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New Releases: Breaking Bad – (2008)

New Releases: Breaking Bad - (2008) Genre: Crime, Drama, Thriller, Release Date: 2013-11-26 Duration: 45 Min ...

 

New Releases: Breaking Bad – (2008)

New Releases: Breaking Bad - (2008)
Genre: Crime, Drama, Thriller,
Release Date: 2013-11-26
Duration: 45 Min
Director:
Season 1

Ep 01 – Pilot

On his 50th birthday, Walter H. White reflects on his mundane life: he is an overqualified yet underpaid high school chemistry teacher, a father to a moody teenage son with cerebral palsy, husband to a pregnant wife, and a socially inept introvert. And on this melancholy day of middle-aged reflection, Walter White learns that he has inoperable lung cancer and, within 2 years, will be dead.

Walter seems emotionally numb to the news, taking it in quiet stride. While hiding his diagnosis from his family, Walter decides to take a ride-along with his brother-in-law Hank, an agent at the Drug Enforcement Administration, as they bust a notorious crystal methamphetamine dealer known as “Cap’n Cook”. At the ride-along, while waiting in the car while the DEA busts into the hideout, Walter spots a man jumping out the window of the building, and recognizes him as Jesse Pinkman, a former student of his. Jesse evades the DEA and escapes in his car which bears a vanity license plate “THE CAPN” as his partner Emilio is arrested inside.

That night, Walter tracks Jesse to his home and confronts him with a proposition: the two of them partner up to cook crystal meth, using Walt’s expertise in chemistry to produce a superior drug, and Jesse’s experience to sell it. Jesse agrees, though not believing that it will work out.

The next day, Walt steals chemistry supplies from the high school and Jesse purchases an RV as a mobile hideout and the two drive into the desert to begin cooking meth. Walt produces a drug that Jesse, an experienced producer and user, claims is the purest he’s ever seen. Jesse takes a sample to a distributor known as “Krazy-8″, the cousin of Jesse’s former partner Emilio, to strike a distribution deal, but Krazy-8 believes that, since Jesse escaped the DEA while Emilio was caught, Jesse ratted Emilio out. Krazy-8 and Emilio, who is out of jail on bail, take Jesse at gunpoint out into the desert to kill him, but, considering the purity of Walt’s meth, plan to negotiate a deal with Walt.

In the desert, Walt barters for Jesse’s life with Krazy-8 and Emilio by promising to reveal his meth formula. While inside the RV, Krazy-8 tosses a cigarette out the window into the brush. As Walt is mixing chemicals to show the two dealers his recipe, he suddenly throws the wrong chemical into the batch to create a poisonous gas. He runs out of the RV with a gas mask and holds the door shut on the two dealers from outside as they die from inhaling the gas.

He and an unconscious Jesse desperately flee the scene in the RV with the dead bodies of Krazy-8 and Emilio in the back. The RV crashes into a ditch and won’t start. Walter hears police sirens closing in on him. He emerges from the RV with a gun, ready to fight the police, but sees that the sirens are coming from fire engines responding to a brush fire. He hides his gun as they pass. Back in the RV, Jesse wakes up and they drive back into town, hiding the vehicle with the dead bodies at Jesse’s house.

Ep 02 – Cat’s in the Bag…

Walter and Jesse plan on disposing of the bodies of Krazy-8 and Emilio when Krazy-8 suddenly wakes up from his apparent coma. Locking Krazy-8 in Jesse’s basement, the two decide that Jesse will take care of Emilio’s body while Walt takes care of Krazy-8. However, neither of them have the stomach to kill the drug dealer, but they can’t risk letting him go and revealing everything that’s happened, so they keep him alive in Jesse’s basement.

At home, Walter’s wife Skyler is becoming curious of Walter’s time away from home. She redials a number Walt spoke to suspiciously on the phone and reaches Jesse’s voicemail. When she confronts Walt about this, he covers by saying that Jesse sells him marijuana, and that he needs Skyler to get off his case.

Jesse is told by Walt to melt Emilio’s body in hydrofluoric acid in a plastic container, but Jesse decides to use his upstairs bathtub out of convenience. When the acid eats through the tub and floor, spilling Emilio’s partially-melted remains onto the first floor, Walt chastises Jesse for not listening to him, as hydrofluoric will eat through almost anything except plastic.

