I'm Vengeance! - The Batman Review

I’m Vengeance! – The Batman Review

The wait is over, people who have been desperate to see the new Batman movie and it’s here. Believe it or not, people are loving it, and DC fans enthusiastically now waiting for the sequel.

Since the Batman movie was announced, everyone was excited about this film because of a new Bruce Wayne and a new entry into the DC world as a batman.

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Robert Pattinson surely played a great role as a batman in the movie and fulfilled the gap of being a new batman. Over the past decades, endless Batman movies came, but only Christopher Nolan’s Batman Trilogy worked out and managed to pull DC off.

But then Ben Affleck batman came directed by Zack Snyder and it didn’t work out in the box office. After seeing a lot of disappointment, people weren’t ready to see another Batman movie but Matt Reeves looks like they studied people’s demands.

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The Batman movie is undoubtedly one of the darkest movies ever made, it has all the elements that make you go and watch the movie. Each character has played their role amazingly from the main villain to side villains.

The Batman – Must watch the film for DC fans

The movie has created great hype as it’s the new installment in the Batman franchise, with a lot of leaked images and red carpet interviews people knew it’s something different. The day batman was released, every critic has praised the director and actor for rebuilding the batman legacy.

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It takes you to the darkest city of all time, Gotham city where vigilantes take control of the city, and there Batman is ready for taking vengeance. Among all the villains, The Riddler (Paul Dano) stands tall to unmask the corruption and bring justice in his way.

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Paul Dano who played the Riddler’s role took the show with his most marvelous psychotic performance ever. It won’t be an overstatement, the movie revolves around the Riddler and he’s the center of the movie’s attention.

Talking about the performance, Robert Pattinson no doubt filled the shoes of a new batman and played the character right into the deep of its roots.

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He made his audience, people loved his acting as a batman. He was different from his other movies and he proved that he was ready to take the risk.

His outstanding riddles that link every murder to Batman, give the story a whole new look and the direction top-notch. There are some iconic shots in the movie that leaves everyone in the cinema hall to praise the whole team of the film.

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There was some chemistry build-up between Catwoman and Batman which also gave a new sight to the film.

Robert Pattinson has already shared his excitement for the Batman movie because he told his early stories when he used to dress up as Batman and at the of reading the script he also found that he’s an idiot for not knowing Batman is the greatest detective ever.

Matt Reeves explains the end

The ending was a little bit complex, most of the people didn’t understand and that’s why the director jumped in to explain it.

“I thought it’d be really neat if so much of the fabric of Gotham just already existed,” Reeves tells Variety. “And it was like an old Warner Bros. gangster movie and if you took a certain turn, you might see a character in his origins.”

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“What is it they say?” the inmate says. “One day you’re on top. The next, you’re a clown.” As the camera pulls back, Riddler and the inmate dissolve into laughter and a new, wicked friendship is born.

People were finding the answer who’s the unnamed prisoner who was laughing with the Riddler and Reeves solved the puzzle.

“You’re right,” Reeves says. “It is the Joker.”

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“It’s not an Easter egg scene,” he says. “It’s not one of those ends credits Marvel or DC scenes where it’s going, like, ‘Hey, here’s the next movie!’ I have no idea when or if we would return to that character in the movies.”

Reeves further revealed, “I thought he would be insecure about this and he’d probably want to find some way to get into the [Riddler’s] mindset, like in ‘Manhunter’ or ‘Mindhunter’ — this idea of profiling somebody, so you can predict his next move,” says Reeves.

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“It’s a creepy, cool scene,” he says. “That was the scene that was meant to introduce this guy and just to tease the audience to go like, ‘Oh my god, he’s here too? And he’s not yet the Joker — what’s this going to be?’ And then it seems so delicious in the story since we’d already set him up, to have the end of the story, the completion of the Riddler arc, be that he was in a cell next to this guy.”

The movie received mixed reviews all over the platforms and shared the rational reason behind their harsh criticism. But among a few negative remarks, there are tons of positive ones floating on the lake of Batman’s success.

Also talking about the box office numbers, Warner Bros/DC’s The Batman has grossed $54M through Friday with over 74 overseas markets. With this number, they are on their way to reaching the $110M+ international box office launch.

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