Batman (1989) is a Bad BATMAN Movie


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  • HiTop Films
    HiTop Films  2 months ago +305

    I can't believe I have to clarify this, yet again. My OPINION is that Batman '89 is a bad BATMAN movie. Now that doesn't mean it is a bad movie, in fact it's a lot of fun and looks incredible, as I said countless times in the video. What being a bad Batman movie means to me, is that the film did not accurately portray the character of Bruce Wayne and what makes him tick. That is also just my OPINION, feel free to disagree, but maybe watch the video before you leave a lengthy comment telling me how wrong I am.
    To those of you who enjoyed the video and are sharing it, commenting, liking and donating to the Patreon, I cherish you guys, and I thank you endlessly for the support. These videos take a lot of time and a lot of effort, but you guys really do make it worth it.

    • Zesanactor Over-5
      Zesanactor Over-5 4 days ago

      HiTop Films You’re an idiot. MK was perfect for that role

    • reviews cast
      reviews cast 5 days ago

      no matter whatever you say it was good movie of its time.

    • RCBM Mines
      RCBM Mines 7 days ago

      HiTop Films I just want to say our opinions, interests and knowledge really coincide. So far I completely agree with you on:
      Your opinion on Batman Killing and the purpose of his crusade being for children not to suffer like him
      How to fix the Martha scene
      Homecoming is a bad Spider-Man movie
      Insomniac’s Spider-Man is the best Spidey since Spectacular
      but most of all..... 3:00 YES FINALLY ANOTHER WELL INFORMED FAN! LONG LIVE BILL FINGER! In all seriousness I love your work so far. You deserve more subscribers and I’m more than happy to be one.

    • idontgive mercesthethird
      idontgive mercesthethird 11 days ago

      Be aware what you say if batman is a bad batman movie than there is no good live action batman movie at all....

    • Tim Nickerson
      Tim Nickerson 11 days ago

      You have a flawed theory, Batman has already tried to kill the Joker before he ever found out He was the Man who killed Bruce's Parents. Bruce Wayne is not on a mission to avenge His parents death, it's only an unexpected bonus in the final confrontation.

  • MartĂ­n XiĂşhnel Mora Roldán

    You are wrong

  • Robert Jones
    Robert Jones 9 hours ago

    When Batman originally came out in 1989, people were astounded by the film. Because at the time, all they had to compare it to was the 60s tv show. 30 years later, after having the extremely successful Nolan films, the current DC cinematic universe that features Batman, a lot of people (including myself) who loved the Burton films realize that Burton could’ve done a lot better. The villians mostly overshadow Batman, not much substance was put into the stories. They mostly relied on eye candy to attract an audience. Burton actually said that his movie was more of a cultural phenomenon than a great film.

  • Ravnoor Chahal
    Ravnoor Chahal 10 hours ago

    The movie might not be the best Batman movie but it has the best Joker to me

  • Danielle Rush
    Danielle Rush 19 hours ago

    It's an okay movie. I don't love it. But I don't think it's bad.

  • Jason 'Psychedelic Doughnut' Bassett

    I always preferred Batman Returns

  • parag3247
    parag3247 22 hours ago

    Have those films aged well? Probably not. What 80s and 90s action films have? That said, it means a lot to people who grew up watching em. I also do feel it's better than a large chunk of the current MCU films. So I don't know. And I don't think Nolan gave us the definitive Batman. I always find myself laughing the moment Bale speaks as Batman. Wherease Keston was always intriguing to me. He's quiet and cold. It's very similiar to Justice League's TAS Batman.

  • Neil Philp
    Neil Philp 23 hours ago

    It's not as good as the Nolan Trilogy but I still love it. There is just something so carefree and entertaining about Batman 1989 and Michael Keaton is dynamite as Batman.

  • potes of the top

    This is why Batman Begins is better than Batman 89

  • Ark Silas/Sylvain Gourd

    Hmmm original Batman,in comics,was killing the vilains :)

  • Graig Weich BeyondComics. TV

    LOVE 89 Bats but your video is GREAT! Keep it up! PS, Hot Girlfriend is a bonus, lol.

