Batman is called to intervene when the mayor of Gotham City is murdered. Soon, his investigation leads him to uncover a web of corruption, linked to his own dark past.
The narrative revolves around Bantu (Allu Arjun), a skilled middle-class man who is despised and often neglected by his father Valmiki (Murali Sharma). What Bantu doesn’t know is that he’s actually the son of a businessman swapped by Valmiki with his own son to give the latter a comfortable life. A violent incident draws Bantu closer to the truth, upon learning this he decides to enter Vaikunthapuram, the home of his real parents, and eventually confront those who threaten his family.
- Release date: March 4, 2022 (United States)
- Country of origin: United States
- Official sites: Facebook, Official Site
- Languages: EnglishSpanishLatinItalian
- Also known as Untitled Batman Reboot
- Filming locations: Necropolis Cemetery, Glasgow, Scotland, UK: Production companies
- Warner Bros.DC Entertainment6th & Idaho Productions
- Budget: $200,000,000 (estimated)
- Gross US & Canada: $369,345,583
- Opening weekend US & Canada: $134,008,624Mar 6, 2022
- Gross worldwide: $770,836,163
- Runtime: 2 hours 56 minutes
- Color: Color
- Sound mix: SDDSIMAX 6-TrackDolby DigitalDolby AtmosDolby Surround 7.1Auro 11.1
- Aspect ratio: 2.39: 1
Cast: Matt Reeves, Robert Pattinson, Andy Serkis, Colin Farrell, Matt Reeves, Robert Pattinson, Andy Serkis, Colin Farrell, Zoe Kravitz, John Turturro, Paul Dano, Peter Sarsgaard
As far as stories and storylines go, Batman is simply a story about fighting an unjust evil, but writer-director Matt Reeves grabs your attention from the very first scene and never takes your eyes off it. This Batman reboot. Now, there’s a villain, dare I say, more formidable than his superheroes, shooting the corrupt.
As viewers, we’re always thinking about who to cross our fingers on, which makes this conflict interesting to watch. Billionaire Bruce Wayne (Robert Pattinson) goes on a superhero mission wearing a cape and Batman mask to save people in trouble, but the mayor (Rupert Penry-Jones) )’s chilling murder causes all his priorities to change. Soon, more and more powerful men are killed, and the plot darkens as the killers leave cryptic clues in each murder for Batman to solve.
Along the way, the Riddler (Paul Dano) uncovers deeply disturbing secrets about two of Gotham City’s most powerful families who are directly related to Batman. So, this time, I’ll do it personally. With few scenes under the sun and psychotic serial killers roaming free with innovative killing methods, Hollywood’s famous genre blockbusters such as ‘Se7en’ and ‘Saw’ often do. Similar…
The villain is some kind of vigilante whose identity is hidden, but his motives are clear – no more lies. He’s one step ahead of law enforcement and is the main character in the film, often called to crime scenes by Detective James Gordon (Jeffrey Wright), much to the chagrin of his co-workers, so he can’t help himself. seems impossible to stop. But the murder is less brutal here, and there’s more subtlety in its execution as the film builds toward each victim’s final outcome.
Reeves and his co-writer (Peter Craig) make sure they add enough twists to the plot to keep the audience engaged. Some of them certainly feel less compelling, like the Selina Kyle (Zoë Kravitz) track – it’s textbook, but not entirely believable.