“Oh boy, you are in for a show tonight”

Seven years of appreciation, seven years of hindsight. In 2005, Batman Begins was a critical, creative and financial success. It remains a thrilling introduction to Nolan’s brave new Gotham. In 2008, The Dark Knight arrived to thunderous applause, smashed records, earned more than a billion at the box office, and mounted an equally impressive run …

Batman calling, Mr Nolan. Why so serious? He’s suing you for libel.

In order that this review doesn’t sound like it came from the Department of Redundancy Department, I will try not to cover the same ground as my predecessors in declaring that the Emperor has no clothes. Rather, I will try and discuss the little things that made this a big, bad film. Let me also …

Wait !! There must something wrong with me !!

That was the exact sentiment I had after watching TDKR. I had been waiting for this movie ever since the first teaser trailer was released. To cut the long and short, I am writing down some first hand reactions I had while watching the movie and the reason I felt that there must be something …

Awful plot People in this movie are sheep without character

I don’t get what all the 10’s are about. I don’t see how this movie is a 10, or rather even an 8. There are so many plot holes, the characters are so one dimensional, action sequences OK at best. Where do I even begin. Banes voice. I admit, I didn’t get what he was …

The Dark Knight doesn’t Rise, he Sinks Like A Stone

I’m starting to suspect there’s some mass cultural delusion effect at work here, and in a few decades time people will come to realise that it is, in fact, just about as bad as a film can be and is easily the weakest of Nolan’s Batman trilogy. Let’s explore why. 1. Why is Marion Cotillard …

The god-awful third part of a good trilogy

After seeing and liking the first and the second part of this trilogy, the third came off as a disappointment. There are only a few things that actually work in this movie – Hathaway an Levitt gave very nice performances, and were convincing despite of the ludicrously cliche lines they were given. Before seeing the …

General movie watchers opinion

I honestly didn’t like this movie very much, there were many things wrong with it that ruined the immersion and messed up something which could have been good. #1 where is batman? for the most part batman is a no show it’s not until the final parts of the movie that you even really get …

The Best “Batman” Movie Ever!!!

I cannot imagine a “Batman” movie after “The Dark Knight Rises” (**** out of ****) without “Inception” director Christopher Nolan at the helm. Warner Brothers and DC Comics got this legendary costume-clad crime fighter trilogy ‘right.’ Sure, you can nitpick, but Nolan’s “Batman” movies differed in ambiance from those of both Tim Burton and Joel …