Action • PG-13 • 1992 • 2 hr 6 min
Loved the dark dark take on Batman. Great chemistry between Michelle Pfeiffer and Michael Keaton
The best of the batman films of this era. It's not super campy like the others, but doesn't take itself too seriously. A fun film to watch.
The darkest of the Button/Schumacher era. Pfeiffer nails Catwoman, DeVito's solid Penguin and Keaton's definitely the Bat. Good X-mas film.
I like how Tom Burton stays true to his dark whimsical style while making it feel very comic book like. However not much character depth
valid christmas movie. perfect transitional holiday movie ala nightmare before christmas.
I actually like this one more than the first because it is more of a Burton film than Barman. The dialogue feels poetic and DeVito is great!
Another banger from Burton, this time casting one of the greatest Penguins in Batman history - if you take away Burgess Meredith of course.
Probably the best Batman film - cinematography is unbeatable as well as the complexity of the story.
A fun, over the top, very Tim Burton inspired film with great performances from DeVito and Michelle Pfieffer giving an enjoyable experience.
I don't remember much of this movie anymore but I remember liking it.
Batman must face his most ruthless nemesis when a deformed madman calling himself "The Joker" seizes control of Gotham's criminal underworld.
While Batman deals with a deformed man calling himself the Penguin, an employee of a corrupt businessman transforms into the Catwoman.
Batman must battle a disfigured district attorney and a disgruntled former employee with help from an amorous psychologist and a young circus acrobat.
Batman and Robin deal with relationship issues while preventing Mr. Freeze and Poison Ivy from attacking Gotham City.