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    To me Pattinson looks the standard for the kind of Bruce/Batman they're trying to convey, more or less. A lot of it looks standard to me.

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    Michael Giacchino. The Batman theme.



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    Quote Originally Posted by signalman112 View Post
    Michael Giacchino. The Batman theme.


    Nice!!! Giacchino does good work, while this doesn't blow me away, it is catchy and sounds like Batman.
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    I just saw the runtime for this.
    Hmmm better not be full of fluff.
    Long run times either work due to a fluid narrative or they are drawn out because someone thinks they are Artsy and it bores the rest of us in places.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Craig View Post
    I just saw the runtime for this.
    Hmmm better not be full of fluff.
    Long run times either work due to a fluid narrative or they are drawn out because someone thinks they are Artsy and it bores the rest of us in places.
    I just googled what the runtime is and wow at 2hr 55mins that is a lot, I hope we're not bogged down again showing Batman's origin for the umpteenth time.

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    The rumor on the two cuts is they were runtime ... Not ratings.

    So will this be R?
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    Quote Originally Posted by BeastieRunner View Post
    The rumor on the two cuts is they were runtime ... Not ratings.

    So will this be R?
    Pretty sure they said it’s gonna be Pg 13. Could be wrong

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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Craig View Post
    I just saw the runtime for this.
    Hmmm better not be full of fluff.
    Long run times either work due to a fluid narrative or they are drawn out because someone thinks they are Artsy and it bores the rest of us in places.
    I am quite worried about the long time, it is almost 3 hours. Matt Reeves would need to have a very perfect pacing and very good film editing to make sure the 3 hours run goes quite fast and is not really noticeable that will make the film come of bloated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BeastieRunner View Post
    The rumor on the two cuts is they were runtime ... Not ratings.

    So will this be R?
    it is not going to be R or does it need to be R, at least from watching the trailers. it looks fine as hard edge pg 13 film.

    However if Reeves wants the R rating and I hope WB respects that and give him the rating.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Styles View Post
    Bruce pretty out of it here...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frontier View Post
    Bruce pretty out of it here...
    I like this clip and the color grading even more. it kind of gave me the very old school X-MEN 1 vibe. this is the very first time I am feeling the cinematography of the film with full conviction, it looks naturally grounded without trying to over do things, which I will admit was slightly problematic about Snyder's Batman v Superman cinematography although I still like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Midvillian1322 View Post
    Pretty sure they said it’s gonna be Pg 13. Could be wrong
    Probably correct.

    Reading more that both cuts were PG-13 but one 3:12 ... Looks like this was always intended to be a marathon movie!
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    This is great news! Glad they didn't force him to trim an hour off. Everything looks great. And we all knew it was never going to be R - but neither was The Dark Knight and holy hell it was intense. So far everything about this is looking good. I'm a little apprehensive, but only because recently I wound up hating all the other movies I had looked forward to (Godzilla vs Kong, Mortal Kombat, Batman: The Long Halloween, three in a row films I hoped would be good but didn't enjoy). Hoping this'll break my losing streak of film watches. I so want to like a new movie again.

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    Hey Lawrence of Arabia was well over 3 hours, so hey maybe it will be ok.

    But I wonder if the movie theatres will again incorporate intermissions into these longer films at some point. Just so they can increase their snack sales if nothing else. It happens in live theatre all the time and used to even happen with movies.
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