Christopher's 2005 reboot of the Batman franchise that tells the origins of how Bruce Wayne became Batman.
Not the best but very underrated. Great performance by Neeson.
anepicmoviereviewer wrote:Not the best but very underrated. Great performance by Neeson.
Yes, definitely. Btw, he "survived" through the entire trilogy.
The Joker and Bane over Ra's any time... But that just shows how awesome those two were. Liam is the god of mentor characters.
no your not. ra's al ghul is the most underrated batman villain in the dark knight trilogy. my favorite villains in the trilogy go as joker then bane then two-face then ra's then scarecrow then talia.
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They all were fantastic. I can't choose who was the best. Even Talia, her eyes in the scene where she reveal herself, were very intimidating. Loved this.
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It depends on what you see as 'best'. I think Ra's is definitely the most ethereal, which goes really well with the origin story. Liam Neeson has such great presence in general.