Batman Forever

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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Riddle me this, riddle me that, who is the conceptual illustrator that helped design the various weapons and gadgets that Batman (Val Kilmer) used in Joel Schumacher's 1995 film, Batman Forever? That would be Christopher Ross ("The Avengers"). Check it out!
Ignore the Bat-nipples. Put the codpieces back in your pants, and stow your rage until you've read the whole article. Watch the movie again a little less critically, and a little more for enjoyment.
The third part of my look back on Batman's theatrical releases sees Schumacher's first attemt at the franchise. Can it hold up? Click to find out.
Val Kilmer suited up as Batman in the 1995 theatrical release of Batman Forever, during the Chicago Comic and Entertainment Expo he talked a little bit about his experience on the film.
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Johnny Depp talks about how he almost played Batman in Batman Forever and that he is open to being The Riddler in "Batman 3."