Batman Returns :- Watch Batman Returns on Youtube on Fire, You like the bright, shiny hyper-competent Batman? The 1966 Adam West movie is your jam. Want the none-more-tortured and emotionally crippled Batman and a Bruce Wayne who is merely a shell of a man? Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight trilogy is there for you. What about George Clooney-Batman, chronically bemused by the craziness that finds him? Batman and Robin. But no one film truly captures the greatness of Batman’s long-running career more than 1992’s Batman Returns. Mostly remembered for Michelle Pfeiffer’s Catwoman (and with good reason; she’s easily one of the highlights), Batman Returns is a movie that even its most ardent fans would admit has problems; the pacing is uneven, the plot doesn’t really come together (or, to be honest, make that much sense) and there’s at least one villain too many packed in. But whether by accident or design, in its scatteredness and schizophrenia, whether by accident or by design, Batman Returns really manages to feel like a summation of the Dark Knight’s comic book history up to that point. Tonally, the film repeatedly switches between melodramatic tragedy and comedy, mirroring the way that the straightforward adventure strip of the 1930s became something more ridiculous and comedic in the 1950s to escape censure, before then turning to increasingly self-important drama in the 1980s and early ’90s. The characters churn through changing personalities and motives with each new plot twist, echoing their evolution as they passed through the hands and control of different writers and artists.
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Release: 19 June 1992 (USA)
IMDB Rating: 7.0/10
Director: Tim Burton
Stars: Michael Keaton, Danny DeVito, Michelle Pfeiffer