• Paty Hernández

    ★★★½

    Primera vez que la veo, y me parece un contraste muy interesante para el personaje de la saga de Nolan, y también un clásico ejemplo del Burton de los 80s. Resulta atractivo ver el nacimiento y muerte, así como las motivaciones, de un personaje que "está loco" y que resulta bastante cómico en muchos momentos.

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  • ((( ☀️ louey ☀️ )))

    ★★★

    it's ok

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  • JosephLoftgren

    ★½

    The worst part about this film is it expects to be taken seriously. It expects to take its characters and its world seriously. This and its sequels ruined Batman for me for years.

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  • Matt DeGroot

    ★★★★½

    The cast. The music. The design. Everything about this movie brings me nostalgic joy that takes me back to when I was six years old and nothing was better than this freaking movie.

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  • seandroid

    ★★★★½

    I remember watching Tim Burton's Batman for the first time when I was seven and thinking it was decent but somewhat boring. Well, seven-year-old me had bad taste because this rewatch had me smiling maniacally along with The Joker for two solid hours. I had a blast watching Jack Nicholson ham it up as he descended deeper and deeper into madness, and Danny Elfman's iconic score is flawless.

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  • Jonathan Frankel

    ★★★★★

    I've only seen this movie once before and I remember thinking it was really good, but after seeing it a second time I am now enlightened and now I know in my heart that it's not very good...

    ...IT'S FUCKING AMAZING.

    Oh my god how did I not see this movie's greatness before? It wasn't even that long ago that I saw this for the first time either, was I really that much of a dumbass 2 years ago??

    Michael…

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  • Joe

    ★★★★

    Human After All

    This is badly paced and narratively lumpy but man oh man, what lumps - it's crazy to me that the first real 21st century superblockbuster, the financial success of which needed to be overwhelming and guaranteed for the sake of its corporate parents, would be this strange. Some of its quirks are just commercial synergy in disguise of course - people sometimes forget when they talk about Prince's involvement that he was only three or four years…

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  • Matt Shiverdecker

    ★★★★★

    My first viewing in nearly 20 years was on a GORGEOUS 35mm print at the Austin Film Society. Alison Macor was on hand to do a Q&A about her new book "Rewrite Man," about script doctor Warren Skaaren. He passed away about a year after his triumphant success with fixing this screenplay after countless drafts and struggles within WB to get it right.

    Seeing it on the big screen again was mesmerizing and I'd like to revisit it again soon with Burton's commentary track.

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  • DaniMars

    ★★½

    This movie is bad executed, with horrible actuations, saved only by Jack Nicholson, who made (in my opinion) the greatest and most faithful to the comics Joker. It's too bad to be too long, I only watched all of it because of Nicholson. Sure he saves the movie for me, although nothing can be done about its simple and boring plot.

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  • Jcosgrove

    ★★½

    A bit boring. Not awful.

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  • David Albee

    ★★

    There was so much cringe in this film...

    I don't think I'll ever watch this again..

    Wasn't a fan of most of this film besides the score and sets...

    I know this film is supposed to be one of the best Batman films...but..it was such a let down..

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  • Simon Brennan

    ★★★★

    Yes the plot is wafer thin but this was the first time Batman was taken seriously in the moving picture age. Michael Keaton is perfectly cast as Bruce Wayne/Batman and Jack Nicholson is just Jack. Props also go to the late Anton Furst's amazing production design.

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