Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part 2

Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part 2

Batman has stopped the reign of terror that The Mutants had cast upon his city. Now an old foe wants a reunion and the government wants The Man of Steel to put a stop to Batman.

The Batman has returned after a 10-year absence. The Gotham authorities want to arrest him. An old foe wants a reunion. The Feds want the Man of Tomorrow to put a stop to him. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Claudia F (ru) wrote: (Attention: some Spoilers, tried to not get into details, but do not read if you don't want any Spoiler info) Sensitve, well-performed, I must say, though, that I really hated Kate (i know those people who use their diseases/disorders/sicknesses/problems/... to manipulate others without making the slightest effort to improve and get better for everybody's sake, horrible, and though I have a certain amount of sympathy, there are limits and Kate does not try at all, she rather blackmails everybody into doing what she wants - makes nobody happy, and she is treating James horribly - I usually do not condone cheating at all, but in this case, it is justified, Kate should have gotten a divorce early on and release him) and that it is rather a punishment than a blessing for Simon what happens in the end. Great cast, great movie, check it out.

Al M (mx) wrote: There is really no logical reason for it, but I thoroughly enjoyed Tamara. A campy but brutal supernatural slasher film, Tamara is by no means original or overly clever; however, I found it thoroughly entertaining and often hilarious.

Arafael A (au) wrote: Demented, quirky, darkly.

Melanie D (br) wrote: The critics hated this film, audiences were torn (it's one of those love it or hate it types), and me? I was on the love it side, all the way. In fact, I loved it so much that I named one of my cats Frankie! hehe There isn't anything I didn't like about the film. The actors were great (not Daniel Day-Lewis or Meryl Streep great, but still very good), the story was interesting, the visuals were beautiful, and, to top it all off, it's got a bitchin' soundtrack, featuring Chumbawamba (no, not *that* song), Massive Attack, Bjrk and David Bowie, and with a score written in part by The Smashing Pumpkins' Billy Corgan. It's a great movie with a great message. Plus, it's got Gabriel Byrne playing a disturbingly sexy priest. He alone would have made the movie, so the fact that it's awesome is just plain gravy, hehe. So, obviously, it gets a big ol' 10/10 from me.

Kim B (jp) wrote: Kind of seemed to be glorifying pimps, while barely touching on controversial and interesting topics with pimps like white business men pimps or misogyny. Hard to understand what pimps were saying half the time because they mumble a lot probably should've had subtitles. Good topic, done bad.

Noname (au) wrote: I found this movie to be a bit slow with a not so good story and the chararcters / actors have made alot better movies. Still is a well made flick overall and i had a fair time watching it , so i can recommened this one for any war/drama fan who like the actors and this type of genre.

Valerie G (mx) wrote: Can't help it, I find this movie funny! Not realistic, not original, but hilarious! Their costums are so freaky weird.

Michael T (au) wrote: Sentimental Disney film is cute but overlong. (P.S. The Rotten Tomatoes synopsis is for the 1944 musical, which had absolutely nothing to do with this film.)

Dillon L (kr) wrote: a really good movie kinda dies out a bit in the second half of the movie