Posted by: Atreides <Send E-Mail> Date: Monday, October 24, 2005, at 8:39 a.m. IP Address: ool-18e442ab.dyn.optonline.net
No matter how you slice it, Batman Begins wasn't your average comic book film. It was a film centered around a character, his development, and ultimately him finding himself. It wasn't another lame Burton/Schumacher "What will we do?! *Gasp* Its Batman coming to save the day!!" film. This was a classic-style character film. And what do they usually require? Understated but basically effective score, which is what Zimmer and Howard gave us. Clemmensen, stop trying to put your "analysis" of movies into your reviews, because you show ignorance of the art of cinema every time you do. If you were to give this two stars based solely on the album of MUSIC (which you are good at reviewing) then that would be understandable. But please, stop acting like a film critic, because that you are not.