“The Batman” starring Robert Pattinson in the iconic cape & cowl is finally here, and it’s a near perfect Batman cinematic experience.
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Christopher Nolan: A Talented Yet Self-Indulgent Filmmaker
Christopher Nolan is arguably the 21st century’s most renowned filmmaker, and while there’s no doubt he’s a gifted visionary, he’s also been making self-indulgent, lackluster films over the past decade.
“Zack Snyder’s Justice League” – A Long Review for a Long Movie
“Zack Snyder’s Justice League” uses its 4 hour length to create a moving, character-based superhero movie that far surpasses the 2017 film. Here’s my review!
“Batman & Robin” – Horribly Good
“Batman & Robin” is one of those “so bad, it’s good” movies and I love every minute of it. The out of place puns, the bad acting, and the batnipples make this a truly hilarious disaster.
“The Dark Knight” Is NOT A Batman Movie
I know this is an extremely unpopular opinion. Many people feel that this is the best comic book movie of all time, but I don’t see it that way. This is an “A” film with a brilliant Joker, but as a BATMAN movie, it’s a failure. Batman is my favorite comic book character, and to see him be so misrepresented in this movie is insulting to me, and I don’t understand why other fans don’t see how Christopher Nolan doesn’t understand the Batman character.
“Joker” was directed by Todd Phillips and stars Joaquin Phoenix, and it takes place in 1981 in Gotham City. Phoenix plays Arthur Fleck, a man disregarded by society who works as a clown-for-hire by day and at night pursues his dream of being a standup comedian. The movie explores his evolution into the Joker. IContinue reading ““JOKER” Review”