Gamespot scores 6 for ‘The Batman’: Robert Pattinson lacks Batman charm


The media Gamespot gave “The Batman” 6 points. Gamespot said that the film was average, and the starring Robert Pattinson lacked Batman’s charm.

Gamespot said that “The Batman” managed to tell a story in less than half the time, which is unquestionably an achievement considering the film’s staggering three hours.

Gamespot scores 6 for 'The Batman': Robert Pattinson lacks Batman charm

But over the three-hour run, Batman’s imagery somehow feels both too scattered and too sparse and stacked.

And while Paul Dano’s The Riddler is absolutely creepy, Robert Pattinson is the weak link.

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While he does look a lot like Batman, it’s hard to imagine that a dual character like Batman wouldn’t have more ways to express it.

Gamespot scores 6 for 'The Batman': Robert Pattinson lacks Batman charm

He was sullen, his eyes hollow and angry, his shoulders slumped, and he was completely reluctant to speak under the mask.

  • Well-designed Gotham City with outstanding features is a perfect setting
  • Brilliant performances by Paul Dano (The Riddler), Jeffrey Wright (Chief Gordon), and Zoë Kravitz (Catwoman)
  • This time The Riddler is a new version of the very familiar villain
  • Detective-centric concept is a new idea for Batman movies

-Robert Pattinson lacks charisma in Batman/Bruce Wayne dynamic switching

  • Twists and turns the plot drags on
  • Too many story characters make some characters’ lines feel like random narration
  • Too much use of formulaic POV footage and details are hard to see
  • Predictable Batman tech and like Alfred and Batmobile feel tethered

“The Batman” is 2 hours and 55 minutes long.

Robert Pattinson as Batman, Zoë Kravitz as Catwoman, Paul Dano as The Riddler, Colin Farrell as The Penguin, Matt Reeves directing.

Focus on a young detective Batman: In Bruce Wayne’s second year as Batman, the public still fears this mysterious character, The Riddler, The Penguin also appear, and the story will expose the corruption within Gotham City through a series of murders.

“The Batman” opens in North America on March 4.

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