Batman

After a young boy witnesses his parents' murder on the streets of Gotham City, he grows up to become the Batman - a mysterious figure in the eyes of Gotham's citizens - who takes crime-fighting into his own hands. He first emerges out of the shadows when the Joker appears - a horribly disfigured individual who is out for revenge on his former employer and generally likes to have a good time - but the identity of the `bat' is unknown. Perhaps millionaire Bruce Wayne and photographer Vicki Vale have a good chance of finding out?
Actor(s):
Jack Nicholson Kim Basinger Robert Wuhl Michael Keaton
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DVD

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After a young boy witnesses his parents' murder on the streets of Gotham City, he grows up to become the Batman - a mysterious figure in the eyes of Gotham's citizens - who takes crime-fighting into his own hands. He first emerges out of the shadows when the Joker appears - a horribly disfigured individual who is out for revenge on his former employer and generally likes to have a good time - but the identity of the `bat' is unknown. Perhaps millionaire Bruce Wayne and photographer Vicki Vale have a good chance of finding out?

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Duration (sec):
133 min.
Animated:
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Classics never die

Batman is great piece of filmmaking. Director Tim Burton's interpretation of the Dark Knight of Gotham (aka Batman)is spot on. A few eyebrows we lifted when it was announced that pretty boy Michael Keaton was playing Batman, but Keaton gives a wonderful performance as Batman's alter ego Bruce Wayne. Jack Nicholson is wonderfully camp and over the top as the psychotic villian the Joker. Great sets , dark humour and a semi-realistic atmosphere makes this first installlment of the Batman franchise a wonderful addition to any DVD collection. For tips on how to really screw up a good thing, please refer to director J. Schumacher's last 2 trainsmashes: Batman forever and the vomit inducing Batman and Robin

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