The latest movie ‘Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice’ was released in 2016 and it is one of the blockbuster films of 2016. There are many controversies surrounding this film; it has been generating a lot of buzz since its release. The hero fans have been waiting for years to see who will emerge victorious from this battle between Superman and Batman. But, there is one question that remains unanswered after the film’s release: where does the story take us next?
Every fan of the Batman movies knows that the films are not perfect, but they can’t be completely judged on quality alone. Several factors play into a film’s form factor: story, dialogue and so on, but some aspects just don’t lie well with the art direction of these films. What if we could offer an opinion about whether a given film is good or bad? This article discusses the advantages and disadvantages of this approach – and why it might not be a good idea for us to do it ourselves.
In the film Batman Begins, a new character is introduced to the audience. It is the young Bruce Wayne and his true identity, Thomas Wayne, has already been revealed by David Wallace and Mike Werb. However in some ways, it’s not Bruce who has a genuine personality but rather a copy of one.
There are several key points that can be made about this character. He is called Batman because he uses bats as his weapon and strikes fear into the hearts of criminals. He is secretly named Bruce Wayne; he doesn’t like being called about his father’s murder, which brought him down from Gotham City to live a quiet life in isolation with his mother Martha Wayne. Nobody knows that he was actually blamed for his mother’s death even though it was actually Commissioner Gordon who killed her by mistake.