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Old 07-01-2008, 01:38 AM   #766
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In Philly, we would say "What's the matter?" or more accurately "What's a matter?" as opposed to "What's the trouble?" or "What's wrong?"
Yeah, I'd use "what's the matter?" too. I guess "wot's thuh mattuh?"
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Damn fucking right it would.

There were rumors that he'd replace Heath Ledger in a sequel to The Dark Knight if The Joker's character were to appear again, out of respect. I'm fairly torn on the idea, true or not, but it's pretty damn cool.

D-Day's last real mainstream film, Last of the Mohicans, is pretty enjoyable.
I'd prefer they not use The Joker at all, but if they must, who'd be better than DDL?
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I just found this. Would have saved me time: a full guide to Philly pronunciations:

The Philadelphia Accent
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Yeah, I'd use "what's the matter?" too. I guess "wot's thuh mattuh?"
What's tha Madder for me phonetically
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I'd prefer they not use The Joker at all, but if they must, who'd be better than DDL?
I don't mind, since this Batman series is completely different than the previous four. But yeah, if that were to happen, he's the best guy for the part.

The problem with most comic book films is that they feel like they "have to" kill the villain by the end, especially if they're trying to establish a franchise. There are only so many characters that would transfer to the screen well, you know?
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What's tha Madder for me phonetically
Because if it's double t's you better believe I'm gonna throw some d's on that bitch
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I'd prefer they not use The Joker at all, but if they must, who'd be better than DDL?
The problem with Batman is that there weren't that many interesting characters. Really the same with all the popular DC characters.
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Also found this helpful instructional video:

YouTube - Philly Accent in Two Minutes
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I just found this. Would have saved me time: a full guide to Philly pronunciations:

The Philadelphia Accent
i wonder if such a page exists for memphis accent
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The problem with Batman is that there weren't that many interesting characters. Really the same with all the popular DC characters.
I've always really liked Two- Face, then the Joker a close (CLOSE) second. After that, I really don't care much for Batman. I'm more of a Spidey fan
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i wonder if such a page exists for memphis accent
I found a page with a 50 year old woman born and raised in Chicago speaking to demonstrate the accent. God I hope I don't sound like that woman
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The problem with Batman is that there weren't that many interesting characters. Really the same with all the popular DC characters.
I beg to differ, Batman's probably got the best rogue's gallery out of any superhero, apart from Spiderman:

The Joker - my favorite supervillain
Two-Face
Catwoman
The Riddler
The Penguin
Ra's Al Ghul
Mr. Freeze
Scarecrow
Man-Bat

Plus the mob villains were pretty cool. That's just off the top of my head.
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I found a page with a 50 year old woman born and raised in Chicago speaking to demonstrate the accent. God I hope I don't sound like that woman
chicaaaaaaaahhhhhhhgooooooo?
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Ax, Romena's theme is pretty brilliant. And the intro to Heroine is beautiful.

I'm in love already...hope this isn't the high point of the album
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