4K Ultra HD
Director: Matt Reeves
Actors: Robert Pattinson, Zoë Kravitz, Jeffrey Wright
Plot: When a sadistic serial killer begins murdering key political figures in Gotham, Batman is forced to investigate the city's hidden corruption and question his family's involvement.
Disc Release Date: 24 May 2022
... sublime in both composition and rendering
... a pervasive, invasive track
... comprehensive extras
... a brilliant Year Two chapter in the world of Batman, with a much needed reworking of The Riddler as a genuine threat, and finally some damn detective work
... fans of the film, and of the character, should investigate this one now
NOTE: This review's screenshots are all sourced from the included Blu-ray disc.The Batman's true 4K source material is preserved perfectly well on Warner Bros.' 2160p transfer, in part because the movie...
The Batman's sound design is another notch in the win column, as the default Dolby Atmos mix likewise preserves a theater-grade experience that packs quite a punch at key moments during the film. There's...
This three-disc release (one 4K movie disc, one Blu-ray movie disc, and one Blu-ray bonus feature disc) ships in a hinged keepcase with uncomfortably close poster-themed cover artwork, a matching slipcover,...
Riddler on the roof.The Batman film series has had plenty of ups and downs over the years. Older fans might push for Tim Burton's 1989 film or maybe its sequel as personal favorites, while the next generation...
Matt Reeves' The Batman is an accomplished piece of atmospheric cinema and the solid first step of a planned trilogy, even if bits and pieces of its story and narrative flow show some room for improvement....
The Batman storms onto 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray with an often stunning albeit very dark native 4K 2160p Dolby Vision transfer. I mean, this is a Batman movie - it’s going to be dark but this film took that...
Both the 4K and 1080p Blu-ray releases score a fantastic Dolby Atmos audio mix. Since this is a very wet movie with a lot of rain, there’s plenty of near-constant overhead activity in the height channels....
Considering the near-three-hour runtime, I appreciate Warner Bros slipping the bonus features onto a separate disc. Neither the 4K Disc nor the 1080p Disc has any bonus features. What we get here is a...
Two years of stalking the night streets of Gotham as the Batman (Robert Pattinson) and Bruce Wayne is no closer to his goal of deterring crime. Murder and mayhem are at record highs before Gotham’s mayoral...
The Batman is the sort of Batman flick I’ve wanted to see on the big screen for a long time now. While past films have had their highlights with the characters, it didn’t feel like Matt Reeves pulled from...
My son saw it when it was released in the theater. He is a Marvel/DC film fan (more one than the other) and his overall impression was positive...
This film is tailor made for immersive sound as the blend of audio objects placed in the height channels contains atmospherics and discrete effects. At times it creates a tangible level of 3D immersion...
Disc 1: The Batman Ultra HD Blu-rayDisc 2: The Batman Blu-rayDisc 3: Special Features Blu-ray• Vengeance In The Making• Vengeance Meets Justice• The Batman: Genesis• Becoming Catwoman• Looking for Vengeance•...
With only a few trusted allies—Alfred (Andy Serkis), Lt. James Gordon (Jeffrey Wright)—amongst the city’s corrupt network of officials and high-profile figures, the lone vigilante has established himself...
Home Entertainment featuring reference quality audio/video, including a terrific Dolby Atmos immersive surround mix, and a fan friendly supplemental package. I can’t say with certainty that...