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Originally released in theatres on March 4, The Batman is the latest movie in the Batman film franchise, set during Batman's second year of crime-fighting. In the movie, Batman investigates The Riddler – a serial killer who leaves riddles at the scenes of his crimes to taunt police. Working alongside Jim Gordon, Batman must use his detective skills to unravel the mystery behind The Riddler before he can eliminate his next target – Bruce Wayne.

The Batman has received excellent reviews, with praise for its tone, storytelling and emphasis on Batman's detective abilities. Robert Pattinson stars as Bruce Wayne/Batman and is joined by Paul Dano as The Riddler, Jeffrey Wright as Jim Gordon, Zoë Kravitz as Selina Kyle and Colin Farrell as Oswald Cobblepot.

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    • I don't want to see Matt Reeves Batman franchise become part of the DCEU. I like Batman as a separate character by himself in a more grounded world.
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    • Variety heard that they were looking to incorporate this Batman in the broader DC film franchise expansion

      https://variety.com/2022/film/news/batm ... 235460483/

      Gunn tweets nope

      https://twitter.com/JamesGunn/status/16 ... 1045848072

      So it's a cohesive, interconnected narrative but the billion dollar Phillips Joker and critically acclaimed Reeves Wayne get carve outs?
      Maybe Joker ends after the musical sequel and perhaps Reeves also naturally ends after a trilogy (those Max spin off shows might also have run their course by the end of a Reeves trilogy)
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    • I can agree with everyone that this doesn't compare to the Nolan trilogy, but what an unfair comparison 😝

      When compared to Batfleck, or to Batsuit nipples, this was much better. Honestly I think people forget that Batman Begins had issues too and did seem a bit too long and boring. The series got better though, and I'd argue the second film made the series good mostly because of Heath Ledger's performance as The Joker (best Joker ever). Tom Hardy's Bane helped it finish strong.
      Christian Bale was a decent Batman, but when the supporting cast was not quite as intriguing (like in Batman Begins), the movies seem much weaker and less interesting. If the sequel can fix that issue, this series can get better.
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    • 7/10 is what I would rate it too. It tries too hard, and is 45 minutes too long.

      I'm not upset I watched it, but doesn't hold a candle to the Nolan Batman trilogy.
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    • The Christopher Nolan Batman movies are much better.

      In the Pattison Batman, many characters and villains have no charisma, and some have no build up or no reason to care what happens to them
      since they either are, not interesting, or are just there to be a minor plot device.

      I'd give The Batman a 7/10. Still better than the Joakim Phoenix Joker movie at least.
      7/10 for me as well. Movie looked great, but amazingly for 3 hours there was barely any character development and most of the characters were kind of boring.
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    • I watched it last night. It felt a bit long and contrived at some points, but still worth a watch. I didn't mind Robert Pattinson as Batman, definitely more emo than previous versions but by the end of the movie it was nice to see the turn in his character.
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    • After watching it, it reinforced my belief that it was a crappy decision all around regarding this movie: shitty lead, shitty villain, shitty director, shitty premise and shitty car. I’m not sure what I really liked about the movie.
      well you'll love this fan made adam west trailer for it

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6B90ic2iKDo
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    • After watching it, it reinforced my belief that it was a crappy decision all around regarding this movie: shitty lead, shitty villain, shitty director, shitty premise and shitty car. I’m not sure what I really liked about the movie.
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    • The Christopher Nolan Batman movies are much better.

      In the Pattison Batman, many characters and villains have no charisma, and some have no build up or no reason to care what happens to them
      since they either are, not interesting, or are just there to be a minor plot device.

      I'd give The Batman a 7/10. Still better than the Joakim Phoenix Joker movie at least.
      What do you guys think?


