Schwarzenegger conducting his ice play thing in Batman and Robin
1. The gallery scene from Batman 89. One of my favourite scenes in any movie ever. You have an awesomely insane Joker in Nicholson, and a frankly brilliant entrance by Batman.
2. The rooftop scene in Returns where the Bat and Cat square off, or the dance scene when Bruce and Selina begin to realise how messed up they really are. Even with Selina being as nutty as she was, i thought it worked beautifully.
3. The chase scene in TDK. All of it.
4. "I'm Batman" from Batman 89.
5. Meh. too many to pick from.
"With the first link, the chain is forged. The first speech censured... the first thought forbidden... the first freedom denied – chains us all irrevocably."
For me, my favorite scenes are probably strictly from Batman Begins and The Dark Knight. The other Batman films just... aren't good imo. I mean, the Burton ones were mediocre and the rest sucked. I mean, I can understand people enjoying the Keaton films because of the nostalgia factor, but I recently rewatched them and they're not that great.
That said, my top five scenes look something like this:
- The final training sequence (Batman Begins).
- The ending of Begins, where Gordon shows Batman the Joker card (Batman Begins... obviously).
- The interrogation scene. Nolan and co. are at their peak when they're dealing with heavy, dense dialogue sequences and I love it. Heath's acting, Bale's as well, everything was just great. (The Dark Knight).
- Joker crashing Dent's party. This sequence was just awesome; the suspense that led up to it was great; a lot of quick cuts, the music slowly building, you really go the feeling that shit was about to go down. (The Dark Knight).
- Lastly, probably TDK's ending. Despite Gordon's annoying-ass son and Bale's funky batvoice, the ending was pretty powerful. You really felt for Batman and the sacrifice he made by taking the fall. And I liked how the title for the film was placed at the end as opposed to the beginning. (The Dark Knight).