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You can’t do much wrong with a Batman movie. This movie is, I don’t know why, 3 hours long! That sounds like a treat, but it wasn’t. There was not much of action going on. The car chase, yes that was great, but was about that.
Robbert as Batman was a bit boring. He has trained a lot for this movie, why? He was quite a quiet batman. That was boring. I watched the movie in 4D x and fell asleep due to the boredom. I thought, when there is action the chair will wake me up and that happened.
I was solidly entertained for all 3 hours. Clever, gritty, character fillled… it’s not quite as sophisticated as the Dark Knight / Rises, but it’s enthralling all the same. Top quality acting from an absolutely fantastic cast. I hope we see more of The Riddler. Paul Dano is something special. The mystery / detective element was very enjoyable.
I’m not a super hero movie fan, but the recent Batman’s and Spider-Man’s are just all round fabulous films. Negatives: Last minutes were pretty “blah”, and prior to that it was getting a bit over sentimental. The old fashioned “Batman knows best” dynamic btw Batman and Catwoman is pretty dated, and actually just a bit creepy. Batman seems vverrryyyy good at solving riddles!
Matt Reeves took this famous superhero into a whole new level where it’s more gritty, darker, more realistic and more grounded. Robert Pattison portrayal as Bruce Wayne and Batman was phenomenal and his performance was excellent, who we see him as a broken man or this vicious angry vigilante who is trying to figure out on how to save Gotham city in the right way and Matt Reeves makes us care about the city that the hero is trying to save. Also Zoe Kravitz portrayal as Selina Kyle or Catwoman was great, and I think she is the best Catwoman that we’ve got so far. Matt Reeves also gave us a detective story that the character deserves, where we see Batman and Jim Gordon working together on solving the riddles.
The action was thrilling, grounded and exciting to look at, they made the fight scene look super realistic and very well choreographed. This is one of the most realistic Batman movie since The Dark Knight. The only problem that I had with the movie is that I got a little dissapointed that we only get to see face to face bewteen Batman and the Riddler for a few times and he didn’t appear in the third act. Still the Riddler is an awesome live action Batman villain.
That’s the worst part I have seen ever for Batman! The casting was extremely bad, no one was persuading in their playing role. The movie was too long and boring. Batman was not using his car or motorcycle as usual for an unknown reason. Many people left the movie before the middle! I wanted to love this so much, but seriously do not try and reboot unless you are going to bring something new to the table. All the actors were actually great but it’s a shame it was tarnished with such an absolutely boring pointless script. Complete waste of 3 hours of my life that I’ll never get back.
TLDR: It’s a good movie, but not one I’ll be buying or watching again. Gotham looks great. Loved the dark, rainy atmosphere throughout. But it lacks edge, plays it safe and ultimately suffers from yet another uninspired, dull and predictable Hollywood script.
THE GOOD: The pacing was good. Certainly didn’t feel like a 3 hour movie. It looks great as I said above. The car chase scene was awesome. Zoë Kravitz was fantastic, as was Paul Dano and the unrecognizable Colin Farrell as the Penguin. Nirvana.
THE BAD: The script. Mostly one dimensional, uninteresting characters. Monotonous and no comic relief whatsoever. I don’t think any character smiled throughout the entire movie. Too long. Score was meh. Some odd casting choices. I love John Turturro but he made no sense here. And I’m sorry, Jeffrey Wright is a good actor but man he’s a bore.
VERDICT: Ultimately I’d say this is the 4th best Batman behind The Dark Knight, The Dark Knight Rises and the original Batman from ’89 (toss up between the last two). And no way it stays at an 8.6 where it currently sits.