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Eric Brainard 2 days ago
Over the top characters & a great Gotham is why I like this one. Not as serious of a tone.
Paul Lanoue over 3 years ago
Mr. Nygma is great, also another visual masterpiece
Tyler Mathews over 4 years ago
Something about the blacklight-noir that makes it enjoyable.
Aaron Jones over 5 years ago
Henke almost 6 years ago
Great actors in this Batman movie.
Lucas Silva-Myles over 6 years ago
Was lucky i saw B&R before this. Some set design& lighting was good. JC as Riddler worked.
Taylor Reginald Wright over 6 years ago
Tries to balance dark and campy and kind of succeeds. Psychological complexity saves it.
Ben Calverley almost 7 years ago
Disappointing, miscast but watchable.
Dylan Clites 7 years ago
The camp starts coming in full. Fortunately, it's not as terrible as its successor.
Mandy Allen 10 days ago
Joshua Lee 2 months ago
Don Lathrop 3 months ago
Rachel Marshall 7 months ago
Brian Kuepper 7 months ago
Davide MrBlonde 10 months ago
Liam Price over 1 year ago
Daniel Rouco over 1 year ago
Batman Forever is a 1995 American superhero film directed by Joel Schumacher and produced by Tim Burton. Based on the DC Comics character Batman, the film is a sequel to Batman Returns (1992), with Val Kilmer replacing Michael Keaton as Batman. The plot focuses on Batman trying to stop Two-Face (Tommy Lee Jones) and the Riddler (Jim Carrey) in their villainous scheme to drain information from all the brains in Gotham City. He gains allegiance from psychiatrist Chase Meridian (Nicole Kidman) and orphaned ward Dick Grayson (Chris O'Donnell). The film had a change in tone compared to the previous installments, more family-friendly, since Warner Bros. considered that the previous film, Batman Returns, underperformed at the box office due to its violence and dark overtones. Production was troubled, with many actors considered for the main roles, and Kilmer entering in conflicts with the director and the rest of the crew. Batman Forever received mixed reviews upon release, but was a success...
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