Excerpt: Batman Begins is more than just your typical, silly, Sunday-morning Batman piece. It's a work of art. Before this movie, that's all that Batman was. A silly popcorn flick. But then the Nolan struck the cinemas... He gave Batman a meaning. He didn't just tell you: hey look, a bat suit, doesn't it look cool? No. He said: Here's a person. A person who is tormented by the fact that his city is dying, and wants to spark a symbol, so that people will stand up to their fears.
Summary: One of the most fantastic parts of Batman Begins is how complex the film is. Nolan is not primarily concerned on making a entertaining comic book pic, but rather on making a intriguing art-house character drama. The number of deep, and thought provoking themes brought up in the movie is something to be hold, considering how the campy Adam West version introduced many people to the character
Summary: This movie is a great movie. The description says it is a Blu-ray + UltraViolet. What was shipped was just the Blu-ray which by the way is the picture on WalMart's website. I don't believe that the company would include the UltraViolet and not label the outside of the case as such. I refused delivery at the store and didn't open the case because it had no mention of the UltraViolet copy on the case.
Summary: This movie was the best movie i've seen in a long time. It makes me happy to know that it wasn't really associated with the old ones, and it isn't part of that franchise. I wouldn't want to be known for those pitiful attempts. I can't wait till the deluxe edition comes out. I also can't wait to watch the next movie, with the Joker and all.