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I submit that his motivation is to conduct social experiments to prove himself correct- that at the core people are controlled by their own selfish needs (while he is only controlled by his own delusion of pretentiousness).
He has two men fight to the death with one sharp stick between them.
He gives two boatloads of people the detonator to bombs on the other ship.
He tells Batman that if he [Batman] wants to catch him [the Joker], that he’s going to have to break his One Rule that was brought up at the end of the first movie—to not kill.
I’ve seen them all (and most of them many times) on our cinema projector.
Many of Heath’s portrayals are astonishing, brilliant, dark and profound. His most amazing and fun performances are, in my opinion, Jimmy (, Heath turned down a lot of offers of romantic teenager movies, escaping from his heartthrob image, and turned down blockbuster offers such as Spider-Man: “I started to feel like a bottle of Coke …
Heath got a Best Actor in a Leading Role nomination in the Australian Film Institute for portraying Jimmy.
Right after and always wanted to play Petruchio, and this was the closest thing I could get”. The movie is very patriotic and violent and really depicts life as black & white –a common American feature– (the “good” Americans the “bad” English). on March 8, 2001 and released on May 11, 2001) is a fun movie for teenagers or for watching with your kids.
Before his first big role for the big screen ( came (released in Australia on July 29), an “Australian gangster comedy” (as Heath describes it). , a film “alla Tarantino” and, for some moments, “alla Jim Jarmusch”, was the first movie filmed and based on Kings Cross (Sydney’s red-light district): “It’s something that we haven’t really seen in Australia … we see it on the Godfather, we see them driving around in their Rolls-Royces, but we don’t see the Australian godfathers in their stubby shorts and singlets drinking VBs…”.
Heath plays Jimmy, a hot, tender and simple guy mixed up with the Sydney mafia. The film is funny, strong and cool (with the exception of the “zombie scenes”, which I didn’t like at all), and the director (Gregor Jordan) and cast surrounding Heath (Bryan Brown, David Field and Rose Byrne) are amazing.