Everything Wrong With the Batman in 26 Minutes or Less

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The Batman! A 10 hour superhero movie where it rains all the time and it's awesome. Oh, and it has sins too. Duh.

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Komentar

  • I love how throughout the video, the movie got progressively longer

    • @motoXjake it was slow. Also I thought I was there to watch The Batman not The Flying Squirrel lol.

    • Your video so good

    • @บัญชีใหม่ Google Lord No, you just didn't like it. A movie with top tier color grading, cinematography, writing, action, sound design/editing, and music is not at all trash, it just simply wasn't meant for you

    • the movie is a trash

    • @BaayBaay Kid They don't know, they are little of faith. I'm glad to have read your story, have a blessed life and I look forward to meeting you in heaven. Stay strong and make sure your faith in him is everlasting ❤️!

  • In my opinion I think this movie was created just because of the fact that people forget that Bruce/Batman is also a detective. The previous movies often forget about that fact, and just focus on him being a crime fighter. This movie mainly focuses on him solving various crimes around the city rather than going out there and fighting crime

    • @Krunk Cobain Snob

    • @Lord Drakkon DON'T TRY IT JOKER I HAVE THE HIGH GROUND

    • 🐐

    • @Jaden your argument is invalid but to entertain it, Battinson literally relied on other peoples knowledge to make it to the next act

    • @Young Confidence bale's batman made no sense how does so much tech go unnoticed by everyone even no work was even need bro just went to his computer and searched in google not relying on his own knowledge

  • Fun fact: Bruce aggressively buys Gotham real estate so that he can instal cameras, gear caches, technically not be trespassing when he lurks, and YUP, install skylights to sneak and/or dramatically burst through. This is actually canon in certain comic continuities (albeit prolly not this movie’s)

    • He doesn't buy them he aggressively markets waynetech to buildings in the city, I think because he has the cameras programmed to not detect him and in the arkham series at least he makes sure the vents are big enough to allow him to fit through.

  • I'm kind of disappointed you didn't sin the fact that the police force had him unconscious on a table in the police station and nobody thought to unmask him or even take all of his gadgets away. He's still a criminal.

    • ok

    • @Mezonis yes I saw. But my point is, why didn’t they take it off him at the scene of the DA exploding, while Batman was unconscious for god knows how long, and every cop but Gordon hates him. It’s beyond stupid.

    • ok

    • @Justina Jeffers its shit becausd its more realistic for her, the same goes for batmans cape.

    • @Justina Jeffers you know it’s a practical mask right? Like a prototype and nod to the iconic Catwoman mask

  • Y'know, I actually liked the fact that the movie was 8 hours long. I mean, I get that some people might get bored or lose focus or want to go to the bathroom sometime in that 9 hour period, but I thought it was good for the pacing of the story, and I had a good 10 hours to spare that weekend, so why not? If anything, I think more studios should be willing to commit to 11-hour runtimes.

    • Funny one

    • @C.L. Barr A true masterpiece of 56 hours runtime. At the end of the 57th hour I felt like, the 58 hours were not enough to capture the true essence of the character Batman and the city Gotham which really emerged at the 59th hour so when the credits started rolling at the 60th hour, I realised that it has been a ride watching The Batman for 61 hours straight.

    • Started watching this movie after seeing the cinema sins video pop up in my feed and just finished, I realy liked the pacing of the first ever week long movie. It gove me something to do on my week off work and gave me the opportunity to try all my local deliveroo restaurants and brand new combination sofa toilet and shower. I hope the barman 2 runs for at least 14 days

    • Translation: "I have the average American attention span which is..." Wait..what was I saying? 🤔

  • I liked how this film had that dark gritty feel, similar to the video games. Reminds us that Batman is not a superhero, he’s a dark vigilante who does things to inspire fear.

    • I personally think Ben Affleck hit that mark. The biggest downfall was he didn’t get a solo movie

    • @Roy@lle personally I would still be a little afraid of a 6ft plus bloke who happily beats people up and breaks bones daily

    • Ain't nobody scared of what won't kill

  • The part where the thug yells "who the hell are you supposed to be?" is actually in context with the Halloween night. The thug might've thought it's someone dressed up as the batman, and with him attacking, everyone immediately realize that's it's the real deal!

    • @OJ Pimpson it was Halloween night mahn!