  • Goldust
    Goldust Day ago

    Didn’t batman kill Two-Face?

  • clown599
    clown599 Day ago

    this movie is awesome. period.

  • Don Scott
    Don Scott Day ago

    You have no idea what the hell you are talking about,kid. You are just some 19 year old millennial,who wasn't even around when this movie was first released. You were still swimming around in your daddy's testicles,while "Batman" was making millions of dollars,at the box office. Tim Burton did an amazing job with this movie,and any TRUE Batman fan,can clearly see that. He gave it that golden age,dark Noir style,which the early Batman comics had. Burton having Jack Napier (Joker) killing Bruce Wayne's parents,drove Bruce to develop a cold bitter hatred towards Napier,which made the fued between Batman and Joker,all that much more personal. Batman now had a reason to wanna kill the Joker. I noticed in the video,you said to just forget about Bob Kane's version of Batman,and then you also said that Bill Finger's take on the character was the real Batman. Lol what an arrogant statement to make. Bob Kane's stories, were some of the best,there were. Batman was brutal and even used guns. This was when Batman had balls, and wasn't some SJW who didn't kill criminals. What's wrong with that? Obviously,anyone who knew anything about the early Batman comics,knew that's exactly the kind of Batman that Burton wanted him to be. Don't put down and criticize what you don't understand,kid. Just stick to reviewing and sucking up on the Batman movies of your generation and leave ours alone.

  • Aaron Turner
    Aaron Turner Day ago

    Batman 1989 is a Masterpiece and Batman Returns was good. It was Batman Forever that was a bad Batman film and Batman and Robin was not only the worst Batman movie, it's one of the worst movies ever in general.

  • Eric Kenney
    Eric Kenney Day ago

    The greatness of a character like Batman is that he doesn't care what you think of his identity, his decision, his mission. He is not an identity obsessed millennial. He doesn't need to explain anything. Which is why the hints to who he is and how he works, sprinkled here and there, fit the nature of the character. Because Bruce IS shallow. There is no depth to explore. Batman is right under the surface, always. His sickness, his illness. The same with Nicholson's Joker. There is no grand arc, no great depth to moor within the two, because both men are mad. Crazy to the gills. There is no reason for their actions. The movie portrays these two mad men both fully accepting their illness finding each other and thusly perpetuating their madness, in turn creating the plot by both bringing out the best and the worst of each other with the city and Vicki Vale caught in between their madness. It works in doing that. You mention The DARK KNIGHT. The best Batman film and probably best comic film of all time. Its the same movie. There is no origin. In fact, the movie would still be what it is if there was no Batman Begins. Its a movie of 2 shallow lunatics with a city and a cast of characters caught between them. Nolan goes to great lengths with false origins to layout how his Joker also has no depth. Also have no reason for his actions. Why? .. because both portrayals are of insane men. There is no goal but to watch the world burn or give this town an enema. Their only reason's being .. just because. And Bruce, what does he spend the entire Dark Knight doing? He pretends he has depth. Pretends he can just toss away his mental illness and live an imaginary life with Rachel.knows better. See there is no arc of redemption to Bruce in The Dark Knight. We find by the end of the movie that it is a lie. Smoke and mirrors. All there is for him is a never-ending road of sacrifice. Of course that is what Bruce realizes, just as Micheal Keaton's Batman already knew. That his mental illness along with his money makes him the only force against the same mental illness found in his rogues. It's a shallow narrative because what makes Bruce Batmsn isn't some deep puzzle, it's a simple shallow decision. Its that simple decision that also make him heroic. Once Batman, in any adaption, comics , film, animation, video games, is fighitng the Joker, or the Riddler or the Penguin any illusions to an arc or deep internal struggle within Bruce are and ever will be a lie because he is then beyond needing to explain himself and what he has become is therefore beyond needing to be explained. Which is why .. writers rarely ever do it. Except for Nolan in TDKR, which is ridiculous, and not the end of that story, if Nolan's Batman is indeed Batman.

