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Alive and kicking



2008 / 85m - USA
Horror, Sci-fi
Cloverfield poster

Reeves strikes a superb balance between fear, chaos, and mystery, revealing bits and pieces of information at the right time and showing just enough to tease without coming off as cheap or low-budget.

Let Me In

2010 / 116m - USA
Fantasy, Horror
Let Me In poster

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes

2014 / 130m - USA
Adventure, Sci-fi
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes poster

The Batman

2022 / 176m - USA
Crime, Action
The Batman poster

I feel for Matt Reeves. The man made a pretty solid film. The atmosphere is cool, the film looks stylish, the pacing is a bit slow but fits the overall mood. There are only three elements ruining his film: Batman, Catwoman and The Riddler. Because no matter how hard Reeves tries, these superheroes are super silly, and they don't fit a super serious film.

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It's election time in Gotham City, but politicians are having a hard time staying alive. They are killed by a mysterious figure, an outlaw who wants to see real change. Batman is working together with the police to apprehend the culprit, but his involvement goes beyond playing detective.

Reeves' rendition of Gotham is one of the best I've seen so far. The plot is a pretty simple police procedural, and three hours is truly too long for a simple film like this, but the mood is thick and the cinematography on point. If Reeves could do a club scene, that would've been even better, but it's the superhero angle that really kills this film. Disappointing.

War for the Planet of the Apes

2017 / 140m - USA
Action, Adventure, Sci-fi
War for the Planet of the Apes poster

The Pallbearer

1996 / 98m - USA
Comedy, Romance
The Pallbearer poster