The Batman

audience Reviews

, 87% Audience Score
  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars
    Is super good and is very actions. Focuses on Batman more than Bruce Wayne
  • Rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars
    Catwoman steals the show for me.
  • Rating: 2.5 out of 5 stars
    Went in with low expectations...they were met. Was okay. Just incredibly slow and long.
  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars
    the best batman movie EVER. !!!!!
  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
    The only problem in this magnificent movie was how long it was.
  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars
    In the middle of a saturation of superhero movies without any content, full of action, fights and CGI. The Batman OMG sucha delight movie, this splendid work of modern cinema. Gracias al director, productores y talento detrás y delante de cámara por traer a el héroe más popular en su nueva faceta detectivesca, con errores y aciertos. Es mi tercera vez asistiendo a esta obra.
  • Rating: 1.5 out of 5 stars
    Too long by an hour, this dark outing of Batman may enthrall fans of the dark version of the Dark Knight, but it won't win any new converts. Change the villain and you pretty much have a retread of the plot of a previous Batman movie. Though it was nice to see a believable Riddler.
  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars
    Zoe Kravitz was terrific. But the movie was slow and too long. Batman was depressed and depressing to watch.
  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars
    Not bad, not great. If you have never seen a Batman movie, and wanted to wile away an afternoon, it IS entertaining. Kravitz was ok. I didn't even recognize Colin Farrell. A number of issues for me: 1) it is like they took the Nolan films and said "darker, grittier, longer, more emo, and make the special effects worse!" This thing was too dark and too long. 2) The movie never ended. We got Penguin! Nope. We got Falcone! Nope, not done. The city is flooded, and we got Riddler. Nope, not done. What is this? A Disney miniseries? (well, no not that bad) 3) Pattinson is a decent, not great, actor, but he is miscast as Batman. He isn't big, imposing, or suave enough. He looks like... well,,, a pale, sickly, emo vampire. 4) There are just a bunch of miscellaneous things that annoyed me... WTF is with the Batmobile? It looked and sounded like a late 70s muscle car. Why when they caught Penguin after he and Batman recklessly killed all those people on the highway, did they just let him go? They didn't even try with Riddler. "Just act weird. Like you are stalking sorority chicks. And your secret weapon is duct tape." And the usual clumsily inserted identity politics because... 2020s?
  • Rating: 2.5 out of 5 stars
    I really dont know what i think about this movie, I am a avid Batman fan since the 80's comics, i went to cinema to watch this and half way though i was bored, never watched a batman film and thought that, There is very little action and in my opinion a weak story and villain who is nothing like the source materiel . I can see they where trying to do a version of the 'long Halloween' and if they had kept to the comic novel it could of a been great, but nothing really happens in these 176 minuets. I understand this is batman early on but i never feel like i was bothered if batman lived or died there was no real threat and i wasnt connected to the characters. I thought the portrayal of bruce wayne and batman was terrible, bruce wayne was darker than batman, Colin Farrells Penguin was brilliant a absolute arsehole, Jeffery Wright was a excellent choice for Gordon and Andy Serkis as Alfred really where the best thing about this film. to summarise it was alright but nothing we hadnt seen before, its a slow moving plot with little action and a poor portrayal of Batman and bruce wayne