Ep 03 …And the Bag’s in the River

After cleaning up the remains of Emilio, Walt is still struggling with working up the courage to kill Krazy-8.

Skyler, worried about Walt, talks to her sister, and Hank’s wife, Marie about marijuana, leading Marie to believe that Walt and Skyler’s son, Walt Jr, is smoking pot. Marie asks Hank to educate Walt Jr about the dangers of drug use, which Hank does by taking Jr to a trashy motel frequented by druggies and prostitutes.

Walt, while bringing food down to Krazy-8, suffers a coughing fit and collapses in the basement. When he wakes up, Krazy-8 asks what’s wrong with him, to which Walt reveals that he has lung cancer, the first time he’s told anyone else. Walt throws away the shattered remains of the plate he brought down and brings another meal, and some beers. Unable to kill Krazy-8, he shares a beer with him and they talk about their lives, Krazy-8 finally convincing Walt that he won’t rat to the police if Walt lets him go. Walt, relieved, returns upstairs to get the key to free the dealer, but feels that something is off. He fishes the shattered glass plate out of the trash to find that a chunk is missing, and Walt, horrified, concludes that Krazy-8 took it while he was unconscious and plans to kill Walt with it. He returns to the basement and strangles Krazy-8 to death, feeling shame at taking a life.

He returns home to an angry Skyler, who is wondering where Walt has been. He tells her that they need to talk.

Ep 04 Cancer Man

Several days later, at a get-together with Hank and Marie, Walt and Skyler reveal that he has lung cancer.

Jesse, while hanging out with his friends “Skinny Pete” and “Combo”, shows them the pure meth that Walt cooked and tries smoking it with them. They all react with astonishment to its potency. The next morning however, Jesse, still smoking the meth, becomes paranoid about his safety in a drug-induced hallucinatory haze. He runs, high, to his parent’s and little brother’s home where he is reluctantly welcome. His parents think that Jesse, a screw-up, is a bad influence on his teenage brother Jake, a child prodigy.

When they find a joint in their house, Jesse’s parents kick him out. Jake thanks Jesse for taking the fall for his weed as Jesse leaves. Jesse receives a call from Combo who says that he’s found buyers for their pure meth.

Skyler plans a visit with an expensive oncologist, but Walt, acting as though nothing is wrong, persists that it’s too much money, while he secretly removes cash from an air vent to pay for the visit. Jesse shows up to Walt’s house unexpected, to which Walt is furious, hoping that he was done with Jesse. Jesse angrily gives Walt his share of the money they made from the meth: 00.

At the oncologist, Skyler nervously listens to the doctor discuss Walt’s treatment options while Walt is bored and distracted. Skyler plans to start Walt on a ,000 treatment, but Walt states that it is unlikely to work and that there is no need to bankrupt the family, to which Walt Jr angrily replies that Walter should “just fucking die then.”

Walt comes across an annoying businessman named Ken at the bank and again at a gas station. Ken seems pretentious, rude, and shallow. Walt, at the gas station, pops the hood on Ken’s sports car and shorts the battery with a wet windshield cleaner, smiling as he walks away.

Ep 05 Gray Matter

Jesse, determined to turn his life around, begins applying for jobs around town, but is horribly unqualified for anything. He runs into and old friend, “Badger,” and they share a joint. Badger offers to partner with Jesse if he ever decided to cook meth again.

Walt and Skyler attend the birthday party of a wealthy old friend of Walt’s, Elliot Shwartz. Walt and Elliot were business partners at a company called “Gray Matter” which, after Walt left, Elliot turned into a billion-dollar business. While talking, Elliot offers Walt a job, which Walt refuses. When Elliot presses the matter, claiming that they have “excellent health insurance,” Walt decides it’s time to leave. He angrily confronts Skyler, believing that she told Elliot about Walt’s cancer and his expensive treatment, to which she confesses but does not apologize for.

Jesse decides to get back into the meth business and calls Badger out on a cook with him. They cook several batches but Jesse is disappointed with how the quality doesn’t match that of Walt’s meth. Badger insists that the quality doesn’t matter and the two fight, Jesse leaving Badger in the desert as he drives away in the RV.

When Walt Jr is caught trying to buy beer, the family believes that he is just acting out in reaction to Walt’s diagnosis. When they realize how strangely Walt himself is acting, refusing Elliot’s offer to pay for his treatment, they decide to hold an intervention.