    • You're telling me he knows who Batman is, sees a guy dressed up like Batman and says "who the hell are you supposed to be?"? If he thought it was the real The Batman then why would he say this? If he thought it was someone dressed up like The Batman, and he knows what Batman looks like, why would he say this? Obviously he would know who he is supposed to be. It's completely forced just so Batman can say "I'm vengeance".

    • but even with an impersonator why wouldn't you be intimidated ? If I was a thug and you impersonated batman i wouldn't take my chances because you could be actually batman.

  • I agree. Michael Giacchino's score rules like his work on The Incredibles, Mission Impossible, Up, and other movies. His score really shines through in a movie that is nearly a black screen.

    • He did scores for Lost too, didn’t he?

    • @Reynical I completely understood what they were trying to do,but it doesn't work as a writing device and that's why it's a plot hole. There's a difference between enjoyment and understanding, apparently a concept the Batman fan children don't yet grasp lol

    • @Kush Patel No it didn't 😂

    • @Krunk Cobain you thinks its a plot hole just because you don't understand something doesn't mean its bad it has a 7.9 on IMDB and a 85 on rotten tomato it just seems like you dont understand the film

    • @Reynical lol I don't care if you mom says it's the best film ever, if it doesn't logically make sense it's not a nit pick, it's a plot hole. This movie needed someone else to write the script or direct,dude couldn't do both.

  • For Sin 93, I have to argue that the Riddler didn't go after Bruce directly for the same reason that he didn't go after Falcone himself despite pretty much knowing who he was (With the theatrics surrounding Colson being part of his MO of not just giving people the answers). Both of them are pointed out as social recluses with one staying in the private section of a heavily protected criminal den and the other living in what has to be a similarly very secure home. Add to it, Riddler has no chance to scope them out and find out their daily schedules and habits, so for Falcone he relies on Batman and the Police to bring him into the perfect place for him to be taken out...it seems like Bruce was just a bonus target for him. He talks about Bruce's father, he resents Bruce for being an orphan with billions of dollars and a home of his own and he lumps Bruce in with everything he hates about Gotham; but in the end I think that Bruce was less of a necessary target and more of a personal one for him. That was why he relied on something so impersonal and imperfect, because he didn't really mind if it failed as long as the message accompanying it got to Batman.

    • And as I read this I realized this was the moment he realized Bruce was Batman because he wasn’t the one who died

    • @Cameron Fraser not trying to sound edgy, just pithy.

    • @Brock Zwicke Blah blah insert unoriginal attempt at sounding edgy.

    • Blah blah tldr

    • @Krunk Cobain Dude, it’s hardly a complex thing. The Riddler even admits in the film that he didn’t have the physical power needed to get to Falcone. Every other target he had was either caught out in the open (Colson in his car, Savage at the gym) or in a home that really only had deterrents rather than genuine security measures (Mayor Mitchell). Put together: he couldn’t get to Wayne or Falcone. That’s not complexity, it’s plausibility.

  • I just like that the Riddler was basically Jigsaw in this movie because that's pretty in line with how he is in the Arkham Games. Not only does he place a bunch of riddles around the city that you have to figure out but he kidnaps people and puts them in traps that you have to save them from. Which... also involves solving riddles/puzzles.

    • @Mike E I mean most of Batman's villains are actually mentally ill. Riddler is very eccentric and over the top, it's a core character trait of his. They already strayed pretty far from the source material with his design and some of his methods so it was important to keep his mannerisms similar. If he was rational and calm it just wouldn't even be the Riddler at that point.

    • @Fredster !! he should be scarier than he is as should most of the villains. im just sayin they all put fear into the victims they torment, and batman puts fear into them. riddler actually being scary doesnt take away from the scarecrow, and id say to REALLY sell scarecrow id like to see some freddy krueger esque stuff like they did with mysterio but actually…horror. i agree to disagree for the rest tho lol

    • @enishi4ty5 Diminishing what Scarecrow does to "cuz he uses fear gas" is really underselling him, tbh. Plus, I said Scarecrow should be the scariest out of all of them, since that's his whole thing.

