Batman (4/5) Movie CLIP – Dance With the Devil (1989) HD

Batman (4/5) Movie CLIP – Dance With the Devil (1989) HD


I know who you are. Let me tell you about
this guy I know, jack. Mean kid. Bad seed. Hurt people. I like him already. Now you know
the problem was… He got sloppy. You know? Crazy. He started to lose it. He had a head full
of bad wiring, I guess. Couldn’t keep it
straight up here. He was the kind of guy Who couldn’t
hear the train Until it was 2 feet
from him. Hmm. You know what happened
to this guy, jack? Well… He made mistakes. Then he had
his lights out! Now you want
to get nuts? Come on.
Let’s get nuts. Tell me something,
my friend. You ever danced
with the devil In the pale moonlight? What? I always ask that
of all my prey. I just like
the sound of it. Aah! Aah! Never rub
another man’s rhubarb. Oh, my dear, chin up. Why is it every time
I come for you Somebody always
gets in the way? I’ll need
a moment alone, boys. I’m only laughing
on the outside. My smile
is just skin deep. If you could see inside I’m really crying, You might join me
for a weep.

100 Replies to “Batman (4/5) Movie CLIP – Dance With the Devil (1989) HD”

  1. Even as a kid in 89 I was Wondering what would've happened if joker shot him any place other than the 6'x4' pan

  2. There will never be a more horrifying joker like this one. Well done . Best actor of all times. Still gives me the chills. But love watching it over and over. Very addicting.

  3. The bit where Bruce hits the ornaments with the stick, you see the joker jump and move back a little. My guess he was mildly surprised / scared.

  4. Growing up in NYC they had these Nut Vendor Carts like you have for hot dogs. Through my whole middle school years Every time we saw one which was often my friend would say the “You want to get nuts line.”

  5. Alright Sparky here's the deal.

    R.I.P in peace Robin Williams.

    R.I.P in peace is for comedic effect.

  6. The way he says “what?!” … the expression on his face is perfect… confused… angry… vengeance… like everything else stopped and there was nobody in the room but him and Joker.

  7. Fun Fact: Both Jack Nicholson and Michael Keaton were in relationships with the same woman. A porn star named Rachel Ryan.

  8. Joker: (turns to Vicki while his smile fades a little, whispering at first) Oh, my dear, chin up. (pulls her out of Bob’s grip by the arm) Why is it every time I come for you, somebody always gets in the way?
    That part really inspires me as a writer when it comes to cooking up story ideas.. 🙂

  9. I love Nicholson’s classic humor and charm but at the same time love Ledger’s realism and gritty darkness
    It’s a love-win and love-sin situation for me.

  10. I just realized that pulp fiction totally got Sam L. Jackson's famous line from the joker. Not directly, but it must have been inspired. The joker quotes something poetic and irrelevant right before blasting a guy and then admits he just thought it sounded cool. Exactly the way Sam's character quotes the Bible and then later admits he just thought it would sound cool.

  11. Heath Ledger, Jack Nicholson, Mark Hammel, and Cesar Romero are the best Jokers
    Also Michael Keaton was even crazier than Joker in this scene

  12. Oh no! Bruce Wayne broke The Fourth Wall by naming the actor by his actual name.

  13. The funniest bit of this scene is when Vicki opens the box Joker left and it's some dead flowers but she expected it to be something more dangerous so she faints.

  14. I'm reliving my childhood through these Batman clips. I really need to get the 30th anniversary on Blu Ray!

  15. That look on jokers face right at the start when bruce starts talking, thats the look of "Uh this isn't in the script, but f*ck it lets improvise!"

  16. Why is it in the shining the mane characters name was jack and in this movie his name is still jack like his real name?

  17. Is it just me or does anyone else pick up on when Micheal Keaton yells “Come On!” He sounds exactly like his Beetlejuice character

  18. If I was The Joker and someone talked to me the same way Bruce is talking to The Joker, I'd pull out my derringer and use it too.

  19. Keaton and Bale are the essential Batmen in regards to film (excluding Conroy and West because they both had movies; but their series are tv based).

    Keaton is the better Batman and Bale is the better Bruce Wayne. Keaton played Bruce a little too cold and reserved. On the other hand, Bales portrayal of Batman was often over the top; he didn’t feel as emotionally removed as Batman.

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