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The Batman is a movie starring Andy Serkis, Robert Pattinson, and Colin Farrell. The plot is unknown.

Colin Farrell, Robert Pattinson, Andy Serkis, Zoë Kravitz
Drama, Crime, Action
Matt Reeves

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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Drama, Crime, Action
Director Matt Reeves
Writer Matt Reeves, Bob Kane, Mattson Tomlin, Bill Finger
Stars Colin Farrell, Robert Pattinson, Andy Serkis, Zoë Kravitz
Country USA
Also Known As Untitled Batman Reboot, Batman, 蝙蝠俠
Description The plot is unknown.

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Thursday, 17 Sep 2020 21:36

It's been awhile since I watched the first Batman, which I found to be a quite enjoyable movie. In fact, I'm not quite sure if I could classify it as a superhero movie because it doesn't really have an edge to it. I really liked the idea behind the movie, but the execution wasn't nearly good enough to make the movie worth watching. However, the movie did have one big redeeming feature: It had a great soundtrack. I was much more involved with the movie after listening to the soundtrack. One of the better songs, "We're All Together", has a great harmony between the piano and the piano-guitar, which makes it more than fun to listen to. The soundtrack was also the reason I give the movie a 7. The bad points of the movie: The writing was a little weak. The director didn't do his homework as far as characterization was concerned. I had absolutely no reason to care about Bruce Wayne at all. His character is weak and can't really be connected to. The fight sequences and action scenes were much like the first movie, which were quite enjoyable. However, the action was much weaker than what I'd expect in the next movie, which is not a good sign for the sequel. The pacing of the movie was quite a bit slower than what I'd expect. I was able to predict the next scene way too easily. It's also quite frustrating to see the film get into a certain direction and then have to go backwards, because there's just not much else to give the movie. The ending was disappointing. The Dark Knight Rises is a decent movie, but it's not a great one. I've given it an average rating because I'm not sure if I'd even consider it worth watching the movie again.
Saturday, 05 Sep 2020 20:58

When this film was released, I was really hoping that it would be a good movie. I knew that after Tim Burton's Batman trilogy, and Christopher Nolan's Batman films, it would be hard for people to be able to say they were disappointed with what the previous films had given them. In the year 2000, Batman would be given a new direction and this was the next step of his story and his legacy. It was a really good movie, if not a great one. But for me, it wasn't too good, but it was a good movie. I think that this film was the perfect choice for a person who isn't a Batman fan. Batman is an extremely popular character that has been around for a very long time, and it's hard to say that there's nothing people could enjoy about it. It's so popular that it can't help but have a few cliches, and that's something that I don't mind. It's the reason why I don't mind that people complain about Batman, I don't mind that there's nothing to watch for the first hour or so of the movie, I just don't mind when there's a few, I don't mind when it's a cliche of some kind, I just don't like it. I would have enjoyed this movie more if I was watching it in the 70's or 80's, but that doesn't matter, because there's something for everybody out there. This movie is a good film, I recommend it to people who are interested in Batman, but not for Batman fans. I also recommend this film to people who love movies that have a dark, twisted, or just evil tone, because that's what this movie has. It's an awesome film that I would recommend to anyone. I give this film a 7/10.
Sunday, 05 Jul 2020 01:04

What really made this film work for me was the dynamic that Tim Burton created between Alfred and Bruce Wayne. Alfred's simple sense of loyalty towards Bruce is what gives him credibility when Bruce's feelings towards Alfred are ambiguous, like when Alfred is asked by Harvey Dent if he's working for the GCPD. This is the only time that Alfred shows himself to be truly loyal to Bruce, at the end of the film when Alfred gives Bruce his promise that they'll be together. The relationship between Alfred and Bruce develops by the director's eyes, and I think that's why Burton's character of Batman is so appealing. The origin of Batman is written well, as Bruce Wayne was already a pretty big name in Gotham City, but when he realizes that Batman will be the 'people's hero', he doesn't want the responsibility that he has. He wishes to leave Gotham City behind. This attitude gives him a responsibility that he feels he can't accept. As an aside, I really like that this is the first film in the series that I've seen that is entirely CGI-based. The cinematography of the film is very good, as the shots are very well made, and the scene where Alfred was being tortured by Harvey Dent gives the impression that the film is shot in a computer, and not at all an analogue camera. These things add to the authenticity of the film. However, I feel that the film was somewhat predictable in its story and the character of Batman. The dialogue between Alfred and Bruce is not memorable, and the final confrontation between Alfred and Batman feels a little trite. But I really enjoyed this film, and I would recommend it to anyone who enjoys dark, twisted, comic books.
Thursday, 18 Jun 2020 07:10