    • @Fredster !! i said ALL of batmans villains should be terrifying tbh not just the Scarecrow. he uses a fear gas to bring your fears to life, and thats tough, but he isnt the only fear manifestor in batmans list of villain. Joker is scary for being a super serial killer who appears anywhere and kill gruesomely leaving a smile on the victims face, or like someone said, riddler kidnapping people and forcing a riddle to be solved or they die is also a scary thing to do (a la jigsaw). batman villains are terrifying in their own way, not just scarecrow cuz he uses fear gas

    • @RT-106 Music Sherlock is absolute garbage 🤣 especially Moriarty.

  • In the 3 months it took for me to watch this movie, I was thoroughly impressed with the cinematography of it all… Definitely A+

  • It's the worst thing that can happen to you: extend the movie

  • Sin 5: Actually, yes; that's exactly how they do it. It's a long pole with a hook (or whatever tool is needed based on the skylight) on the end. Some of them even have a pully mechanism like window blinds, where one direction opens it and the other closes. It's like being flabbergasted by the idea of how anyone reaches any sort of high place; we have many tools and mechanisms for such tasks.

    • @sskies not even strict he’s just desperate to nit pick it used to be funny but now it’s just sad to see how far this channel has fallen

    • @Kush Patel EXACTLY, this dude is so strict

    • It ain’t a cinemasins video if he doesn’t purposefully sin things that have no need to be sinned

    • Or Riddler has left it opened when he came in?

    • Reeeeaaaaalllllllyyyyyy? Wow. 🙄

  • This movie did a few things right for the character. I liked that he was seen openly working with the police, that he was a first responder and acted as a hero helping people get out of the rabble at the end, his brutality when he has to be brutal - and Riddler wasn't half bad either. But, seriously, there was so much fat, a more concise script could have all the same beats and story points in 1 hour less. Plus the final idea of the Riddler pulling a Dark Knight Joker thing and attempting to "see the world burn", well, that was utter bs. Props to Kravitz, she did pull a good Catwoman and Pattison did a good job given the material. But seriously, next movie, a bit more color and a bit more friggin light, k? Sure, Batman is "dark and brooding" but comeon, it was hard to see some stuff on the screen at some points in the film.

    • You’re both right. This style of color grading is impossible to replicate. Also the movie is meant for oled screens in dark rooms or Dolby theatres

    • I thought the movie would've been darker, it was more colored than expected

  • Colin Farrell was honestly one of the best parts of this movie. I heard that he was playing the Penguin but when I saw him on screen I didn’t even think that was him because it looked nothing like him. Probably one of the best portrayals of a DC villain in live action

    • @Samur/Aye I mean it's funny you say that because Ledger's Joker is the most comic accurate in characterisation for sure, which I'd argue is easily the most important area to be accurate to the source material. His motivations, outlook on the world and dynamic with Batman are adapted perfectly and while he doesn't look or at a surface level act all that similar to the comic Joker, he's still the most accurate in all the ways that matter. The Joker doesn't have a canonical origin story. He has many POSSIBLE canon origins but it's never been outright confirmed. You mention the Killing Joke and even in that comic he talks about how he doesn't even remember his past properly and that the one you see in that book might not even be real. Joker is meant to be a kind of twisted force of nature who you comes out of no where. There isn't a correct backstory for him.

    • @KS then you know nothing about Joker. You probably don't even know that the Killing Joke origin is confirmed canon and EVERYTHING you see about Jokers past is 100% exactly what happened. I severely doubt you know his family is still actually alive too. Anyway, point is, the Ace Chemical incident happened, that IS Jokers origin, and the only 2 live action movie versions that have that origin are Nicholsons and Leto. You probably like the butchered Ledger version though, who wears make-up instead of having bleached skin (which is how Batman can spot a phony Joker). Who walks away from the show of 2 people killing each other to get a spot on his team, while a legit Joker would stay and watch, and likely kill the winner anyway. He doesn't look like Joker, doesn't act like Joker, and doesn't have the origin.

    • @Samur/Aye Nicolsons Joker is not comic accurate in any way except appearance.

    • @Ben Gilhooly I disagree with you, sir. That’s why I commented. I don’t disrespect your opinion, I simply think it’s bold

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  • They did a job at him being a first responder and him being a detective. I would have liked to see Pattinson do more as Interrogating and intimidating of criminals

  • Another great video. It made me realize why the simple skintight cloth old school costumes were more inconspicuous; you could easily keep them under your clothes, even the masks which just had to be under collar. What do they do with that modern bulky, unflexable body armor? Wouldn't it be way bulkier looking if kept under the civies? And if not, how do you just switch into it, or even lug it around Inconspicuously?

