Batman Begins

Batman Begins

Driven by tragedy, billionaire Bruce Wayne dedicates his life to uncovering and defeating the corruption that plagues his home, Gotham City. Unable to work within the system, he instead creates a new identity, a symbol of fear for the criminal underworld - The Batman.

Bruce Wayne, who experiences the death of his parents at a very young age, relocates to Asia and trains with his metors- Henri Ducard and Ra';s Al Ghul in fighting injustice. After training with his mentor, Bruce begins his war on crime to free the crime-ridden Gotham City from corruption that the Scarecrow and the League of Shadows have cast upon it. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Batman Begins torrent reviews

Greg H (ca) wrote: Mike Birbiglia thinks improvisers are a non-stop trip to unfunny annoyance. Scattered moments of poignance and a stellar cast cans save this mess. This is improv's "Punchline" with less accuracy.

Shawn C (gb) wrote: If you love and respect music this is a 5 star movie

Gary J (us) wrote: Made for SyFy channel. Absolutely attrocious. The monsters sidestep better than Shane without breaking stride.

Mike M (us) wrote: Walker, attempting something a little more archive- and interview-based after a pair of personality-driven documentaries ("Blindsight", "Waste Land"), stitches her material together with some urgency, and she's secured impressive access... I just wondered whether she wasn't guilty of trumping up her case in places by her use of evocative footage: surely the clips of space shuttles exploding on launch (while spectacular and suitably doomy) have nothing very much to do with the nuclear threat. Clearly, there's still some risk, and we'd be mad to shut our eyes to it entirely, but I also wondered whether this particular fear wasn't generational; that Walker's argument will have most resonance for those older viewers who were taught in school to duck and cover, or who happened across such key 70s/80s texts as "Threads", "The Day After" and "When the Wind Blows" - and thus have found it hard to shake off the dread atmosphere of the Cold War. The rest of us may find that, between global warming, the rise of Simon Cowell and the fact nobody seems to have any money any more, we have reasons enough not to sleep at night: sure, the strained relations between Iran and Israel are a source of continual background concern, but having viewed "Team America: World Police", I refuse to be scared of Kim Jong-Il.

Casen C (fr) wrote: D- ; only actors that weren't annoying, were Patricia Clarkson and Danny Glover.

Kevin R (gb) wrote: The world's school of martial arts Brothers in arms team together to bring down a rising warlord; however, one of the brother does not appreciate the plans of the other brother and makes plans to kill him. During the assassination, a man in the brother's command has teamed with the rising warlord in hopes of killing both brothers. One of the brothers survives and escapes the village and begs for the aid of the Shaolin monks. Will they help him and how much will be sacrificed in the process? "Never kill in front of our daughter." Benny Chan, director of Jackie Chan Who Am I, New Police Story, Divergence, Robin-B-Hood, Connected, and City Under Siege, delivers Shaolin. The storyline for this picture is very good, compelling, and unpredictable. Even the conclusion goes in a direction I did not anticipate. The martial arts is B+/A- quality and the acting is very solid. The cast includes Andy Lau, Jackie Chan, Jacky Wu, Nicholas Tse, and Bingbing Fan. "Men, when not clear headed, are worse than pigs." Shaolin was a movie I randomly came across while scrolling through Jackie Chan pictures and was delighted to discover it starred two of my favorites, Andy Lau and Jacky Wu. The martial arts in this picture were just okay but the storyline, primary plot, and sub plots were very good and I adored the script. This movie is definitely worth your time (and available on Netflix). "That was for my daughter. Buddha be praised." Grade: A-

Joseph R (br) wrote: Japanese guys in speedos. Need I say more?

Irene S (us) wrote: Another amazing film from Suleiman.

AM Q (fr) wrote: Fake barf for a birthday gift. That's friendship.

Alexander P (ca) wrote: Creeped the crap out of me in some parts. Chloe was great as she usually is. But Julianne just took the creepiness to a whole new level. Some deaths did shock me but this shows that you should never piss off a girl at Prom!