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Escute trechos da trilha sonora de Batman Begins!
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Emílio Elfo

Tá a fim de escutar a trilha sonora de Batman Begins? Ok' date=' vou ser sincero e dizer que não há como A ARCA fazer isso pra você, mas... você se contentaria em escutar ao menos metade da trilha? Pois é, foi disponibilizada na net o começo das seis primeiras músicas que compõem o CD. Mas já vou adiantando uma coisa: eu já assisti ao filme e gostei muito, mas um dos pouquíssimos pontos fracos é a trilha sonora. Ela é apenas eficiente, ou seja, assusta quando tem que assustar, é calma quando tem que ser calma e é isso. Não espere mais nada da trilha. Nem ao menos um "tema reconhecível", como o tema de Star Wars ou Indiana Jones.

Se ainda assim a curiosidade bater, é só clicar aqui para poder apreciar o trabalho de Hans Zimmer e James Newton Howard.

Na película estão Christian Bale (de O Operário), Michael Caine (de The Weather Man), Gary Oldman (de Harry Potter e O Prisioneiro de Azkaban), Liam Neeson (de Kinsey - Vamos Falar de Sexo), Ken Watanabe (de O Último Samurai), Cillian Murphy (de Extermínio), Morgan Freeman (de Menina de Ouro) e Katie Holmes (de Por Um Fio). A direção fica por conta de Christopher Nolan (de Insônia).

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Mais um que confundio (normal) a trilha com o tema. Ora, uma trilha não tem que ser eficiente nos momentos exigidos pelo filme?! Ele tanto não separou os dois que o meu argumento entre trilha e tema vem na ultima frase que destaquei em vermelho do texto dele. Por acaso o Tema de Guerra nas Estrelas e Indiana Jones ficou ticando o tempo inteiro nos filmes?! Podem relaxar, a trilha é a melhor coisa já feita para Batman. MAS o tema de Batman, O TEMA, criado por Elfman ainda é absoluto.

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O Rotten tá em 86%!!!

 

CERTIFIED FRESH by Rotten Tomatoes

  

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 RATING: FRESH  READING: 86%

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Reviews counted: 35

Fresh: 30  Rotten: 5

Average Rating: 7.5/10

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Escute trechos da trilha sonora de Batman Begins!

Legal...

 

Por Emílio Elfo

Tá a fim de escutar a trilha sonora de Batman Begins? Ok' date=' vou ser sincero e dizer que não há como A ARCA

fazer isso pra você, mas... você se contentaria em escutar ao menos

metade da trilha? Pois é, foi disponibilizada na net o começo das seis

primeiras músicas que compõem o CD. Mas

já vou adiantando uma coisa: eu já assisti ao filme e gostei muito, mas

um dos pouquíssimos pontos fracos é a trilha sonora. Ela é apenas

eficiente, ou seja, assusta quando tem que assustar, é calma quando tem

que ser calma e é isso. Não espere mais nada da trilha. Nem ao menos um

"tema reconhecível", como o tema de Star Wars ou Indiana Jones.

 

Se ainda assim a curiosidade bater, é só clicar aqui para poder apreciar o trabalho de Hans Zimmer e James Newton Howard.

 

Na película estão Christian Bale (de O Operário), Michael Caine (de The Weather Man), Gary Oldman (de Harry Potter e O Prisioneiro de Azkaban), Liam Neeson (de Kinsey - Vamos Falar de Sexo), Ken Watanabe (de O Último Samurai), Cillian Murphy (de Extermínio), Morgan Freeman (de Menina de Ouro) e Katie Holmes (de Por Um Fio). A direção fica por conta de Christopher Nolan (de Insônia).

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Mais um que confundio (normal) a trilha com o tema. Ora, uma trilha

não tem que ser eficiente nos momentos exigidos pelo filme?! Ele tanto

não separou os dois que o meu argumento entre trilha e tema vem na

ultima frase que destaquei em vermelho do texto dele. Por acaso o Tema

de Guerra nas Estrelas e Indiana Jones ficou ticando o tempo

inteiro nos filmes?! Podem relaxar, a trilha é a melhor coisa já feita

para Batman. MAS o tema de Batman, O TEMA, criado por Elfman ainda é absoluto.

 

 

 

Eu tb reconheço que o TEMA definitivo para o Batman é o de Elfman, masi

pela série animada (O melhor desenho animado de heroi de todos os

tempos) do que pelos filmes.