  • I remember when Robert Pattinson said he wasn't getting "superhero swoll" to play Batman and everyone freaked out. And now, no one has critized him for being "too skinny." Pattinson doesn't deserve us 🙏

    • Its lack of any build for me. He’s in the same shape as i am during the winter. It just screams laziness and i don’t respect it. I keep in shape for health, just part of my routine. You’re telling me he couldn’t put in some extra work to bulk or lean a bit?

    • Except for me I guess 🤷‍♂️

  • I really liked this movie. I really hope they make a sequel. I want the main villain of the sequel to be Hush (Thomas Elliot), because I think that this type of a Batman could do Hush some justice. It would also be nice to see a villain in a Batman movie that we haven't seen in the movies before. I am getting tired of them recycling villains. Batman has such a huge rogues gallery, why not use someone different instead of recycling the same five villains everytime you make a new trilogy?

    • @randomcommentguy that's a fair point.

    • I'm surprised nobody found it a bit odd that during the scene where the Riddler revealed the "truth" about Thomas Wayne having Carmine Falcone kill the reporter who was going to doing an expose on Martha Wayne and her family they revealed that the reporter's last name was Elliott and then it flashed the word HUSH during Riddler's documentary right after he mentioned hush money for that reporter. I found it to be a bit too much of a coincidence. Elliott/Hush.

    • @Mister One Two I like Hush, but he feels better for a more established and experienced Batman. Since Pattinson's version is a beginner, I don't see Hush as a good villain for the next film.

    • I've argued the merit of having Hush be the next villain, and obviously cut out the Riddler's role in that story arc, a thousand times already on discords and ID-tv. But everyone keeps saying they want Freeze

    • Make it rated R,give me a new director and writer. And I'm on board with sequels

  • I love that the movie got longer every time he mentioned the runtime

    • @Death is only the beginning So wrong yet its just so right. You deserve the Best Comment award.

    • Went from 3, progressively to 7 hours 😂😂😂😂

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  • "But when I'm out there driving, if a vehicle is directly behind me for more than three minutes I generally assume I'm about to get murdered." I'm.. honestly glad I'm not the only one.

  • When it comes to following/ being followed while in traffic, I used to drive about an hour to see family every weekend and there was almost always a blue dodge that got on the interstate when I did and took the same exit when i did. I thought it was weird at first but we kind of became buddies honking and flashing lights whenever we noticed each other. Never bothered to actually meet them though.

    • @Carlos Santana *record scratch* *freeze frame* “Yeah, that’s me. You’re probably wondering how I got here.”

    • @Ryan I think that movie starts with them in the trunk of that blue dodge.

    • You could make a movie out of that

  • I actually really enjoyed this film! Even after being dragged to it unwillingly by my son. I thought it was brilliant!

  • Colin Farrell was honestly one of the best parts of this movie. I heard that he was playing the Penguin but when I saw him on screen I didn’t even think that was him because it looked nothing like him. Probably one of the best portrayals of a DC villain in live action

  • Genuinely laughed out loud when Jeremy Batman-growled “Little Caesar’s” 😂😂😂

    • Yooooo one of those moments I gotten bored of the video and read this as he said it 💀

    • @J35ON it’s spelled d00d

    • dood same i rofl coptered out the teater wen i saw dat

    • Same. I lost my shit at that.

  • Colin Farrell was honestly one of the best parts of this movie. I heard that he was playing the Penguin but when I saw him on screen I didn’t even think that was him because it looked nothing like him. Probably one of the best portrayals of a DC villain in live action

  • This is the most I've ever laughed at a CinemaSins video. I absolutely love this Batman movie but when it's made fun with this much perfection, all is forgiven.

  • This is Definitely My Favorite Batman movie It's dark,gritty, realistic... no lengthy exposition

  • 1. The car chase was extra great because of how the nearby cars reacted. Most car chases all the surrounding cars either ignore the chase or all immediately crash and explode for no reason. This just felt real. 2. When I saw this in the theater I could hear someone nearby say "roll credits" during the roll credits moment. They aren't loud or disruptive, it was beautiful

  • I really love this movie! In my personal opinion its a masterpiece

  • Colin Farrell was honestly one of the best parts of this movie. I heard that he was playing the Penguin but when I saw him on screen I didn’t even think that was him because it looked nothing like him. Probably one of the best portrayals of a DC villain in live action

  • Love how every time he mentions the runtime of the movie he increases the number of hours it is 😂

  • 11:53 It would appear that the car is in the far right of the frame, perhaps Colsen just kept driving normally until he’s right by the entrance and then busted through the door? This would make sense from a time stand point because based on the pace of the line of cars it looks like it could bust through the door around the time that it actually does realistically.

