Yes it does seem every movie after the first has had two villians usually working together in an uneasy alliance until one betrays the other. I still like Batman Forever because I was so impressed with it when I saw it here in theaters in 1995 with some friends of mine.
I prefer Batman forever! but i havent seen the first one for ages and cant really remember, ill have to see it again soon.I really like batman returns aswell cause its just so dark and The Penguin scared me as a child!!but batman and robin was wrong for so many resons!
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Does anyone else think that batman and robin was a very poor attempt to revive the batmen series. I was very unimpressed with it, and batgirl was a very tacky character to introduce into the films
P.S. Batman Forever is the best batman film
I think michael keatons batman1 was the best.altough he was NOT the best actor. the best actor was george clooney in batman forever.
I prefer b1 cause jack nicholson was the best villain of all batman movies
@kes the first is with kim basinger as jokers former girlfriend and 1st victim
The only true good movies about Batman have to be "Batman" and "Batman returns", hands down those are the BEST two movies ever made of the character, this were we get to see what make him thick, Joel Schumaher however was the killer of the Batman franchise with all the gayness he deployed on the other two Batman movies. sad but true
I agree with Danilov. I found that the first 2 Batman movies were "dark" and it did reflect Batman's character. In the third and fourth Batman movie, It lost its touch. It got too..."bright and colorful." It tuned more into a joke
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although val kilmer made a better looking batman, but didn't do a very good job of portraying our favorite hero. so, michael keaton and the movie people's version of it in the first two films were more stable and well thought out.