That One Batman I Never Saw and What Went Wrong

That One Batman I Never SawI recently revisited the Christopher Nolan Batman trilogy. Batman Begins, The Dark Knight and The Dark Knight Rises were all great. It might be my favourite trilogy not starring Mark Hamill.

I remember the Batman buzz during the summer of '89. Tim Burton's Batman didn't disappoint this 15-year old, and the sequel Batman Returns was also pretty good. Burton's Batmans weren't as good as Nolan's Batmans, but it was still quality cinema.

I didn't care for Joel Schumacher's Batman Forever. I think I just missed the darkness of Burton's movies. When Batman & Robin came out in '97, I had no interest. I never did see that movie.

Apparently, I didn't miss anything. It sounds like it was awful. Here's a great glimpse into what went wrong...

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Oh yeah, compared to the others this one was really campy, comic book style and not very good at all.

April 17, 2013 @ 3:25 AM

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