5/01/2014

I love the voice of Bane in The Dark Knight Rises. It's a wonderful mass of contradictions: powerful yet distorted, eloquent yet brutal, and almost every line he said is quotable and memorable. That's why I found this Bane Soundboard a joy to play with. You can play dozens of Bane's lines from the movie at will. You could also prank call people with it, but of course, we would never suggest such a thing. (This Bane Soundboard is for entertainment purposes only, The Geek Twins are not responsible for any damage or injury caused by the use of said soundboard, void where prohibited, some restrictions apply.) Click on the image below or this link to visit the soundboard.

What's your favorite Bane quote from The Dark Knight Rises?

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9 comments:

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

I think I'd use the 'We both know I have to kill you now' at work. Often.

Pat Dilloway said...

When I actually listened to the radio in the morning they would make prank calls with "drops" as they called it. There was a really funny one when they called Hooters using Ahhh-nold drops from "Kindergarten Cop." Samuel L Jackson from "Pulp Fiction" was another good one. Although if you tried to use these Bane ones on a phone (especially a cell phone) they might come out too distorted for anyone to understand.

Tony Laplume said...

I loved Hardy's voice for Bane. But I'm a big Tom Hardy fan. I love Dark Knight Rises more and more as a whole, and Bane is a huge reason why.

DAVID WALSTON said...

Daggett: You stay right there. I'm in charge here. Bane: Do you feel in charge? Daggett: I've paid you a small fortune. Bane: And this gives you power over me?

Nigel Mitchell said...

Love that exchange. My favorite line is one that almost no one references: "And like shipwrecked men turning to sea water from uncontrollable thirst, many have died trying." I just love the way he delivers it, emphasizing "uncontrollable thirst."

Nigel Mitchell said...

I thought Hardy's best was in "Bronson," but this was a close second

Nigel Mitchell said...

Good point, it's muffled enough as is without a phone getting in the way

Nigel Mitchell said...

That line should be attached to a button you could keep on your desk

Tony Laplume said...

If you haven't, you really need to see "Warrior." Best movie of 2011.

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