Skyler, Walt Jr, Marie, and Hank sit with Walter and discuss his behavior. Skyler says that she can’t stand the thought of losing him and that it’s in everyone’s best interest if Walt accepts the treatment. Hank agrees. Walt Jr claims that Walter is being a “pussy” in the face of treatment, when he has had to deal with palsy all his life. When Marie decides to side with Walt, the four begin fighting and yelling. Walt interjects with his own opinion: if he takes the treatment then he will be weak, constantly on medication, and will only live a short while longer, and that he would rather die with dignity than as a weak vegetable.

The next morning, Walt tells Skyler that he has changed his mind, and will go through with the treatment.

Walt receives a call from Gretchen, Elliot’s wife, who tells him that he deserves the money Elliot offered him, as Walt helped found the company that made Elliot wealthy, but Walt refuses.

He goes to Jesse’s house and offers to start cooking meth again.

Ep 06 – Crazy Handful of Nothin’

Walt enters the damaged RV and explains to Jesse that from here on out, he will handle the chemistry, and Jesse will handle the selling, and that there will be “no more bloodshed”.

Walt begins his chemotherapy, reassuring Skyler that it’s all being paid for by Elliot.

At school, Walt gives a lesson on how rapid chemical reactions can happen, using explosive fulminated mercury as an example. He leaves the room to vomit in the restroom, and is gives a piece of gum by a friendly janitor named Hugo. Later, when Skyler confronts Walt about where he goes in the afternoons, he says he takes long nature walks.

While cooking meth in the RV in the desert, Walt has a coughing fit and is forced to take a break to catch his breath. Jesse recognizes the radiation marks on Walt’s chest from his aunt who had cancer. Jesse surmises that Walt is cooking meth to make enough money for his family to support themselves after he dies.

Hank and his partner, Steve, at the DEA discuss a gas mask they found out in the desert and trace it back to Walt’s high school.

At the high school, Hank visits Walt and tells him that a gas mask was stolen from the supply room. Upon inspection, Hank discovers that another mask and some glassware was also taken, concluding that a meth cook must’ve done it. The DEA eventually arrests Hugo the janitor on suspicion of cooking meth, which horrifies Walter, who is certain of Hugo’s innocence but unable to help him.

After a night of selling meth himself, Jesse brings ,300 to Walt, who is dissatisfied with the amount. He suggests that they find a distributor. Jesse tells him about an up and coming dealer named Tuco who might be interested.

Jesse and Skinny Pete meet with Tuco at his hideout. Tuco takes a snort of Walt’s meth and instantly offers to buy it. When Jesse demands the money upfront, Tuco becomes irrationally angry and beats Jesse, keeping the meth for himself. Walt finds out about this and plans on confronting Tuco.

The next morning, Walt shaves his head completely and walks into Tuco’s hideout with a bag of crystals. He introduces himself under a pseudonym: Heisenberg. He demands ,000 from Tuco to pay for the meth he stole from Jesse and for Jesse’s injuries. When Tuco refuses, Walt takes a crystal from his bag and reveals that it is not meth, but fulminated mercury. He hurls it at the floor where it explodes, blowing out the windows and disorienting everyone in the room. Walt clutches the bag, threatening to blow the whole thing. Tuco agrees to pay Walt and to buy another 2 lb. batch.

Ep 07 – A No-Rough-Stuff-Type Deal

Walt brings Jesse’s share of the money to Jesse, who is furious that Walt cut a deal with Tuco, saying that they could never get enough pseudoephedrine to make another 2 lb. of meth.

Later, at their next meeting with Tuco in a junkyard, Walt and Jesse present a measly amount of meth, claiming that they’re having production problems. When Tuco appears angry, Walt demands more money for their next batch, which will be a full 4 pounds, which Tuco reluctantly agrees to. Jesse believes that their new quota is impossible, but Walt puts together a list of alternate ingredients for Jesse to find, ingredients which will increase the yield of their next cook.

At a baby shower for Skyler, Marie presents an extravagant jeweled tiara as a gift. Walt and Hank share cigars and discuss the arbitrary nature of the law.

That night, Walt convinces Skyler that he should attend a Navajo sweat lodge out in the desert as part of his treatment, instead planning on cooking with Jesse.

