Priyanka Singh. The Batman, the latest film in the Batman franchise, has hit theatres. Basing on the American comic book character Batman. Like in previous films, Batman returns to save and liberate Gotham.
The storey begins with the death of Gotham’s mayor. Riedler (Paul Deno) kills the city’s corrupt. A clue to his next victim is left on a puzzle card after the murder. Batman, a wealthy family’s son, has been fighting crime in Gotham City for two. He joins the Gotham City cops to solve the crime. Meanwhile, Selina Kaylee (Joie Kravitz), a club waitress, searches for her missing roommate.
As the puzzle is solved, a larger conspiracy emerges, worrying Bruce’s father. The plot shifts from mystery to vengeance. More plot details would be a spoiler. Because the film is longer than most Hollywood films, screenwriter Matt Reeves and co-writer Peter Craig wasted no time in explaining Batman’s origins. The issue here is for non-Batman fans.
The film is not a full-fledged superhero film, as it lacks elements of films in which a heroic superhero appears and saves the city. The superhero in this film is attacked while solving a murder mystery. Matt Reeves has tried to bring out the detective in Batman. But, as in every superhero film, he becomes a symbol of hope for the people. To keep people’s trust, he chooses the city over his love for it.
Matt shot most of the scenes in the dark to keep Batman closer to reality. In some places, the artists are visible in the light from the gunshots. Grats to cinematographer Greg Fraser for these shots. His camera has made the city’s darkness interesting.
It’s not just a coincidence that he’s been dubbed the New Batman by Christian Bale, Ben Affleck, and Michael Keaton. Paul Deno’s performance as Riedler is superb. Despite wearing a face mask for most of the film, he is exciting to watch. He has portrayed villains as emotional, dangerous, and mentally ill.
He has been in every scene as Joey Kravitz. The film’s climax clearly hints at a sequel, when a character in Riedler’s Asylum cell tells him he will rule Gotham City. His laugh is exactly like the Joker’s (a supervillain character from American comic books and movies), adding to the climax’s excitement.