Hello, TOTTers welcome back to Tale Of The Town, I hope and pray everyone is doing amazing right now. Today TOTT has returned with The Batman(2022)(which you can currently stream on Prime Video) starring some amazing actors from the industry( we will come to that part later).
But tell me have you watched the movie yet?
If so, then tell us in the comment section how much you loved or disliked the movie in the first place. But if you want to know what’s TOTT’s take on the movie, then please keep on reading.
(Also it will help you come to the place where we both may align together or not, let us just find out that)
The Batman(2022): The Cast
- Robert Pattinson plays Bruce Wayne / Batman
- Zoë Kravitz plays Selina Kyle / Catwoman
- Paul Dano plays Edward Nashton / Riddler
- Jeffrey Wright plays James Gordon
- John Turturro plays Carmine Falcone
- Peter Sarsgaard plays Gil Colson
- Andy Serkis plays Alfred Pennyworth
- Colin Farrell plays Oswald “Oz” Cobblepot / Penguin
Things You Might Have Liked About The Batman(2022)
Matt Reeves was superb in his directorial job. He intricately put the narrative in the most fascinating and engaging way for the matter. It was styled in the most intense pattern possible which stunningly helped us stick around with the movie until the very heroic end.
Additionally, the incorporation of the situations or similarities from Batman: The Animated Series affected many. It simply brought together the astonishing along with the adventurous time when the Millenials sat watching this wonderful animated show broadcasted on the Cartoon Network. It was simply spectacular.
Also, not forget, that Matt Reeves simply wanted to design the movie from another hidden perspective. He wanted to project the investigator side of this DC hero which is actually what we watched as kids from the Batman: The Animated Series(1992-1995).
His investigations inside Bat Cave while Alfred intervenes as and when required, assisting Bruce with the cases is what made us enjoy the series the best. And Matt Reeves arranged the idea in the same interesting style which was just fantastic.
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Starting from the lead, to moving forward with the minor characters, everyone just gave their best to depict what the 90s show actually stored. The attire, the essence, the set, the lighting, and the situations achieved a point of amplification with the actors giving their finest for the film. Robert Pattinson simply aced as Batman.
But the others, Zoë Kravitz playing Selina Kyle / Catwoman, Paul Dano playing Edward Nashton / Riddler, Jeffrey Wright playing James Gordon, John Turturro playing Carmine Falcone and Andy Serkis playing Alfred Pennyworth were just precise on their tasks for the project.
However, Colin Farrell playing Oswald “Oz” Cobblepot / Penguin definitely deserves special applause. His performance was just out of the box and extraordinarily brilliant.
The somber, soothing, contradictory tunes were exceptionally employed by Michale Giacchino. He simply enhanced the narrative with the melodies. But when Batsy chases Penguin and is unstoppable amidst the heavy packed traffic and fire, the background score played, directly took us back to the old 90s show.
It gives goose bumps actually. Nonetheless, Michale Giacchino added the effect quite a number of times developing the content and amplifying the same in the most conceivable pattern.
Matt Reeves along with Peter Graig drafted the most appealing and agreeable script for the movie that simply made us get deeper into the plot. The lines were very cavernous while being charming, compelling, and interesting. This is another pointer that enhanced the narrative again.
The camera work of the movie was just great. Yes, sometimes, Greg Fraser also took some unflattering shots of Batsy, but they appeared realistic and unedited. The uncomplimentary angles pretty much added gravity to the situation while being very pragmatic if I am being honest, catching the most rational shots of the handsome Robert Pattinson. However, apart from this, the camerawork by Greg Fraser was very smooth. It was urgent, very convenient yet classy. The neat style of the art surely captured the interest level of the audience to the fullest.
Things You Might Not Have Liked About The Batman(2022)
Well, honestly, the unflattering shots that added gravity might disappoint you as well. Yes, the captures seemed rational in regards to the narrative, but they also appeared unfitting amidst the stylish essence of the movie. Nonetheless, the camerawork might look ignored as well as unprofessional which is however completely petty and can be easily looked over.
TOTT’s Take On The Movie
I just loved the content, it was deep, very meticulously build, and well-versed. The actors, the characters, the themes, the music, the cinematography, and everything about the same just rocked. Also, I would like to add, that this version of Batman was not a superhero movie, but a detective content that took the slow built-up style, just to deliver the audience one of the most authentic investigating plots for entertainment.
TOTT gives The Batman(2022) 4.5/5 STARTS.
Now, tell us, do you agree with us on our verdict? What did you like and disliked about this film? Make sure to tell us everything in the comment section below.
But this is all for today, hope to meet you all very soon in our next publication. Bye-Bye…