  • Skylights like that are usually opened with a crank that can be at the ground level or by the window that can be opened with a tool on a stick like you said. Also they do help a lot when it’s hot because heat rises.

    • @Vincent Beers I mean in reality if the sin doesn't make sense it's not really a joke because it makes your brain immediately debunk whatever was said. Which there's always one or two in every cinamasin video that doesn't make sense and usually it does come down to the writing teams lack of knowledge on said subject. I mean every other sin in this video makes sense so to say they don't all have to make sense it's just a joke makes 0 sense because essentially you're saying jokes don't have to make sense, when in fact they do or it's not really that funny. Also people making comments about how skylights work is sharing knowledge and you're just hating on it.

    • @Darren Z Isn't he from Tennessee or some shit? I admit I don't know how skylights work. That's a New York thing. Maybe Philadelphia too?

    • @darren sins are jokes. These aren't serious reviews. Jeremy isn't just making these up as he goes along. This is written by a team, he's playing the part of an asshole reviewer and some of the sins are intentionally irrational. So it doesn't matter what Jeremy knows, he's pretending to be a jerk that doesn't know everything while still nitpicking a movie. If you think every sin is supposed to make sense or that these are serious reviews, you've missed the point of the entire channel. Go look up satire.

    • the fire rises, brother

    • I just want to know how riddler entered the house through the skylight and didn’t make a noise

  • If Batman and Gordon were actually good detectives and decided to look up where the pictures were taken then the movie would've been over in 30 mins instead of the 12 hrs

  • Lets Appreciate How Much Effort He Puts In His Videos 💚

  • 14:45 something that bothered me while watching this film, there's this huge car incident caused by Penguin trying to scape, but it only ended in an upsidedown Batman walk to penguin's car for dramatic purposes, but what about all the cars and trucks that crashed and exploded? Did nobody died? Did it not make the news at all? How come Batman and Gordon just leave Penguin tied up to a column without bringing him in over the huge car incident he caused?

    • Because that scene was only there for the movie to illogically indulge itself. Just like many scenes in the movie. Rather than having a script that was well written.

  • I love this movie man. Paul and Colin deserve Oscar Nominations.

  • I've been watching cinema sins for years and these keep getting funnier, new writers? better delivery? idk but keep doing what y'all are doing

  • I think the “el rata” and tucker reveals are brilliant, because it shows that while Batman is a great detective, he’s still young, and his upbringing can be a disadvantage when he could have solved the case if he knew basic Spanish or a tool used in a hard day’s work.

    • @quleughy Like he mentioned this is literally a rookie detective Batman in his year 2.. what is so hard in understanding that

    • In all fairness, as a native Spanish speaker I didn’t think anything of it because I just assumed the writers were too white to actually know that they were getting the grammar wrong 🧐 EDIT: I also somehow didn’t catch/remember that Batman noticed the grammatical error in-universe 🤷🏽‍♂️

    • @Revolver Ocelot Yh i know. I have batman year one. Mad respect to u tho 💪🏾

    • @Kolly093 No problem I was just pointing that because in most major timelines he spends his teenage years training his body, then at 18 he goes around the world to train for 8-10 years. Mostly inspired from Year One which so many batman stories base off of batman's early years.

  • Colin Farrell was honestly one of the best parts of this movie. I heard that he was playing the Penguin but when I saw him on screen I didn’t even think that was him because it looked nothing like him. Probably one of the best portrayals of a DC villain in live action

  • I may have missed a few hundred stories or so, but I can't remember Alfred ever being this informal with Bruce Wayne. Acting like a cross between a good buddy and a grumpy uncle, instead of his usual butlery "yes sir, very well sir" that I remember from basically every story I've ever read. But maybe it's a new thing in the latest comics arcs, I don't know. Or maybe it's Serkis wildly freelancing.

