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Critics judge Batman with Robert Pattinson.  "Dark Detective Movie"

Critics judge Batman with Robert Pattinson. “Dark Detective Movie”

The premiere is scheduled for Friday Batman Matt Reeves. In the title role we will see Robert Pattinson, and the opposing character – Riddler – is played by Paul Dano. In addition to these, the cast also includes Jeffrey Wright, Peter Sarsgaard, Andy Serkis, Zoe Kravitz, and Colin Farrell who plays Oswald Cobblepot – the Penguin. Movie reviews have already hit the net.

So far there have been 142 reviews on Rotten Tomatoes, 89% of which are positive. The average rating at the moment is 8.1/10. Critics write that Reeves’ film ranks among the best productions devoted to Batman and underlines the fact that the hero is an excellent detective. Reviews will say so Batman It is basically an action movie in which the title character is set. Reviewers also stress that Reeves is dark, has a subdued color palette, and is associated with film noir. There are comparisons to Horoscope (The famous killer is modeled after Paul Dano’s interpretation of Riddler) and Seven David Fincher. Reviews also indicate that the director ambitiously approached the source material and presented a different, well-thought-out adaptation on the screen. One critic stated that Reeves was more successful in showing a “realistic” Batman than Christopher Nolan. Robert Pattinson collects praise, and the words confirm his excellent compatibility with Zoe Kravitz. Very often there are comments about the excellent music of Michael Giacchino. However, there are several objections – many of which are geared towards the film’s very long length (about 3 hours), which translates to an uneven pace. All reviews are here.

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in service Metacritic Batman So far, it has been evaluated by 41 critics, of whom 33 described their feelings after the examination as positive. 7 residents had mixed feelings after the examination, and one made a negative remark. The video now averages 73 points out of a possible 100.

The film will be shown in Poland on March 4.