The Dark Knight Returns: Batman tries to prove himself to Gotham, but his trusty side kick becomes a menace to the city. Gotham City falls to the force of darkness, Batman finds himself framed and seeks help from his ally Harvey Dent to restore his honor and face his past. DC Comics co-publisher Jim Lee told the story and directed with a handheld camera for the first time on the big screen. While the use of the handheld approach takes some getting used to, it's a great choice and the filmmakers continue to expand the DC Universe by including both smaller and larger scale stories. For the first time in a while, I really liked The Dark Knight Returns. The story is full of suspense and tension. Every time I've seen a Batman movie, I've felt that the villains were even more scary. The film is very dark and gritty, and we don't get a lot of laughs. But this is what the comic books deserve. The acting was great from the returning cast. Christian Bale is so perfect for the Batman role. He was believable and a very good hero. Gary Oldman was amazing. The two together really give this film the dramatic tension and scary moments. Morgan Freeman did great in the voice of Commissioner Gordon. Tommy Lee Jones is an amazing villain. We get to see Bane, Catwoman and the Penguin. I really love the Penguin and the villains in this film. The Joker is absolutely the greatest villain in the entire series. He makes his appearance in a whole new way. He was creepy and violent. It was terrifying how he terrorized Gotham City. The CGI is fantastic. The movement of the Batmobile is especially amazing and the plane scene is fantastic. The dialogue is phenomenal and has to be said, Michael Keaton does an excellent job as Batman. The costumes were great. The batsuit was impressive and the bats and their wings and bat-suits made it a great costume. The movie is a bit too long. But I understand it is trying to balance Batman and the Justice League, so it was okay. But it could have been shorter and that's what I want. I love Batman and The Dark Knight Returns. It's one of my favorites and I can't wait to see the next film!
Wednesday, 17 Jun 2020 21:40

I came in to this film completely blind to the expectations on that I might not enjoy it. I watched it thinking it was going to be mindless and empty from beginning to end. I was right about that, but it was also good. I think it really does say something about the black community and the hate and fear they had to deal with throughout their lives. I thought the story was funny and well done. I thought it was extremely moving and for the most part well done. But, I would say that the ending is a bit out of left field. Although I do agree with the director, as well as many of the people I spoke with who mentioned this film when it was over, I didn't think the ending was really believable, especially considering that the majority of the film is based on the fights. In fact, I didn't think it was all that believable that Batman had to come to the prison, find the Scarecrow, and beat him to a pulp. The reason I say that is because it wasn't realistic. It was unrealistic to expect Batman to have all the answers and come right out of the force and make everything look like he just did it. Batman is a vigilante, it doesn't mean he has to run around the streets and take out any person that could be of help. I understand this is what the film was focusing on and it's all about the "fear" of the citizens and fear, but, I don't think the film really did a great job of showing this. Batman really does have to come to the conclusion that the only way to stop Scarecrow is to use him, as the end point of the film shows. I think the ending is more believable then when Batman was alone, trying to come to the conclusion about who Scarecrow was. I think the film shows the belief that people have when they are talking to Batman and when they don't, that they are trying to convince themselves that they are the only one who can do the right thing. I think the film does a great job of showing the fear that people have when they aren't talking to Batman, and the fear that Scarecrow has when he isn't talking to Batman. Overall, I think the film is good and does give a good representation of how life for the blacks was like during that era.

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