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.
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.
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.
Excerpt: When a director is faced with the task of rebooting a franchise that ended in horrific fashion, their duty is both simple and difficult. On one hand, just about anybody could make a movie better than Batman & Robin. On the other hand, where do you go in terms of making the new franchise your own?