Obviously I am a huge fan of Chritopher Nolan’s Dark Knight Trilogy. This was just one of those priceless scenes. I thought that casting Cillian Murphy as Dr Jonathan Crane/The Scarecrow was absolutely ingenious – he was everything the role needed to be. However, to see the cocky doctor doused with his own fear gas and terrified beyond his wits was something to see, and his reply was just perfect.

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12 thoughts on “Sporadic Scene: Batman Begins (2005) – The Doctor Isn’t In

  1. theipc says:

    Dear JB,

    Love it : )

    Love,

    SC

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    1. Zoë says:

      Dear Chop,

      Why thank you!

      Love,

      IJB

      Liked by 1 person

  2. Any scene from Batman Begins is a classic!

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    1. Zoë says:

      🙂 I couldn’t agree more!

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  3. Tom says:

    Oh that part is just so good. Gives great evidence as to Cillian Murphy’s emotional depth. He couldn’t look more petrified here.

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    1. Zoë says:

      I freaking LOVE Cillian Murphy. That man is so underrated.

      Like

  4. caragale says:

    Oh HELL yes. You can never, ever go wrong with a Batman Sporadic Scene. 😀 I adore Cillian Murphy in this role, and I LOVE that he gets a little cameo in the other two! They just introduced young Crane on Gotham and I’m terrible because I can’t help being like “YOU’RE NO CILLIAN MURPHY, YOU POSER.” Hahaha.

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    1. Zoë says:

      😀 I think we are of the same mind there hehehehe. Murphy is just awesome everywhere. Bwahahahaha, we call that loyalty and attachment 😉

      Liked by 1 person

  5. table9mutant says:

    Cillian Murphy has such freaky eyes. They’re cool, though! 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Zoë says:

      But they’re so purdy!

      Liked by 1 person

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