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Batman Begins is a 2005 movie with a runtime of 140
Director Christopher Nolan,
Eric Richard Lasko,
Cast Christian Bale,
Driven by tragedy, billionaire Bruce Wayne dedicates his life to uncovering and defeating the corruption that plagues his home, Gotham City. Unable to work within the system, he instead creates a new identity, a symbol of fear for the criminal underworld - The Batman. Currently you are able to watch "Batman Begins
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- MPAA Reason
- Rated PG-13 for intense action violence, disturbing images and some thematic elements.
- BBFC Reason
- Contains moderate horror and violence
After training with his mentor, Batman begins his fight to free crime-ridden Gotham City from corruption.
- Maturity Rating Reason
loss of loved one,
based on comic,
haunted by the past,
- BBFC Ratings info
- Sex & Nudity
- Sex & Nudity Reason
- A little kiss at the end of the film between a couple
- Violence & Gore
- Violence & Gore Reason
- A man is shot in the back by a corrupt officer and it is implied that his corpse is dumped into the river.
There is mentioning of Falcone slashing his wrists while in prison. He is shown with bandages on his wrists.
An escaped convict menacingly approaches a woman and child. He raises a knife to strike at them before being stopped.
Batman ensnares a corrupt cop and interrogates him in a tense scene, threatening to drop him from a high height.
Batman is set on fire by Scarecrow during their first encounter and falls from a high building.
A criminal is urinating in a bathroom but then Batman appears behind him and smashes his head against a mirror, knocking him unconscious.
Batman attacks a group of fiends. He grabs one man by the arm and uses his gun to shoot an oncoming attacker in the foot. Then he grabs another crook and flies off with him as the crook screams and fires wildly.
A lost boy asks a corrupt police officer for help, but the officer pushes him back.
Batman falls into a street full of people who hallucinate him as a monster whom they attack. He manages to escape them by shooting a grapple onto a speeding train. As he flies off, one of his attackers hangs on but lets go too late, falling from a great height.
Batman battles a troop of Ra's' henchmen. He beats several of them down, and throws another off a balcony before being attacked by the remaining one. They both plummet off the balcony smashing through structures on the way down.
The train crash is very destructive and smashes through numerous structures leaving a devastating trail of mayhem in its wake.
A burning beam falls on Bruce Wayne, knocking him unconscious. His stomach is later shown with blood on it.
Strong Intense Violence but bloodless and non-graphic
In the beginning, a young Bruce Wayne, while hiding from Rachel in a boarded up well, ends up falling down the well when the wooden boards break. (He is rescued by his father, and it's implied that he broke or fractured his wrist and/or arm.)
Thomas and Martha Wayne are shot in front of Bruce
There's a fight between several men in a prison. One's leg is broken.
This is not as violent as many larger scale comic book films, this is a small scale crime thriller and even the way the action is shot is just fists flying around with tons of shaky cam, some aspects of a horror vibes throughout though very fake looking
In the opening scenes, Bruce's master Ra Al Ghul challenges him to a sword duel on thin ice. We see them fighting and minutes later, Bruce falls through the ice.
The Scarecrow's gas spreads across a mailroom which poisons a group of people. (We see them falling to the ground.)
In order to get Rachel, poisoned by the Scarecrow's fear toxin, to the Batcave in time to save her, Batman is forced to elude the police in an extended chase over and through the city, which requires considerable property damage and disabling many police vehicles.
Bruce's house is set on fire and he is left there to die. However, Bruce jumps out ot the window and lands safely onto the ground but is shown with a few bruises on face.
Batman lands into a train which Ra's al Ghul has taken over. Ra's al Ghul and Batman have a prolonged fist fight with no blood or gore but later, Batman escapes from the train and the train falls from a derailed track with Ra's al Ghul still on the train, who closes his eyes as death approaches.
- Profanity Reason
12 uses of hell 7 uses of damn 1 used as goddamn
"asshole," "shit" (mumbled in a car)
- Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking
- Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking Reason
- Bruce Wayne pretends to be drunk in one scene.
People drink champagne at a party.
One of the criminals in the movie uses teddy bears to ship drugs.
- Frightening & Intense Scenes
- Frightening & Intense Scenes Reason
- There is a scene when a woman is attacked by fear gas, leading her to see her biggest fears
When fear gas spreads through the streets, people see terrifying hallucinations and there is a moment in which an infected man bites into another man's head. The sound of screaming and crunching is heard here. James Gordon pleads for backup, but the Commissioner tells him that there is no one else to help him. However, at that very moment, Batman in his Batmobile leaps into the emergency to help.
Scarecrow sprays Batman with fear gas. Batman then hallucinates many bats tearing their way out of Scarecrow's mouth. This scene is very creepy and disturbing.
Anyone 10 should be completely fine. Older will enjoy it more (as i did)
Several intense and frightening scenes throughout.
The Scarecrow's voice sounds very menacing and may disturb young children.
The first 20 minutes may be emotional.
There are scenes of Fear gas used throughout the movie
Warner Bros. Pictures,
Patalex III Productions Limited,
United States of America,