Solo wrote:Julie Newmar made the hottest Catwoman ever.
Bale has done the best job portraying him in any movie
Lastly, Burton's Batmobile puts the rest to shame. Sorry Tumbler, you're cool and all, but no where near as classy.
JeddtheJedi wrote:I think that the Batmobile of the Burton films was a little too showy, its turbo engine blazing even at 20 miles an hour
Flynn wrote:Am I the only one that likes the Burton films?
Solo wrote:Lastly, Burton's Batmobile puts the rest to shame. Sorry Tumbler, you're cool and all, but no where near as classy.
Chosen One wrote:But yeah, hands down, Burton's Batmobile wins it at this stage. But the Tumbler still beats that glow in the dark job of the Schumacher films.
Azaghal wrote:I gotta agree that the Burton Batmobile was by far the best. I also found something appealing in the slightly weird Gotham of the earlier films that the ultrarealistic Dark Knight doesn't quite capture...
Logan wrote:Not only is Burton's Batmobile (mind you, not that separating nonsense from Batman Returns, but the first..) the epitome of comic-meets-reality design, but think to the scenes in the film showing the scale and scope of Gotham City. It's realistic architecture expanded comically. By that, meaning that it looks both realistic and wholly exaggerated all at the same time. Burton's vision is still ahead of its time.
Jedd the Jedi wrote:As for the appearance of Gotham City, I do have to agree that there is something oddly appealing about Anton Furst''s neo-gothic, New York-on-steroids look.
Jedd the Jedi wrote:Everyone loves Michael Keaton and I'll give him credit for the performance, but when he was out of the suit I just didn't buy it. Bruce Wayne has never been a skinny nerd or socially-inept geek, always a charming, handsome, debonair playboy, so that's one aspect I didn't like.
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