The Dark Knight (2008)
Rani Rahav speaks to the Joker
Spin off from this film
The Joker's Pagliacci mask is the same as his bankrobbers disguise in The Dark Knight
A "Spider-Man 3" poster is faintly visible in the beginning when a goon waits to be picked up for the robbery.
Both Kakihara and Joker have slits to the sides of their mouths in the shape of grins, have dyed hair, wear flamboyant outfits (purple/flannel), try to take over the mob, and act without morals. Ichi also has a blade in his shoe, like Joker.
On the suspect board a photo of Bigfoot from this short film is on the wall
The Joker tells Batman: "You complete me."
In Harvey Dent's office he has a box of files marked Keyser Söze.
Bank robbery at beginning and the armored car Harvey Dent is stored in later on, all nods to Heat.
The Joker hangs upside down in his final scene. The camera's 180 degree spin mirrors the one where Robert De Niro hangs upside down during his workout.
The Joker jams a grenade into a bank employee's mouth. Nick Randall did the same thing to Malak Al Rahim in Wanted: Dead or Alive
When The Joker invades Harvey Dent's fundraiser party, he says to an old man: 'You remind me of my father, I hated my father", a line spoken by a character in this film.
"Love Boat" is the title of a newspaper article
Batman & Lau are picked up by an airplane via a long cable attached to an inflatable device like James Bond & Domino are.
The Joker has a blade come out of his shoe, just like Rosa Klebb.
The Joker's note is taken from the host's request "Will the real [name here] please stand up?"
The Joker's helpers in the beginning are named after the seven dwarfs.
Joker's permanent grin is caused by a mutilation to his face, just like Gwynplaine, a character who was an inspiration for the original Joker.
events of this film are recalled
When talking about the waitress in the car, Alec says she's "the waitress Gotham deserves..."
Travis points out a tower and says it looks like the one in "The Dark Knight".
"...forcing them to get the creator of Batman Begins and The Dark Knight."
Cover was shown.
"At least Maggie Gyllenhaal looks a bit like Katie Holmes"
One of the con attendees is cosplayed as The Joker
one scene of 'The Dark Knight' was re-enacted
"So that's how the Joker got his scars."
Contestant Justin Andrew Honard says contestant Matthew Sanderson looked like the Joker during the mini challenge.
The Heath Ledger Joker appears in the Dark Knight Bread Riser skit.
Critic prefers the original theme to the Dark Knight's theme.
Solomon Hancock mention the movie
Mentioned by character.
This short film is made in resemblance of The Dark Knight and as an unofficial followup to it.
Jenna says she saw Christopher Nolan at the film's premiere
Benzaie reenacts a scene from this movie
referenced by Tosh
seen among ERod's DVD collection
Kevin Smith says the film was even better than "The Dark Knight Rises"
Personal Respondsibility has a Christian Bale cough
Morgan Freeman says that people thought Christopher Nolan couldn't top himself after the film
"At least I don't look like a cross-dressing Joker cosplayer."
DVD cover shown.
Dana wears a Joker T-shirt.
Panda "forgets about it"
Sam Worthington references the Batman movies
Christian Bale as Batman is mentioned.
Poster shown when Hewy discusses super-hero movies
Title mentioned while introducing Gary Oldman
Panda mentions Nolan directing "The Dark Knight"
Hewy compares Heath Ledger's Joker to Mark Hamil's
Conan and Nathan Fillion discus Christian Bale's Batman voice
DVD case is seen
"Why so serious?"
Mentions that Freddy talks similar to Batman in The Dark Knight
Imagery from the film appears in this short
Abed buys an "extended extended" edition of "The Dark Knight" on DVD that has been autographed by Christian Bale.
Jon is seen wearing a cartoon imaged version of Heath Ledger's portrayal as The Joker
Mentioned by Kevin Smith
Jaden says Batman's catchphrase "I'm Batman!" while hiding behind a gargoyle.
Kyle mentions the film in a conversation with Paul
Joseph Gordon-Levitt says that Heath Ledger's Joker is his favorite Batman villain
The Heath Ledger Joker appears in the "Benjamin Batman" skit.
