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Batman Begins (2005)
The Dark Knight Has Definitely Returned!
Batman Begins is a restart of the ever popular Batman franchise and starts off in style with what is the greatest movie ever made. Christian Bale puts on the cape and cowl this time around in the origin story of the crime-fighter. After the death of his parents by the hand of a small time crook, Joe Chill, Bruce Wayne begins to travel the world in search of the means to fight injustice. While in Tibet, Wayne is trained by a martial arts master named Ra's Al Ghul and his accomplice Henri Ducard. As the story continues, Wayne returns to the city of Gotham and builds up an arsenal of gadgets including the new Batmobile. He soon takes on the guise of the masked manhunter, Batman. Bale is amazing as the new Bruce Wayne/Batman, as always his performance brings a great amount of realism to the character and believes in the character that he is portraying. Bale is supported by an A-list cast including Michael Caine, Liam Neeson, Katie Holmes, Gary Oldman and Morgan Freeman. There is also a purely brilliant performance from Irish actor Cillian Murphy as the psychotic villain Jonathan Crane/Scarecrow, his screen time is limited but he makes a great impact. Being one of the biggest Batman fans i loved every minute of this thrilling adventure movie. There is a great heart to the movie and it is made with a passion. Director Christopher Nolan knows what he wants from his actors and he gets the very best out of them as none of the actors give any less than an A+ performance. The script is of pure gold and David S. Goyer had a great helping hand in the story. The sets that were used are some of the biggest ever put on film and look absolutely stunning with the grimy look of Frank Miller's Batman: Year One comics. The action scenes are edge-of-your-seat entertainment especially the Batmobile chase sequence. Cay-si, the fighting style, is beautiful to watch, the Keysi Fighting Method was in development for 13 years before being realised and used in the film. The plot twists and turns and makes for thrilling viewing giving us, the viewer, surprises all the time. The film is a dark adaption of the character but isn't as Gothic as 1992's Batman Returns. Take it from a true Batman fan. DO NOT MISS THIS!