Batman Forever :- Watch Batman Forever on Youtube on Fire, A question has been nagging at me ever since the first Batman movie, and “Batman Forever” makes it inescapable: Would Bruce Wayne continue his keen interest in crime fighting if he didn’t get to wear the Batman costume? The opening scene plays like a commercial for a rubberwear shop, and throughout the movie, the dominant images are of fetishistic gear: The belt buckles, boots, gloves, capes, masks, and of course, the cute little dime-sized nipples on Batman’s and Robin’s chests. When Batman tries on his new prototype costume late in the movie, and there’s a close-up of its gleaming buttocks, the audience chuckles knowingly. Batman would be a sensation in any leather bar, but “Batman Forever” is at pains to show that he has heterosexual tastes. Nicole Kidman plays Dr. Chase Meridian, who sounds like a bank, but is, in fact, a student of abnormal psychology. She’s powerfully attracted to Batman the moment she meets him, and wonders what he’s looking for in a woman: Would it help, she wonders, if she carried a whip? She’s thrilled that Batman reads her books (“Not every girl makes a superhero’s night table”), but less than thrilled when her date for the Gotham Charity Circus is boring old bachelor Bruce Wayne. Maybe the clothes do make the man. This theme the girl in love with the image but not the reality is also standard in the Superman series, where Lois Lane chases the Man of Steel, but rejects Clark Kent.
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Action, Adventure, Fantasy
Release: 16 June 1995 (USA)
IMDB Rating: 5.4/10
Director: Joel Schumacher
Stars: Val Kilmer, Tommy Lee Jones, Jim Carrey