  • I love how the movie just keeps getting longer everytime the runtime is brought up

  • 19:39 missed sin removal: This scene alone deserved a sin or 5 being removed as this scene alone is just... CINEMATOGRAPHY MASTERCLASS. (Kudos to greig fraser, who did the cinematography for dune 2021 and rogue one!)

  • As someone who remembers seeing Paul Dano play young asocial weirdos in a handful of films 10-15 years ago, and thought he had faded away, having him as the Riddler in a Batman film was perfect for me. It's like all my teenage years led up to this.

    • @Movement Lifestyle That film was definitely formative for me and a lot of guys my age.

    • I only know him from The Girl Next Door, lol. :D

    • I only know him from 12 Years a Slave.

    • There Will Be Blood?

    • He was awesome, I really enjoyed him in the role. Scarily like a little kid, like that's where his development stopped. Part naive kid orphan, part bloodthirsty man

  • One thing I will always give this movie is that we finally have a Batman movie where he's doing detective shit. For the worlds greatest detective there's not a lot of detectoring in a lot of Batman movies.

  • Actually skylights that opened were a great way to get the rising heat out of a room in the days before air conditioning. Given the noir "we're going to play around with different eras" feeling, this actually makes perfect sense.

  • I love how the film gets longer every time the runtime gets brought up.

  • 1:13 usually skylights like that have a crank winch mounted on the wall at human height level which you turn to open/close. Hot air rises so its a way to let the hot air out and let fresh cool air enter the room for floor level via crack gaps etc 4:49 looks like water dripping above it

  • Sins aside, Pattinson did a damn good job as Bruce in this movie

    • No Tom Cruise would have been better as Bruce..

    • @Clayton Schmohe yeah I was commenting while I watched the video, 2 bats with one stone lol

    • @Kenny Hudson Modern movie goers don't typically have the mental faculty necessary to distinguish between an emo character and a well made character with depth

    • @Krunk Cobain you're just all over this comment section to hate on the movie, huh?

    • He will be a great Bruce wayne on the sequel

  • I love how throughout the video, the movie got progressively longer

  • I love how throughout the video, the movie got progressively longer

  • People will always complain about the length of some movies. That being said, I remember watching this in the cinema and not once did I get bored. I can usually feel it when a movie is over two hours long and this is full of scenes that were just long extensions of what they needed. But despite all that it felt cohesive and awesome and I was gripped from beginning to end. I’ll call that an example of brilliant filmmaking for making me pay attention for almost three hours.

  • I love how throughout the video, the movie got progressively longer

  • Jeremy interjecting "Little Caesar's" whenever Battinson is listing things is the funniest thing in this video.

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  • I love how throughout the video, the movie got progressively longer

  • I love how throughout the video, the movie got progressively longer

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  • I just finished watching the movie and came back to see in my recommended. The only way I can describe this movie is that it's like Watchmen. Long, pretentious, not necessarily bad, not great either, but no one could pay me enough to sit through those seven and a half hours again.

  • The way I laughed in the theater when it was revealed Penguin was more fluent in Spanish than Detective Jim Gordon and The Batman

    • ​@AlexCosta not every Latin last name speaks Spanish. although my white florida ass is fluent.

    • Not Gordon as much as bAtMaN

    • Why did people don't realize that he saw the mistake with Alfred but just thought it was a mistake by riddler ?

    • @AlexCosta he didn’t know that when he first solved the riddle though. The moment he vocalized the riddler doesn’t make mistakes he realized it was done on purpose and he solved it.

    • @Myles No. Batman stated Riddler doesn't make mistakes.

  • I really love the movie and i am so happy you guys finally made a sins Video about it.

  • Love the movie but I do have a question and hopefully someone can answer this for me. So does Batman only have 1 pair of contact lenses because he gave those to Selina in the Iceberg Lounge, she takes them out and keeps them till she needed his help. And when Batman is in GCPD some cop says “what are those things in his eyes” when clearly Selina still had them. So does Batman have 1 or 2 pairs of contact recording lenses? This isn’t me nitpicking as I noticed this on first viewing. But if someone has a legitimate answer I would like to hear it. Thanks

  • How about 'Everything Wrong With Plan 9 From Outer Space' (1959). I noticed a couple of things about that movie that didn't make sense, lol.

