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Opened in Theaters: Friday, June 23rd, 1989

Directed by Tim Burton

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[--- See Now! ---]by MAC DADDY Jan 25, 2000

The best Batman movie ever! GO OUT AND RENT THIS MOVIE!!! This film beats all the 3 batman movies. Tim Burton is the best at making batman more then Joel Schumacher did. Tim make batman in the dark, and Joel make his batman all colorful and crap. That is a bad thing for a Batman film. This batman film is the best, Did I already told you that it is?

Michael Keaton is the real batman and ever will be. Val Kilmer and George Clooney suck as batman. Too bad Tim Burton not making the last 2 batman films, instead that fool Joel Schumacher mess it all up.

**** out of ****

 

[--- See Now! ---]by George Jobson VIP MemberJun 3, 2003

The film could've been better if Kim Basinger would have screamed a little less. But I'm just kidding. "Batman" is Tim Burton's classic film. and Michael Keaton who one year ago was 'Beetlejuice," got the part as the caped crusader. This Batman version is dark and more moody that the 1960's version that played on television. Jack Nicholson, played the Joker, and Basinger plays Keaton's love intrest. Keaton is the best Batman on the big screen. While watching the movie, take a good look at Gothen City. A huge city with building that stretches for many miles. this film has everything. You can't ask for anything more. 

[--- Good ---]by Scott Jentsch VIP MemberJul 21, 2003
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