Cherie was a bit surprised by Batman: The Brave and the Bold. Click here to read why-well go on.
Batman: The Brave and the Bold, isn’t what you might think. When I first heard about the series I thought it would be a real throw away, but as it turns out Batman: The Brave and the Bold is a real surprise. The animation is actually pretty good and the first episode, “Rise of Blue Beetle” was action packed for sure, but what really gives me hope is that Batman: The Brave and the Bold has a sense of humor.
Think there is nothing left to be said about The Dark Knight? Oh think again. Check out Colin’s review here.
(Also check back soon as we will have a Dark Knight Blu-Ray review as soon as possible.)
“The Dark Knight” is an exceedingly clever film. Like Batman it is almost indestructible, satisfyingly tense, smart, allegorical, and action packed. I grimace at the last statement because my tolerance for mainstream film action is so low that I don’t even expect it to be good, but “The Dark Knight” is. But that’s because of the characters.
Barry reviews the new Blu-Ray release “Batman: Gotham Knight” just in time for the second weekend of “The Dark Knight” (sure to be another huge success)
I was one of many unfortunate souls who did not adequately anticipate the magnitude of “Bat-Mania” during the opening weekend of “The Dark Knight”. Tickets were sold-out all weekend long at my local theatre, and I was left on the outside, clenched fists raised in unmitigated angst as I cursed at no one in particular, and in true supervillain fashion, swore vengeance against the legions of innocent, better-prepared bystanders.
But then I remembered that I had the new cartoon Batman DVD to watch at home, and somehow that made everything slightly better. Read the rest of the review here