At Jesse’s, Jesse has found all of Walt’s ingredients except methylamine, which is crucial. Jesse explains that he’s hired someone to find it for him, but that it will cost them thousands of dollars. Walt suggests that they find it themselves. That night, they infiltrate a chemical warehouse and steal a barrel of methylamine. They return to Jesse’s house and cook four pounds of meth with their new recipe.

When Skyler tries to return Marie’s baby shower gift, she learns that it was stolen from the jewelry store and plans to confront Marie.

Walt returns home from the weekend, Skyler believing that he was on a Navajo reservation. When she mentions that Marie stole the tiara, Walt replies that sometimes people have to do crazy things for the good of their families.

At the next meet-up with Tuco, Walt and Jessie present their new meth, which, as a side effect of their new recipe, is blue. Tuco snorts a crystal and is ecstatic at the quality, happily declaring that there is a lot of money to be made from Walt’s incredible meth. When one of Tuco’s henchmen tries to assert dominance over Walt and Jesse, Tuco once again becomes irrationally angry and beats his henchman before happily departing. Walt and Jesse walk back to their car in shock.

Season 2

Ep 08 – Seven Thirty-Seven

As Walt and Jesse leave the meet-up, Walt calculates how much money he will need to make in order to keep his family supported after he dies. Between education for his children, and cash for food, shelter, utilities, etc., he needs 7,000 to last roughly the next 20 years.

As they drive away, Tuco’s car suddenly returns. Tuco pulls the henchman he beat from the car, who is now going into shock and dying. Tuco yells at Walter to help him, but Walt, flustered, can do nothing. The man dies. Tuco, angry, orders his other henchman, “Gonzo”, to bury him under a nearby abandoned car. Walt and Jesse leave, while Tuco tells them that they are “done”.

Jesse illegally purchases a gun, planning to kill Tuco. He explains to Walt that the two of them are witnesses, and that Tuco will likely come after them. Walt chastises Jesse for not having a thorough plan.

At the DEA, Hank and his partner Steve watch surveillance cam footage of the warehouse from which Walt and Jesse stole their methylamine. Unable to tell who it is in the video, the agents surmise that whoever they are, they must be making very potent meth, and are likely to become targets of Mexican cartels.

When Walt notices one night that he is being followed, he meets with Jesse to plan how to kill Tuco: using the poisonous extract of castor beans, ricin, they will poison a sample of meth and slip it to Tuco. It will take days to kill him and will look like a heart attack.

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Bryan Cranston

Anna Gunn

Aaron Paul

Betsy Brandt


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BlueRay: Batman Begins – (2005)

 

BlueRay: Batman Begins – (2005)

BlueRay: Batman Begins - (2005)
Genre: Action, Crime, Drama, Thriller,
Release Date: 2008-07-08
Duration: 140 Min
Director:

  • Christopher Nolan

The film’s story is divided into three time-lines:

-Blue represents the present

-Red represents close flashbacks, which deal with Bruce Wayne 3 years earlier

-Green represents distant flashbacks, which deal with Bruce Wayne aged 8 years old

In the present and close flashbacks, Bruce Wayne is played by Christian Bale and Rachel Dawes is played by Katie Holmes. In distant flashbacks, Bruce Wayne is played by Gus Lewis and Rachel Dawes is played by Emma Lockhart.

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A large swarm of bats fly from left to right of shot. Back-lighted by a reddish sky, they make the shape of Batman’s symbol.

Distant flashback: Bruce Wayne and Rachel Dawes are playing in the Wayne Manor garden. Bruce falls down an sealed up well and fractures his arm. He is then attacked by a swarm of bats emerging from a large gaping crack at the well base.

Present: Bruce wakes up from the nightmare in a Chinese prison. It becomes apparent that Bruce is regularly attacked by other inmates who brawl with him 6 to 1 at breakfast. Having beaten the majority of them, Bruce is punished with solitary confinement by the prison guards. In solitary, Bruce is approached by a man called Henri Ducard (Liam Neeson). Ducard displays a great deal of knowledge and authority by getting an audience with Bruce from the prison and by stating that he knows who Bruce is. Ducard then offers Bruce a place in the League of Shadows — a collective of vigilantes and assassins. He deems that the League can offer Bruce a path to true justice instead of ‘locking himself away with criminals to take them on one at a time.’ Ducard arranges for Bruce to be released in the morning, when he will have to decide whether he will accept Ducard’s offer. Should he do so he must pick a rare blue flower from the eastern slopes and carry it to the top of a nearby mountain.

