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Batman (1989)
"Batman (1989)"
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Release: 23 June 1989
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Directed by Tim Burton. With Michael Keaton, Jack Nicholson, Kim Basinger, Robert Wuhl. The Dark Knight of Gotham City begins his war on crime with his first major enemy being the clownishly homicidal Joker
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1 year
asthobaskoro
650 posts
2012-11-03
Batman is both silly and thrilling at the same time. Fun adaptation on franchise entry, gothic, Tim Burton's style. There were nothing best Bruce Wayne and Batman, and there were no best Batman movie. Everyone has a style. Michael Keaton was terrific.
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1 year
dharma
291 posts
2012-08-29
The blockbuster that started it all. It may not be the first superhero film, but it sure was the first that was a genuine phenomenon. So much so that it eclipsed the movie itself. The T Shirt with the BAT symbol...the Prince soundtrack...the endless merchandise. How about the movie itself? It always was an unconventional film, from its choice of male cast (comedian Michael Keaton) to its Blade Runner influenced Art Design.Yes.. the narrative took strange turns, the fighting scene looked really stiff. But the spectacle is still present, two decades after its release. While the Nolan trilogy brought the Dark Knight to the 21st century, Tim Burton's version was the first super hero film that showed the true potential of the genre. Not the best, but still pretty great stuff.
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1 year
btzneb92
27 posts
2012-08-12
A film I adored as a kid, I was surprised to rewatch it now as a grown 20-year old, and coming out of it as not as great as I remembered it to be. The chess match between Batman and Joker is good, Jack Nicholson is great as the Joker, Michael Keaton actually made Batman a little scarier and more menacing than any other who played the character in the series, with some good production values, and damn the Prince songs were awesome. But other than that, this is a silly movie with an annoying damsel-in-distress, so many plotholes, and just a hot mess. It's still a good movie, but not as good as I remembered it to be, and definitely not as good as the Nolan films.
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1 year
Tokyochuchu
95 posts
2012-08-05
Tim Burton's Batman might not pack the epic punch of the later Nolan incarnation of the dark knight, but it still stands as a thoroughly enjoyable Bat-romp. Silly and gothic in equal measure, the movie is buoyed by a charismatic performance from jack Nicholson, a rousing classic theme tune and the coolest batmobile to ever grace the screen.
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2 years
Edmundo6190
6 posts
2012-07-17
By no means is this is a
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2 years
scorpius952
5 posts
2012-06-05
I was 15 when I heard they were making a Batman movie. I couldn't wait. I went out and bought all of these Batman comics to prepare myself for this monumental occasion. Then the news starting pouring in. Tim Burton was directing. REALLY??? The director of Beetlejuice was directing??? Then came the announcement of Michael (Mr. Mom) Keaton as Batman. WHAT??? Are you **** kidding me? It just got worse from there, but as a kid, I still had to see this for myself. I was there at the first showing with the rest of the poor suckers hoping to see a good superhero movie. Boy were we wrong. Wrong in the worst way. There is no way that someone can do this much stupid by accident! The acting was atrocious, no story, the worst Joker of all time, a rubber Batman costume, a city painted black, and a director that didn't seem to give even one **** about what he was doing and how many people he was hurting. The only way anyone could possibly like this movie is if they are legally retarded, or this is the fist movie that anyone has ever seen!
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2 years
Halfwelshman
239 posts
2012-02-27
Batman is a truly fine superhero film. It's not just that, though - most of the film more closely resembles an action-orientated film noir, and it has a finale that appears to have been taken straight out of a Gothic horror movie. Michael Keaton is the best film Batman, no question. While I can understand his casting raised a few eyebrows, but his portrayal of Bruce Wayne is very human and sincere, and very likeable, and his portrayal of the Dark Knight is unexpectedly effective, and highly influential (Christian Bale wasn't the first to adopt a different voice for the bat and the man). His successors never reach the heights Keaton does, with Val Kilmer being too camp and George Clooney being completely lifeless. Jack Nicholson's Joker makes for an extremely entertaining, scary villain. While he will now always be compared to Heath Ledger's Oscar-winning performance, you can't avoid the fact that they're very different roles. Ledger's Joker is uncontrollable and without any clear aim - he's a rabid dog. Nicholson's Joker is a sociopathic gangster with fame on his mind, is far more calculated and aware of what he is doing, and I personally find that far more scary. Like I say, they're different interpretations of the character, and impossible to rank one above the other. Kim Basinger's Vicki Vale makes a good damsel in distress, Michael Gough makes the perfect Alfred, and Jack Palance growls through his lines as another despicable villain, crime boss Carl Grissom. It's such a shame that Billy Dee Williams never got to play Two-Face (as he really wanted to) with his version of Harvey Dent being such an intriguing, ambiguous, image-obsessed character - he would have made a really memorable villain. Like all of Tim Burton's films, Batman is a visual feast, with Gotham city presented as a murky, industrial, crime-ridden dystopian metropolis, but with a striking ahistorical mix of architecture by designer Anton Furst. Appropriately enough for a film which is so influenced by Brazil in its design, the cinematographer is regular Terry Gilliam collaborator Roger Pratt, and his steady, measured filming style marries very well with Burton's dark, focused vision. As well as being a very engaging and well constructed superhero film and crime thriller, Batman has a surprising amount of comedy in it. This isn't the campy, pun-laden humour of the Schumacher Batman films - these are clever, self-aware jokes about social convention (the scene where Bruce Wayne is having a meal with Vicky Vale across a ridiculously long dining table before Wayne admits that he doesn't think he's ever been in this particular room of his vast mansion before is incredibly funny, helped no small measure by Keaton's impeccable comic timing) and the affectionate mockery of the ridiculousness of the source material (two thugs looking over an apparently unconscious Batman wonder who he is, but rather than immediately thinking to remove his mask, one suggests that they should "check his wallet"). The addition of humour adds a lot to the film, but never at the expense of story or character. Schumacher took this too far in his films, but Burton gets the balance between humour and seriousness just right. Finally, Danny Elfman's score is among the best of his career, providing a consistent moody and mysterious tone to the film, and creating a memorable hero theme to rival even John Williams' iconic theme for Superman. Batman is a truly great superhero film. So visually striking, it looks like it was torn straight out of the comic books it was based on, and the two most recognisable characters from those pages are brought wonderfully to life by Keaton and Nicholson. The film retains the tragedy and darkness of Batman as a character and the world he inhabits, but never gets carried away with it to the extent that the film becomes depressing. The addition of a liberal dose of humour is a welcome one, and it's nice to see a decent big budget superhero film confident enough to incorporate comedy into its story (something we have seen more of recently, with Iron Man and Thor). A great superhero film, a nice call-back to film noir and Gothic horror of classic Hollywood, and one of Mr Burton's very best - Batman really is rather fantastic.
