This was requested by Marckenne. Batman & Robin is a 1997 American superhero film directed by Joel Schumacher. Based on the DC Comics character Batman, the film is a sequel to Batman Forever (1995), with George Clooney replacing Val Kilmer as Batman. Batman & Robin also stars Arnold Schwarzenegger, Uma Thurman, Chris O’Donnell, Alicia Silverstone, and Michael Gough. The film tells the story of Batman and Robin struggling to keep their partnership together while trying to stop Mr. Freeze, Poison Ivy and Bane from covering Gotham City with ice and vegetation. Development for Batman & Robin started immediately after Batman Forever, and Warner Bros. commissioned the film for an adamant June 1997 release. Principal photography began in September 1996 and finished in January 1997, two weeks ahead of the shooting schedule. Batman & Robin was released on June 20, 1997, and was critically panned. Observers criticized the film for its toyetic and camp approach, as well as possible homosexual innuendo added by Schumacher. Batman & Robin received 11 nominations at the 1997 ceremony of the Razzie Awards, including one for Worst Picture, and frequently ranks among the worst superhero films of all time. After this, Warner Bros. canceled the unproduced Batman Triumphant, and the film series was eventually rebooted with Batman Begins (2005) by director Christopher Nolan. The song made for the film, “The End Is the Beginning Is the End” by The Smashing Pumpkins was more successful than the

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    10 Responses to “Batman & Robin (1997) Movie Review aka Rant”

    1. COMEDYKINGno1

      Lawl, as soon as I saw “Batman and Robin” I thought “RANT!” before even reading the rest of the title :P

    2. Fisk4life

      Nice review/rant, but I’d have to say that my fav rant of yours is still “the thing” prequel.

    3. sfighter991

      Good One!
      “Batman & Robin” is a great example of how NOT to adapt a comic book into a movie (same can be said for “Dragonball Evolution). I never quite saw it as the worst, I think “Tank Girl” is 100,000,000x Worst the “Batman & Robin”, but it’s not saying much ya’ know.

    4. mattpocalypse

      I think that maybe if Joel shummacher wasnt the director and the film was directed better maybe George Clooney wouldn’t have been that bad. But still Batman and Robin is easily laughable.

    5. ArkhamKnight84

      Movie review of Batman and Robin: pile of shit sitting a block of ice, a plant and a telescope. Hope you enjoyed the show

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