  • FoldupFire 4586
    FoldupFire 4586 Day ago

    I'm a fan of batman 89 because...well now that I think about it I'm not a fan

  • Error Macro
    Error Macro Day ago

    This is why I don't like why people are tired of seeing origin stories for heroes. I understands it gets boring when we're seeing the same thing over and over again, but the solution isn't to stop focusing on a character's origin, Cause when you do, You get a movie like this where the movie looks and sounds cool but the title character has no actual, well, character

  • Woebegone Kenobi

    So, _so_ glad that you made the "Batman does not kill" video. It's amazing and drives home one of the points you touch upon here

  • Edgar Orozco
    Edgar Orozco Day ago

    He's a good man.

  • Elliott Otten
    Elliott Otten 2 days ago

    I’m glad you got some Bill Finger love in there.

  • Forensic425
    Forensic425 2 days ago

    the movie is a masterpiece, an all time classic. but it's not really a great batman movie.

  • WhenIsaacComesAround

    I couldn’t agree more

  • Mr Temporal
    Mr Temporal 2 days ago

    Only one Alfred!? For shame, little Alex!

  • Mohammad Chaichi
    Mohammad Chaichi 2 days ago

    Wow, what a load of garbage!

  • NinjaPeko22
    NinjaPeko22 3 days ago

    You are an idiot.

  • Rob Chuk
    Rob Chuk 3 days ago

    Need to do why First Class and DofP are bad X-Men movies. (They really are)

  • La Serpenta Canta
    La Serpenta Canta 3 days ago

    Another Nolanite ruining everything for everybody.

  • Drake Cherry
    Drake Cherry 3 days ago

    Fucking thank you I’ve been saying this shit for years, and everyone thinks I’m crazy

  • Mr Traver
    Mr Traver 3 days ago

    I totally agree but the movie overall is good from the quotes to the cast and the costumes and the writing and music.

  • Mr Traver
    Mr Traver 3 days ago


  • Ben TheTaco
    Ben TheTaco 3 days ago

    But how can you donate if you’re a broke bitch like you and me?joking aside I do agree with you on your 3 major points and that this was a really well done thought out heart felt
    Video really just trying to get your opinion cross,keep up the good work man!

  • JG 187ummm
    JG 187ummm 3 days ago

    Love both of Burton's Batman films...

  • Gkn Knc
    Gkn Knc 4 days ago

    Your titles are too much clickbait

  • Lightner445555555555

    I miss this movie looking cool.

  • Chopperwocky
    Chopperwocky 5 days ago

    Michael Keaton was too short to play Batman.

  • The Phenomenal Star
    The Phenomenal Star 5 days ago

    13:40 It’s Kevin Conroy, why is that even an argument?

  • The Phenomenal Star
    The Phenomenal Star 5 days ago

    I gotta say, I think this video blows that Homecoming video out of the water.

  • Clarence Dass
    Clarence Dass 5 days ago

    I watched this movie as a 7 year old back in 1989 and I loved it! BUT, I remember my grand father, who took me to the cinema to see this, hated the film. I remember him telling me that it was too dark and Batman was too violent. At the time I thought he was just being an "old man", but reflecting on it now, even my granddad who didn't know much about Batman, felt that they did it wrong.
    I still love the movie and think Michael Keaton is the greatest movie Batman ever, but the character of the Batman he played, as written for this film, is not my ideal Batman. if that makes sense. I also like the movie for it's score and imagery. Visually it set up a lot of things for Batman that artists borrow from till this day. Plus, i was there for the hype. Every magazine, every news paper had Batman 89 in it. It felt huge, and I haven't been able to shake that. Even seeing some of the stills in this video is nostalgic because I remember seeing those same stills back in the day.
    At the time this was something that was never done before and they did it the only way the creative team knew how. I'm sure, 30 years from now, people will pick apart the Nolan batman films the same way.

