Just a film lover who loves loving film.
I don’t really have anything to add since my last review, I just love this movie so damn much. It’s one of the last truly joyful blockbuster movies of the 90’s and my love for it grows with every viewing. I’d give it 5 1/2 Stars if I could.
Now to keep this going, it’s on to a VHS copy of Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade. The way it was meant to be seen, with that amazing 80’s Diet Coke commercial that plays before the movie.
I’m a huge fan of neo-westerns, thrillers, B-movies, and the 90’s in general, so hearing that Ali Larter, Ron Perlman and my new fav Ralph Ineson from Green Knight and The Witch (who plays an absolutely awesome old school 80’s-style villain) we’re all in a neo-western B-movie thriller, it was an immediate “YUP” from me.
This movie is the epitome of homage filmmaking. The filmmakers were clearly just saying flat out “we love these types of movies or genres and we…
If Joker was DC’s version of Taxi Driver, The Batman is DC’s version of Se7en.
I’ll just get it out of the way and say this is right up there with The Dark Knight for me. I don’t know if I’d say I like this one more, but I’m absolutely blown away by how good this film was.
Great story, great cinematography, great (sparingly used) fight scenes and car chases, fantastic looking bat-mobile and costume designs — and this cast is…
Having grown up in the 90’s, this movie was on TV all the time, to the point where I had gone my whole life essentially feeling like I had seen the film multiple times, even though I really had only seen certain parts multiple times and had actually missed entire segments of the movie altogether.
It was time to correct that wrong.
What a fucking solid film. For a movie that shouldn’t work at all (I mean, it’s a sci-fi…