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This is the movie that launched me into my life as a Batman-fan, a Nightwing-zealot, and Robin-enthusiast. That being said, it's pretty much... okay. I give it an ambiguous amount of jakefaces out of 10. ?/?.

I've always socialized better with women and I'm really awkward around other guys. Sometimes I meet dudes and I really idolize them. There was this one dude for like 8 months that I really looked up to and there's a guy at my school named Michael that always reminded me of him, so I also really looked up to Michael and wanted to be his buddy. And somehow, Michael said he'd go to the new Batman movie with me (as long as I paid). This was great news! So we went to see the Battinson movie and it was great. Or, for me it was. The moment "Ave Maria" started playing I was at the edge of my seat. At this point in my life I'd only seen two other Batman movies, Batman Begins, and The Dark Knight. My mind was blown by the soundtrack, and I almost soyed my face off when "Something in the Way" started playing, and the second time, come on! I thought it was great. It was 3 hours long and I wasn't bored once. For weeks after the movie I was telling everyone about how good the movie was, it was a masterpiece, I'm le actual Batman, etc, basically all just bullshit. I'm nothing like Batman, I'm a talkative, joyous ball of happy! But anyways, the movie really captivated me, and I think it had to do with the movie-theater magic. You know what I mean? When you see a movie in theaters and that makes it so much better than what it would've been like if you watched it at home? Because I actually did watch it again at home, with my dad, and it was like, wow. This is way different from what I remember. And wow, this is so long. And at that point I knew a lot more about Batman because it was months later and I didn't really like the way they portrayed Bruce Wayne. He was so emo and it was kind of weird. I think the Batman Begins portrayal of Batman's beginnings was way better, but the thing is, you can't really compare the Christopher Nolan movies to the Matt Reeves one. They're just totally different things. And something I always get confused about is how Batman is like, "Justice, not vengeance," but then he goes all, "I'm vengeance." I know he says it in the comics, but, like, why? I'm probably thinking about it the wrong way, though. But still, that's not what Batman looks like! He's not nearly muscular enough! It works, though. It's just different. It takes getting used to. See, this is why I give it an ambiguous amount of jakefaces. I just can't make up my mind. I really like the way the Riddler was portrayed here, but again, it's very different. And come on, guys, Batman is supposed to be the "World's Greatest Detective". But that whole "rata alada" thing was just horrible. Everyone in the movie theater figured that out about a billion years before Batman did. The casting was really great, though. I have my thoughts about Battinson's stetiks but it really doesn't matter at the end of the day. But the casting of Jeffrey Wright as Gordon was really great. Same with Kravitz as Catwoman and Colin Farrell as The Penguin. Paul Dano's Riddler was, like I said, different, but still pretty likable. And that teaser at the end of the Joker in Arkham was awesome.

All in all, I have no idea how I feel about this movie.