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Apr. 16, 2013by:

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Batman and his damn one rule. He went on and on about it so much in THE DARK KNIGHT that it's no surprise that the Joker felt compelled to push Batman to the limit. Do you real need to be so preachy Mr. Wayne?

College Humor has a pretty funny new video about the hero's one rule and how Batman may be breaking his rule without even knowing it. In the video it's just another day for the Caped Crusader: the Penguin (Patton Oswalt) is holding Commissioner Gordon (Matt McCarthy) hostage so it's up to Batman (Peter Holmes) to save the him. Of course he succeeds and once again starts to spout off about his one rule before things take a turn for the silly. Enjoy.

"Look at that poor little guy. He's all tuckered out."

Extra Tidbit: I wouldn't mind seeing Patton Oswalt as the Penguin in an actual Batman movie.
Source: College Humor

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2:02AM on 04/17/2013
peter? it's just PETE. thank you.
peter? it's just PETE. thank you.
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2:15PM on 04/16/2013

HA!

Paton Oswalt is the man! Good stuff.
Paton Oswalt is the man! Good stuff.
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10:21AM on 04/16/2013

That was great

Laughed my ass off so funny
Laughed my ass off so funny
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9:32AM on 04/16/2013
I laughed my ass off the whole way through.
I laughed my ass off the whole way through.
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9:12AM on 04/16/2013
The machine gun blast was hilarious!
The machine gun blast was hilarious!
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8:52AM on 04/16/2013
Lol.

Batman doesn't kill. Except that time he killed Ra's al Ghul. Batman thinks that he simply didn't save him, but if you intentionally crash a train that someone is on, and that someone dies, then you killed him. Too bad Batman's logic of "I don't have to save you" didn't come into play when he SAVES the Joker at the end of TDK. Then right after saving that horrible monster, The Joker, he kills his friend Harvey Dent.
Lol.

Batman doesn't kill. Except that time he killed Ra's al Ghul. Batman thinks that he simply didn't save him, but if you intentionally crash a train that someone is on, and that someone dies, then you killed him. Too bad Batman's logic of "I don't have to save you" didn't come into play when he SAVES the Joker at the end of TDK. Then right after saving that horrible monster, The Joker, he kills his friend Harvey Dent.
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12:02PM on 04/16/2013
Gordon killed Ra's
Gordon killed Ra's
12:27PM on 04/16/2013
No, Batman destroyed the breaks so Ra's couldn't stop. Then Batman left him with no hope of escaping. Batman essentially created a deathtrap for Ra's. Plus, Gordon blew up the tracks on Batman's orders. That's like cutting the breaks to someone's car, and when they die from the crash you claim "I didn't kill them, the crash did".

Batman could have just pulled the breaks and stopped the train. If he had time to destroy the break lever, he had time to simply pull it. But no, instead he pushed
No, Batman destroyed the breaks so Ra's couldn't stop. Then Batman left him with no hope of escaping. Batman essentially created a deathtrap for Ra's. Plus, Gordon blew up the tracks on Batman's orders. That's like cutting the breaks to someone's car, and when they die from the crash you claim "I didn't kill them, the crash did".

Batman could have just pulled the breaks and stopped the train. If he had time to destroy the break lever, he had time to simply pull it. But no, instead he pushed the train to full speed, had Gordon blow up the tracks, and then destroyed the breaks.
4:41PM on 04/16/2013
Ra's destroyed the brakes
Ra's destroyed the brakes
4:44PM on 04/16/2013
Also it was the guns on his Batpod that killed Bane, thus saving his life and ending Bane's threat. And he shoots a fucking BARRAGE of missiles leveling Talia's truck that kills her.

As great a those first two movies are (not a massive fan of TDKR) it gets the "No guns, No killing" message totally wrong. Other than The Joker all these threats were stopped by either leading the villain to their deaths, straight up killing them over the edge of a building or just shooting at them until they
Also it was the guns on his Batpod that killed Bane, thus saving his life and ending Bane's threat. And he shoots a fucking BARRAGE of missiles leveling Talia's truck that kills her.

As great a those first two movies are (not a massive fan of TDKR) it gets the "No guns, No killing" message totally wrong. Other than The Joker all these threats were stopped by either leading the villain to their deaths, straight up killing them over the edge of a building or just shooting at them until they die.
5:48PM on 04/16/2013
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You're right, my bad on that. Though, Batman still was responsible for the train crash.

@Guy
I completely forgot about Talia! Shows how little that film registered with me, lol.
@jsin.atomic
You're right, my bad on that. Though, Batman still was responsible for the train crash.

@Guy
I completely forgot about Talia! Shows how little that film registered with me, lol.
7:15PM on 04/16/2013
If you watch the scene again, Batman tries to stop the train at least twice. Ra's sealed his fate when he destroyed the console. If he didn't when the train fell off the tracks, he would have died when the train came crashing into the station.

Batman had to save the Joker because he was the one who threw him off the roof. If the Joker lunged at him and dodged out of the way, he might be able to not save him.

Yes, he killed Dent, that was the entire point. The Joker fulfilled his goal of
If you watch the scene again, Batman tries to stop the train at least twice. Ra's sealed his fate when he destroyed the console. If he didn't when the train fell off the tracks, he would have died when the train came crashing into the station.

Batman had to save the Joker because he was the one who threw him off the roof. If the Joker lunged at him and dodged out of the way, he might be able to not save him.

Yes, he killed Dent, that was the entire point. The Joker fulfilled his goal of getting him to break his one rule.

Guy: Just because it was the Batpod that killed Bane doesn't mean Batman is responsible. Catwoman killed Bane. Counting that against Batman would be like saying he killed everyone in Gotham had the bomb went off.

Also, watch the truck scene again. He does not hit the truck with any missiles. He shoots in front of the truck to redirect her. She was fully in control of her fate. She could have stopped the truck at any time.
8:30AM on 04/16/2013
"They're on a special happy farm".

That was hilarious.
"They're on a special happy farm".

That was hilarious.
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