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2 years
papa_miguel
2 posts
2012-01-22
What do people see in this movie? I saw it when it came out when I was a little kid and hated it. Now that I'm an adult, I thought that perhaps I didn't have the ability to appreciate whatever it was that people loved about this movie, so I watched it again. And I still hate it, LOL. I don't know where to begin, frankly, because every aspect of this movie, from the completely unfaithful representation of the comic book characters to the cringingly awkward dialogue and perplexing moment to moment decisions to the stiff and contrived flow of action, made this one of the biggest wastes of time I've spent in a while. I just finished watching the scene where Bruce Wayne confronts the joker in Vicki Vale's apartment. Oh yeah, you fanboys know what I'm talking about and every one of you knows when you saw that scene even your reaction was, "And Bruce Wayne did that because....?". That reaction pretty much sums up my sentiments for almost every character in every scene in the entire movie. Don't waste your time with this movie. The new Chris Nolan ones are at least compelling and rational, even if they aren't completely adherent to the comic book themes. Stick with them and may this movie be buried for eternity at the bottom of the $5 DVD bin at your local Walmart!
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2 years
grandpajoe6191
504 posts
2011-09-18
What makes "Batman" impressive is the unpredictable creativity and live art director Tim Burton mixes in with the original idea. Very impressive and well made.
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2 years
SlasherVoorhees
12 posts
2011-08-30
Batman is a Dark Film with great action sequences and good all around acting performances from Michael Keaton and Jack Nicholson its a Classic Movie that will be marked in history as one of the most memorable Super Hero movies of All time
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2 years
Spielberg00
86 posts
2011-08-28
We can express how clear it is that Christopher Nolan's take on Batman (a trilogy consisting of BATMAN BEGINS, THE DARK KNIGHT, and the upcoming THE DARK KNIGHT RISES) is much better than this. This 1989 edition of Batman is often cheesy (though definitely not as much as BATMAN: THE MOVIE from 1966 or the 1960s television series it was based on), but otherwise thrilling, intriguing, and irresistibly intense. It is some of Tim Burton's very best work, though not his best collaboration with Michael Keaton (that would be BEETLEJUICE).
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3 years
TheNewSpielberg
42 posts
2011-04-01
The most successful outing of the Caped Crusader before the 2007 smash hit Dark Knight, the 1989 Tim Burton version offers a straight up comic book movie with a crap load of action, explosions and overall mayhem. Michael Keaton stars as Bruce Wayne, a sly and unassuming businessman who by day deals with documents and contracts and who by night is a one man army, stopping crimes all over Gotham City. He forms a relationship with photojournalist Vicki Vale, played sexily by Kim Basinger, who wants to write a story about the Batman legend and crack the truth once and for all. Meanwhile, a citywide spree of madness and murder is being perpetrated by The Joker, played excellently by Jack Nicholson who is perfect for the role. Quite simply, when it comes to portraying crazy people, he is THE best. As mentioned before, the movie was in the hands of extraordinary artist Tim Burton, four years after his big screen debut with the 1985 comedy Pee-Wee's Big Adventure. The movie looks great, and the DVD quality is top-notch for a movie that is nearly 25 years old. I have to say, this movie in particular is the best looking action movie I have ever had the pleasure of seeing. However, the film does have some flaws, my biggest complaint being a sometimes cheesy soundtrack (Prince). In sum, a truly great film experience that all fans of the genre should check it out.
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3 years
TheQuietGamer
293 posts
2011-02-14
The only flaw I can find with this movie is Micheal Keaton, his interpretation of Batman is poorly done, but Jack Nicholson's performance as The Joker easily makes up for this, he really shows the Joker for who he is, a psychotic prankster, all in all if you can put up with Keaton than you have yourself a great movie.
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3 years
GUe1
2 posts
2011-02-06
I watched this movie a couple of days ago after so many years and while Batman's stiffness in his movements kind of gets in the way, the movie is still as spectacular as ever, specially the musical score.
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3 years
crstfr
7 posts
2011-02-01
Perhaps it is because I saw the Nolan films first but I was unimpressed with the lack of plot and the mix and match thing they've got going on with the set. Keaton was decent and Nicholson a redeemer, but I maintain there was a negligible storyline and the poor pacing results in a film that is not engaging.
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3 years
MovieLonely94
297 posts
2010-10-30
best Michael Keaton movie ever!
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3 years
DeVr33z
28 posts
2010-08-11
Not as good as Batman Begins, but a pretty great movie nonetheless. However, if Nicholson weren't there to steal the show from Keaton's dull Bruce Wayne, I would probably have given it a lower score.
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4 years
Ilda
131 posts
2009-10-11 04:26:34
I give 4 stars
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