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“The Batman” is a gorgeous detective thriller with a perfectly cast Robert Pattinson.

Robert Pattinson proved that there was room for another great movie about The Dark Knight.

Warner Bros.

Director Matt Reeves delivers a gritty action-thriller reminiscent of “Se7en” and “Zodiac” that finally makes “the world’s greatest detective” deserving of the title instead of merely appearing on-screen as a playboy billionaire.

A love letter to fans who have read the comics, grew up watching the animated series, and played the video games, Robert Pattinson delivers a younger and more relatable Bruce Wayne who works through family trauma by beating Gotham baddies to a pulp. You feel his performance not only in the low growl of his voice, but in the subtle expressiveness of his eyes.

Michael Giacchino’s beautifully haunting score captures the internalized pain and trauma built up inside the young Bat. Some of Giacchino’s best work can be heard in the nearly seven-minute track titled “The Batman.”

The film smartly leans into Batman’s vast rogue’s gallery to insert multiple villains and antagonists – Selina Kyle, the Penguin, Falcone, and Riddler – for Batman to play off instead of pretending like the Bat’s other villains do not coexist in Gotham City. – KA

You can read our review here.

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