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Action and Adventure
While previous Batman films have dealt only briefly with the superhero's life before he started fighting crime, Batman Begins centres on those early years - and the events that led up to him becoming the "Caped Crusader". After witnessing the killing of his parents, a young Bruce Wayne seeks revenge against any villain that dares set foot in Gotham City. With newly-acquired ninja skills and nifty gadgets, Batman hunts down shady characters like The Scarecrow and Falcone, a mafia godfather, in what became one of the most successful reinventions of a superhero to be seen on screen.
A film guide that looks at Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017), exploring its key topics and themes through informal discussion.
Director Zack Snyder takes us back to the origins of Superman and shows us how he became the world's most iconic superhero.
11–16 years 137 mins
Brilliant sequel to Batman Begins, as erstwhile Bruce Wayne must battle the manic Joker, whilst maintaining the support of the charismatic Harvey Dent
14+ years 146 mins
Superhero drama in which a shy high-school student accidentally acquires the ability to climb and sense danger like a spider.
11+ years 116 mins
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With two of cinema's most iconic heroes going head-to-head in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, we take a look at their screen histories.
Reading time 8 mins
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