“It’s not who I am underneath but what I do that defines me” -Batman. A childhood hero to many people, Batman has been a character to shatter reality from behind the walls of fiction. This superhero gives hope to people and challenges the ideology the we’re only human. Batman defies the very limits of what society believes humans have. To understand whether Batman’s limits can be reached in reality, one must understand the process in which Batman went through to become Batman. Given what Batman had at his disposal, the idea of a person achieving the same level as Batman is not so far-fetched.
The terms "hero" and "villain" are as distinct as the terms "good" and "evil." They are mutually exclusive; the hero is courageous, popular, strong, morally, and willing to save the people at whatever cost, while the villain is despicable, hated, and heinous to his core. However, when we turn away from the archetypal world of comic books, this distinction is no longer as clear. When we look at real human beings we do not see a hero as a hero or a villain as a villain, but rather individuals composed of varying degrees of both extremes. No hero is perfect, and no villain is completely heinous. The most recent film adaptation of the DC Comic series Batman presents this truth of human nature. The Dark Knight Rises effectively communicates the
Batman is a misunderstood hero in Gotham; trying to bring justice to his city and put away criminals that create chaos. He is very courageous and has an idealistic approach to cleaning up his beloved city. His courageousness allows him to take any enemy on without fear of what might happen to him. Batman’s ideals are dear to his heart and he believes all the filth of Gotham should be put behind bars. Although he tries his best to bring justice to his city, he fails to be a perfect hero. One negative attribute of him is his secrecy. The whole idea of Batman is a secret as no one knows who he is which brings violence and death to civilians from villains who want to know his identity. Also, since he can’t save everyone, he develops an anger that
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Batman: (Danny Elfman) This was Elfman's breakthrough score, catapulting him into the mainstream scoring business. Many traditionally classical composers may find fault with Elfman's dark and uniquely strange score for Batman (or, for that matter, any of Elfman's scores), but it doesn't change the fact that Batman was one of the highpoints for soundtracks of the 1980's. Even without the same training as many of the other top composers of this era, tributes to such classical masters as Holst, Orff, Strauss, Wagner, and others are inserted by Elfman, along with his own Gothic and operatic style.
With Batman, Elfman first showed a talent of composing for large orchestras that wasn't widely known up to that time.
This article explains the mental development of Batman through his comic book and movies appearances. In his prime batman would never wield a gun, nevertheless use it to kill anyone. Over the duration of his career as the dark knight his attitude toward criminals has begun to decline. He had become more forceful to those evil doers and his methods of capture became inhumane and cruel. Example: He starts to brand all of the criminals he captures to show the world that he has changed his beliefs. This also shows that being Batman has changed the very way Bruce Wayne, interacts and communicates with people.
Have you ever wondered who the man is under the dark knight mask? Bruce Wayne, is a wealthy American playboy, philanthropist, and owner of Wayne Enterprises, who after witnessing the murder of his parents Dr. Thomas Wayne and Martha Wayne as a child, he swore vengeance against criminals, an oath tempered by a sense of justice. Bruce Wayne trains himself physically and intellectually and crafts a bat-inspired persona to fight crime. But the man riddle to this amazing “Cape Crusader” is brought along with many interesting facts about this dynamic crime fighter, such as, while Bruce was growing up, he learn he had an older brother, or that Batman is actually afraid of something, how about Bruce Wayne’s no drinking alcohol diet, or even batman’s
‘Mum, I want to watch Superman movie!’ ‘Okay, John, but you must finish your homework first,’ mum says. When we were small, we loved to watch superheroes movie and most of us used to imagine ourselves as our favorite superheroes. When we grow up, superhero movies become part of our lives. We all love superheroes because they made us feel save and secure. Some of us even worship them as God and we try to imitate them. For me, superhero movies are the best and I love to watch them very much. My favorite superhero movies are ‘Iron Man 3’ and ‘ The Dark Knight Rises’. Although both of them are superhero movies, there are few similarities and differences between them, which are the costumes, moral values, technology and also hero characteristic.
Winstead explains there have been many films that have been hit in the movie world like The Winter Soldier, Captain America and The Dark World, and even the Avengers. These have made their significant influence in the film world for all kinds of ages. This success level would speak for the interests and investments for the cultural and adventurous heroes, including the Batman who took interests of the people. Batman was a lucrative character that played a great role in attracting people towards him in this contemporary movie and cinema world of adventure. After discovering the hidden identity of Batman, the film displays the climax of these many binaries.
When watching a superhero movie you usually focus on how the superhero is great and always saves the world. We don't usually pay as much attention to the villain as we do with the hero. Although superheros are cool and we wouldn't have a movie without them but did you ever think how we wouldn't even have a story line or even a hero without the villain? A story that has a villain that is entertaining and in a way very dangerous is in Batman. Batman has many enemies but one that we all know is his most archest enemy is The Joker.
Johnson states that Christopher Nolan’s Batman had become a very commercially successful and admirable movie in those times. This film was frame into the forms of the books as well as the comic books that were usually referred by the people. The actions of the heroes are the utilitarian morals as well as the paradigms. The simple desire of the Batman was to fight with the enemies and defeat them so that people are protected from any harms that they may cause for the society and the people living in it. Batman described heroism of the absolute times and even a traditional approach liked by the people for the benefit of the