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"Batman" director Matt Reeves shows the darkness and horror inside Gotham City before introducing his main character. Reeves first depicts murder, robbery, sabotage, raids and rapes throughout the city, and then Batman, played by Robert Pattinson, emerges from these shadows and uses fear to stop Gotham's crimes, a straightforward solution. For a complex problem.

Batman is very reckless in dealing with crime. He kills members of a gang that looks like the Joker and makes the rest run away. In fact, Batman did not stop the crime in Gotham, but postponed the crime overnight.

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Through the soundtrack to the images, we learn that Bruce Wayne has been walking the streets of Gotham in Batman costume for the past two years, using fear as a tool, and as a result Crime has increased. Twenty years have passed since the murder of his parents. He wants to stop the crime that led to his orphanage, but it seems that Vienna's efforts to fight the city's villains have only had the opposite effect.

Batman is not only the solution to these problems, but also the indirect cause. Gotham's countless problems. We've seen a lot of Batman movies over the past decades, but we've never had a live-action "Batman" with a completely gray character. Reeves begins "Batman" with the city and its corruption and crime, and what makes "Batman" different from other Batman films is that it is not about Batman, but about Gotham.

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"Batman" does not have new and innovative ideas, but only focuses on components that have often been in the background of Batman's previous films. In the past, the villains may have used the dual nature of the Gotham hero as an excuse for their crimes, but in "Batman", this dishonesty and misconduct becomes the main part of the puzzle, and even more important than Ridler's character played by Paul Dano. "Batman" emphasizes that Bruce Wayne is the greatest detective in the world and solves this hero to solve a series of riddles and murders related to Ridler, with James Gordon played by Jeffrey Wright. Is accompanied. The detective couple and the horrific nature of Riddler's riddles make "Batman" look a lot like David Fincher's "Seven." Reeves's approach to Riddler, from the character's pathological and bloody clues he uses to teach the people of Gotham to his dark apartment, at times similar to Fincher's approach to John Devi's "Seven." However, placing this kind of bitter and dark riddles at the heart of Batman's film makes this resemblance less striking than borrowing The Joker from The Comedy King. Written by Peter Craig, it presents Batman in this adventure who is still struggling to understand the nature of existence. "Batman" even more than the main story "Batman Begins" shows the actions and efforts of Bruce Wayne to become a hero. Bruce is often a bit clumsy or the problems are beyond his abilities and Pattinson plays his role quite frankly and it seems that this character realizes the flaws of his plans too late.

Pattinson more than Every other Batman plays this character as an emotional person (in the first image of Bruce in the film, we see him listening to Nirvana music in his cave under the bridge and his black eye makeup on his face is clearly visible) In addition, the character portrays him as someone who has been harmed by this city and wants to make sure that what happened to him will not be repeated to anyone. This is illogical, but Bruce is willing to die to make the impossible possible.

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It focuses on the fear within the character and the intense anger that he is ready to let go at any moment. "Batman" does not show the scene of Bruce's parents' death, but we can feel the wounds and pain that were inflicted on him and made him look like this with all our being. Pattinson is extraordinary in this type of performance. The most important element of this role-playing is the unspoken, and he uses this element to influence the audience.

But "Batman" portrays all the classic characters differently (not just Batman Pattinson or Riddler Dano). Wright plays Gordon well as a corrupt policeman, and Andy Sarkis as Alfred Pennyworth beautifully connects the character with his affection for Bruce. Colin Farrell in every scene that He plays Oswald Kabulpat or Penguin, shines and has an incredibly entertaining performance that is sometimes very close to Robert De Niro's creations. Even the film's protagonists shine, and Peter Sarsgaard is unparalleled as Gil Coulson, and John Tortoro portrays the character of Carmen Falcon as Gotham Dead's puppet in a beautiful way.

Among these extraordinary actors is Zoe Kravitz as Selena Kyle or Katowoman, who becomes involved in the story of Batman and Riddler. There is a lot of coordination and empathy between Pattinson and Kravitz, and their dynamism is even greater. Batman reduces his violence a bit and this makes both characters more lovable. Kravitz plays Kyle as Bruce as the one who suffered from Gotham but is not as optimistic about the change in the city as he is. Katwoman has always been somewhat of an anti-hero, but Kravitz portrays him as if he had a more fundamental view of Gotham's future. Katwoman is one of the best characters in the film, and in addition, Kravitz may be the best actor in the Batman movies.

