My review of Tim Burton’s BATMAN RETURNS

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In time for Chris Nolan’s “The Dark Knight Rises” I want to go back and review the four great Batman films.  Tim Burton’s two an Nolan’s first two.   So let’s get started.    (there will be spoilers if you have not seen it already) 

This film was a bit of a hit and miss for me.  While I still loved the visual style and Keaton returns and still owns the role of Batman, the story was much weaker this time around.  Much has to do with the inclusion of the Penguin aka Oswald Cobblepot.  For starters lets take a look at the very beginning of the film and Cobblepot’s origin.  I like the fact he is born with deformities and is different.   But the fact that his parents lock him up in a cage and throw him over a bridge after he kills the cat was a little bit of…

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