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The Batman is an exact indicator of 21st-century America's most dire outcome imaginable.

Chief Matt Reeves is somewhat of a Riddler himself, filling the film with images for us to decipher, including signifiers of present-day distress.

Like the Riddler, Reeves utilizes this symbology to caution us about what's to come. In the event that you can sort out the pieces of information.

The city's police are screwy, a mayoral up-and-comer guarantees genuine change with shades of AOC, and web tricks radicalize men such that feels generally excessively recognizable.

To start with, we should lay out the self-evident: Paul Dano's Riddler and his radicalized devotees are obviously incel-coded. He is desolate and nerdy and angry and incredibly on the web.

Selina Kyle's fursona is a feline. She wears wooly feline ears to go out and do her burgling.

Pattinson's translation of Bruce Wayne, in the interim, is a resoundingly legit portrayal of the emotional to-shaggy pipeline.

These two 21st-century Types of Guy might appear to be like the disconnected spectator, and, without a doubt, they could converge. Yet, furries are predominantly eccentric and into civil rights.

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