  • I love how the movie keeps getting longer with every sin

    • *Listen, I was born dead in Gotham & resurrected myself back to life, then later on in my after witnessing all types of brutal acts & experiencing many supernatural events I moved to Brick City which is next door to Gotham aka the concrete jungle...*

  • That was the creepiest Riddler I've ever seen, and just imagining the POV of his victims is very frightening

    • i mean, compared to jim Carrey

    • @Demon Lord Gaming cap

    • Even with the insane copying of Ledger's Joker, he was a good villain. But the person behind the mask was quite forgettable

  • As someone who remembers seeing Paul Dano play young asocial weirdos in a handful of films 10-15 years ago, and thought he had faded away, having him as the Riddler in a Batman film was perfect for me. It's like all my teenage years led up to this.

    • You just copied someone else's comment above.

  • Skylights like that are usually opened with a crank that can be at the ground level or by the window that can be opened with a tool on a stick like you said. Also they do help a lot when it’s hot because heat rises.

  • Skylights like that are usually opened with a crank that can be at the ground level or by the window that can be opened with a tool on a stick like you said. Also they do help a lot when it’s hot because heat rises. completely!

  • All sins aside, this movie was fantastic. They made everything about Batman more realistic. I saw it in theaters and loved everything. The color scheme, the music, the bat signal, which is far more realistic than the previous movies have made him out to be. He's not a superhero, but an incredibly intelligent vigilante. The batmobile is more realistic and the flying scene in his suit where he is attempting to land, but struggles with it like every other normal person makes him easier to resonate with. I love how Batman and Commissioner Gordon are more like partners rather than uninvolved with each other in the past. And mind you, Robert Pattinson's performance was surprisingly great for this role!

    • I thought the long Halloween did the story a lot better.

    • I thought the story was all over the place... But if you got your money's worth then great

    • i loved this movie as well

  • i watched this movie 3 times in a row at the same cinema i swear the employees must have thought i was insane

  • 12:43 Gordon being there when the explosion happened is the reason why Batman is in the GCPD. Without him, the swat would've tried to unmask him or even just kill him on the spot and claim that he died from the explosion.

  • So I’m not an expert, but…I’m like 99% sure there is a way to tie up a repel rope to where it can hold your weight but where you can also easily get the rope back down. Ian might know actually.

    • Que Hotstean.Cam encantan tus Momento videos. Bendiciones hermosa Celina que Dios te cuide donde quiera....

    • @Lee Wolf if it’s anchored down correctly it’s pretty safe lol. It’s can actually be fairly useful for climbers and such to know in emergency scenarios.

    • I believe it’s called a suicide knot and they’re dangerous to use for obvious reasons plus you need enough excess rope to loosen it on the other end. Plus the time to tie such a knot.

  • I love that the movie got longer every time he mentioned the runtime

  • I love that the movie got longer every time he mentioned the runtime

  • so good how hard you guys had to try lol hardly any of the things are sins of the film at all, I knew coming in the film is great but this just proves it! Thanks CinemaSins

  • Genuinely laughed out loud when Jeremy Batman-growled “Little Caesar’s”

  • On behalf of all frustrated infosec engineers everywhere, I grant CinemaSins an exhaustedly loud THANK YOU for the unknown thumbdrive in laptop sin.

    • @Ceci Hernández Lara there were A LOT of those moments for me. I was honestly laughing less than 5 minutes into the movie...I practically went MST3K on it lol. I mean...who talks about how they could be in Any Shadow...and then walks out of the Shadow EVERYONE is looking at??????? I was cracking up and knew right then "oh, so this has a bunch of ideas and that is all"...bc that opening monologue was interesting...right up until Batman walks out of the Shadow everyone and the camera is looking at........name 1 Batman movie where his entrance into the movie is from right where the criminals are looking??? Literally, all they needed to do was have 1 of the thugs be DRAGGED into the Shadows from the opposite side, some sounds of punches, and then have him walk out of the shadows and it would have been better than what we got.... This Batman does not appear to have ever been trained by anyone tbh. There is no Escape Artist training, and very little theatrics (that he does intentionally to help drive home the fear)...he just Beats on things and puts innocent bystanders in harms way bc they are in his way....sigh

    • @Snarethedrummer Makes sense

    • @Leonardo As they say in the video, you never, ever put a dirty drive into your own/daily computer. You shouldn't even have the computer you do put it in connected to the internet.

    • @Ceci Hernández Lara why tho?

    • I’m just glad I’m not the only person it bothered so much.

