Batman Begins (2005)

The whole movie was good except one part.  It was well done compared to the last two Batmans - Batman Forever and Batman and Robin.  Those were really bad cheezy movies.

Batman Begins tells the story behind how Batman became and how all the different vehicles and gadgets he has came to be.  It was more serious and realistic as far as believable scenes.  Batman was actually using strategy and tactics to take on the villians. It actually looked like hard work to do.

The one gripe I have about this movie is the Katie Holmes part as the District Attorney.  She really took away from the Batman character, when they decided to throw in those random two slaps in the face of Batman by Holmes.  Every man in the theater probably felt that slap as unneccessary, and horribly cold.


I don't know about Bruce Wayne, but I wouldn't get involved with someone that did that to me.  I mean he was planning to shoot the man who basically destroyed his childhood and killed his parents.  Who the heck is she to judge him.  Because she's female?  That's what the movie said to me.  Horribly bad judgement by the way.  That one scene took a star off the
movie for me.
                          - Reviewed by Elykydier

Rated: PG-13 for intense action violence and disturbing images
Duration: 2 hours 21 min
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