What I Learned:
Elfman's theme is deeply ingrained into my being
Jack Nicholson: ★★★★★
OMFG ! ! !
Well, the performance of Jack Nicholson needs no comments ... Just Amazing!
I watched The Dark Knight before reading the graphic novel The Killing Joke, of Alan Moore.
And after some time, I read this graphic novel, and I was impressed at how something such a high level quality, it was not sufficiently publicized.
And then, after having read graphic novel, I was watching the movie again. And sure I was even more impressed with the…
Audio Commentary: Kevin Smith & Marc Bernardin
"Tell me something, my friend. You ever dance with the devil in the pale moonlight?"
I never was a big fan of Tim Burton's version of Batman,even though I am a big fan of the director himself.I just found these movies to be a little more cartoonish and over the top than they need to be...And I need to say that this cartoonish and over the top feeling is the biggest advantage but at the same time the biggest drawback…
Fun little superhero movie with awesome action scenes.This movie also offers some of the best set direction, which can only be described as incredible.
The older I get the more respect I gain for this film, look at the detail in the set design, and Jack's performance as the Joker is Superb. The film really comes together on all levels, one of the great classics of my time.
It'd been such a long time since I'd seen this and all I really remembered was that it was a pretty great screen adaptation. I'd recommend anyone watching this to just pretend they've never seen the Nolan series, because it's just not worthwhile to compare them. This film is often exaggerated and campy, but in a mostly pleasant fashion. Most recent comic book movies seem to follow the same exact formula: blockbuster action sequences, a few horrendous one-liners from a…
I can't believe it, this holds up shockingly well! I loved this as a kid even today there's very little I can be cynical towards and turn my nose up at. Burton creates a Batman to suit his own sensibilities and purposes while still making a film a mass audience can embrace.
I can't believe there were many little touches in here that add so much upon repeat viewings. Danny Elfman's score, a tight screenplay, the inclusion of many nods…
This review reportedly contains spoilers. I can handle the truth.
So, let’s talk Tim Burton. I know he’s a big, prolific, director but I would have never called him my “favourite” director nor called myself a “big fan”. However, I got a boxset of his films for my birthday last year (sorry it’s been seven months!) and I realised I actually liked every film included in it. I guess I must be a big fan after all! The set begins with his rendition of Batman even though it isn’t his…
I have actually never seen a single Batman film In the series so I decided I might as well review all of the batman movies for classic movies including that movie we don't talk about. However going into this movie I was definitly looking forward to it but didn't know what to expect. It actually took me awhile to get into this movie it took me off guard and was not what I was expecting however this is a great…
I love this movie. A couple of scenes in particular (you can probably guess which ones) just absolutely got me.
The dialogue was fantastic and it felt as if every line was important to the plot in some way.
Excellent casting (clearly). Everyone delivered great performances and played their individual characters to perfection.
I found there to be an important message beneath the dynamic outer layer. The director, to me, explained this message in a way I completely understood and…