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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Jack Parkman, May 16, 2019.
The movie seemed to strongly hint at it though…seemingly combining his background or at least setting the stage for Hush.
I didn't pick up on that if they did. I thought Riddler explained pretty clearly he was already an orphan before Thomas ran for office and he was there the day Thomas announced he was running for office.
They put Hush right out in front with him being an Elliot and saying the word Hush and putting it on the screen.
Movie was awesome. The sound and music were particularly good. Loved the image of Batman approaching penguin in the overturned car
The sound, music, and cinematography were all top notch. Even if you don't like the story you have to give it credit for that.
We can stop using spoilers after a week right?
I could watch the scene where the cops descend on the diner and cuff riddler 30 times. Done so artfully. Every shot was money in that scene
Ya think we can stop with spoilers now.
Mixed thoughts about the film:
Not enough Dano
At least 30 mins too long
And I actually sat through the whole Shapiro review and you know what? Hard to disagree with a lot of what he says.
Movie was good, certainly not great. And a fair way behind the Nolan films for me.
liked it a lot
there was some silly shit. the explosion to the face. the batsuit made of mithril. the crash test dummy landing with the wingsuit. but it's a superhero movie so who really gives a shit about any of that
thought dano was brilliant. and i think this film provides a much more thoughtful treatment of some of batman's more fascist qualities. the incel brigade flipping the 'i am vengeance' line at the end of the film was a really nice touch.
Maybe if you don’t think critically about it at all lmfao
That review was dumb as shit and literally all because he got his privilege boy feelings hurt by the one line
They left out the 1940's Batman
Can't wait for this to drop on Max so I can see it again.
Go see it in the theater again.
Don't tempt me.
That’s pretty cool.
He's not wrong.
This is how I feel. 7 or 8.
I really liked Pattinson as an actor, but it was a little too dark and broody.
Score and cinematography was awesome.
Thought the intro with The Riddler was phenomenal. Entire movie gave me HBO animated Spawn vibes.
Just got around to seeing this. Pretty much exactly what I'd want out of a Batman movie, loved it and seeing that most of the negativity surrounding the film comes from some really bad posters and Ben Shapiro just helped to reinforce my positive opinion
That was creepy. I enjoyed it.
Loved how his face was out of focus until the very end. Cinematography throughout the whole movie was amazing
I went back and watched No Way Home the other day and I just didn't enjoy it as much after watching the Batman. It set a new bar for comic book films and maybe just films in general. Amazing cinematography, sound, and music.
Yep that was very well done.
I'm torn between if they should have kept that in the movie or not.
I think Reeves made the right decision and I agree with his stated reason for it
Pretty interesting take on him. More scarred/mutilated than I expected.
Well that was awesome.
Although I see why they cut it with how close it mirrored the similar scene with Riddler
think it has to be with the face, head, hair
Either way pretty cool
That's kind of what I thought. That damned Ace Chemicals.
I liked that more than I thought I would.
I've watched it a few times and I think I wish they had included it.
Hey, I got something right
Loved that scene. Excited to see what they do with this version of the joker. I’m sure they cut the scene as they wanted the movie to be about the riddler. Any joker in that movie other than what was in it would have taken away from the riddler.
Thinking about biking over to the theater to see this tomorrow evening
this was my exactly my text to cdaysker when I watched it. The cinematography did as good of a job creating drama, building suspense, creating the characters as any comic book movie I’ve seen…ever.
Also, one of Joker’s first lines, ‘first anniversary is paper…’
While it might not happen (and that doesn’t have to be a good or bad thing) it kind of reinforces my idea that if they do use the joker you use him in a prequel instead of a continuation film. (Unless you go for a ‘Shitty AMC Show joke’ level of joker…)
That line alone could have given you every reason to include this (I get why they didn’t) in the film. It tells a lot while being so simplistic.