Originally Posted by DaveMoral
What's so crazy about where Schumacher went is that he and WB had a perfect example for how to do Batman that was both kid friendly and serious and true to the dark roots of the character, BTAS. It boggles the mind that they not only allowed him to stray so far from the precedent set by Burton(i can understand that given how grotesque Burton was getting) but from BTAS.
Actually, if you're paying attention, the Schumacher films took some of B:TAS
's great ideas (Two-Face being defeated with coins, Mr. Freeze's origin), ripped them off, and shat on them.