On this week’s Batman Super-Spectacular, we rank all nine of the theatrically released Batman films! That means the 60’s Batman: The Movie, the Tim Burton/Joel Schumacher quartet, and Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight trilogy, plus the animated Mask of the Phantasm.
Our panel of Bat-experts decides the best Batman movie and the worst Batman movie. We also decide the best & worst Batman actor and the best & worst Bruce Wayne actor (and they’re not necessarily the same!). And…find out which Batman movie taught Richard about the existence of the United Nations!
Also mentioned in this episode is the always hilarious Bat Labels Twitter account.
We make fun of a lot of people on ALL MY FRIENDS ARE RIGHT HERE, but that’s not always fair. Most of our much-maligned creators have done good work. And on this episode, we’re going to find the BEST OF THE WORST!
What’s the best Joel Schumacher film? What’s the best Limp Bizkit song? Why are all of Kia’s friends talking about “50 First Dates”?
Also, what “Full House” characters correspond to the characters in “Hamlet”?
Correction: I said Ben Affleck gave Matt Damon “Bourne Identity” because he had just made an amnesiac thriller. It was actually the opposite. Damon had just done “Bourne Identity” and was offered “Paycheck” soon afterwards. Damon recommended Affleck take “Paycheck”.