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tonyrivers wrote:Schumacher is still directing movies. He's actually directed some really good films...it's just that Batman was something he should have stayed away from. And lest we forget, WB greenlit those Batman films he directed.
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The Batman of Gotham wrote:delgadosaur wrote:
Which is the Burton film where the batmobile climbs the side of the side of the building? lolThat happens in Schumacher's BATMAN FOREVER.- GJS
Which is the Burton film where the batmobile climbs the side of the side of the building? lol
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Gojira wrote:The Batman of Gotham wrote:delgadosaur wrote:
Which is the Burton film where the batmobile climbs the side of the side of the building? lolThat happens in Schumacher's BATMAN FOREVER.- GJS Hey, that scene will always be cool! Logic, physics be damned...there's no point in being grown up if you can't be childish sometimes. (so sayeth the Doctor!)
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delgadosaur wrote:Ugh, I hated this stuff. Gimme the Tumbler any day.
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drmedula wrote:Despite my general dislike of the Burton films, his Bat-vehicles were head-and-shoulders above the others; they were both believable-looking (both the Batmobile and the Batboat were recognisable as being modified versions of real-world vehicles) AND appropriately stylised. (of course, the GADGETS installed in them were absurd, but no more so than a James Bond car).
The Nolan vehicles are utterly graceless (and yes, the "Tumbler" driving along rooftops is every bit as stupid as Schumacher's wall-crawler; Schumacher's actually willing to ACKNOWLEDGE how absurd this sort of thing is- and, as HIS Batmobiles don't leave a constant trail of property damage in their wake, one could even argue they're MORE "realistic", in that at least they're harder to track back to the Batcave!)
Of course, I find MOST of Nolan's take on Batman esthetically displeasing; I'm not crazy about the excesses of the earlier films, but Nolan's films are just DRAB. ( And self-importance is NOT an improvement on camp).
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