      Ultimately it depends. But is 9 too young regardless of maturity level?
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    • its not really a very batman movie that kids under 9 are used too. The whole movie didn't even need to have a batman or his gadgets so for some young kids it might feel boring.
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    • Depends on the kids in question and what they currently watch. Some of the stuff with The Riddler gets pretty intense but not much more so than what we get in some police procedurals and crime dramas on TV, some of which outdoes The Batman. In terms of the violence, it's no more graphic than a lot of action movies, probably just a bit more 'grounded' than what's in a lot of modern superhero films. If the kids watched the Nolan Batman movies they should be fine watching this new film.
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    • I think most kids who are used to MCU superhero movies will find this painfully boring. It's more of a dark, gritty, serial killer / crime thriller than a live-action comic book summer blockbuster thrill ride. Also, given that the movie is rated PG-13, I'd pass on it with kids under 13.
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    • bigger issue would be a 9-10 year old being able to pay attention for the full 3 hours of this boring movie
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    • Maybe when they are 10 or so.
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    • What do you guys think?


      Ultimately it depends. But is 9 too young regardless of maturity level?
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    • He basically only goes out at night and it never appears to be sunny in Gotham City, so the poor boy has to be pale as a newt!
      Still think he's a vampire perhaps?

      I find the guy a little creepy TBH :D
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    • ~$90!
      I hear books.com.tw is a little cheaper but I'll have to browse around to check.
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    • Started watching this and I’m interested.


      It isn’t my wifey’s cup of tea but I’m intrigued.


      Only seen up to Batman with Catwoman infiltrating the club but so far, interesting.


      Definitely more of a detective story vs a super hero movie but I’m good with that.
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    • Robert Pattinson was so pale in the movie, they should have been named it Batman: Twilight Knight.
      He basically only goes out at night and it never appears to be sunny in Gotham City, so the poor boy has to be pale as a newt!
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    • https://youtu.be/STynLl-2FqU

      Honestly this doesn't get talked about enough, but the cinematography in The Batman is beautiful, purposeful, and actually very thoughtful. And it's not like any "superhero" film to date. Because it's basically a noir film.

      I love the shallow field of view of a lot of the shots, and learning that the filmmakers de-tuned their lenses to ensure softer edge focus in contrast to the centre focus makes so much sense now.

      The batmobile chase is another instance where they went beyond what I expected from this movie. Did you know that the crew actually filmed it using modified Helios 44-2 lenses? These are cheap, ubiquitous Russian lenses from like the 70s that many photography nerds own for the special bokeh qualities it can provide (I own one and can confirm). It's cool to think that the director and cinematographer went to some of these lengths to get the shots they wanted. I hope they win awards for this.
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    • I just don't think it works overall. I like comic book movies, but I never read comic books, so I just look at them as movies period. I have zero invested from the comic book side. I have no idea what "Earth One" means.

      To be honest, I'm a little surprised it got the amount of box office receipts it did. I guess this movie just wasn't for me.

      BTW, I think the role of Catwoman was almost superfluous to this movie, and the same goes for Penguin. However, I guess they're setting these characters up for the next movie. I did like the portrayal of Penguin though. Catwoman, not so much.
      I also disliked the Catwoman characterization, I expected the common formula: beautiful face, or perhaps a voluptuous actress, or maybe a strong, athletic presence. Or the three of them.

      zoe kravitz is short and looks tiny compared to some of these thugs, but somehow, she is stronger than all, she beats them all in very artificial fighting sequences.

      Casting is one of the most difficult things to do, and nobody is happy at the end, but this was a bad choice.

      In other words... If I never see this Catwoman again, I would not miss her at all.

      I thought the Riddler's characterization was very interesting (not cartoonish), Batman was oK, Penguin was great, and John Turturro as Carmine Falcone should have had more screentime.
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    • I just don't think it works overall. I like comic book movies, but I never read comic books, so I just look at them as movies period. I have zero invested from the comic book side. I have no idea what "Earth One" means.

      To be honest, I'm a little surprised it got the amount of box office receipts it did. I guess this movie just wasn't for me.

      BTW, I think the role of Catwoman was almost superfluous to this movie, and the same goes for Penguin. However, I guess they're setting these characters up for the next movie. I did like the portrayal of Penguin though. Catwoman, not so much.
      You don't really have to know what Earth One is - that was just a response to the other poster who talked about other source material, and I think a lot of this pull from that. It's basically a slightly different take on the origin story.
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    • Completely underwhelmed by the movie. It took me 4-5 sessions to finish it coz I just could not latch on to the story.
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    • If you look at this as an alternate origin story than what we've seen before (just like Earth One), I think it works better.
      I just don't think it works overall. I like comic book movies, but I never read comic books, so I just look at them as movies period. I have zero invested from the comic book side. I have no idea what "Earth One" means.

