Batman & Robin Reviews

  • 4d ago

    Boa direção e produção, mas de resto...

    Boa direção e produção, mas de resto...

  • 4d ago

    Terrible is not a strong enough word to describe not only the worst superhero movie, but one of the worst movies in any genre of film history

    Terrible is not a strong enough word to describe not only the worst superhero movie, but one of the worst movies in any genre of film history

  • 5d ago

    Jesus Christ, THAT WAS THE WORST MOVIE I'VE EVER SEEN

    Jesus Christ, THAT WAS THE WORST MOVIE I'VE EVER SEEN

  • 6d ago

    the one of the worst and most boring Superhero films of all-time. it contains the worst batman actor, some even more cringey moments, sloppy action and a boring plot.

    the one of the worst and most boring Superhero films of all-time. it contains the worst batman actor, some even more cringey moments, sloppy action and a boring plot.

  • Jan 12, 2021

    The only reason why the movie and its tone existed along with Batman Forever was that so Warner Bros. would make it lighthearted and appealing to kids and sell toys. While the premise of Batman and Robin going up against Poison Ivy and Mr. Freeze sounded very original, it was sadly ruined with a horrible execution that essentially turned the original Batman film series into a dead horse. Unbelievably bad one-liners and puns from Arnold Schwarzenegger's Mr. Freeze. Chris O'Donnell's acting is that of a spoiled brat and all-around moron, and his character Robin spends most of his screen-time whining and complaining. Blatant disregard for physics (i.e. characters being able to safely jump from dangerous heights). Several plot holes and inconsistencies, including but not limited to: Somehow, Mr. Freeze can smoke a cigarette, which goes against the state of his altered biology. Mr. Freeze and Poison Ivy do not seem very compatible as partners because he wants to freeze the world and she wants plants to roam the world. Plants cannot survive in freezing temperatures. Ms. B. Haven shows no ill effects from wearing a skimpy outfit in Freeze's frozen hideout. After Mr. Freeze takes out two vials with blue liquid in them, we see that they fit perfectly into Alfred's IV stand in the Wayne Manor... unless they were both made by Wayne Enterprises, it's not possible to fit it in the IV stand that perfectly. Countless amounts of product placement, such as the Apple (Mac) computers. Very poor acting on everyone's part, especially George Clooney in his performance as Batman. The villains are not as good as they were in the comics books for many reasons: Bane is portrayed as being incredibly dim-witted in stark contrast to his comic book counterpart, who has genius-level intellect. The first two films had a very dark and serious tone, and while the third film was a bit light-hearted, it had its dark moments as well. This film, however, is way too colorful and has a campy, almost Adam West TV series style. In fact, the whole movie feels more like a feature-length toy commercial than an actual Batman movie. Not to mention, a cartoon sound effect can appear when a fighting scene happens. Batman himself, despite being very rich, still has... a Bat credit card! who should never leave the cave without it. (He first had it in Batman Forever, but still). Numerous unnecessary homoerotic innuendos, like the camera zooming in on everyone's buttocks and crotches during the opening sequence, and as well as Batgirl's suiting-up sequences showing her breasts and buttocks as well (there is an interesting theory that they are in the film due to Joel Schumacher being homosexual). Most of the Batman fans thought that George Clooney made a poor Batman, and Clooney himself even admitted that he despised playing Batman. Years after starring in this film, he refuses to talk to people about how awful he felt playing Batman and most people don't blame him for being unhappy about it. There are numerous moments that make the movie feel like unintentional comedy. Poison Ivy's origin story copies Selina Kyle's backstory from Batman Returns, as both backstories involve a shy scientist discovering her boss' evil plans and he tries to kill her, but she revives and transforms into a villain. Batgirl barely contributes to the plot, and thus there is no need for her to be in the movie. Pointless subplots such as Barbara's motorcycling hobby, Alfred's sickness, and Wayne's plans with his girlfriend. On the topic of Wayne's girlfriend, she is bland, underdeveloped, and even unnecessary.

