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Two years of stalking the streets as the Batman, striking fear into the hearts of criminals, has led Bruce Wayne deep into the shadows of Gotham City. With only a few trusted allies amongst the city’s corrupt network of officials and high‐profile figures, the lone vigilante has established himself as the sole embodiment of vengeance amongst his fellow citizens.

When a killer targets Gotham’s elite with a series of sadistic machinations, a trail of cryptic clues sends the World’s Greatest Detective on an investigation into the underworld, where he encounters Selina Kyle/aka Catwoman, Oswald Cobblepot/aka the Penguin, Carmine Falcone, and Edward Nashton/aka the Riddler.

As the evidence begins to lead closer to home and the scale of the perpetrator’s plans becomes clear, Batman must forge new relationships, unmask the culprit, and bring justice to the abuse of power and corruption that has long plagued Gotham City.

studio:
Warner Bros.
Franchise:
DC Comics
Run Time:
169 mins approx
Certificate:
15
Aspect Ratio:
16x9 Full Frame
Main Language:
English
Number of Discs:
1
Brand:
Warner Bros.
Director:
Matt Reeves
Dubbing Languages:

English, Castilian Spanish, English Audio Descriptive

Actor:
Robert Pattinson

Zoë Kravitz

Paul Dano

Jeffrey Wright

John Turturro

Peter Sarsgaard

Andy Serkis

Colin Farrell
Subtitle Languages:

English SDH, Danish, Finnish, Norwegian, Spanish, Swedish

Theatrical Release Year:
2022
Region:
2

The Batman

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Zavvi - The Home of Pop Culture

Two years of stalking the streets as the Batman, striking fear into the hearts of criminals, has led Bruce Wayne deep into the shadows of Gotham City. With only a few trusted allies amongst the city’s corrupt network of officials and high‐profile figures, the lone vigilante has established himself as the sole embodiment of vengeance amongst his fellow citizens.

When a killer targets Gotham’s elite with a series of sadistic machinations, a trail of cryptic clues sends the World’s Greatest Detective on an investigation into the underworld, where he encounters Selina Kyle/aka Catwoman, Oswald Cobblepot/aka the Penguin, Carmine Falcone, and Edward Nashton/aka the Riddler.

As the evidence begins to lead closer to home and the scale of the perpetrator’s plans becomes clear, Batman must forge new relationships, unmask the culprit, and bring justice to the abuse of power and corruption that has long plagued Gotham City.

studio:
Warner Bros.
Franchise:
DC Comics
Run Time:
169 mins approx
Certificate:
15
Aspect Ratio:
16x9 Full Frame
Main Language:
English
Number of Discs:
1
Brand:
Warner Bros.
Director:
Matt Reeves
Dubbing Languages:

English, Castilian Spanish, English Audio Descriptive

Actor:
Robert Pattinson

Zoë Kravitz

Paul Dano

Jeffrey Wright

John Turturro

Peter Sarsgaard

Andy Serkis

Colin Farrell
Subtitle Languages:

English SDH, Danish, Finnish, Norwegian, Spanish, Swedish

Theatrical Release Year:
2022
Region:
2

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Not the best Batman film, but it deserves a rewatch

First off, Zavvi’s pre-order options and delivery of this item were fantastic. I’m trying to keep this spoiler-free. I’d read in an article that Matt Reeves was trying to compete with the impact of Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight Trilogy. This film doesn’t do that. Throughout the film, I was struck that it would have made a very good TV mini-series, because that’s the feel that it conveys. It’s not dissimilar to the TV series, Gotham, but with a more straight-laced tone. This is perhaps intentional, as there are apparently TV-based spin-offs planned from it, which would avoid the risk of a jarring change in tone between the big and small screens. The problem with this is that the big screen version doesn’t really leap out compared to anything that is currently on the small screen. Robert Pattinson is a great Batman but, like Adam West, George Clooney and Christian Bale in The Dark Knight Rises before him, the biggest mystery is perhaps how no one has actually realised that Batman and Bruce Wayne are one and the same person. There’s no actual divide between his Batman and Bruce Wayne. That said, one of his best scenes in the film is as Bruce Wayne, reliving his own tragedy without a repeat of the same clichéd origin story. There is little to no chemistry between him and Zoe Kravitz’s Selina Kyle. Paul Dano’s The Riddler looks like a bin man, but is far more tolerable than his irritating Edward Nashton. On the plus side, Jeffrey Wright’s Lieutenant James Gordon is an inspired casting choice. He conveys everything that Gordon represents and, unlike some recent films, it’s clear that he wasn’t cast as Gordon in the film for the colour of his skin: it’s for the quality of his acting. I’m looking forward to seeing more of him as Gordon. Colin Farrell is the film’s big surprise as Oz/The Penguin. You would never know that it was him if it weren’t so well-known. He’s a cross between Robert De Niro’s Al Capone and Danny DeVito’s The Penguin and, once again, he will be one to watch. Michael Giacchino’s soundtrack is haunting and beautiful, but it isn’t as memorable as Danny Elfman’s Batman Theme, nor even Hans Zimmer’s. Another thing to watch is Reeves’s Gotham City, which is starting to stand out as a character in its own right. Sadly, however, Reeves couldn’t resist cramming in a Nolan-inspired disaster ending that really isn’t necessary. Worth a rewatch, but if you’re expecting anything to rival Christopher Nolan or even Tim Burton, forget it! This isn’t that sort of film.