      To be honest, I'm a little surprised it got the amount of box office receipts it did. I guess this movie just wasn't for me.

      BTW, I think the role of Catwoman was almost superfluous to this movie, and the same goes for Penguin. However, I guess they're setting these characters up for the next movie. I did like the portrayal of Penguin though. Catwoman, not so much.
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    • 😥

      The problem for me is the abundance of great source material, and how the movie did not really delivered much of anything. Also, the casting and characterization of Catwoman let me down. Also, the vehicles sucked (cars and motorcycles).

      People already posted the comics, The Long Halloween, and I was thinking Batman: Zero Year, Year one, Year Two. Tons of ideas right there.
      I do think there's a lot of the comic Batman: Earth One in this movie, including the characterization of Alfred as less of a butler-type and more of a secret service security guard and mentor... A guy who was unexpectedly thrust with this big responsibility of taking care of a kid he isn't even related to and had no connection to.

      If you look at this as an alternate origin story than what we've seen before (just like Earth One), I think it works better. This Batman needs a psychiatrist and therapy... He's stuck in stage two of the five stages of grief, angry, jaded and he just doesn't have yet the right type of mentorship to get him where he needs to be to help Gotham properly. A need for vengeance makes him reckless, less methodical. And it isn't until later in the movie where he's actually told that he can use his wealth and stature to be someone the city needs, instead of the recluse he currently is. Imagine if prince charming was raised by a mercenary or pirate instead of by a King, Queen and their royal servants... Because that's the guy we have to begin this movie.

      All of that is even reflected in his batsuit, his choice of vehicles, etc...
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      The problem for me is the abundance of great source material, and how the movie did not really delivered much of anything. Also, the casting and characterization of Catwoman let me down. Also, the vehicles sucked (cars and motorcycles).

      People already posted the comics, The Long Halloween, and I was thinking Batman: Zero Year, Year one, Year Two. Tons of ideas right there.

      The music was great to set the tone, but then I realized that the main theme is a remix of Darth Vader / Star Wars' The Imperial March. LOL.

      John Williams should sue them.


      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y5i2QlCKITU
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    • Robert Pattinson was so pale in the movie, they should have been named it Batman: Twilight Knight.
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    • Paul Dano was awesome but seemed underused. I found the movie slow and overly melodramatic, with lacklustre fight and action scenes.

      Overall I was not too enthused with this movie. 3/5.
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    • IMHO this one was one of the worse Batman movies. It was simply........ boring, until the last 1/4 or so. Compare this to the last Batman or Joker, no contest.
      Is it worse than Joel Schumacher's Batman films? Lol
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    • IMHO this one was one of the worse Batman movies. It was simply........ boring, until the last 1/4 or so. Compare this to the last Batman or Joker, no contest.
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    • I love that smile when he's tasering the guy. And the scene when he says, "To the Batmobile," later followed by the mixing of the themes. Incredible work by these guys.

      There's the pre-video of them discussing the idea. Good little snippet of how The Bat-Man went from being all dark to the camp Batman.
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    • the movie was ok .. not anywhere near as good as the last three with Christian bale and villains.. Joker , Bane, Harvey Dent, etc... No contest!.
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    • I also felt the movie was kind of meh. It was ok I guess, but it lost my interest several times. I'm not sure you needed 3 hours to tell that story.

      Definitely didn't enjoy it as much as the first time I watched batman begins or any of the nolan movies.

      I'd rather watch a standalone batfleck movie :)
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    • I thought it was good, just not great. I understand the detective aspect and how it was a different movie compared to the other films, but I found it to be too slow in some parts yet over the top in others.

      Agree they could have done so much more with the Penguin and even the Riddler for the most part. I was originally looking forward to seeing other villains besides the Joker but in the end, felt let down and underwhelmed.

      Maybe my expectations were set a little too high. Would give it 7 out of 10. Not higher. And unlike other superhero films, I can't see myself bothering to watch this one again.
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