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The one with Adam West. It's truly hilarious.

EDIT - Seriously:




I think Netflix recently added this. I think I'm gonna watch it. I haven't seen it since I was a kid.

The Dark Knight > Batman Begins > the Arkham games > Batman (Burton) > The Dark Knight Rises > Batman Returns > Batman & Robin

everything else is irrelevant

Batman Forever?

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I picked the dark knight rises mainly because of the ending! How dare you make me pick!

Yeah, that was one hell of an ending.

Voted TDK, but my real faves are Mask of the Phantasm and Return Of The Joker.

I loved Mask of the Phantasm. If I seen all the animated films I'd make a poll.

Phantasm was my favorite Batman until Batman Begins.

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The dark knight .

More spelling errors here since I'm at a bar and on a iPhone but...

The dark knight always reminds me of the movie "speed" for some reason. Yea there are loop holes but it's nonstop action!!! Once a movie starts to slow down its hard to pick back up by me. I liked the new bond movie but the end was ssssllllowww. I'm not saying dark knight is perfect .. Or the movie speed . But movies with never a dull moment are better then a movie like godfather 2 IMO .

Batman begins was good but fuck the scarecrow . Leon Nelson was cool though. And the the back story was cool. And the 1st part where he was fighting crime was cool also. The end was kinda dull though . Besides the metro link train crash.

Dark knight rises. Biggest problem was no joker. Biggest problem with that was the guy that played him died irl! So no way to fix that. Bane was pretty fucking cool! The opposite of the joker. Again loop holes, but a lot of fun!

The 89 batman rules. 1st movie I ever watch on blue ray ! I think ledger was the better joker , but it's not like jack didn't fucking rule! The movie has the 80s feel to it and it rules.

Batman forever was gay , but it's not like it's the wrost thing on the earth . I'll watch it if it's on. I guess it was gonna pick up where batman returns left off and cat woman was gonna make a cameo but burton said no to making it and every one else said no. Honestly not the wrost movie ever made. And the fucking seal song still plays on the radio.

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Joel Schumacher was going to make a darker film set in 1999 but the project was cancelled. He really wanted to redeem the series for the abortion that was Batman & Robin.

Say what you want about Batman Forever, it was thrilling to see it as a kid.

I enjoyed it . And honestly Val kilmer was the perfect batman

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Joel Schumacher was going to make a darker film set in 1999 but the project was cancelled. He really wanted to redeem the series for the abortion that was Batman & Robin.

Say what you want about Batman Forever, it was thrilling to see it as a kid.

IIRC it was going to be called Batman: DarKnight and Man-Bat was going to be (one of) the bad guys.

Actually I found this.

Batman Triumphant

During the filming of Batman & Robin, Warner Bros. was impressed with the dailies. This prompted them to immediately hire Joel Schumacher to return as director for a sequel, but writer Akiva Goldsman, who worked on Batman Forever and Batman & Robin with Schumacher, turned down the chance to write the script.[36] In late 1996, Warner Bros. and Schumacher hired Mark Protosevich to write the script for a fifth Batman film. A projected mid-1999 release date was announced.[42] Titled Batman Triumphant, Protosevich's script had the Scarecrow as the main villain, and he was set to be played by Radio Talk Show host Howard Stern. The Joker would return as a hallucination in Batman's mind caused by the Scarecrow's fear toxin. Harley Quinn appeared as a supporting character, written as the Joker's daughter trying to get revenge on Batman for the Joker's death.[43] With Quinn, Mad Hatter appeared also as a supporting character, written with a similar story of Edward Nygma in Batman Forever.[44] George Clooney, Chris O'Donnell and Alicia Silverstone were set to reprise the roles of Batman, Robin, and Batgirl.[45] However, when Batman & Robin received negative reviews and failed to outgross any of its predecessors, Warner Bros. was unsure of their plans for Batman Triumphant. The studio decided it was best to consider a live-action Batman Beyond film and an adaptation of Frank Miller's Batman: Year One. Warner Bros. would then greenlight whichever idea suited them the most.[46] Schumacher felt he "owe[d] the Batman culture a real Batman movie. I would go back to the basics and make a dark portrayal of the Dark Knight."[47] He approached Warner Bros. to do Batman: Year One in mid-1998.[47]

Batman: DarKnight

Despite Warner Bros. and Schumacher's interest with Year One, Lee Shapiro, a comic book fan, and Stephen Wise pitched the studio with a script titled Batman: DarKnight in mid-1998. DarKnight had Bruce Wayne giving up his crime fighting career, and Dick Grayson attending Gotham University.[48] Dr. Jonathan Crane uses his position as professor of psychology at Gotham University and as head psychiatrist at Arkham Asylum to conduct his experiments into fear (this element would later appear in Batman Begins). During a vengeful confrontation with a colleague, Dr. Kirk Langstrom, Crane unknowingly initiates Kirk's transformation into the creature known as Man-Bat. Citizens of Gotham believe Man-Bat's nightly activities to be Batman's "bloodthirsty" return. Bruce becomes Batman "to clear his name," and solve the mystery of Man-Bat.[48] Kirk struggles with his "man-vs.-monster" syndrome, as he longs to both reunite with his wife and get revenge on Crane, while Crane exacts revenge on those responsible for his dismissal from both Arkham and the university while encountering truths about his past. Warner Bros. decided not to move forward with the project, and passed on Batman: DarKnight in favor of Year One and Batman Beyond.[48]

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