Michael Keaton, Danny DeVito, Michelle Pfeiffer, Christopher Walken
Tim Burton (Director), Daniel Waters (Screenplay), Daniel Waters (Story), Wesley Strick (Screenplay)
Release: Jun. 19th, 1992
Runtime: 2 hours, 6 minutes
Having defeated the Joker, Batman now faces the Penguin—a warped and deformed individual who is intent on being accepted into Gotham society, with the help of Max Schreck, a crooked businessman, whom he coerces into helping him run for the position of Mayor of Gotham, while they both attempt to frame Batman in a different light. Batman must attempt to clear his name, all while also deciding just what must be done with the mysterious Catwoman...
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I was a little hesitant to watch this after watching the first Batman from 1989; which I gave 5/10. It has just become outdated with The Dark Knight releases. But much to my delight, I was pleasantly ...
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In Gotham City, during the holiday season, a dark fellow named the Penguin comes out of the city's sewers and allies himself with a wealthy, unscrupulous businessman named Schreck...
i ve always found it that a superhero should have a bad ass car, and since i knew about batman since i was a kid i found the design fascinating of the batmobile when i watched the 1989 film and the 19...
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The whole story is like something out of a horror movie with deranged characters, and a very haunted looking Gotham City.