Thread: What's the best Batman movie?

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    • 12 years 1 month ago
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    Yes, "The Dark Knight" is going to be special. Love the WB intro site.

    http://thedarkknight.warnerbros.com/
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    • 12 years 1 month ago
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    definately the 1960s one with adam west
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    The first batman looked good. Keaton and Nicholson did well, but that is about it. The scenes were really choppy and the dialogue sucked. The jokers over the top, campy remarks were OK. Quality wise Tim Burtons original can't hold the jock of the new films. But, I suppose it depends on what you like. Campy, over the top or true psychological thriller.
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    Do you think Ledger will be the best Joker?
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    Quote by Greengoblin

    Do you think Ledger will be the best Joker?


    nah, he's dead.
    • 12 years 1 month ago
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    Batman 89
    Batman Returns
    Batman Begins
    Batman : Sub Zero
    Batman Beyond : The return of the Joker

    The worst

    Batman Forever
    Batman & Robin

    It will be hard for Ledger to be considered the best Joker because of the Jack did in 89.
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    • 12 years 1 month ago
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    Batman begins
    The Dark knight (without even seeing it yet)
    Batman 89
    batman returns

    the rest is shit
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    Definitely Batman Begins. Excellent movie.

    The 89 one is...okay, but I swear to God I fall asleep in the middle of it EVERY TIME. The best thing about it was definitely Jack Nicholson.

    Haven't seen Batman Returns. My mom wouldn't let me when it came out and I just haven't gotten around to it yet.
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    • 12 years 1 month ago
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    man nobody here likes the 60s version. which is definately the best.



    batman: what sits in a tree, is very small, and extremely dangerous?
    robin: a sparrow with a machine gun
    batman: precisely robin

    hahaha
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    FOR THE OBSCURE- try batman vs. dracula a filipino movie from
    the late 60s.
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    • 12 years 1 month ago
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    Quote by COOLHAND
    man nobody here likes the 60s version. which is definately the best.



    Relax! Of course ya got fans of the 60's show! Batman was the biggest thing to hit tv during the 1960's. In my opinion it was bigger than Star Trek.

    Batman in 1966 kicked the crap out of Lost in Space in those parts of the USA where they crossed time slots.

    It's just that Batman was to tv what the Beatles were to music - HUGE!
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    • 12 years 1 month ago
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    I loved watching the old 66 Batman re-runs on TV growing up. I think my list would probably be:
    Batman 89
    Batman Begins
    Batman Returns
    Batman 66
    Batman Forever

    I'm really looking forward to The Dark Knight. I've never gone to see a movie at 12AM, but I honestly think that I may with this one.
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    • 12 years 1 month ago
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    Quote by mlightner29
    I loved watching the old 66 Batman re-runs on TV growing up. I think my list would probably be:
    Batman 89
    Batman Begins
    Batman Returns
    Batman 66
    Batman Forever

    I'm really looking forward to The Dark Knight. I've never gone to see a movie at 12AM, but I honestly think that I may with this one.


    Wow, great list. The Dark Knight will be Huge. Yes, do the midnight show if you can. You will remember it all of your life if you do!
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    • 12 years 23 days ago
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    I'll be there when it premires, but you have to remember that "The Dark Knight" is not a remake of the 1989, it has nothing to do with Tim Burton or Joel Schumachers movies cause it's part of a new and seperate series of Batman movies. Afterall you can't have a Batman series without the Joker.
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    • 12 years 23 days ago
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    Quote by Greengoblin


    I'll be there when it premires, but you have to remember that "The Dark Knight" is not a remake of the 1989, it has nothing to do with Tim Burton or Joel Schumachers movies cause it's part of a new and seperate series of Batman movies. Afterall you can't have a Batman series without the Joker.


    And the only reason to do this is a fresh take on characters you think you know too well.
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