Overall, Batman (1989) was a game changer that could have gone horribly wrong (certainly on paper). You just have to look at films like Captain America (1990) or Daredevil (2003) but thankfully paved the way for a darker look at comic book heroes.
Tag: Michael Keaton
Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017) Movie Review by Darrin Gauthier
So Marvel gets Spider-Man back and they make him younger but now they get to have Spider-Man grow inside the Marvel Universe. At first I wasn’t happy that in a stand alone Spider-Man film, well as stand alone as you can have with Marvel that they put Tony Stark in this, I was a little nervous that Marvel felt they had to hedge their bets.
American Assassin (2017) Movie Review by Stephen McLaughlin
Director: Michael Cuesta Writers: Stephen Schiff (screenplay by), Michael Finch (screenplay by) Stars: Dylan O’Brien, Michael Keaton, Sanaa Lathan, Taylor Kitsch, David Suchet I finally
Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017) Movie Review by John Walsh
Featuring the directorial talents of Jon Watts, a man I’m not even going to kid on I knew about prior to this, and the refreshingly energetic acting talents of Tom Holland, this is a fantastic film packed full of action, comedy and sheer, unadulterated fun.
The Founder (2016) Movie Review by Kevan McLaughlin
To say that The Founder is the story of the beginnings of the world’s biggest fast food franchise would be like saying that Richard and Maurice McDonald were responsible for the global brand we know today. This is the story of the ruthless, opportunistic, but charming, Ray Kroc (Keaton).