  • Hi I am a potato
    Hi I am a potato 6 days ago

    Well with the Batman theme there's the 1989 one and the 1966 theme

  • Jordan Films
    Jordan Films 6 days ago


  • Noleen Rankin
    Noleen Rankin 6 days ago +2


  • NorthernXY
    NorthernXY 6 days ago

    Batman Forever is my favorite of the four. It goes into who is Bruce Wayne is and why he does what he does. Think I was eight and was finally understanding the world and that humans are complex. Burton's Batman was just some guy in a mask.

  • Iowa Whitestone
    Iowa Whitestone 6 days ago


  • fensi djuvegija
    fensi djuvegija 7 days ago

    fuck you

  • Jason Luong
    Jason Luong 7 days ago +1

    without the 89 batman movie. we probably still be doing campy ass batman wa tu see dancing with the joker and catwoman on the big screen. The real story of batman is not a lighthearted one. the 89 batman movie was the first batman movie to really show him in a dark knight sort of light. many directors and actors have butchered the role. There a reason heath ledger won an academy award for being joker, immersed himself in the reading material. And drew from the spirit of the character.

  • RCBM Mines
    RCBM Mines 7 days ago


  • jinko
    jinko 7 days ago

    the tim burton batman movies are fxckin cringey and are bad movies in general *try to change my opinion*

  • Alan Parris
    Alan Parris 8 days ago

    I don't like anything Tim Burton. I agreed with nearly everything you said. The one thing I disagreed with was your age. Don't tell people that shit, man. Wait 10 years before divulging that kind of information.

  • Jay R
    Jay R 8 days ago

    i used to have that batman mc donald mug.. i wonder what happen to it.
    that was pretty much my only batman toy.

  • Zanda
    Zanda 8 days ago

    Thank you.

  • Omar
    Omar 9 days ago

    Am I the only one who thinks the original 1989 Batman movie had the best suit and him not being able to move his neck looks pretty badass?

  • impact zone
    impact zone 9 days ago

    and you're a BAD youtuber

  • Shingeki no Kyojin
    Shingeki no Kyojin 9 days ago

    How ever did I screw up to your stupid channel?

  • Sugar Ray
    Sugar Ray 10 days ago

    89' batman is a classic.

  • TheTallMan35
    TheTallMan35 10 days ago

    This guy don't look too happy. He's been using brand xssssssss. But with the new and improved Christopher Nolan Batman I get a grin again and again.

    CRAZYD4VE87 10 days ago

    I feel like the story of batman has been told so many different ways that it doesnt have a actual canon. This is 1 version of it, and I like it for that.

  • Batman and Robin
    Batman and Robin 11 days ago

    Batman 89 isn’t all bad but has a confusing plot point.

  • andy tanael
    andy tanael 11 days ago

    xfinafire, unless you live in a cave or a senior citizen, some texters today are making shortcut messaging. like if want to type classmate you can type clasme8.and "you" can be typed as "u". many uses acronyms like LOL for laughing out don't insult a person u dont even know just because they texted incorrectly.anyway,im from Asia and not an American.

  • Supreme IO
    Supreme IO 11 days ago

    It's really hard to explain to people that don't read comics that what they have gotten in Batman '89, The Dark Knight trilogy, and BvS is not Batman. It's just a few things of Batman thrown into a great deal of Hollywood made up none sense. It's hard to explain to them that these movies maybe enjoyable or successful but they are not Batman.

  • xfinafire
    xfinafire 11 days ago

    I’ve never seen what Tim Burton looks like until this video. Interesting. Also, never liked Michael Keaton as Batman/Bruce Wayne. He looks nothing and sounds nothing like Bruce Wayne/Batman.

  • Lord Vader
    Lord Vader 12 days ago

    Sounds just like law enforcement that figths criminals they become THEM!!!! That was the joker's main goal to turn Batman into him!

  • Lord Vader
    Lord Vader 12 days ago

    So let murders & rapist Rome free anarchy huh! Bible says kill the WICKED!!!

  • Amrith Menon
    Amrith Menon 12 days ago

    What ad?

