When the film was announced, the question that overshadowed the project was: how do you revolutionize something that has already been made iconic by directors like Tim Burton, like Zack Snyder or even like Christopher Nolan? Well, the question to that answer today is Matt Reeves. The Batman is a revolutionary, innovative, unique and spectacular project; a revolutionary film from the very first scene, marked by a comic narrative, a theater of details and spectacularity, a palette with a noir-type graphic novel tone and with characters that seem to be introduced for the first time, but the genius lies in honoring to the investigative side of the most famous detective in the world, which resolves in a complete success. Matt Reeves manages to give to the fans, to the legacy of Batman and to comics in general, a unique masterpiece of its kind, unprecedented and that looks only and only forward. Film that is exhibited with a perfect photograph, signed by Greig Fraser, which with its soft and reddish colors, enhances every emotion, every look, every moment, every action; this one, directed by Reeves, manages to create an atmosphere typical of the best Batman comics, focusing above all on the depth of each scene, look and context. Above all, it should be emphasized that Matt Reeves has concentrated a lot on enhancing the character of Batman in every aspect, with dedicated and precise shots aimed at capturing any emotion that leaked from the mask, as well as enhancing his gestures and all non-verbal communication. Perfect cast that moves on the screen like a perfect symphony, from the unrecognizable and surprising Colin Farrell, to the fearsome John Turturro, from the splendid Zoë Kravitz to the excellent Andy Serkis and Jeffrey Wright as the new Commissioner Gordon (which he completely masters), without forgetting the perfect, as always, Paul Dano in the role of a unique and disturbing Riddler, but the one on whom there were too many doubts, but all fallen down immediately from the first scene, is surely Robert Pattinson, who gives us a young Batman, immature and resentful, full of energy and revenge, but who certainly has a lot to learn from himself and from the environment / people around him, practically an unforgettable and more than unique interpretation. Obligatory mention goes to Michael Giacchino who composes one of the best soundtracks ever, managing to give the film the tone that has been so sought after, therefore constituting one of the most important pieces of this extraordinary puzzle. The Batman by Matt Reeves is an inimitable masterpiece, with a unique and unprecedented style, practically a profound revolution.