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Batman Begins ist eine US-amerikanische Comicverfilmung des Regisseurs Christopher Nolan aus dem Jahre Der Film ist ein Reboot der. Bruce Wayne ist fest entschlossen, Gotham von der Korruption zu befreien und sich an Joe Chilli, dem Mörder seiner Eltern, zu rächen. Als ihm zu Ohren kommt, dass dieser gerade aus dem Gefängnis entlassen wurde, wittert Bruce seine Chance. Mit. sfbok30.se: Finden Sie Batman Begins in unserem vielfältigen DVD- & Blu-ray-Angebot. Gratis Versand durch Amazon ab einem Bestellwert von 29€. Batman Begins [dt./OV]. (1,)2h 19minX-Ray Als maskierter Kreuzritter Batman kämpft Bruce Wayne mit Stärke, Intelligenz und einem Arsenal von. Batman Begins ein Film von Christopher Nolan mit Christian Bale, Katie Holmes. Inhaltsangabe: Auch viele Jahre nach dem Mord an seinen Eltern hat der.
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In addition, another version of the Tumbler was a miniature model that was scale of the actual Tumbler. This miniature model had an electric motor and was used to show the Tumbler flying across ravines and between buildings.
However, the actual Tumbler was used for the waterfall sequence. The filmmakers intended to create a very mobile Batsuit that would allow the wearer to move easily to fight and crouch.
Previous film incarnations of the Batsuit had been stiff and especially restrictive of full head movement. The Batsuit's basic design was a neoprene undersuit, which was shaped by attaching molded cream latex sections.
Christian Bale was molded and sculpted prior to his physical training so the team could work on a full body cast.
To avoid imperfections picked up by sculpting with clay, plastiline was used to smooth the surface.
In addition, the team brewed different mixtures of foam to find the mixture that would be the most flexible, light, durable, and black.
The latter presented a problem, since the process to make the foam black reduced the foam's durability. For the cape, director Christopher Nolan wanted to have a "flowing cloak Hemming's team created the cape out of their own version of parachute nylon that had electrostatic flocking, a process shared with the team by the British Ministry of Defence.
The process was used by the London police force to minimize night vision detection. The cape was topped by a cowl , which was designed by Nolan, Hemming, and costume effects supervisor Graham Churchyard.
The cowl was created to be thin enough to allow motion but thick enough to avoid wrinkling when Bale turned his head in the Batsuit.
Churchyard explained the cowl had been designed to show "a man who has angst", so his character would be revealed through the mask.
Batman Begins' fight choreographers, Justo Dieguez and Andy Norman, trained actors and stunt performers using the Spanish Keysi Fighting Method ,  which itself gained fame after it was used in the film and its sequel, The Dark Knight ; however, the method was modified in The Dark Knight Rises due to Batman's age and physical condition and in order to match Bale's fighting style.
The method is a self-defense system whose training is based on the study and cultivation of natural instincts.
For Batman Begins , Nolan preferred traditional stuntwork over computer-generated imagery. Locations and sets were recreated digitally so that the flying bats would not appear incongruous once incorporated into the finished film.
Nolan originally invited Zimmer to compose the music, and Zimmer asked Nolan if he could invite Howard to compose as well, as they had always planned a collaboration.
Zimmer and Howard began composing in Los Angeles and moved to London where they stayed for twelve weeks to complete most of their writing.
Zimmer wanted to avoid writing music that had been done in earlier Batman films, so the score became an amalgamation of orchestra and electronic music.
The film's ninety-piece orchestra  was developed from members of various London orchestras, and Zimmer chose to use more than the normal number of cellos.
Zimmer enlisted a boy soprano to help reflect the music in some of the film's scenes where tragic memories of Bruce Wayne's parents are involved.
He also attempted to add a human dimension to Batman, whose behavior would typically be seen as "psychotic", through the music.
Both composers collaborated to create 2 hours and 20 minutes worth of music for the film,  with Zimmer composing the action sequences and Howard focusing on the dramatic scenes.
Polled moviegoers rated the film with an A, and according to the studio's surveys, Batman Begins was considered the best of all the Batman films.
The audience's demographic was 57 percent male and 54 percent people over the age of The site's critical consensus reads, "Brooding and dark, but also exciting and smart, Batman Begins is a film that understands the essence of one of the definitive superheroes.
James Berardinelli applauded Nolan and Goyer's work in creating more understanding into "who [Batman] is and what motivates him", something Berardinelli felt Tim Burton's film had lacked; at the same time, Berardinelli felt the romantic aspect between Bale and Holmes did not work because the actors lacked the chemistry Christopher Reeve and Margot Kidder Superman , or Tobey Maguire and Kirsten Dunst Spider-Man shared in their respective roles.
Los Angeles Times ' Kenneth Turan , who felt the film began slowly, stated that the "story, psychology and reality, not special effects", assisted the darkness behind Batman's arsenal; he noted that Neeson and Holmes, unlike Bale's ability to "feel his role in his bones", do not appear to fit their respective characters in "being both comic-book archetypes and real people".
