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The Batman Review: Matt Reeves’s tries to give a Detective Superhero Movie

The Batman

Rating: 4.5 out of 5 star

Director: Matt Reeves

Screenplay: Matt Reeves with Peter Craig

Cast: Robert Pattinson, Zoë Kravitz, Paul Dano, Jeffrey Wright, John Turturno, Peter Sarsgaard, Andy Serkis, Colin Farell

After fighting for 2 years against Crime, Batman finds Corruption in Gotham City while chasing Riddler, a serial sycophant killer who targets the elite of Gotham city. The film is based on Gotham city which plays one of the most important characters of the movie. It is one of the based description of the Gotham city which none of the earlier movies delivers.

The cinematography and background music of the movie is on the next level. Robert Pattinson tries to give his best as Batman and has fully adapted to the Character. Performances of the other character were also outstanding. The love and hate relationship between Batman and Catwoman was also interesting. Zoë Kravitz as Catwoman looks stunning and her performance was out of the box.

Matt Reeves wanted to give an emotional touch to Batman and has been succeeded fully. He discover his Detective character as it is in comics as he is known to be best detective of the world. There is no doubt less action seen in a superhero movie as director tries to focus more on character and story. The movie tries to portray a young, inexperienced and angry Batman and they have done an amazing job in doing this.

3 hour-long run time is only problem to some of the viewers as they are not used to of watching long movies and prefer to watch shorter movies. But if you are DC Comics and Batman fan this movie is for you.

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