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Discussion in 'Batman World' started by Soundwave88, Apr 10, 2006.
Who could stop laughing and thinking thank god they didn't put them in the movie? Like the big BAT?
I'm glad they didn't put Batman going into the hairdresser's but I would like to have seen the beginning with Dr. Burton and Two face's flight at Arkham.
I got the box set in December and I still haven't watched the deleted scenes. I've got to watch them sometime.
actually... i liked the bat scene...
i mean, it doesnt look great by todays standards but i guess you didnt think about that.
Its the scene the whole film was built apon and no i didnt laugh a bit at that its not funny at all..
I liked Two Face escaping Arkham scene.
The giant Bat-scene was VERY powerful until the giant bat came.(If it wasn't for that) It could have easily been one of the best scenes especially with Bruce finding out that his parents' murdering was his fault(alot like in Begins). It explains how Thomas and Martha wanted to stay home that night but Bruce wanted to go see Zorro instead. Then came the giant gay red eyed bat who looked superfake.
No, it wasn't his fault! Bruce wanted to see an Animation-Movie, but his parents wanted to see the new Zorro-Movie.
Yeah, the giant bat could have been great if done better, the dialogue was pretty good and that scene is the basis for the whole film.
The hairdresser scene was ridiculous, thank God that wasn't in there...........
Come on, the giant bat wasn't even a finished scene. Obviously it would be enhanced with CGI.
Hey, where i can see 'em?
Buy Special Edition of four movies.
and heads up....looks bad! lol
It basically looks like a giant Muppet.
I half expected The Muppet Show theme song to suddenly start playing.
I think Joel Schumacher would like that.
Heck, he proberbaly would have had Fozzie Bear playing Batman in the fifth movie.
Well, obviously it wouldn't have looked like that in the finished film.........
"Heeeeeeere's BATMAN! YAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAYYYY!!!"
The hairdresser scene was so stupid. Thank goodness Schumacher didn't put that in. *Sigh of relief*
Agreed. I hate that scene.
Could someone explain the hairdresser scene? This sounds simply horrible - but it sounds like it'd be certainly up Schumacher's alley.
I don't even remember looking at the hairdresser scene. I'll check it out sometime when I feel like popping in BF.
I can't stop laughing at your post right now. The big bat scene is thematically one of the msot, if not the most interesting scene in the movie, and it's a really great and powerful one.