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I liked the Burton ones also...my main complaint in the first Batman he had The Joker kill Bruces parents when Joe Chill actually did
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Beta house, band camp, book of love ....all hilarious. I agree on reunion, it had its moments but nothing like the others
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Give ya the first but the other two
Loved the first and last. 2nd was the worst. Your opinion doesn't matter after those cracks about the whip
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And then there is the brilliant work of Guest and Levy who produced the acclaimed reportorial series of Best In Show, A Mighty Wind, Waiting For Guffman, etc. So profound and deep with meaning. Poignant, tearful....
And, let's not forget, back in the day there was a certain group of sequels each with the name "Debbie" in the title. (cough)
Keaton was good.... But he still made the movie with six foot penguins with missiles on their backs...... Just sayin....
Love the Fast n Furious
Sand hills, Fast n Furious = NYC, Smokey and the Bandit. just a thought.
Not sure if you're discrediting Burton or praising him.
Another one of my favorite scene from Tim Burton's Batman. The Joker, with a trick up his sleeve, faces off against Batman's batwing.
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I have to give it to bond. There are so many actors, directors and styles, and a lot of great ones across the spectrum. Batman is similar, but Nolan's were the only ones that were noteworthy (Burton's were OK) -- late '90s were awful.
Personal favorite is Die Hard. I only really like the original, but that movie is so rad it makes up for the deficiencies of the other four.
How. Dare. You. Burton's Batman movies were dark, edgy and ahead of their time.
I would personally attack if not for your appreciation of the Die Hard franchise. I've always liked to consider The Last Boy Scout an unofficial part of the Die Hard franchise.
Die Hard with a Vengeance was pretty solid IMO. I crack up every time I see McClane in Harlem holding that sign.
I think Nolans Batman were amazing, I also agree Burtons were ahead of its time but still go Nolans
this will make me should like a complete nerd but I really like alot of the Batman Animated movies also
Exactly! Then he karate kind the potion pen into the guys forehead. What's badass ninja!
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