What does Joker say in The Dark Knight?

What does Joker say in The Dark Knight?

Whatever Doesn’t Kill You
“Whatever Doesn’t Kill You.” Warner Bros. Joker’s very first lines in the film are a wonderful encapsulation of his character, uttered as he robs a bank: “I believe, whatever doesn’t kill you, simply makes you… stranger.”

Does the Joker have a catchphrase?

He doesn’t have much of a catchphrase; he doesn’t have the attention span for it. But he does have dozens and dozens of wonderful one-liners he’s used when killing. One of my favorites was when he was on a talkshow with one of his psychiatrists— after having tricked him into thinking he was reformed.

What mental illness does the Dark Knight Joker have?

antisocial personality disorder
Psychologically he appears to suffer from antisocial personality disorder, which is evident by his hasty behavior and lack of disregard to others. He does not have a relationship with his parents or relatives. The only social relationships he does have are those with thugs and delinquents.

What is the dark knight message?

The story of every hero (and every villain) in Dark Knight unfolds in the tragedy of Harvey Dent’s tale. There is no goodness without corruption, no order without chaos, and no justice without crime. We can only hope for fictional stories of pure, untainted goodness to sustain us through the dark, ambiguous times.

What does Joker really want?

That’s what the Joker wants. The Joker and Batman are each trying to prove a point to society – and really to us, the readers. The Joker wants Batman to kill him because he perfectly embodies chaos and anarchy and wants to prove a point to everyone that people are basically more chaotic than orderly.

Why did Joker say why so serious?

That’s the Joker. “Why so serious?” is just another way of him commenting on Batman’s seriousness. But Heath Ledger did was able to sum it all up in one sentence instead of needing a back-and-forth with Christian Bale.

What is the moral of The Dark Knight?

The strong moral component of Batman’s character is not to kill another person. No one, yes, no one was able to digress Batman from his morals and values. Everyone is afraid of something or the other. The only way we can go ahead in life is by overcoming that fear.

What is the main point of The Dark Knight?

According to Wikipedia, the main theme of The Dark Knight is escalation, such that each event lead to an escalation that results from the choices Batman and James Gordon make.

What is Joker trying to prove?

The Joker — a mysterious man with an unclear backstory, who’s latched himself onto a mob syndicate to fund a series of twisted, grandiose social experiments — wants to prove that the rotten core of Gotham is a product of its citizens. As he says earlier in the film, “their morals, their code, it’s a bad joke.

Why is Joker saying we live in a society?

The “we live in a society” line itself comes from a meme on social media that’s typically tied to the Joker. Its use in the film didn’t make sense when the trailer released, given the context of the scene wasn’t known, but now it seems it had no real purpose outside of promoting the Snyder Cut.

What do you get when you cross a mentally ill loner?

Joker: What you get when you cross a mentally ill loner with a society that abandons him and treats him like trash.