I agree with Franklin completely except for disliking Keaton's Batman and Bruce Wayne. Keeping in mind the fact that monstor fan man Tim Burton made the movie, I just saw that scene in Vicky's appartment as a whole set up by Bruce to get himself and Vicky out of the present danger, so he could have time to regroup and/or suit up.
I also didn't like the whole guns and missles thing in Batman89, but again, thinking in the mind of Tim Burton, and the fact that those violent events caused by Bruce happened just after he found out that The Joker was the one who killed his parents I guess it can be excused.
I don't accept much of the second movie at all, because yes dark and grim is Batman, but those two movies (moreso the second) depicted him as some bat-monstor, instead of a bat-man. For example, the first movie where Batman attacks the two hoodlums in the beginning, gets shot, then rises up and spreads his cape. It was cool, but it wasn't the intelligent, slick dectective that we know and love from Mask of The Phantasm.
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