Tom asks Ben, who is dressed up as Batman, "Why so serious?"
A poster is briefly visibile in one scene.
mentions that it was shot in Chicago
One of the suits that Frey tries on is exactly like Batman's new suit.
Critic tries to imitate Christian Bale's Batman
Referenced in dialogue
Buck points out an actor from this movie
it's pointed out that Christopher Nolan directed both this and Inception
Critic imagines John Wayne playing The Joker
Heath Ledger's Joker mentioned
When Lester kisses Kendra after her "makeover", her makeup makes him appear as Heath Ledger's Joker
Michael Jai White talks about him working with Heath Ledger in the film
mentions films with obscure but believeable atmospheres
Halloweenie has a Joker costume
the writer of Unborn co-wrote this film
The Dark Knight and Popeye
Jose has the Joker T-shirt
Title mentioned while introducing Gary Oldman
"Why so serious, gorgeous?"
Referenced in dialogue
Movie poster in background
The caption for Christopher Nolan's interview notes that he wrote and directed this film
Christy mentions that Christopher Nolan directed the film
Referenced when discussing how the audience wanted a more grown-up comic book movie as opposed to what they got with Spider-Man 3.
movie is reviewed
Conan O'Brien introduces actor Aaron Eckhart and mentions this movie
Mentioned as "the new Batman movie coming out in 2008"
Poster is shown.
Batman memorabilia collector has a life-size replica statue of Heath Ledger as The Joker on display.
Alfred and Batmobile are mentioned in relation to Michael Caine
Screenplay by David S. Goyer
Benny resembles The Joker from The Dark Knight, similar dialogue, the player can suggest to him to play all sides against each other and to mess up all of their plans, to which Benny replies "now you're talking" just like the scene in which Dent lets chance decide the fate of the Joker , who doesn't seem to mind that his life may end and appears to enjoy the situation, just like Benny again.
Brett says Inception is Nolan's first film since Dark Knight
DiNozzo compares speaking pattern to Christian Bale's gruff muttering in the film
During the 4 Horsemens first show, Thaddeus (Morgan Freeman) is told by an Asian usher to give up his recording device, and then starts using a second one. A nod to the trick Lucius Fox, played by the same actor, uses when visiting Lau in Hong Kong
Brett (concerning Iron Man): "Easy Dark Knight nerds, I said 'arguably'."
Referenced among good comic book movies
Paul buys his first porn video, entitled 'Assman Begins: The Hard Night.'
One of the face camo patterns resembles the Joker's make-up
Mentioned by Pierce
Subject of a $5,000 question
A convention attendee seen dress up as Heath Leadger Joker.
Subject of a $50,000 question
Subject of a $4,000 question
Subject of a $200 clue in the category "Oscars Since 2000"
"Who hasn't seen The Dark Knight yet?... What is wrong with you?"
"Batman 3: Revenge of the Joker" is listed as a Best Picture nominee in the "Access Hollywood" segment.
poster in parking garage scene
Reference to Christian Bale as Batman
Katie Couric mentions the film when asked to name 5 Morgan Freeman movies
Ben reads out an internet post suggesting that Nicola looks like Heath Ledger's Joker.
A movie poster for the Blu-Ray copy of the movie is seen in the dorm room of the opening sequence.
Dark Knight version of the Joker halloween costume.
Included in a $2,000 question
In the cold opening, President Obama (Fred Armisen) mentions photoshopped pictures of him as the Joker.
Brett says Christopher Nolan directed this movie
One of Comic Book Guy's online acquaintances goes by the name "The Dork Knight."
A Comic-Con conventiongoer has a Joker costume.
Mentioned by Naomi
incorrect response to $100 question
Ellen pretends she is now dating Christopher Nolan because of this film.
On #2 There is a poster in the background with someone who looks like Batman on it and is labled 'Coming Soon'
Ellen says the villan has 'Joker-like glee'
Mentioned by David during a discussion of the best movies of 2008.