Bruce is released and carries out his task. After carrying the flower to the top of the mountain, Bruce finds himself at the door of the League of Shadows headquarters. Inside he meets Ra’s al Ghul (Ken Watanabe), the head of the League, and is confronted by Henri Ducard once again. Bruce hands over the blue flower and in doing so completes his test for membership. Ducard then suddenly attacks him, warning the exhausted Bruce that ‘death does not wait for you to be ready.’ Although Bruce fights back he is easily beaten and collapses.

Distant flashback: Bruce is still in the well after being attacked by the bats. His father, Dr. Thomas Wayne (Linus Roache), comes down to rescue him and sets Bruce’s fractured arm with the help of the family butler Alfred Pennyworth (Michael Caine). Thomas Wayne comforts Bruce by asking ‘Why do we fall? So we can learn to pick ourselves up’. Later on Bruce admits to his father that he was scared of the bats and is now suffering nightmares. After being comforted further, Bruce’s father shows his son the pearl necklace he’ll give to his wife as a gift.

That night they go to the opera on the Wayne monorail system where Bruce is introduced to Wayne Enterprises, his father’s multi-billion-dollar business. While watching the opera Mefistofele Bruce is frightened by the bats in the production, which remind him of the bats that attacked him and asks his father if they can leave. Outside, the family is held at gunpoint up by a man called Joe Chill (Richard Brake). After Chill demands the pearl necklace Thomas gave to his wife, a brief struggle ensues resulting in the death of both of Bruce’s parents. Chill runs away, leaving Bruce alone with his dying parents.

Bruce is comforted by officer Jim Gordon (Gary Oldman) and is informed that the police have caught Chill. Bruce is put into the care of Alfred. After the funeral, Wayne Enterprises CEO William Earle (Rutger Hauer) tells Bruce that the company will be looked after until Bruce grows up. Alfred tries to console Bruce when the boy confesses that his parents’ deaths were his fault because he asked to leave the opera early.

Present: Ducard asks Bruce if he still feels responsible for the death of his parents. Bruce responds that his is far too angry to feel guilty. His training with the League of Shadows begins. He is trained in the arts of ninjutsu, stealth, combat theatricality and deception. Bruce is trained not only to fight 6 men but to ‘engage 600.’

Ducard enforces his belief that all forms of crime must be fought without mercy and pity. Ducard explains that his wife was murdered and that he joined the League when he achieved his vengeance. Bruce reveals that he can’t claim his vengeance.

Close flashback: Bruce arrives at Wayne Manor from Princeton University; he’s come home for Joe Chill’s parole hearing. Alfred still manages the house and expresses his concern over Bruce. Rachel Dawes is now an Assistant District Attorney and takes Bruce to the hearing. Unknown to her, Bruce is concealing a gun with which he plans to shoot Chill down if he is released. Chill expresses remorse for the murder of Bruce’s parents and is given parole should he testify against gang boss Carmine Falcone (Tom Wilkinson). However, before Bruce can act, an assassin working for Falcone shoots Chill. Bruce watches as Chill dies and the assassin is arrested. Rachel lectures Bruce afterward on the difference between justice and revenge and reveals that Gotham City is still suffering because of Falcone’s illegal drug empire. Rachel then slaps him harshly when he reveals that he was planning to shoot Chill. She tells him that his father would be ashamed of him.

Bruce, convinced that he has nothing to lose, makes his way to a bar in the Gotham underworld to confront Falcone. Falcone brags about his control over the city’s police and judges. He then threatens Rachel and Alfred to prove the Bruce does have a lot to lose. His thugs beat up Bruce and he leaves. Left no other choice but to run away, Bruce stows aboard a cargo ship leaving Gotham’s central port.

Bruce is then shown in China stealing food to survive and eventually getting involved in gangster operations in order to infiltrate them. He is then arrested (ironically stealing Wayne Enterprise crates,) and sent to the prison Ducard discovered him in at the film’s opening.

Present: When Bruce reaches a standard in which he is an equal to the majority in the League, he faces Ducard in combat. However, he is exposed beforehand to the vapors of the blue flower he brought up to the mountain earlier. The smoke distorts his senses and makes him hallucinate about bats, his greatest fear. Bruce overcomes his phobia and employs a clever trick to best Ducard in a sword fight, passing the trial.

