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wow. This is like asking, who was worse, Idi Amin or Chairman Mao
Gotta vote with the Kidman one. Batman and Robin is possibly the worst film ever made.
I am one of the few people who thinks Batman Forever wasn't incredibly terrible, so this choice was easy.
I've ranked 14,781 movies before finally coming face to face with the Joel Schumacher "Batman" sequels. Of course, it's easy: "Batman Forever" may not be great, but it's stylish fun, and I've always enjoyed it (even preferring it to "Batman Returns").
Well shit, I bloody love Forever. It doesn't matter that & Robin sucks major balls.
I think a part of me died making this decision....
I thought Batman Forever was a fun movie, although it served as nothing more than eye candy. Batman & Robin, on the other hand, took all the fun parts, and pumped it to "annoying".
ugh.... junk vs hmore junk....
easy one. although poison ivi is one of the best characters in a batman movie
I think I would rather fuck a realtive than watch either of these movies.
Batman Forever was by far a better movie, of these two. Although if it wasn't for Jim Carrey AND Tommy Lee Jones, the movie would have twice as dreadful as Batman and Robin. And that's saying something because the 4th one was atrocious. Val Kilmer was far better than George Clooney and THAT is also saying something.
Heh heh. Seriously folks? Seriously? Is ANYTHING worse than Batman & Robin?
batman forever i liked a lot and i thought batman and robin was alright
batman forever was awesome
Both are horrible, but I must go with Batman Forever. It doesn't cross the line of accidental campiness as much.
I'm proud to be the first person to defend Batman & Robin. I think it's adorable, so much fun to watch. How can one not be spellbound by Uma's Poison Ivy? I think it's a lot more fun than the comparatively sedate Batman Forever.
Both these movies focus more on kid's superhero batman than adult detective/ caped crusader batman that is used in the newer movies. The steer towards fantasy instead of what is actually possible with the right equipment. Now yes they were both campy and silly but for that reason alone they were pretty fun. The cheesiness of it was what made it decent. In a way it was trying to put a new spin on the silliness of the Adam West batman series but using a Batman credit card instead of BatShark Repellent . I didn't like the way they went with Bane but I did like the fact that they did have the three heroes batman, robin and batgirl (even though they changed Batgirl's hair colored and made her Alfred's niece instead of the Commissioner's daughter). They kept the sexual tension between batgirl and Robin and they showed off all the "Batvehicles" plus I see George Clooney as a better batman and Bruce Wayne than Val Kilmer
I completely agree with Black Dragon's comments!
I mostly agree with Black Dragon. I think most people hate these two movies because they are linked to the Burton Batman's, which are the complete opposite (although Returns has goofy stuff too...penguins with rockets on their backs, for example). I think Forever is pretty underrated. As the third movie it FINALLY gives us the reason why Bruce wanted to become Batman and why he chose the Bat as a symbol of fear. This gets always overlooked, sadly. Instead, people focus too much on the bat-nipples. Batman and Robin is even more goofy than Forever, dropping even more seriousness and going straight for the cheese and corniness. It's faaaaar from being 'the worst movie ever' but to call it good feels wrong too. Let's say it's an entertaining movie, mostly for the wrong reasons. How 'bout that.
Batman Forever is a good batman film but Batman and Robin is a really, really bad movie.