Originally Posted by SuperFerret
Those are still some of the best scenes in any Batman film to date. Not before nor since has the love and bond between Bruce and Alfred been that apparent.
True. Clooney's Bruce Wayne is arguably the best, alongside Keaton in B89, IMO. Clooney's Bruce Wayne isn't the tormented, brooding man tha he was in B89 to BF. He finally let go of his parents death and had a purpose to the suit. So I don't get the criticism that he should have acted like Keaton or Kilmer. His Batman is the worst, though. By far.