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Discussion in 'Mayberry Lounge' started by WildMan, Jan 11, 2018.
Guys, watch this review, it’s hilarious.
I haven't seen Batman & Robin since the 90s. That movie can't even be enjoyed in the same manner as Spider-Man 3 for how bad it is. Clooney was the worst by far.
Best Batman will always be:
Yeah Bale has that psychotic playboy type character down pat
I don't even remember a difference between Clooney's Batman and his Bruce Wayne.
I thought he was the least likeable Bruce Wayne, which actually might make him the best.
By a mile. He couldn't play tortured soul at all, he could only play wealthy playboy (not a stretch). If I'm being honest he's in my top 2 of my most overrated actors list.
That is correct.
Best .. bale.
I read the comics growing up in 90s and Batman /Wayne was dark Noir.
The pop shit with prince and jack Nicholas was a money grab,cinematic puke.
Affleck ..lol,he wasn’t as bad as I thought but Clooney...Clooney was a fucking joke,he was so damn drab. Dude looked like he just walked on set and said..”what’s my lines,ok got em...see you guys next scene”
I used to have family in Sulmona, where part of that was filmed, and I spent some time there back in the eighties. Such a beautiful country.
Thought the movie was great.
I really liked him as Batman, but I still give the edge to Keaton.
No other actor has come remotely close to his intensity in the role.
I took a girlfriend of mine to see the premier of Keaton in his first Batman. After that, all I had to do to get her in the mood was creep up behind her and say "I'm Batman" in her ear. Years after we'd broken up I spotted her at a party I did it, and she turned around and kissed me. So yeah, Keaton has my loyalty.
Keaton is the best Batman but not the best Bruce Wayne?
Keaton's Wayne is better than his Batman. Watch Batman 1989 and try to keep it out of your brain that his suit is so stiff that he can't move his head left or right and just in general can't move well at all. His fight choreography is a slow moving joke. Watch him try to talk to girl in his passenger seat of the Batmobile, he can't look at her. He tries for a moment, practically turning his whole body towards her, but gives up quickly.
Surprised Keaton's complete lack of mobility in the suit hasn't been mentioned yet. Outside of this 1989 is right behind TDK trilogy and the other Batman's only kind of exist in the periphery, for me.