All Batman Movies


Batman (1989)
Release Date: 1989 - Warner Bros.
Director: Tim Burton
Cast: Michael Keaton - Bruce Wayne/Batman, Jack Nicholson - The Joker, Kim Basinger - Vickie Vale, Commissioner Gordon, Billy Dee Williams - Harvey Dent, Michael Gough - Alfred Pennyworth, Jack Palance - Carl Grissom, Jerry Hall - Alicia Grissom.
Summary: A young boy, Bruce Wayne, witnesses his parents murder in the streets of Gotham City. This tragic event scars his psyche in such a way that he grows up to become "The Batman" - a mysterious vigilante dedicated to dealing out justice when the system fails. Fighting crime with the detective skills of Sherlock Holmes, his Bat persona strikes fear in the criminals of Gotham city. When "The Joker", a strangely disfigured and maniacal crime boss, takes over the mob, the Batman must use all his skill to stop the villain from taking over the city. With sexy reporter Vickie Vale threatening to domesticate him, will Bruce Wayne and the Batman prevail?

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Batman and Robin
Release Date: 1997 - Warner Bros.
Director: Joel Shumacher
Cast: George Clooney - Batman/Bruce Wayne, Arnold Schwarzenegger - Mr. Freeze/Dr. Victor Fries, Chris O'Donnell - Robin/Dick Grayson, Uma Thurman - Poison Ivy/Dr. Pamela Isley, Alicia Silverstone - Batgirl/Barbara Wilson, Michael Gough - Alfred Pennyworth, Jeep Swenson - Bane.
Summary: The 4th Batman movie and franchise killer! Joel Schumacher completely and thoroughly butt rapes the iconic DC comics character with (yet again) way too many villains, the addition of Batgirl, far too much neon, and a gay desecration of the batsuit. George Clooney puts on the cape and cowl, complete with nipples and codpiece, for the first and last time. Lacking any acting talent, George just isn't able to put on the persona of The Batman as easily as he slips on the sexually enhanced batsuit. We watch in horror, helpless, as George traipeses around Gotham the exact same way he would were he on an episode of ER. Joining him on the gay romp, and equally enthusiastic in his bat-thong and bat-bra is cross-dressing Chris O'Donnell as Robin, the ambiguously gay "partner" of Batman. His usefulness to The Batman is in question in this movie. Robin seems as unneeded as are the nipples on his batsuit. And, as if there needed to be any more femininity in the movie, Alfred's niece needlessly inserts herself in-between the dynamic duo as the "clueless" Batgirl, played perfectly by Alicia Silverstone--another wasted character thrown into an impotent crowd. In this last kitchy farce, the Batfamily takes on villains Mr. Freeze (Arnold Schwarzenegger), Poison Ivy (Uma Thurman), and Bane (Some wrestler). At times utilizing bright neon sticks, they stylistically battle the trendy villians of Gotham, chat up the sparkly hookers, and generally tool around town trying to find a storyline. What they find is that their beloved butler Alfred is sick and dying from an incurable disease--enabling Batgirl's appearance as his niece from England. Bruce and Dick have communication issues. Mr. Freeze wants to encase Gotham City in ice "just because". Poison Ivy wants... wants... Who the hell knows what, but she has Bane break stuff a lot. Too many villains, too many heroes, and too much neon make this a sad ending to the Batman franchise. A tribute to Hollywood's lack of respect.


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Batman Begins
Release Date: June 17, 2005 - Warner Bros.
Director: Christopher Nolan
Cast: Christian Bale - Bruce Wayne/Batman, Michael Caine - Alfred Pennyworth, Liam Neeson - Ducard, Morgan Freeman
Summary: A more serious reboot of the Batman franchise after an 8-year hiatus from the big screen. As a young boy, Bruce Wayne watched in horror as his millionaire parents were slain in front of him. Obsessed with revenge, young Bruce flees to the Far East, where he seeks counsel and training from the dangerous but honorable ninja cult leader known as Ra's Al-Ghul. A 25-year-old Bruce returns to Gotham City to find that his family's business, Wayne Enterprises, has been taken over by shareholders, and the company's chief inventor, Lucius Fox, has been fired. Discovering a cave under his mansion, along with a prototype armored suit, leads him to assume a new persona, one which will strike fear into the hearts of men. Wayne enlists Fox to help him create the Batman alter ego when a villain named Scarecrow unleashes a plot to poison the city.