Ra’s al Ghul sends for him and Ducard. Ra’s puts Bruce to one final task before becoming a full member of the League. The task is to execute a prisoner of the League — a man who has stolen his neighbour’s land and killed them. Bruce refuses. Ra’s reveals to Bruce that he has been trained in order to lead the League to Gotham City which is corrupted by evil that it must be razed. Bruce sets the League’s headquarters on fire and is forced to fight al Ghul while the the rest of the League escapes the wreckage to safety. Ducard is knocked out by Bruce who then manages to fend off Ra’s, who is killed instantly when a roof beam collapses on him. Bruce picks up an unconscious Ducard and rescues him from the building as it explodes. Bruce leaves Ducard in the care of a villager.

Bruce contacts Alfred, who arrives in a private jet to pick him up. Alfred reveals that Bruce, who has been away for seven years, has been declared dead by William Earle so that Earle can take Wayne Enterprises public. Bruce says it’s a good thing he willed everything to Alfred, who jokes that Bruce is welcome to borrow the Rolls. Bruce explains to Alfred a plan he has to fight the Gotham underworld by taking on a new persona, which all criminals will fear.

Back in Gotham, a serial killer known as Victor Zsaz (Tim Booth), who is allegedly insane, is being transferred from a regular prison to the Arkham Asylum on the opinion of Dr Jonathan Crane (Cillian Murphy). Rachel challenges this as it is yet another one of Falcone’s thugs that Crane has had moved to the Asylum and away from prison but it goes unnoticed due to Falcone’s corrupt influence. Crane meets with Falcone later on that night and demands that Rachel be dealt with. When Falcone refuses, Crane threatens him with the knowledge that his boss is coming to the city.

Held up in Wayne Manor, Bruce begins to work out what has happened since he has been away. While doing so he spots a bat flying around the ceiling. He goes back to the abandoned well and climbs down. Through the crack in which the bats appeared when he was attacked in his childhood, Bruce finds a huge cave filled with bats, which is connected to the lowest foundations of Wayne Manor. Coming to terms with his fear he establishes the cave as his base of operations.

Bruce decides to announce his return and reports to Wayne Enterprises. Earle, clearly shocked, warns him that he cannot prevent the Company from going public at this later stage. Bruce explains that he is not bothered by this and that all he wants is a job, preferably in Applied Sciences. Earle sets this up and Bruce goes to meet his new ‘boss’ Lucius Fox (Morgan Freeman). Fox explains to Bruce that the AS Department is a dead end where Earle can put people to stop them from causing trouble. Fox introduces Bruce to some of the equipment, a Kevlar battle suit and a grapple gun and harness. Bruce casually asks Fox if he can ‘borrow’ the gear for ‘spelunking.’ Fox allows it, considering all the equipment to belong to Bruce anyway.

Bruce continues to explore the cave where he and Alfred find the lower foundations of the south east wing of Wayne Manor and an old elevator shaft leading back up the house. Bruce also begins to modify the battle suit he borrowed adding gauntlets and paint-spraying it black.

One night Bruce, wearing a black ski mask and equipped with his Wayne-Tech grapple gear, breaks into Sergeant Jim Gordon’s office, recognizing him to be one of the city’s few uncorrupted cops. Threatening him with a stapler behind his back, Bruce questions Gordon on what it would take to bring Falcone to justice. Gordon responds that leverage on the corrupt Judge Faden and a D.A. brave enough to prosecute would be needed. Bruce tells him to watch for his sign then escapes by jumping off the roof across to the next building, injuring himself in the process.

Bruce realizes he could use a lightweight fabric to make a glider wing or parachute. He goes back to Fox and asks if there is any technology there that would suit him for ‘BASE-jumping.’ Fox shows him a memory cloth which can be assigned any type of rigid shape when an electric current passes through it. Fox also introduces him to a tank-like transport called the Tumbler, designed as a bridging vehicle for the army, which can accelerate to high speeds, is armed, and can perform a “rampless” jump. An impressed Bruce asks ‘Does it come in black?’

Back in the cave, Bruce adds further modifications to his suit, adding a radio transmitter, a cowl, the memory cloth, and a utility belt. He makes steel shurikens in the shape of a bat. He explains to Alfred that he has chosen the bat as his symbol because bats frighten him and it’s time that his enemies shared his dread.

