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REVIEW | 'The Batman'

  Not many casuals know that before receiving his own title in 1940, Batman made his first appearance in Detective Comics #27 a year prior. Matt Reeves’ The Batman brings back the character to his sleuthing roots while adapting with care, storylines set during the early years of the Caped Crusader - his parental lineage in “Batman: Earth One”, and a mash-up of Selina Kyle’s origins from “Batman: Year One” and “Batman: The Long Halloween”. While subplots would ring a bell to well-versed comic book readers, Reeves still crafted a gripping story that stands on its own. Given all these homages to comic book stories, you might want to stay away from Dark Knight fans who might mumble with every reference played in the theater. The Batman does not come with subtitles on the big screen so listen keenly to every cryptic clue and name-drop, particularly of crime lords and thugs who are not as flamboyant as The Penguin. Although even the villains with the most colorful names adapt the film’s to

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