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But the focus Reeves is based on the world of Gotham, which distinguishes "Batman" from the world of Batman live-action movies. Gotham is usually nothing more than a gloomy city full of villains, but Reeves turns it into a vibrant city where we can see the consequences of the upstream deception and its devastating impact on the people. Ridler's methods and tactics are blatantly evil, but it is easy to see why he wants to cleanse the city of sin. show to others. In Cloverfield, he portrayed the city's destructive monsters and told the story from the perspective of those fleeing the devastation, as well as in "Rise of the Planet of the Apes" and "War for the Planet of the Apes," the franchise from the perspective of the monkeys. He explored amazing and tangible ways. In "Batman," Reeves illustrates this trend by spending more time in Gotham City, continuing Batman's unsolvable challenges, and creating richer versions of the city.

"Batman" for three hours And under the guidance of Reeves, it attracts the audience well. He spends a lot of time focusing on the city, the heroes, the criminals and the legacy of Gotham that led to this scenario. Reeves and Craig's screenplay pays close attention to Gotham. The city is ruled by men who lived in dark conditions and many of them had good intentions but the reality overcame them. Reeves is in no hurry to portray Gotham's structure, presenting "Batman" slowly and steadily and in a different way.

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Batman theme also looks great. Reeves, like his cast, has clearly put together the best possible team to show this version of Batman.

But Batman's biggest problem is that despite all the inspiration from Fincher and the cast and the amazing elements , This work should still be a Batman movie. "Batman", especially in the third act, can not achieve the rhythm expected from a superhero movie. The main action storyline of the film is skillfully managed, but it differs somewhat from the rest of the film. Batman is the beginning of a trilogy directed by Reeves and is on track to source at least two series of spin-offs for HBO and Max, and the ending depends on the making of future stories. Batman should have been expected to be part of a larger whole, but I wish in the final part, like the rest of the film, he proceeded according to his own formula and used his chance to try to break the old framework.

Now, Reeves has made the best Batman movie after Dark Knight, which has a fascinating and rich world and brings to life characters we have seen on screen over and over again. In "Batman," Reeves prioritizes Gotham, depicting a city defined in gray instead of black heroes and villains. "Batman" does not redefine what we know about this character and has a different story. While most Batman films focus on the protagonist coming out of the darkness, Reeves focuses on the darkness from which the protagonist emerges, which is what makes the difference.

The film was released on March 4, 2022. (March 4) will be screened in cinemas. At We read and review a selection of critics' opinions from various publications that have seen the film.

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Critics' comments on the film Peter DeBroge from Variety

Variety

Score : 100 out of 100

This Noir film is often violent and almost Three Hours is one of the best in the genre, and what makes it great is its tendency to dismantle and represent the concept of superhero.

Telegraph by Telegraph/100: 100

The two main stars of the film create an astonishing sensation among the audience, which is a kind of wonderful addition to the original Batman story.

Robert Daniels from playwright

Score : 91 out of 100

"Batman" Matt Reeves intends to tell viewers that there are other superhero movies that can be watched outside of today's cinemas.

Brian Trevit of USA Today

Score : 88 out of 100

Batman Pattinson tries to save Gotham Red is a crazy, chaotic city, a place you never want to live in but would love to see again as soon as possible.

Todd Gilchrist of Rap

: 88 out of 100

Reeves, with the help of Pattinson's brilliant play, creates a Batman whose psyche and behavior are at least as interesting as his fight against crime, and this is the first time in a long time that this has happened. Happens.

Liz Shannon Miller of Concepcion

Score : 83 out of 100

This film tells a new story of Batman , A story with very interesting twists and a strong perspective on Batman's identity. The same approach makes Reeves one of Batman's best films. Matt Reeves as the director and Robert Pattinson as the star portray Batman more as a detective in a Noir film than as a comic book hero. This film is a different work in today's cinema.

John Nagent of Empire

Score : 80 out of 100

Matt Reeves It is an attractive, beautiful and neo-noir impression of an old character. Although it bears no resemblance to the works of Nolan or Snyder, it has a city called Gotham that we look forward to revisiting.

Tim Gryerson of Screendale/80: 100 out of 100

"Batman" tries as much as possible to take an independent approach and is not dependent on past episodes. Of course, he still respects the enduring elements of this fascinating character.

David Rooney of The Hollywood Reporter

Score : 80 out of 100

This brilliant film about crime and punishment and its very precise and clear story is made with a cohesive and thoughtful vision and entertains the audience. : 79 out of 100

This film is more enigmatic and detective than previous Batman films, and is borrowed from murder-themed works such as David Fincher's Seven and the Zodiac, and features gangster and Noir works. However, Batman is more of a horror movie than anything else.

