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The Strangely Conservative Politics of ‘The Batman’

Matt Reeve’s gritty reboot set out to change the game & sadly crashed headfirst into the pavement

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Director Matt Reeves’s gritty The Batman involves a newish Bruce Wayne AKA Batman (played by Robert Pattinson) battling against the criminal elements of Gotham City while simultaneously trying to stop a serial…

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