Batman Should Be in a Grindcore Band
Where do we begin? There really isn't much to say. If you've read my previous reviews, you'll see that Blackest Night #1 and Superman Batman Public Enemies I thoroughly enjoyed and wrote a single paragraph review. When I reviewed Superman 4, I wrote a short novel. So I'll say what I can.
This movie is what I call a finger paint masterpiece. It's chaotic, it's all over the place, its essentially a torrent of insanity and mayhem I can't help but dive into. The story is a true thriller visually and mentally, giving us a classic, gothic and psychological story the Batman franchise is known for... more so then nipples. And the performances are great. These actors aren't on a set in Chicago, they're lost on the mean streets of Gotham. Gary Oldman and Aaron Eckhart are among the best supporting actors. There isn't much left unsaid about Heath Ledger's performance and Christian Bale, although his Bat voice is... well... not very subtle, as Bruce, he can handle every side of the wealthy playboy with childhood trauma excellently. That's all I've got.