Batman: The Movie Reviews
Holy Technicolor, Batman!
Wildly Entertaining all the way - energetic, a colorful kaleidoscopic feast for the eyes featuring the best villains of the live-action 60s TV Series, and a fine tuned, incredibly consistent cast and crew.
The movie amps up beyond the TV Series with some surprisingly elegant cinematography and camera work.
Comic book genius.
No Batman movie since this one has been able to rival the campy shenanigans so consistently as here, although they have certainly tried.
Some really hilarious tongue in cheek surprises sprinkled throughout the script keep things hopping, and just when you think things are going to turn static -
Here comes the fun.
If only there were Oscar Awards for keeping a straight face - I'm thoroughly impressed on however they did it.
Enjoy this, and relish every high camp moment.
And don't forget the Shark Repellent.
5 out of 5 spins in the Batmobile
For real tho this film is awful but it's hilarious to the end of time, holy 50th birthday batman!!!
Based on the extremely popular television series from the 60's, this film centers around Batman and Robin trying to succeed in stopping a plan created by a large team of villains to steal and corrupt a invention that can possibly destroy the world.
Now if you are a fan of the original "Batman" television series from the 60's like me, then you will definitely enjoy this very harmless, short, campy, and overall, fun film.
Honestly, I really liked how this film turned out to be, and I really liked how it tried to be something very different that has not really been tried before, at least in a worldwide release for a film, since the TV show is intensely similar to this film. Overall, I enjoyed it, and I consider it, a good start.