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Batman & Robin Reviews

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½ September 8, 2016
Not enough bat-laughs and bat-fights to make this film any better than bat-crap
September 6, 2016
Even worse casting than Batman Forever cause this film to be a complete and utter flop. This one leaves fans extremely disappointed and probably disregarded completely as a must NOT have film.
½ September 4, 2016
A truly terrible superhero film, up there with Superman IV and Howard the Duck. Get together with friends and gaze in awe at the all-around hilarity of Batman & Robin.

Laughs guaranteed.

Grade: F
½ August 30, 2016
This was a disgrace to Batman, superhero movie, and movies in genereal. If your a little kid who just wants to watch Batman then you shouldn't mind this. If your over the age of 10 then avoid it at all costs.
½ August 29, 2016
120 minutes of face palm.
August 27, 2016
Batman & Robin begins with promise but is ultimately what just might be the worst Batman film to date thanks to the underutilisation of its talented cast, crappy visual effects, action sequences that are never as thrilling as they should be, a campy tone complete with cartoon sound effects which makes the film a joke and inappropriate homosexual/homoerotic innuendo.
August 26, 2016
The ultimate blockbuster cringefest. Terrible one-liners, misguided costuming, overly-sexual set design (I'm not kidding). Uma Thurman is about the only good part, mostly because of how admirably committed she is to an otherwise joke of a movie. In this installment in the first Batman franchise, there's a hockey game between the heroes and Mr. Freeze's mooks, a motorcycle race with nothing to do with the plot, and air surfing. Pay close attention and you can also spot terribly lazy editing and camera work. Easily the most enjoyable Batman film besides '08's Dark Knight.
August 21, 2016
Mediocrely acceptable through the improved delivery with worthy points spoken and the cast has their few occasions to shine with efforts being a little decent, but the campiness is an unlimited mess all over the place in many levels that proved how genuine a bad movie it is, even though it's the most enjoyable bad movie. (B-)

(Full review TBD)
½ August 18, 2016
this deserves nothing
½ August 15, 2016
The worst batman movie ever
August 14, 2016
Killed the Batman franchise until Christopher Nolan came to the rescue in 2005.

The nipples on the Batsuit was a shocker.

A stinker of a movie.
½ August 14, 2016
Cheesy, badly acted and horrible. Batman and Robin derailed the franchise until further notice. Featuring Bat-Credit Cards, Bat-Nipples, stupid ice puns, the fight between Batman and Bane ending with Bane punching a snowman and falling into some boxes, Mr Freeze's awkward switch fetish, Poison Ivy's overacting, George Clooney's stale performance, no wonder anyone involved in this movie publicly apologised for this atrocity. It's one contribution to movies is this, if this movie wasn't so bad, we never would've gotten Batman Begins. Now, if you love roasting this movie, I would suggest checking out Chris Stuckmann and John Flickinger's Hilariocity of this movie
August 14, 2016
Batman & Robin should be considered a classic, by the standard of how many times Arnold's lines have been quoted.
½ August 12, 2016
The worst of the worst
½ August 9, 2016
What is this movie trying to do? Make us laugh? Cry at its stupidity? 0/10. They don't even try to make a good film.
August 9, 2016
Even through its silliness and poor filmmaking, batman and robin manages to cross the finish line in entertaining fashion, even if it stumbles in the process
½ August 1, 2016
Fuck this movie this movie was terrible this was without a doubt the worst super hero movie ever
July 26, 2016
I like Goerge Clooney and Alicia Silverstone. They all did well in there characters. And also Alfred. Its not a bad movie
½ July 25, 2016
This Useless Sequel was Completely Horrendous.
The movie itself looked like Uwe boll directed it.

Score: 0/10
½ July 25, 2016
The problems with this film REALLY stick out. But I need to be honest here for one second. Bane was closer to the comic books than Nolan's Bane.
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