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Discussion in 'Batman World' started by Thread Manager, Sep 3, 2015.
You don't think she's hot?
I'll always prefer B&R over Forever.
I actually saw Alicia Silverstone at a book signing at a Vroman's about ten years ago. She was smiling and i about melted in place. I first saw her in her film The Crush when I was like 13, and I had a crush on her throughout the mid 90s.
To me , she always seemed like the typical Southern California girl ,so even though she wasn't great in B&R, i'll always have a soft spot in my heart for her I guess.
Pretty cool video that popped up in my recommended. One of the screen used Robin suits still in great condition!
Moments like these remind me that this guy is an underrated Batman and Bruce Wayne.
I thought Howard Stern was going to be Scarecrow. He looks more the part.
Wait nah, weren't they also eyeing Marilyn Manson for that role?
**** just gets deeper and deeper
Joel Schumacher, Director of Batman Films and ‘Lost Boys,’ Dies at 80
I was just thinking about Batman Forever this morning, too. Same with The Lost Boys, as that's one of my favorite vampire films. I didn't even know that the man was 80. Tragic loss.
RIP Joel Schumacher. Please note that whenever I made fun of Batman & Robin, I did so out of fun rather that any bitterness. Still a crappy movie but I like to think we’ve moved on from stupid Nostalgia Critic-esque behavior.
Phone Booth was amazing.
I find it funny that folks are now trying to admit they've liked Batman Forever, but for reason Batman & Robin is still a step too far. lol
If you accept Batman and Robin as a pure camp movie, it’s actually enjoyable.
It's always sad when someone passes away.
Even someone who made one of the most infamous Superhero films of all time.
I'm probably really unusual in this but I did first watch Batman Forever at 5 or 6, Batman & Robin not until (aside from the end on TV) 14 or 15, so hugely different reactions, with nostalgia just for the first. But even B&R did have some good and some OK elements.