  • Jeffrey Williams
    Jeffrey Williams 13 days ago

    Tim Burton's movies can be summed up in one phrase: style over substance. The entire 80s was about looking good instead of actually BEING good. This is why Burton's films slowly started getting bad and Johnny Depp was his favorite stooge.

  • Brenden Barnett
    Brenden Barnett 14 days ago +1

    Who could downvote this video? You did an amazing job with this. I didn’t WANT to watch it because I love Batman 89 but... you nailed it just as you did the a Spider-Man video. Thank you for your hard work.

  • HunGerMovies
    HunGerMovies 14 days ago

    "Batman under no circumstance should kill people" - that is bullshit. Even in the original comics he was a killing machine, that is another thing that you don't give a shit just because it is convenient for you not giving. He also killed like almost in all Batman movies that exist. The Batman which does not kill under no circumstances, even if his or his loved ones' life in danger, is not intimidating and just an adult clown in a bat suit, a target of jokes from the criminals. Sorry, but nitpicking lore fuckers like you the reason for getting shitty fan service adaptations for comics/video games, etc. Nothing human about this Batman? Lol, that is the fucking point, he must be an intimidating creature of the night, a symbol, and not a fucking whine baby giving a wise speech before each punch.

    • The Crimson fucker
      The Crimson fucker 12 days ago

      “Original comics” the comics where he killed was 70 years ago, and they were retconned.

  • MarĂ­a de Fátima Palacios Antillano

    OMG you're right. If not for Michael Keaton this movie would have been a terrible movie. Thanks for the epiphany. And sorry for the terrible english.

  • Nicholas Tosoni
    Nicholas Tosoni 15 days ago

    I've been a Bat-fan ever since I was just a tot. _89_ (or at least one TV re-edit) was my introduction. That being said, in more recent years, I've come to appreciate that it _is_ very all-over-the-place.
    In fact, it's desperately in need of some streamlining here and there. I was watching a video on _Tim Burton's Batman Forever_ when it hit me that the return to Axis Chemicals should have been the whole climax instead of a Bat-afterthought. Scrap the Cathedral; scrap the parade; scrap the Batwing, memorable though it is.
    The main thrust could have been the same: Batman sneaks in, deals with some random thugs, finds Joker. Except this time he's putting in remote-control Bat-bombs to blow the thing to hell.
    This would have the effect of ending the Joker where he began: among the toxic waste vats. You could also have the going-up-the-tower thing, perhaps followed by a Batwing rescue just as it blows up.

  • JMWFilmmaker
    JMWFilmmaker 15 days ago

    That whole bit from 12:05 to 12:22 was the funniest thing to me. Thank you for that.

  • Collector Duck
    Collector Duck 15 days ago

    Can I just mention that I believe you started out saying Burton focused too much on Bruce Wayne and not on Batman and then you end by saying there wasn't enough about Bruce Wayne. (Which btw isn't completely wrong. The representation of Wayne is scarce at best, but it's kind of confusing. What the conclusion is when it counteracts the opening argument.
    I like your reviews though. Keep making them =)
    Btw: If BvS wasn't such a fucking character assassination of both Superman and Batman, wouldn't it have been a great movie? I mean... I know people complained about the serious tone as compared to Marvel movies, but I kind of liked that. I don't want every movie to be Thor Ragnarok, nor would I WANT every movie to be Thor Ragnarok. As an example, Logan was a fucking smash hit. And nobody complained about how it was too serious. But Logan kept itself true to the characters.
    I think BvS would have been fantastic if Znyder understood the characters just.... a little bit better.

  • Prog Rock Anarchy
    Prog Rock Anarchy 15 days ago

    I actually think the dark knight Trilogy and arkham games have better music than the danny elfman one

  • Taylor Fan101
    Taylor Fan101 15 days ago

    My god, finally someone gets this isn’t a good Batman movie

  • Darkstalker 212
    Darkstalker 212 16 days ago

    Batman 1989 movie was the best hero movie I've ever seen during my childhood. Sorry but, I've to disagree with you.