 

 

 

Se bem que o melhor arranjo par o tema seja o do filme "Batman: A Mascara do Fantasma", o mesmo que é usado em "Dead End"

 

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O maior mérito dessa producao é' date=' sem duvida, a contratacao de Christian Bale para o papel do Homem Morcego! Me pareceu perfeito para o papel, alem de dar o tom de seriedade que o filme precisava.smiley2.gif

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Daqui, só o begins viu o filme. Então, só ele pode realmente falar isso. Mas o que seria de Bale sem Nolan e Goyer? E deles sem o ator? Possivelmente, Batman Begins seria uma outra coisa, com outro nome...

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O maior mérito dessa producao é' date=' sem duvida, a contratacao de Christian Bale para o papel do Homem Morcego! Me pareceu perfeito para o papel, alem de dar o tom de seriedade que o filme precisava.smiley2.gif[/quote']

Discordo. Esse foi apenas um dos méritos.

O maior mérito desta produção é eles terem percebido os erros das produções anteriores e começado tudo do zero, ignorando-os. Outro mérito é a abordagem ultra-realista, mais adulta e mais fiel a fonte.

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Junto minha reposta a essa do Maul e encerro meu assunto sobre os méritos da produção. Agora, só faltam 4 dias...

 

 

Ainda não engoli o lance da Vivo com a LG sobre os downloads do Episódio III. Aquilo foi sacanagem com os clientes de outras marcas. Espero que com Batman Begins, todos os usuários da Vivo possam baixar coisas do filme.

 

Celulares terão jogo de palavras cruzadas

Segunda-feira, 13 junho de 2005 - 16:44

IDG Now!

As tradicionais palavras cruzadas estão ganhando um novo espaço: os celulares. A Vivo e a Ediouro/Coquetel fecharam acordo para lançar palavras cruzadas de Batman Begins, novo filme do homem morcego, que estréia na sexta-feira (17/06)

Como já costuma fazer com os principais lançamentos para o cinema, a Vivo irá oferecer para seus usuários conteúdos sobre Batman Begins, que inclui não só as "tradicionais palavras cruzadas", mas também toques músicas e jogos de pergunta e resposta.

Os clientes pagarão 2,90 reais (debitados na conta do aparelho) por um pacote com cinco jogos - de oito linhas por oito colunas.

 

 

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A pouco vi o Making Of da MTV.

Putamerda, COISA DE LOUCO. smiley35.gif

Achava que ia ser mostrado mais cenas novas, mas nem tanto (já que são 21 minutos de vídeo). O que mais é mostrado é cenas já vistas em trailers/spots.

E fantásticas as entrevistas e cenas de bastidores! Vibrei cada vez que passava uma. smiley2.gif

E só faltam 4 dias...

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Esposa de Bale: - Querido, tem alguma casquinha de pipoca nos meus dentes?

Bale: - Tem não, meu poneizinho. Mas você já pensou em usar um aparelho?

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Katie: - Ahhhhh!!!! Velho tarado!!! Tá armado!!!

Caine: - Caaalma, minha filha. Não se iluda. É só a minha bengala. A pipa do vovô não sobe mais.

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 - Seu país precisa de você! Aliste-se!!!

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BOA !!! ............ FALTOU O cHAPÉU NO Bale  bigteeth.gif

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Qto à "possível" cena de sexo (sugerida por Christian Bale) para a sequencia de Batman Begins' date=' já estou até imaginando a possibilidade...

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"Vêm que é sua Morcegão"!!!

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"Ai caramba... e agora???

Ha Ha .............. Já sei , vou usar meu BAT-PINTO !! ........ ou THE PINTUMBLER

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Reviews positivos postados no Rotten hj...que está com 85%, 29 positivos, 5 negativos, num total de 34 reviews.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

B

 

B

"Until

the overblown, chaotic finale obligatory in Hollywood action movies

nowadays, it's an abundantly moody, amply exciting exercise in

cinematic resuscitation."

 

Posted Jun 13, 2005 11:24 AM PDT

  One Guy's Opinion   Frank Swietek

8/10

 

8/10

"Buoyed

by a crackerjack script, a horrifying villain, and a dramatic momentum

that pulls like a dark, deadly undertow -- this is one summer

blockbuster to be reckoned with."

 

Posted Jun 13, 2005 09:59 AM PDT

  Freeze Dried Movies   Brian Juergens

'3'

 

'3.5/4'

"The

boy in the bestial batsuit is bigger and better than ever thanks to a

dark veil of secrecy and the menacing genesis of family skeletons."

 

Posted Jun 13, 2005 07:46 AM PDT

  Palo Alto Weekly   Jeanne Aufmuth

B-

 

B-

"This movie opens with Batman in a Chinese prison! How did this happen?! Did he try to dry clean and dash?"

 

Posted Jun 13, 2005 07:40 AM PDT

  MovieJuice!   Mark Ramsey

3

 

3.5/4

"an engaging super hero flick that is both realistic and fantastic."