Michael Phillips of the Chicago Tribune

Score : 75 out of 100

We see a real movie in Batman. Director and writer Matt Reeves has a keen interest in the dynamics of Batman and Katwoman. His screenplay (co-written by Peter Craig) carefully arranges the action sequences, and these scenes are visually clear, thrilling, and reckless.

Lee Greenbelt of Entertainment

Score : 75 out of 100

Batman with Pattinson is the hero we need or deserve. With his captivating gaze and trapezoidal jawline, he is more like the sad princes in Shakespeare's tales. He is a lost spirit like a bat coming out of hell to save everyone but himself. Pattinson is one of the best options to play such a role, and Matt Reeves has created a Gotham that he desperately needs. If we consider the next seasons, "Batman" looks like a strong and very good start.

Roger Moore from movie Nation

Score : 75 out of 100

Reeves films from the first frame to the last frame, in two important respects correspond to the works of Christopher Nolan. Like Nolan's "Dark Knight," Batman is involved with a city and its institutions and is almost immersed in it, and like Nolan's "Knights," it looks like an epic movie.

Richard Roper of the Chicago Sun-Times

Score : 75 out of 100

This movie is a Batman-based urban epic. The people of Gotham City do not appreciate Batman very much, but they are lucky that he patrols the streets, sewers and back alleys of their city.

Mike Ryan of Approx

Points : 75 out of 100

"Batman" is not a revolution and a change in the trend and The dynamics of the superhero story do not create this character. People are used to superhero movies becoming more cosmopolitan and playing with different timelines, and they may not even like this approach to the basics. This movie is like injecting fresh blood into the veins of superhero cinema.

Matt Singer from ScreenCrash

Score : 70 out of 100

It was a little strange to me, but the more I thought about it, the more I enjoyed Reeves' ambitions and desire to do something different. He really makes you see this character and even the secondary elements in the shadows in a different way.

Rolling Stone's David Fair

Score : 70 Out of 100, Batman is like a twisted camouflage and a fun epic story covered in a bestseller. Jacob Euler from the runway strong>: 68 out of 100

"Batman" is an ambitious film with its own vision, but despite some relatively clear clues, it does not have the ability to make the world's greatest detective look like a detective. Instead, we have only one other acceptable Batman who is not different enough to outgrow his growing shadow.

Associated Press Jake Coyle strong>: 63 out of 100

"Batman" is a dark, strong but irregular work. It is as if the filmmakers working under the shadow of The Dark Knight have chosen not to compete with the grandeur of Nolan, but merely to tell a darker and more pessimistic story.

Stephanie Zucker of Time

Score : 60 out of 100

"Batman" is a fairly well-crafted film with intriguing games, especially starring Robert Pattinson and Zoe Kravitz, but it seems to be trying. It has a meaning in the transmission that he did not even have to say. Batman may be dark (especially thanks to its filming), but at least it's an interesting cinematic work that has opera glory.> 60 out of 100

This is a film full of promising yet boring action, in which Reeves' clever storytelling instincts and the franchise's usual requirements are repeatedly juxtaposed.

Nicholas Barber of the BBC

Score : 60 out of 100

The story ends optimistically, which is unusual for Batman movies. Who knows, the next movie might not be so sad. Maybe even Pattinson smiles at that movie, but I'm not so sure about that!

Seattle Times Moira McDonald

Score : 50 out of 100

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I do not know, but it does not seem that this moment in the history of cinema is suitable for making a dark film that will confuse you. Even the scenes in the movie are so dark that it looks like there are no lights in Gotham. The film may be different, but to an audience that loves the work of Tim Burton and Christopher Nolan, it sounds like a merely serious but exaggerated film. Score : 50 out of 100

"Batman" is the first adventure of this character in the last several years, which turns out to be completely aimless. Christopher Nolan's films portrayed comics as realistic, complex, and psychological stories of a city, and Batman films with Affleck were made to fit into the wider world of Dissy, but this Batman was made solely for Marvel to enter the box office.

San Francisco Chronicle Mick Lassill

Score: 25 out of 100

Nothing in Batman's the movie Not worth a long movie to watch in a movie theater at all. It is not interesting to watch Pattinson crush criminals like children and take up arms. "Batman" is a collection of bad ideas from beginning to end. Reeves
Actors: Robert Pattinson, Colin Farrell
Synopsis: The Batman we see in this film is still struggling to understand the nature of his existence Is. He portrays Bruce Wayne's efforts to become a hero even more than the original "Batman Begins" story.
IMDB rating for the film: 9.1 out of 10

Year: 2022

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