Re: Michael Keaton Appreciation Thread
Originally Posted by DocLathropBrown
On a lighter note: I saw B89 in a local theater today for a flashback screening. A real 35mm print.... I won't recount my full feelings here (Wayyyyy too much to say), but I can tell you I nearly died of enjoyment. That says it all. Keaton, more than ever, made me believe in Batman. My hero was brought completely to life. This was my first time seeing it on the big screen, and my first good live-action theatrical Batman experience. My last too I think, at the rate the new films are going....
very cool. I would love to see 89 in the theatre again. It was my most memorable movie experience.
"You can lock it up, burn it,and bury it, and pray that it dies. But it never does. It just....rests awhile."