 

Posted Jun 13, 2005 06:48 AM PDT

  Sean the Movie Guy   Sean McBride

 

 

 

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Matéria da IGN comparando o filme Batman Begins com a HQ.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Batman Begins: Comic Vs. Film

 

How faithful is the new movie to the true Dark Knight?

 

by Hilary Goldstein

 

 

June 13, 2005 - Batman Begins is not the best comic-book movie ever

made, because it is not a comic-book movie. Instead, director

Christopher Nolan has created a movie that just happens to involve a

guy dressing up like a giant bat. Previous Batman films were already

created as a "comic book come to life." Tim Burton's two efforts,

Batman and Batman Returns were dark, moody pieces, but completely

unrealistic. After all, it's just a comic book, right? Fortunately for

fans, Nolan and writer David Goyer saw it differently. The Batman

mythos is greater than your standard four-color comic. And so this

dynamic duo created a real film, a substantial film, a film with weight

and depth and purpose. They created a great movie that just happens to

be based on a comic book.

 

 

 

Our purpose here, however, is not to discuss the greatness of Batman

Begins. A full review can be found over at IGN FilmForce. Instead,

we've going to examine how Batman Begins stacks up against the comics.

Don't worry, we won't be spoiling the movie for you. But if you're

curious how the new Batman flick compares to comic-book epics such as

Batman: Year One, read on.

 

 

 

Gotham

 

As we saw in Burton's films, the portrayal of Gotham is often directly

related to the overall take on Batman. Burton's Gotham was like a

twisted nightmare come to life. It was surreal -- beautiful to look at,

but not an actual city. The Gotham City of Batman Begins, which was

filmed largely in Chicago, is a sprawling Metropolis. It looks like a

real city, in part, because it is a real city. The altered Chicago is

made to look like a vast metropolis, too big for its own good. So

large, in fact, that it feels inescapable.

 

 

 

Connecting the sprawling city is a commuter rail built by Bruce Wayne's

father just short of his murder. It's one of the few noticeable CG

images in the film, but the train plays a vital role.

 

 

 

Gotham is vibrant and its demise into poverty is explained in the film.

This isn't just a version of New York gone bad, Gotham is a city that

has been bludgeoned by corruption and crippled by an insidious

economical plague. This is a city that has lost the war to save itself.

What hope does Batman have?

 

 

 

A Death in the Family

 

Traditionally, eight-year-old Bruce Wayne's parents are murdered after

watching The Mark of Zorro. However, that movie and that notion is a

little outdated. Nolan and crew have made some minor changes that

better connect Bruce's sense of guilt over the death of his mother and

father. This twist is better than the accepted origin, so score one for

Batman Begins.

 

 

 

Origin

 

Batman Begins maintains much of Batman's origins from Year One and

other Dark Knight books. However, there are some notable changes. When

we first meet Bruce Wayne (Christian Bale), he is lost. He is not on a

crusade to avenge his parents, to learn everything he can so he can

become a dark angel of justice. He doesn't have any desire to put on a

mask -- he only has his anger and his guilt and it is destroying him.

 

 

 

Bruce has indeed wandered the world and had some training. However,

that singular purpose often shown in the comics is not evident at

first. He is merely rage without direction. It is Ducard (Liam Neeson),

who finds Wayne and gives him the training and guidance he needs to get

on the proper path. It should be noted that Ducard is never referred to

by his first name Henri, nor does he bear a French accent (thankfully).

 

 

 

Ducard is part of Ra's Al Ghul's (Ken Watanabe) League of Shadows (in

the comics it's League of Assassins), who claim to be an international

group dedicated to justice. Suffice it to say, things don't go well in

the end and Bruce parts company with the League. On his return to

Gotham, Bruce has found himself and realizes what he must do. Most of

the Batman comics offer little true motivation for Bruce becoming

Batman. They say, merely, that he witnessed his parents murder and

swore to avenge them by cleaning up Gotham. Batman Begins takes this

further. It gives a real sense of who Bruce Wayne is and why he must

fight criminals. Further, it shows the moment when Bruce gains

understanding that he cannot fight crime just as a man, that he must

become a symbol, a myth, a legend.

 

 

 

Allies

 

Alfred Pennyworth (Michael Caine) is portrayed in the comics as Bruce's

confidant and caretaker. He trades barbs with Bruce, but always backs

his play. So to is it in Batman Begins, only Alfred has more depth to

his character. He's deeply concerned with maintaining the Wayne legacy

and provides some valuable consultation to Bruce. In fact, it's Alfred

that continues to press Bruce to have two masks -- one as The Batman

and one as the billionaire playboy.

