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Reviews Featuring Christian Bale
Laughably bad sci-fi noir.
Flawed but enjoyable dragon-slayer tale based on an interesting idea but which could be better executed.
Empty-skulled drama that just doesnt have anything to say.
In his best, and darkest, outing to date, the masked avenger's personal 'issues' reflect those of the world in the wake of 9/11.
Christian Bale gives his best by giving less in this nightmare tale of a machinist who is one tool short of the full set.
The message is a bit clunky and the story suffers through its lack of willingness to take any risks with the tried-and-tested Disney formula but its not bad.
A great movie, with a great cast, gripping plot and some interesting twists. This is a Western as they are meant to be.
Theres really nothing to recommend about this cold, dreary sequel, unless, of course, youre just one of those people who needs closurethough even at that, you dont really get it.
This sequel to Batman Begins is better than its predecessor, and Ledgers Joker will go down as one of the best screen villains of all time.
An average gangster biography that just doesnt leave enough for the heavyweights to play with.
Christopher Nolan's magical mystery tour provides impressive plot twists galore and oozes real star quality.
Controversy, biting satire and shocking violence all sit comfortably together to leave the money-obsessed American Dream of the Eighties in tatters. American Psycho is also the film that catapulted Christian Bale into the A-list from where he's never looked back.
A real knockout. A cut above the rest. Punching above it's weight. Has a fighting chance at the Oscars. In summary, it's pretty good.
Christian Bale and Werner Herzog is a match made in heaven in this prisoner of war film with a heart. Rescue Dawn is a real testament to the power of the human spirit and, for once, I actually mean that.
Certainly a great action spectacle but this time it's a slightly flawed cinematic event from Christopher Nolan.
Mamma Mia, the accents are just one of the awful things about this terrible adaptation of a modern classic.