  • Genuinely laughed out loud when Jeremy Batman-growled “Little Caesar’s”

  • Genuinely laughed out loud when Jeremy Batman-growled “Little Caesar’s”

  • Fun fact about the sky lights is, there is actually a long pole you use to open and close them, my parents had skylights up high in our old house and they had to use a 6 ft pole to open them.

  • You know, when I first saw this movie in theaters I was honestly confused how Batman took that explosion without the exposed parts of his face getting burned. Looking at the clip again and paying close attention, I realize he shielded his face with his arms at the last second.

    • @Gummie Bear That’s true. Realistically, being that close to an explosion at all would’ve scrambled him. Still, realistic or not, I remember hearing a criticism saying “If he knew the explosion was coming, why didn’t he jump out of the way to safety?” and it made me think, “I’m pretty sure Batman wouldn’t just abandon a guy with a bomb strapped to him. He’s a hero after all, heroes try to save lives no matter what.” Unfortunately he failed to save the guy and almost went down with him if not for the writers deciding he can totally survive close range explosions.

    • @Roy@lle So the movie could happen. Honestly, writers have had Batman survive plenty of impossible shit in other movies. Considering his armor is so bulletproof in this movie that machine-gunfire barely makes him flinch, it’s not that much of a stretch to assume it mostly protected him from the explosion, the question is what the fuck his suit is made of. If I had to guess, I’d say it’s made of plot armor, I hear that’s some very sturdy stuff.

  • I'm surprised there wasn't a sin for the fact that penguin slamming the brakes on the highway caused a semi to pretty much stop in its tracks rather than just continue to plow through it like it actually would, especially on a wet road.

    • ok

    • @Jesus Saves! if only

    • Your worries (yes, anxiety), depression, suicidal thoughts, EVERYTHING will melt away and be NO MORE when you lean on God and put your trust in him! When I have physical pain, I literally pray and the Lord quells it, that I am healed! Know that there is power in the name Jesus Christ! His name casts out demons and heals! People are bothered by his name. The world hates the truth and wants to continue living sinfully! God's children are set apart (holy) and righteous.

  • One of my favourite films, I’m happing with the length because the pacing was godly

  • I love how the movie keeps getting longer every time he sins it!

  • This movie had barley any sins. God what a masterpiece

  • Opening skylights has always been a thing. Heat rises, so it gives the heat a place to escape. They either have a crank or motor with a linkage to open them.

    • seriously, how many tears did you sad sacks shed during this video? I'll bet 5,000 in anguish and another 4800 in anger.

    • I found the sin to be a reach too

    • Que Hotstean.Cam encantan tus Momento videos. Bendiciones hermosa Celina que Dios te cuide donde quiera....

    • He pointed out how many buildings Batman has gone into with skylines because he uses those as exits and entrances in the movie

    • @Bret .Maverick Something only achieved by advance civilizations, or you know, anyone with a stick with a hook on the end a little gripped handle on the other end to spin it. ;)

  • Establishing the dramatic tension through looong drawn out pauses/phrasings, and walking slowly for EVERY scene they could is what took me completely out of the movie. That by itself was what drastically lengthened the movie to a non attention holding amount. The portayal of most characters was very well done. The directing was just off.

  • Although he is the Joker, I thought it would be interesting if the prisoner at the end was actually the real riddler. He says the iconic, “riddle me this” line and everything. Kind of a last twist to say the riddler in this movie was just the start.

  • As someone with a skylight 20 feet above the ground I can confirm that there is a special stick that hooks onto the crank to open a skylight and then there is a bent handle so that you can spin the stick to screw it open.

  • I want a movie where all of the characters have “gravel” voices. Lots of hushed yelling. 🤣

  • My favorite DC movie and Batman movie, 100%. I love the gritty noir theme, honestly would like a black and white cut like with Logan. My least fav parts were honestly the kiss scenes with Catwoman. Let my women be queer and let Batman be ace... please, it's just gross. Also, the car scene gave me goose bumps in theaters. So amazing. Remove like most of the Catwoman scenes and it would have been perfect.

  • I feel like Pattinson's Batman was great, Bale's Bruce Wayne was great and Affleck's fight scenes were great now to find an actor that can pull off all these three actors vibe and we will get the real Batman that we deserve😁

  • Best episode so far. Many of these sins I noted while watching and was really pissed off. Thank you.