Beware of 3DTV, because Batman Forever is the Greatest Movie EVER!
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Review in a Nutshell: The beginning of the end for the first series of Batman films, Batman Forever features some eerie set design and cool costuming, but an incomplete narrative and a wildly inconsistent tone tends to drag the film down.
Fire up the Batsignal, because Batman (1989) is the Greatest Movie EVER!
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Review in a Nutshell: Batman (1989) is an uneven, sometimes idiosyncratic film that in some sense set the pattern for later superhero movies, for good or for ill. Although the Nolan films have eclipsed the work of Tim Burton and his cast and crew in the pop culture consciousness, this version of Batman was instrumental in reintroducing the Dark Knight to an entire generation of movie-goers.
Break out the gas cannisters and the net-guns, because The Green Slime is the Greatest Movie EVER!
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Review in a Nutshell: The Green Slime has got giant meteors menacing the Earth, ungodly alien monsters, and leggy fashion models in silver jumpsuits. What more do you want?
This movie contains:
Awful Green Things from Outer Space.
The Somber Thumbs-Up of Victory.