At the docks, Falcone and a corrupt police officer, Flass (Mark Boone Junior), are watching Falcone’s thugs unload a shipment of drugs from a cargo ship. The drugs are concealed in toys — stuffed bears and rabbits. The bears are to go to the drug dealers and the rabbits to a mystery man in the Narrows — a poverty-stricken area of Gotham overrun by crime. However, three of the thugs mysteriously vanish leaving nothing but screams. As the others investigate, more disappear. The Batman quickly disposes of the remaining thugs and attacks Falcone.

Gordon and the police arrive to find the drugs and thugs at the scene and Falcone tied to a searchlight with his coat cut to produce the shadow of a bat in the night sky.

Meanwhile, Rachel is coming off a train while being shadowed by two thugs. She notices one and threatens him with a taser. He runs in fear when he sees the Batman beating up the second thug. As Rachel turns she screams at the sight of Batman. He produces photographs compromising Judge Faden and then disappears.

The news the next day of a ‘Batman’ has the whole city talking. Rachel and the D.A.’s office decide that there is enough evidence to put Falcone on trial despite it been given to them by a vigilante.

Alfred wakes Bruce up at 3:00pm, despite Bruce’s pleas for more sleep, and then frets over the bruises and injuries that he has taken the previous night. He puts to Bruce that he must live the life he would normally in public in order not to raise suspicion.

Meanwhile Earle is being informed that a Wayne Tech Enterprise weapon, a microwave emitter, has been stolen. The weapon can vaporise a water supply.

Bruce, taking Alfred’s advice, goes out to display his playboy lifestyle. He attends a party at a hotel with two female escorts, who almost get Bruce kicked out by bathing in the decorative fountain. Bruce then buys the hotel and makes his way out with his friends. There he meets Rachel for the first time since returning from China. Although he tries to convince her that the way he is acting isn’t really him, she tells him that ‘it’s not who you are underneath, but what you do that defines you.’

Meanwhile, Falcone has cut his wrists in prison to bolster his insanity plea and enable a move to Arkham Asylum. Dr. Crane is brought in to assess his insanity. In a private interview, Falcone demands that Crane move him or he will tell the police to have a closer look at the drugs Falcone has been bringing in for Crane. Crane shows Falcone the burlap-sack mask he wears during his experiments. He releases gas from his suitcase and puts on the mask, which acts as an air filter. Falcone screams with fear at hallucinations caused by the gas. A maskless Crane leaves the room with his suitcase while Falcone’s screams can still be heard. Crane tells the warden that Falcone isn’t faking and should be moved to the Asylum.

The following night Batman visits Gordon and tells him that only half the drugs brought in on Falcone’s ship were to be sent to dealers. He and Gordon conclude that it would help to interrogate Flass, who Batman identified at the docks making his escape. Flass is taking money from a food vendor on the street while being served. As he walks away into a narrow alley, he springs a trap and is carried upside-down to the rooftops, suspended from Batman’s grapple cord. Flass tells him about the bear and rabbit shipments, that the rabbits make their way to the Narrows, and that there is some other substance hidden in the rabbits. Batman returns Flass to the ground and disappears. Meanwhile, Rachel’s boss, the district attorney, has been murdered for looking into one of Falcone’s shipping containers. It contains Wayne Enterprises’ missing microwave emitter.

Batman makes his way to the Narrows and finds an apartment stuffed with cuddly rabbit toys stuffed with the drugs. At that moment Crane and two thugs enter and Batman hides. At Crane’s orders, the thugs pour petrol (gasoline) around the apartment. Batman comes out of hiding and beats the two thugs. Crane, wearing his burlap mask, emerges and gases him with the same gas he used on Falcone. (He has gas cylinders hidden in his shirt cuffs.) Batman falls helplessly to the floor and scrambles around hallucinating bats and his parents’ death. Crane pours petrol over his suit while taunting him. He then lights a cigarette lighter and throws it at Batman’s chest, causing his suit to burst into flame. Batman throws himself out of the window into the rain swept streets of the Narrows and hits the street with a thud. Desperately rolling around he puts out the flames, to the shock of the on-lookers, and then stumbles about trying to get his grapple gun. He fires the gun upwards and is carried to to a nearby rooftop. From there he grabs his communicator

Star:


Christian Bale

Michael Caine

Ken Watanabe

Liam Neeson


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