Though I normally don't bother with such extras, this one is somewhat valuable due to the aspect ratio format mentioned above. It occurs in the middle of a scene, and while noticeable, it is not really disruptive. It all culminates into a horrifying and brilliant depiction of the Clown Prince of Crime. But don't think that the film will come across as too serious and stuffy because of Nolan's realism - true, Gotham seems too dark and dirty to come across as a fantasy world, but Batman Begins retains that unmistakable sense of fun that seems to only be present in comic book movies. And the sheer quality of the supporting cast is mind-boggling, if for the number of big names only. It fits perfectly for what Director Christopher Nolan set out to do.
Christian Bale is the perfect Bruce Wayne; tortured and uncomfortable one second and a millionaire playboy enjoying himself the next. Deceptively simple on screen, Oldman really does create a multi-layered take on Gordon, I find. Bruce tries to re-connect with his older life but manages to make a mockery of himself by masquerading as a drunken millionaire playboy. He also does freelance graphic design projects and works in a local gallery. The capture of this data is required for us to fulfill our contractual obligation. It's wonderful to see the incredibly talented and much underrated Gary Oldman as Sgt. So what could Warner Brothers producers hope to do to resurrect the franchise? The music for the film was a lot more subtle than other super hero films, but really well done.
Its still great for any fan of Tim Burton's Batman movies. If you created your account before March 30, 2018, you'll need to reset your password by clicking the Forgot Your Password link. Blowing away every single Batman movie that came before it, The Dark Knight is a powerhouse of a movie, driven by a great script, superlative acting, and an unbelievable amount of buzz. The audio is great, although dts would have been nice. And, just in time for the theatrical release of The Dark Knight, let us take this opportunity to look back at this great movie. What I liked about Batman Begins is that is opted to drop the unrealistic gothic architecture of a major American city and go for the modern-day look. In the wake of hiss parents' murder, disillusioned industrial heir Bruce Wayne Christian Bale travels the world seeking the means to fight injustice and turn fear against those who prey on the fearful.
Much like Anthony Hopkins in The Silence of the Lambs, his forceful presence can be felt even when he's not on-screen---and once he convinces Two-Face to take a darker path, the same can be said for that character as well. The second biggest movie of all time? I like some of the special features including the storyboard of a Robin scene and Prince's music videos; the downside is there's not much else to add was mostly interested in the movie but would have been a bonus if there were some extra deleted scene via storyboards. This is undoubtedly a darker story than Batman Begins, mostly due to the central characters: The Joker is perhaps the most obvious example, whose chaotic personality makes him equally charismatic and repulsive. Must be paid within 2 days of auction end. Naturally, stuck between the Joker and Gordon is Batman himself, Bruce Wayne.
Based on Batman characters created by Bob Kane and published by D. A film that crosses over so many boundaries and classifications, becoming something entirely its own. When I went to see this as an adolescent in the late 1980s, I was highly impressed with the stylised violence, and the twisted moody ambience that is like a bizarre nightmare version of 1940s Chicago. The dual layer pause is at 59:08. It's not that she gives a bad performance, on the contrary, but just she seems too young to be convincing as a district attorney. With the help of Lieutenant Jim Gordon Gary Oldman and District Attorney Harvey Dent Aaron Eckhart , Batman sets out to destroy organized crime in Gotham for good.
After being sprung from a remote Asian prison, he receives ninja-like vigilante training in the Himalayas. Despite all their faults, they actually do compliment each other nicely. Gotham City Rises 12:40 Production featurette on Gotham city, Wayne Manor and so on. As far as I've seen they are the same. The triumvirate proves to be effective, but they soon find themselves prey to a rising criminal mastermind known as the Joker Heath Ledger , who thrusts Gotham into anarchy and forces the Dark Knight ever closer to crossing the fine line between hero and vigilante.
He is taken in by a mysterious instructor named Ducard Liam Neeson in another mentor role and urged to become a ninja in the League of Shadows, but he instead returns to his native Gotham City resolved to end the mob rule that is strangling it. When brighter colours are present they look natural unlike earlier Batman films where they were fluoro bright and there is no. The six segments run roughly 46 minutes in total. Press Down and select the paper symbol. Those surroundings give Gotham City a definite personality.
Also included on Disc 2 is a Digital Copy of The Dark Knight. First up are two featurettes available in the Gotham Uncovered: Creation of a Scene section of the extras. Plot Synopsis Comic book to film adaptations need to walk a very fine line. . Disc 1 has some surface scratches.
Batman Begins is still a solid movie and the best Batman film to date. Warner Home Video have done this film justice by giving it one of most impressive video transfers I've seen in quite awhile. Hell, you could even make it a Batman Begins V2. Bonus Features Surprisingly enough, there's very little of genuine interest here, as only a handful of extras have been collected on Disc 2. Surrounds are impressively aggressive, with what sound like new effects, or maybe just newly positioned effects, through the rears. Suffice it to say that the picture is top notch. But that was then and this is now.
Optional English, Spanish and French subtitles have been provided during the main feature and all applicable extras. I only hope the next one can match 'Batman Begins' but they have set a new bar for superhero movies in delivering adventure, great characters, and great action. I feel that I should say a word or two about Batman Begins, namely about how it is the definitive Batman movie, as far as I am concerned. For me, this movie is the only one that made me actually feel like I was watching a Batman movie. Gordon feels like a cop, acts like a cop, and struggles being one of the last few honest people in Gotham.