  • snarkus63
    snarkus63 16 days ago

    Valid points,all....but considering what came afterwards....Schumacher's bloated cartoonish mess and Nolan's bottom-heavy,whiny angst...which contaminated the DC superhero movies that followed...I'll go with Burton's anytime.

  • james lebourgeois
    james lebourgeois 17 days ago

    Dude bob kane did created batman along with others just like stan lee and tim Burton i dont care if he reads a comic for one..batman did kill his enemys in issue number 1 frist comic and used guns because of what the world made him who he is and him to go out and train to become batman...lets brake this down first of all batman year one was a good movie and it brakes down bruce and batman all in one and into 1989's part in the movie. 1. In batman year one hes just got started in batman once after in gotham hes been in so many brawls before dawning cape and cowl hes besn in cage fights and lasted 48 hours without a brake true fact plus yes he was suicidle he wanted to kill himself once after a bat a bat flew into his window and got what he needed within himself to become batman tim Burton is a different story. Now after the end of year one jim gordon showed a joker card at the end to show joker was coming and in tims version makes up for it by this
    2. Batmans 1989 takes place in after batman year one by this hes been out for while and un his prime and hes been shot many of times to where his suit was upgraded and bulletproof so he can survive the night once again as batman giving the illusion that ge does not die and the stuff he went though in year one was at his end coming into his own version of year two as batman so its taken his tole and as the comic version and 1989s film its done its justice but one area that his a down fall to it..was the only fact that he could not move his head right if only that he moves his head more like Christian bales batman dark knight movie it would have been more of an Amazingly batman movie of all times.
    Tim is just a asswhole who does not pay anymind to details.

  • Susookee Uchiha
    Susookee Uchiha 17 days ago

    Filmmakers dont care about the comics

  • Escoteiro Arthur
    Escoteiro Arthur 17 days ago

    Batman killing is the biggest problem in the movie. But is not as bad as it was in BvS, because:
    1- It not try to be badass as Zack Snyder
    2- In Batman 1966 we saw Batman for the first time. In Batman 1989 we saw how dark was Batman. In Nolan Trilogy, we saw his rules. Its a progression.
    Its still a problem? Yes. But not as bad as BvS problem.

  • Aiden Robinson-Salama - Robert H Lagerquist Sr PS (1473)

    the only reason i dont like Tim burtons batman is because he kills batman never kills

  • Presley St.James
    Presley St.James 18 days ago

    You say Batman is a bad movie and then ask people for money? Haha, good luck with that! Try kicking a dude in the nuts and ask him for dinner.

  • YouVSMeTV
    YouVSMeTV 19 days ago

    THANK YOU. I've literally said some of these things for years. And everybody thought I was an asshole until The Dark Knight came out.

  • cboehm24
    cboehm24 19 days ago

    I was 16 when Batman came out. I had my first job: at a movie theater. The summer of Batman was my first summer there. At the time, when everything was on film, the projectionists would sometimes run the film to test it, so the manager invited everyone to come see it the day before it premiered. I can't convey how profound was this movie's impact on me. It caused the comic boom of the 90's--the creation of Deadpool, Spawn and stories that are now taken as canon. That said, I have always thought of the '89 movie as one of the most shallow interpretations of the character of Batman, and all of your points are fully correct. The strength of the movie has always been in its visuals and score--Burton's strengths even now.

  • Neeraj kumar
    Neeraj kumar 19 days ago

    Title was so triggering that I had to check this one out! Smart strategy.

  • Alexander RĂĄdström

    Batman 1989 is an epic movie dont care what you are saying Batman and Robin from 1997 Is pure shit Michael Keaton is the best Bruce wayne & Batman,

  • Cromwell Cabalu
    Cromwell Cabalu 20 days ago

    I love the 1989 Tim Burton Batman. It's the first serious batman movie I've ever seen other than the Christopher Nolan version which I also love to watch.

  • icewallowcman
    icewallowcman 20 days ago

    can i donate semen to your gril?

