The Batman: Movie Review

Hello everyone, and welcome back to my blog. This week has been very eventful! I went to the movie theaters on Friday and a baby shower on Saturday. We’re not here to talk about the baby shower, though. THE BATMAN MOVIE WAS SOOOOOO GOOD!


If you know me or have heard me talk about anything I have been writing recently, it has been Batman-themed. My brother indoctrinated me into the DC universe when I was young, and ever since then, I have absolutely loved it. So, my brother ordered tickets for us to go see The Batman on opening night. We went, and let me tell you that movie was terrific! The writers and directors made it seem unique but also familiar in a sense. Don’t get me started on the actor, though… I will start myself. Robert Pattinson did a spectacular job on this project. Even though he wasn’t my mom’s type, I sure didn’t mind looking at him.


Despite the actors and things like that, the movie itself was absolutely bonkers crazy. The soundtrack (including a song from Nirvana <3), the atmosphere, the plot, the riddles, and just everything else really tied it together for me. It was three hours long, but it felt like it was only one! I could hardly blink.


Anyways, since I’ve decided to keep spoilers out of this blog, I cannot say anything else. To make up for that, here is a picture:

(You can definitely see how excited I was here…)

Thank you for reading my blog this week! Keep an eye out for further developments and other blogs coming out soon! <3

 

Author: Locklyn Wilchynski

Locklyn Wilchynski (She/Her) is a poet, writer, and musician. She is also a senior literary arts student at Mississippi School of the Arts. Her writing has been published in Co-Lin Refractions Literary & Art Magazine and The Phoenix Literary Journal. She won two gold keys, a silver key, and two honorable mentions in the 2021 Scholastic Arts and Writing Awards. She has also won an honorable mention in the 2021 Ephemera Prize. She is a lover of all things crafted in darkness and finding the beauty within that. She believes that storytelling is one of the most powerful forms of communication to open up new conversations and ideas.

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