Batman Begins

Batman Begins Movie review
Genre: Drama/Fantasy
Director: Christopher Nolan
Writer: David S. Goyer
Release date: 2005-06-15
Runtime: 140 min.
Language: English
Plot: After witnessing the death of his parents, Bruce wants revenge on the killer. Unable to get his revenge, Bruce begins his journey by learning how the criminal's mind works. After doing so, Bruce Wayne becomes Batman, Gotham's defender.
Cast
Christian Bale
Michael Caine
Katie Holmes




























Family Friendliness

My Personal Review

half apple

“Who is it?”

“It’s the Batman…”

Introduction

After witnessing the sudden death of his two parents, Bruce Wayne feels lost in life. He feels that it was his fault that they died, and he wished he could bring them back. However, Bruce also wants revenge on the killer of his parents. Before Bruce can get his revenge, however, his enemy is already killed. Since then, Bruce went to learn more about the criminal ways by becoming one of them, until he meets a man who is interested in his ability. This man offers Bruce a chance to become something more. He offers him the opportunity to join the League of Shadows. Bruce accepts, but once he learns the league’s goals, he runs away. Bruce Wayne now knows the true meaning of justice, and he is going to do everything he can to protect the good people of Gotham City and bring justice to the criminal underworld. He can’t do this as Bruce Wayne, however, he must do it as someone else. From that moment on, Bruce Wayne, the billionaire, has a alter ego, The Batman, Gotham’s defender from evil.

Ripe Apples

Batman is seen saving many people’s lives. He doesn’t care about what happens to himself, he only cares what happens to the people of Gotham City. When given the opportunity to kill someone, he does not take it. He doesn’t believe it is right to kill.

Bruce Wayne’s butler, Alfred, knows what Bruce has gone through and is always their for him. Twice, Alfred says he will never give up on him.

Rotten Apples

There is some violent content in this movie. We often see fist fights and we also see a couple sword fights. In both of these, there is some blood involved. Bruce himself is seen with plenty of wounds of his own. The Scarecrow’s fear gas can make the inhalers see some scary hallucinations. Some examples are people that breath fire and people with eyes full of fire or blank. Others make Scarecrow’s mask turn into bats or worms.

In a couple scenes, we see Bruce Wayne shirtless. In another scene, we see Bruce in a pool with two women, and we are not sure if they are clothed. in another scene, we see Alfred putting an unconscious Rachel in his car. When Alfred sees people are watching, he quickly makes up an excuse and runs off.

We see Bruce drink some mysterious drinks a couple of times. In one scene, Bruce acts drunk to make people leave his house. We hear of drugs being smuggled into Gotham City. Some of these are the fear gas toxins, and others are something else.

One person walks up to Bruce in a prison camp and calls him and an angel and himself the devil. Bruce responds before getting into a fight, “No, your just practice.”

We hear 3 uses of “h-ll” and 4 uses of “d-m-“. Once these two words are combined. God’s name is misused a few times and Jesus’ name is misused once. We hear one use of “bl–dy”.

Conclusion

Bruce Wayne has chosen a difficult path of life. Not only does he have to protect Gotham City, but he also has to keep his identity a secret. After facing a few enemies, Bruce knows that his path as Batman will make it so he can’t have a normal life, but it is necessary for him to protect Gotham from all it’s foes.

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Wormy has been writing movie reviews since March 2018. He loves to review all types of movies and TV shows. His favorite genres are Adventure and Action.

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