Van Nieuwkerk says Heath Ledger won the Oscar for this film.
In one of the dream sequences, Ariadne (Ellen Page) references blowing up a hospital, a nod to The Dark Knight, which was also directed by Christopher Nolan
Jim and Jeff discuss (at length) how great the film was, and especially Heath Ledger's performance in it
Chanda applies make-up on Dev's face that resembles Joker's.
Harry mentioned the movie.
Its poster is seen in Sid's room in "Wake Up Sid"
Joke on Weekend Update
It is mentioned by Hoda (Michaela Watkins) during the "Today" segment.
Jakob Stegelmann mentions the film in his review of Batman: Gotham Knight (2008) (V)
Referenced during Weekend Update
Rey Mysterio dresses up like the Joker.
Nerd does a quick impression of Christian Bale's Batman voice
The final dialogue about the naked man reminds the one about Batman at the end of "The Dark Knight"
On Halloween, Creed, Kevin & Dwight all dress up as the Joker
Referenced on Weekend Update
This film is mentioned during talk about Ledger.
mentioned on message board during end credits
Mentioned on Weekend Update
Director Sam Mendes has spoken in several interviews how the film's tone, themes, and atmosphere served as inspiration behind the production.
movie poster in the street
"Ledger Joins Bat Pack" (paper article title)
Bartender talks about the upcoming Batman Movie
recalling the different Jokers throughout Bat history
Clip included in montage of Aaron Eckhart films
Critic has Batman take the blame for one of David's actions
DVD release reviewed + footage used
Critic inserts Dan Aykroyd's voice over Christian Bale's.
compares character relationships in this trilogy
Jakob Stegelmann presents the result for Troldspejlet's website poll "Best Live Action Super-Hero Movie" + clip shown
movie is reviewed
Jakob Stegelmann presents the film as a nominee for the poll "Best Live Action Super-Hero Movie" + clip shown
Documentary about this title's star
Linkara compares Alfred to Brooks
Footage samples from the film appear in this short
A short clip is shown on television
Joker's ultimatum is played over the hostage video from Star Trek V.
Clip shown from Hans Zimmer's early work.
Christian Bale takes the #1 top movie superhero
Taking #1 on the user poll of the best movies of 2001-2010
demonstrating the exaggeration of Batman's voice
The Dark Knight is the #2 Best Action Film.
a clip is shown in a montage of Aaron Eckhart films
Discussed and clips shown in part 2.
The Joker is one of the Critic's finalists
Heath Ledger takes #7 top villain in movies
Clips from this movie are shown.
The Joker's "Why So Serious" is dubed over the assassin
Clips are shown
Reviewed, clips shown.
Clips of mistakes shown
clips used as demonstration of Sound Editing and Sound Mixing
Clips shown for the re-review.
Clips shown for the review.
Clips shown when it is announced that this movie was No. 1 in a viewer's poll on the best movies of 2008.
Footage is shown when Ellen discusses movie adaptations of graphic novels
Clips from the film are shown during the ceremony.
Contains footage from the film "The Dark Knight" (Harvey Dent flashback)
features clips from this film.
features clips from this film.
Clip shown after Heath Ledger announced as winner.
The entire episode lampoons the Christopher Nolan Batman trilogy. Film also mentioned in the episode's title.
Dark Knight at the Museum is a spoof of this movie.
Spoofs the movie in porn.
Several scenes parody the film.
Alternate Ending parody
In addition to the reoccurence of the line "Who is the Hatman?" and differing opinions regarding the morals and existence of Hatman, there is also the inclusion of the man credited as "Aaron Eckhart" saying that he has never liked the Hatman.
The Joker is spoofed in a short take.
Title and many plot elements spoofed
Tawni quotes Heath Ledger's adaptation of The Joker, after an unusually clumsy makeover
Two-Face begins to offer more than a 50/50 chance with things.
Batman struggles with his mode of transportation
The Coon and Mysterion's gruff voice, the music, plot of a villain threatening to blow up a hospital if a hero doesn't reveal his identity