 

 

 

Lucius Fox (Morgan Freeman) has quite a different role than in the

comics. The man from the comics once ran Wayne Enterprises, but this

Fox has been relegated to safeguarding defunct technology. He becomes

Wayne's other confidant and tech-savvy supplier.

 

 

 

Gordon (Gary Oldman) begins Begins as Sgt. Gordon. He's almost

completely unchanged from the comics. His Chicago brogue is handled

beautifully by Oldman, his tentative trust of Batman is equally

perfect. The two share an uneasy alliance, but Begins also offers a

look at how these two men first hook up and see their bond strengthen

over the course of the film.

 

 

 

Lastly, there is Rachel Dawes (Katie Holmes), who is new and has never

been a part of the comics. Dawes is Bruce's childhood sweetheart who's

now become an assistant to the District Attorney (not named Harvey

Dent). She plays a necessary role, one that has more significance to

the plot than say, Vicki Vale (Kim Bassinger) from the 1989 Batman.

 

 

 

Villains

 

The main piece of advice from just about everyone who saw Joel

Schumacher's terrible take on the Dark Knight in Batman & Robin was

to focus on a single villain. Nolan has ignored this advice. He focuses

on no villains -- the focus is all on Batman. However, there are more

villains in Batman Begins than any Batman film since the camp '60s

flick. Yet it works, because this is a story about The Batman and none

of the villains comes close to overshadowing the bat.

 

 

 

While the Scarecrow (Cillian Murphy) remains largely identical to his

comic-book counterpart, don't expect the same of Ra's Al Ghul. There is

no daughter Talia nor a Lazarus Pit even mentioned in the movie. If it

helps ease your pain at all, he does have a rather ingenious plot to

destroy all of Gotham.

 

 

 

As for the other villains in Begins? Let's just say there are several surprises that will please comics fans.

 

 

 

Fights

 

Remember how stiff Batman was in those other films? Guess what -- he

can finally move his neck! The battles in Batman Begins are frenetic,

fast and almost impossible to see clearly. Batman's first real conflict

is as grand as any fight from a comic. He rattles his enemies, who hear

him coming from multiple angles, spot shadows flittering across the

walls and sense his presence as a monster come to destroy evil.

 

 

 

Rather than your standard kung-fu beatings, the Batman battles stay

true to the comics. Bats doesn't just go toe-to-toe with his enemies,

he uses fear and trickery to keep his opponent's off-balance. Seeing

this evolve, particularly in the first major conflict, is quite

amazing. You know this is a man in a suit and yet he seems like a demon

sent from Hell to reclaim the souls of the damned.

 

 

 

Better than Year One

 

Blasphemy? Let's be fair here. Year One is one of the greatest stories

ever told, but it's only that is only four issues long, that is meant

merely to re-establish the world of The Batman. Batman Begins has

two-and-a-half hours to plunge into the depths of Bruce Wayne's psyche.

 

 

 

No stone is left unturned in this film. Everything is explained. Why

does Bruce Wayne choose to fight criminals? Why must he wear a costume?

Why doesn't he believe in killing people? What happened to the man who

killed his parents? What makes him take on the guise of a billionaire

playboy? Why does Alfred help him at all? Why is Gotham so corrupt, so

overrun with crime? Why are there so many crazy people in this city?

All of these are answered and more.

 

 

 

What is perhaps most exciting is that the last half hour of Batman

Begins sets up the next two Batman films. It's not just a matter of who

Batman will fight next, but the state of Gotham City. There are madmen

everywhere, but there's a reason for it.

 

 

 

There's some brilliant psychology at work in Batman Begins. The way

Goyer and Nolan have crafted this tale, it becomes clear that there is

no other possible path for Bruce Wayne other than as Batman. It's not

just a conceit that he's going to wear a suit, you will actually

understand why he must. Sure, it's not a 100% perfect and literal

translation of the comic, but it doesn't have to be. Again, this is not

a comic-book movie, just a movie that happens to be based on a comic

book. Oh, and it's great.

 

 

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He rattles his enemies' date=' who hear him coming from multiple angles, spot shadows flittering across the walls and sense his presence as a monster come to destroy evil.

You know this is a man in a suit and yet he seems like a demon sent from Hell to reclaim the souls of the damned.

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Gostei muito dessa review.. ela é a prova de q dá pra falar de um filme sem contar cada coisa q acontece.. aprenda c esse cara, sr. Roberto Sadovski..

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li a SET pessoal' date=' e achei tão superficial, mas tão superficial que nem dá pra ficar tão ansiso(só pela revista)...são várias páginas, mas poucas falando algo que preste....

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Mas o que você esperava da SET, LicK? smiley36.gif

Todo mês é assim. Ela serve como arquivo impresso para quem não tem tempo de ficar pela net, ou não tem tem computador. Conheço alguns...

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