Review: Ive just returned from viewing the screening Batman Begins. I went in with low expectations, despite the superiority of Christopher Nolan's previous efforts. Talk about your expectations at a standstill! The film captures how wet rope from the beginning. I will not give away any of the story, suffice to say, he mixes and matches its resources freely, throw in a dash of Frank Miller, Alan Moore, and a small pinch of Bob Kane with great success. What is impressive is that despite the importance of the franchise, Nolan has worked with many of his trademark mass movie. The story is not developed in a linear way in the first half, and there are some really exciting scenes hallucinations. Parents, think about taking their young children together, think twice. When we left, terrified 8-year-old boy was being comforted by her parents,. Part of what's on the screen is really material nightmares.Of throw Britons have chosen to bring this American story to the masses, Christian Bale convinces his dual role, while Michael Caine as Alfred comes with humor a time when the film is danger of taking themselves too seriously. Gary Oldman and Tom Wilkinson to provide support, and Morgan Freeman. Most refreshing of all is the way that Nolan and come up with a way to bring the series to the screen that does justice to the source material is often grown in a way that, say, Daredevil, tried and failed to do so (although the director's cut, the better). If The Dark Knight did not return after that, there is no justice.