    ANU START 20 days ago

    you know what? i dont think this batman was all that great, it actually wasn't enough like new Vegas, the previous entry into the series, there just aren't enough serious consequences to the more crazy dialogue options. we really need a new entry into the fallout series to bring back what we came here for. wait, what was this video about again?

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    TER 0 21 day ago


  • D B
    D B 21 day ago

    lmao I like Batman and Robin because of the ass tight shot closeups and the titty rubber nipple close ups as well...

  • InflatedBaton
    InflatedBaton 22 days ago

    Don’t like Bruce in this one Christian bale better

  • Joshua Grissom
    Joshua Grissom 22 days ago

    Kill yourself

    • Zerocrazy Gear
      Zerocrazy Gear 22 days ago

      You are a jerk, that is his opinion. It’s a good movie, not a good Batman movie.

  • Joshua Grissom
    Joshua Grissom 22 days ago

    You simply suck

  • Cody Reed
    Cody Reed 22 days ago

    Nice evil dead bit at the end

  • big weld
    big weld 23 days ago

    Hey, you CAN like a movie

  • carlitos puruncajas
    carlitos puruncajas 23 days ago

    Batman Returns is 1000% better sequel

  • Daniel Howroyd
    Daniel Howroyd 23 days ago

    Keep up the good work mate.
    I love watching your break downs of movies, and I believe that this "opinion" of yours on Batman 1989 holds plenty of valid points within it...... and if it diddnt.... It's just and opinion.
    You never shit on anyone in the vids I have watched, and in all fairness, youve pointed out some errors in films that i didnt notice because i was too indulged in the movies at the time.
    certain subtle tones that you point out i have missed over and over again because i just love a superhero movie.
    Anyways my friend, loved this vid and many more you have done, keep up the good work.
    Just wondering what your best Batman movie is, based on keeping it as authentic to the character as possible ?

  • Avalon D
    Avalon D 23 days ago +5

    Batman 89 a bad Batman movie? That is your opinion buddy & that's all it is not facts.. I personally found Batman begins boring as crap and the 89 better not going knock dark knight loved that 1

    • Aiky Style
      Aiky Style 19 days ago

      He literally says that it's his opinion.

  • Brandon Krol
    Brandon Krol 23 days ago

    As much as I love this movie, it’s not perfect. No film is. But first, the stuff I like.
    Personally, I like how Bruce Wayne keeps all of his pain inward. I especially like the scene where he grieves for his parents in crime alley. Look at his face. No tears, no dialogue, but you can feel the pain he’s going through.
    Secondly, I don’t think The Joker really needs a motivation as a villain. It’s like what Alfred says in The Dark Knight. “Some people just want to watch the world burn.” In The Dark Knight, The Joker’s motivation is to spread anarchy and chaos, but Nicholson just is anarchy and chaos. He’s just evil for the sake of being evil, and he fucking loves it. That I think is way more messed up than when you give him an actual motivation. The more ambiguous The Joker is, the more mysterious and interesting he is.
    I also don’t have a problem with The Joker being the killer of Batman’s parents. I believe it makes the conflict between them more personal.
    Also the music, and the look of this movie is great.
    Also also, I love the action in this movie.
    And now onto the stuff I don’t like.
    I don’t like how The Joker is focused on more than Batman. I would’ve preferred a Batman movie that delved more into Batman’s psyche and focused on him more.
    I also don’t like how Batman kills people in this movie, and in Batman Returns. What I think could’ve made the twist of Joker killing Batman’s parents better is if Batman didn’t kill, and instead decided to bring him in because if he kills the Joker, he’s no better than him. It’s like in the Killing Joke when Gordon tells Batman to bring Joker in by the book to show him that their way works. I think that would’ve been way better than having Batman kill The Joker.
    Overall, even though this movie isn’t my favourite Batman movie, (Mask of the Phantasm is (if you want to know why, watch the Nostalgia Critic’s video on it)) I do still love this movie.

  • Platypus
    Platypus 24 days ago

    there was an actual ad when he said “until this ad is over”

  • Kermit The Frog
    Kermit The Frog 24 days ago

    I will kill you and everybody you love....