    The only reason why the movie and its tone existed along with Batman Forever was that so Warner Bros. would make it lighthearted and appealing to kids and sell toys. While the premise of Batman and Robin going up against Poison Ivy and Mr. Freeze sounded very original, it was sadly ruined with a horrible execution that essentially turned the original Batman film series into a dead horse. Unbelievably bad one-liners and puns from Arnold Schwarzenegger's Mr. Freeze. Chris O'Donnell's acting is that of a spoiled brat and all-around moron, and his character Robin spends most of his screen-time whining and complaining. Blatant disregard for physics (i.e. characters being able to safely jump from dangerous heights). Several plot holes and inconsistencies, including but not limited to: Somehow, Mr. Freeze can smoke a cigarette, which goes against the state of his altered biology. Mr. Freeze and Poison Ivy do not seem very compatible as partners because he wants to freeze the world and she wants plants to roam the world. Plants cannot survive in freezing temperatures. Ms. B. Haven shows no ill effects from wearing a skimpy outfit in Freeze's frozen hideout. After Mr. Freeze takes out two vials with blue liquid in them, we see that they fit perfectly into Alfred's IV stand in the Wayne Manor... unless they were both made by Wayne Enterprises, it's not possible to fit it in the IV stand that perfectly. Countless amounts of product placement, such as the Apple (Mac) computers. Very poor acting on everyone's part, especially George Clooney in his performance as Batman. The villains are not as good as they were in the comics books for many reasons: Bane is portrayed as being incredibly dim-witted in stark contrast to his comic book counterpart, who has genius-level intellect. The first two films had a very dark and serious tone, and while the third film was a bit light-hearted, it had its dark moments as well. This film, however, is way too colorful and has a campy, almost Adam West TV series style. In fact, the whole movie feels more like a feature-length toy commercial than an actual Batman movie. Not to mention, a cartoon sound effect can appear when a fighting scene happens. Batman himself, despite being very rich, still has... a Bat credit card! who should never leave the cave without it. (He first had it in Batman Forever, but still). Numerous unnecessary homoerotic innuendos, like the camera zooming in on everyone's buttocks and crotches during the opening sequence, and as well as Batgirl's suiting-up sequences showing her breasts and buttocks as well (there is an interesting theory that they are in the film due to Joel Schumacher being homosexual). Most of the Batman fans thought that George Clooney made a poor Batman, and Clooney himself even admitted that he despised playing Batman. Years after starring in this film, he refuses to talk to people about how awful he felt playing Batman and most people don't blame him for being unhappy about it. There are numerous moments that make the movie feel like unintentional comedy. Poison Ivy's origin story copies Selina Kyle's backstory from Batman Returns, as both backstories involve a shy scientist discovering her boss' evil plans and he tries to kill her, but she revives and transforms into a villain. Batgirl barely contributes to the plot, and thus there is no need for her to be in the movie. Pointless subplots such as Barbara's motorcycling hobby, Alfred's sickness, and Wayne's plans with his girlfriend. On the topic of Wayne's girlfriend, she is bland, underdeveloped, and even unnecessary.

  • Jan 11, 2021

    Despite all the Grade A actors this movie wasn't bearable and not to the tone of Batman

    Despite all the Grade A actors this movie wasn't bearable and not to the tone of Batman

  • Jan 04, 2021

    By no means a great Batman movie. However it is better than Batman Forever. You can at least laugh at how ridiculous this movie is and there are some good moments. The pacing is also pretty good. Can't really say that about Forever. George Clooney was certainly better than Val Kilmer was. He's no Michael Keaton or Christian Bale but he's certainly not the worst Batman. Mr.Frieze and Poison Ivy are infectiously fun to watch as they ham it up in a delightful way.

    By no means a great Batman movie. However it is better than Batman Forever. You can at least laugh at how ridiculous this movie is and there are some good moments. The pacing is also pretty good. Can't really say that about Forever. George Clooney was certainly better than Val Kilmer was. He's no Michael Keaton or Christian Bale but he's certainly not the worst Batman. Mr.Frieze and Poison Ivy are infectiously fun to watch as they ham it up in a delightful way.

  • Dec 30, 2020

    Everything about this movie is just pure garbage to the costumes , to the story to the acting all of it was just a total disaster. The only best thing about this is it helped make Batman begins a movie in 2005

    Everything about this movie is just pure garbage to the costumes , to the story to the acting all of it was just a total disaster. The only best thing about this is it helped make Batman begins a movie in 2005

  • Dec 28, 2020

    Nipples on Batsuits need I say more!

    Nipples on Batsuits need I say more!

  • Dec 24, 2020

    Horrible disaster! I don't know what they were thinking of this movie, but it absolutely doesn't work. The ice puns, the Bat nipples. Why would they repeat the same mistake?! They already knew that people hated the Bat nipples! And also this film was made for merchandising for kids, but the close up shots on Bat nipples, butts, boobs?! How is this film good for kids?! The worst Batman movie ever!!! George Clooney is not fit to play Batman. He may be a good actor, but the role of Batman is not made for him. I don't know what the casting director was thinking when he cast George Clooney as Batman.

    Horrible disaster! I don't know what they were thinking of this movie, but it absolutely doesn't work. The ice puns, the Bat nipples. Why would they repeat the same mistake?! They already knew that people hated the Bat nipples! And also this film was made for merchandising for kids, but the close up shots on Bat nipples, butts, boobs?! How is this film good for kids?! The worst Batman movie ever!!! George Clooney is not fit to play Batman. He may be a good actor, but the role of Batman is not made for him. I don't know what the casting director was thinking when he cast George Clooney as Batman.