The Batman Movie Review (Spoiler-free)

As we know there’s a certain movie receiving a lot of praise in the movie industry. This is the new movie starring Robert Pattinson, The Batman (PG-13). The Batman was a movie about the crime fighting crusader Batman in his second year as a superhero in Gotham City. You track Batman using his skills to unmask the sociopath Riddler who is found killing political officials who are in his eyes corrupt. Although technically being a superhero movie the movie felt much more like a detective movie. The scenes transitioned beautifully, and although having a two hour and fifty eight minute run time it kept you on the edge of your seat.
There were a few refreshing additions to the movie. They used the music by Michael Giacchino to show the darkness of Batman, but the possibility of light. The music guides you through a rollercoaster of emotions, giving you the spine chilling feeling of how broken and lost Gotham is as a city. Another refreshing addition to the movie was how they portrayed Bruce Wayne as more of a dark, lonely man, rather than the outgoing billionaire playboy he is portrayed as in other Batman movies.
The Batman showed an outstanding box office performance of $250 million dollars in the first weekend. After being delayed for a year due to COVID- 19 many people were buzzing to see this movie when it came out. After seeing the movie ratings were through the roof. It received an 89% Rotten Tomato rating, which is unbelievable for a movie of that length.
A quick answer to questions you may have. Another thing that makes this movie good is that it is a standalone movie, meaning you don’t need any previous knowledge to understand what is happening in the movie. The movie has a very dark and foreboding tone throughout it’s runtime which makes it a much darker adaptation to the Batman series. Although there are no specific jump scares, it will make your skin crawl with it’s suspenseful atmosphere.
Overall I rate this movie a 9.5 out of 10 due to the way they portrayed Batman, the outstanding music, and ability to draw you and keep you on the edge of your seat.

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