Movie Review
Batman Begins

By: Kevin Worrall
2005-06-24



Posted 06/24/2005 - 12:34:39 PM by gte619n:
 I can't belive they let Joey Porter on to the set.
 
Posted 06/24/2005 - 06:13:27 PM by Kevin_Worrall:
 Yeah, she did ok as the feisty DA do-right, but in the tender moments . . . yikes. But that could be attributed to comic book writing for a female character as well as Mrs. Hubbard's performance.
 
Posted 06/25/2005 - 01:21:18 AM by IanMathers:
 She was a lot better than I was expecting her to be. Liam Neeson was pretty great too, even if he was basically playing an evil version of his Star Wars character.
 
Posted 06/28/2005 - 07:27:43 AM by vsvsvs:
 Is it good? I couldn't work it out! The plot line was so clunky and misguided that I had a tough time following it. Something to do with a chap putting a sack on his head and going "Boo!" a lot. I also found the lack of cohesion between the scenes up to the "standard" of Daredevil. Not to mention the haphazard and badly edited fight scenes which seemed to be cut by the second so you had no idea what was actually happening. The plaudits this movie has received has only continued to dumbfound me.
 
Posted 06/29/2005 - 12:51:04 PM by diddywah:
 Great review, but I don't like the underselling of Spiderman in your opening - a much more satisfying movie.
 
Posted 07/27/2005 - 12:51:38 AM by hibeside:
 why no mention of oldman? He was excellently understated. And Carmine, as terrific? He could have come out of Sin City with his hopelessly artificial, over the top, representation. At least with Sin City that was the point. Here, he sticks out as sore as Jerry's tail after Tom's through with it, and just as comic-y, amidst the other talents' representations.
 
Posted 08/11/2005 - 02:40:48 PM by jhitting:
 Katie Holmes talks out the side of her mouth.