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Batman Forever
Release Date: 1995 - Warner Bros.
Director: Joel Shumacher
Cast: Val Kilmer - Batman/Bruce Wayne, Tommy Lee Jones - Two-Face/Harvey Dent, Jim Carrey - Riddler/Edward Nygma, Nicole Kidman - Dr. Chase Meridian, Chris O'Donnell - Robin/Dick Grayson, Michael Gough - Alfred Pennyworth.
Summary: The Dark Knight of Gotham faces multiple villains again in "Two-Face" and the "Riddler". After a criminal throws acid in the face of handsome prosecutor Harvey Dent, the former District Attorney spawns a villainous multiple personality named "Two Face", horribly scarred on one side (the evil side), and beautiful on the other (good side), he is a crime lord obsessed with indiscriminate chance--due to his view of the injustice of his injury. Using a two-sided coin, he makes all decisions by flipping either heads or tails. Two-Face illogically blames Batman for his disfigurement and simply wishes him dead. The Riddler, real name Edward Nygma, is a disgruntled inventor and ex-employee of Wayne Enterprises. Terribly jealous of Wayne's success and sophistication, and rebuffed for the invention of a device that meddles with the human mind, he uses riddles to show his superiority over Wayne and Batman. Inserting herself into the mix is a sexy criminal psychologist who is turned on by the Batman's split personality syndrome. And a crime-figting partner is born when Two-Face tries to blow up the circus. Acrobat Dick Grayson becomes the high flying boy wonder "Robin" when his whole family is killed by Two-Face's actions. Feeling guilty because it was all a ploy to draw out The Batman, Bruce adopts Dick, and eventually the youth discovers the Batcave. Also introduced in this movie is new director Joel Schumacher, credited with killing the franchise by bringing in too much kitch and neon.

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Batman Returns
Release Date: 1992 - Warner Bros.
Director: Tim Burton
Cast: Michael Keaton - Batman/Bruce Wayne, Danny DeVito - Penguin/Oswald Cobblepot, Michelle Pfeiffer - Catwoman/Selina Kyle, Christopher Walken - Max Shreck, Michael Gough - Alfred Pennyworth.
Summary: The sequel to blockbuster hit "Batman", "Batman Returns" pits The Dark Knight against monstrous menace of the Penguin. With the support of megalomaniac businessman Max Shreck, the villainous duo schemes to install the Penguin as Mayor of Gotham City. The plot is further complicated by Selena Kyle, Shrek's meek and mousey secretary who, through much abuse, transforms into "Catwoman". Can The Batman take on multiple villains at once, and will the multiple personality kinship that he and Catwoman share lead to romance or tragedy?

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Batman: The Dark Knight
Release Date: July 18th, 2008 - Warner Bros.
Director: Christopher Nolan
Cast: Christian Bale as Batman, Heath Ledger as The Joker, Aaron Eckhart as Harvey Dent (Two-Face), Gary Oldman as Commissioner Gordon, Maggie Gyllenhaal as Rachel Dawes, Michael Caine as Alfred.
Summary: Christian Bale once again embodies the man behind the mask in "The Dark Knight." The film reunites Bale with director Christopher Nolan and takes Batman across the world in his quest to fight a growing criminal threat. With the help of Lieutenant Jim Gordon (Gary Oldman) and District Attorney Harvey Dent (Aaron Eckhart), Batman has been making headway against local crime...until a rising criminal mastermind known as The Joker (Heath Ledger) unleashes a fresh reign of chaos across Gotham City. To stop this devious new menace--Batman's most personal and vicious enemy yet--he will have to use every high-tech weapon in his arsenal.

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