There is very little left for The Batman to be released and we can read the first reviews of those who have already seen it.
For now, all the reviews are positive, since it has achieved a 94% start in Rottentomatoes. But we will have to wait for the weekend to know if the viewers also like it that much. TheBatman. Since it is difficult to compete with the great memory that they have left so much Christian bale What Ben Affleck.
Here we leave you the first reviews of the reboot of the Dark Knight starring Robert Pattinson:
- The Batman is a poignant dark night of corruption and chaos. As much as he craved a few more flashes of humor, at no point during the three-hour run did my attention stray.
- That it doesn’t seem like a parody of a parody is a testament to both the holistic nature of the vision of Matt Reeves as the enthusiasm with which Robert Pattinson accepts it.
- It registers among the best in the genre, even if, or more accurately, because what makes the film so great is its willingness to dismantle and interrogate the very concept of superheroes.
- As the new chapters roll on, it’s off to a strong start; If only I had known when to end.
- The Batman should tell audiences that other superhero movies are possible and, even more so, that they can exist outside of the tents that fill theaters today.
- An epic criminal saga that more than justifies its epic length. The Batman aspires to a greatness that few of its superhero movie contemporaries can match.
- A sprawling, complex neo-noir thriller that has more in common with David Fincher’s filmography than it does with most other superhero movies. Matt Reeves offers an unpredictable, unexpected, and perhaps even definitive experience.
- The Batman is a reimagining of the iconic vigilante with a powerful cast at the helm, delivering a masterclass in visual storytelling at the hands of Matt Reeves. He could have seen five hours of this.
- The film is somber, dank, stale, dirty, and imposing. And that’s why I liked it a lot. It’s not as searing or disturbing as Joker. But it goes further in that direction than any big-budget comic book movie yet.
- Matt Reeves delivers an extraordinary and spectacularly shocking vision, one that resonates like an echo of previous Batman-centric features, reverberating long after the end credits end their scroll.
- The director has taken on the challenge of producing a new take on this comic book icon and brings the novel twist of turning it into a detective story.
- Zoë Kravitz walked into the scene… And two minutes into her first sequence I was already thinking: Couldn’t it have been The Catwoman instead of The Batman?
The movie batman It will be released on March 4, 2022. Are you looking forward to seeing it? Leave us your comments below in the opinion section.