He was unimpressed with the film, when comparing it to the two Tim Burton films, and that Christian Bale's presence was hindered by the "dull earnestness of the screenplay", the final climax was "cheesy and unexciting", and that Nolan had resorted to imitating the "fakery" used by other filmmakers when filming action sequences.
Michael Wilmington of the Chicago Tribune believed Nolan and Goyer managed to "comfortably mix the tormented drama and revenge motifs with light hearted gags and comic book allusions," and that Nolan takes the series out of the "slam-bang Hollywood jokefests" the franchise had drifted into.
Jones, from the Chicago Reader , criticized the script, and Nolan and David Goyer for not living up to the "hype about exploring Batman's damaged psyche ".
Giving it four out of four stars, he commended the realistic portrayals of the Batman arsenal — the Batsuit, Batcave, Tumbler, and the Batsignal — as well as the focus on "the story and character" with less stress on "high-tech action".
Film director Tim Burton —who had directed the Batman film and its first sequel —felt Nolan "captured the real spirit that these kind of movies are supposed to have nowadays.
When I did Batman twenty years ago, in or something, it was a different time in comic book movies. You couldn't go into that dark side of comics yet.
The last couple of years that has become acceptable and Nolan certainly got more to the root of what the Batman comics are about. Comic book writer and author Danny Fingeroth argues that a strong theme in the film is Bruce's search for a father figure, saying "[Alfred] is the good father that Bruce comes to depend on.
Bruce's real father died before they could establish an adult relationship, and Liam Neeson 's Ducard is stern and demanding, didactic and challenging, but not a father figure with any sympathy.
If Bruce is anyone's son, he is Alfred's. Alfred provides a maternal figure of unconditional love, despite the overall lack of focus on a mother figure in Bruce's life.
Fingeroth also argues that a major theme in the film is fear, which supports the story of Bruce Wayne becoming a hero.
Director Christopher Nolan stated that the idea behind the film was "a person who would confront his innermost fear and then attempt to become it".
Fingeroth referred to this film's depiction as "the man with fear—but who rises above it". The theme of fear is further personified by the Scarecrow.
Allusions to fear are seen throughout, from Bruce's conquering of his demons, to becoming Batman, to the Scarecrow and his deadly fear toxin.
The macabre, distorted images presented in the Scarecrow's toxin-induced hallucinations also express the idea of terror to an extreme.
Critic Brian Orndorf considered Batman Begins "fierce" and "demonstrative in brood", giving the film an abundance of gravitas and energy.
The theme of fear is intensified with the help of the musical score by Zimmer and Howard, which also "eschews traditional heroic themes".
Orndorf noted that Bruce is a "character constantly striving to do the right thing, not worn down by incessant reexamination". Batman Begins has been cited as one of the most influential films of the s.
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However, I am pleased to report I could not have been more wrong about how great Christopher Nolan's Batman Begins is.
This is better than Burton. Sacrilege, you say?! Well Burton was still cartoony in many elements, he wasn't churning out the bilge of Schumacher but Burton's Batman was still over the top.
As a kid this was ideal but Nolan's Batman is real. Everything in this world seems plausible and it is therefore a world that draws you in.
Characters' vulnerability is that much more present. Every bruise, every scare, every concern, every emotion seems real. Part of this is that Nolan has assembled an exemplary cast.
Again, this concerned me prior to seeing the film. I wasn't sure a cast of big name legends like Michael Caine and Morgan Freeman and well known names like Liam Neeson and Katie Holmes wouldn't detract and distract from Batman.
I was always sure Christian Bale could be the great moody Batman he's been waiting his career to be but the others I wasn't so sure about.
That said Bale is not just good, he's superb. I never thought I'd really be able to envision anyone other than Michael Keaton as the definitive Batman for me but since seeing Batman Begins a couple of days ago Bale has cemented himself in the position.
Perhaps Keaton will now be able to escape the spectre of Batman he hasn't truly shaken off for 13 years. The rest of the cast is also pitch perfect.
Cillian Murphy is creepy as hell, Liam Neeson is authoritative and imposing, Katie Holmes is strong and sexy I particularly thought she'd be insipid, she should jettison Tom Cruise and let her talent - which she does have naysayers just watch Pieces Of April - speak for itself and Michael Caine is an Alfred you've never seen but in fact far more likely as a butler than the aristocratic pomp with which he is usually portrayed.
Gary Oldman is also superb in a rare wholly decent character for him as Lieutenant Jim Gordon who gets far more to so here than Gordon has ever had to do before.
Only Tom Wilkinson is a little off with a slightly comedic wise-guy American accent that never really convinces. The emotional bond between Bruce Wayne and Alfred is actually a wonderful human heart to the film than Nolan and Goyer have written perfectly.
Don't let that make you think the action is not front and centre though. From Wayne's training through the early stages of the film to his early missions as Batman at about the half way point to a thrillingly choreographed chase sequence and an edge of your seat finale this film delivers the cool quotient in bucket loads.
Great villains especially Murphy , great story, great cast, great action Probably the best comic-book movie ever made that's excluding the genius Sin City which I consider a moving comic-book rather than a comic-book movie, that will never be bettered but Batman is a different beast and the best of its kind.
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