Lunchtime Movie Review

Batman (1989)

Episode #7

Warner Bros released Batman to theaters on June 23, 1989. Tim Burton directed the film starring Michael Keaton, Jack Nicholson, and Kim Basinger.

‘Batman’ Movie Synopsis

Batman starts with a young Bruce Wayne witnessing someone murder his parents. Once grown, Wayne finds himself a millionaire philanthropist who fights crime on the side in Gotham City. Disguised a costumed pseudo-hero dubbed Batman, Wayne secretly strikes fear into the hearts of villains. However, when a deranged clown, who calls himself The Joker, seizes control of Gotham’s criminal underworld, Batman must face his most ruthless nemesis ever; while protecting both his identity and his love interest, a hapless reporter named Vicki Vale.

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Warner Bros released Batman to theaters on June 23, 1989. Tim Burton directs the film which stars Michael Keaton, Jack Nicholson, and Kim Basinger.

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  1. I also had the Batman soundtrack and I do remember the songs not in the movie being better. I remember the merchandise more than anythjng. The t-shirts, the leather necklaces with the bat symbol, fast food toys, etc. I loved the movie as a teenager, but not so much when I revisited it a few years ago. I also for some reason felt it and Batman Returns were more violent than the Nolan Batman movies. Vicki Vale was Billi from Temple of Doom-annoying. And Michelle was dating Michael. Would never put them together. Interesting.

    1. I remember the merchandising very well too. It was everywhere…as was Prince’s Batman soundtrack. You couldn’t escape it.

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