Gotham City. Crime boss Carl Grissom (Jack Palance) effectively runs the town but there's a new crime fighter in town - Batman (Michael Keaton). Grissom's right-hand man is Jack Napier (Jack Nicholson), a brutal man who is not entirely sane... After falling out between the two Grissom has Napier set up with the Police and Napier falls to his apparent death in a vat of chemicals. However, he soon reappears as The Joker and starts a reign of terror in Gotham City. Meanwhile, reporter Vicki Vale (Kim Basinger) is in the city to do an article on Batman. She soon starts a relationship with Batman's everyday persona, billionaire Bruce Wayne. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Raja P (es) wrote: Mysskin is not good at mixing commercial cinema and his style of film making in Mugamoodi. His usual logical screenplay and sequencing are missing and his attempt to make a super hero is a failure.
Linna R (jp) wrote: Really good movie with excellent actors!
Jason V (us) wrote: Hey, Bari, how do you get your movie poster here on Flixter I wonder?
Mariah H (us) wrote: I love this movie its funny weird And awesome
Filip N (ag) wrote: fairly simple, but most of the time convincing romantic comedy with authentic characters.
laura b (br) wrote: Not very dramatic, took a while to get going. Ok film, not the worst I've ever seen.
Sandeep N (nl) wrote: Intensely claustrophobic, it's nothing but talk in one interior!No one else could have made this! Linklater _/\_
craig p (kr) wrote: Emotional. Great present day Othello though!
Tanner M (ca) wrote: Chucky has been in some epic horror movies. All his previous films are great. One as good as another, then for a fourth one we get this. Bride of Chucky is obviously Chucky and his wife together, but this film is just about Chucky, and his wife taking a car ride, and killing people in ridiculous ways. Like more ridiculous then Friday the 13th. That gives you an idea of how weird this one is compared to the rest.
Andy O (ca) wrote: Contained precisely zero surprises, but was fairly enjoyable...
TJ C (de) wrote: Based on my Curacaon exploits on the beach
Darick T (us) wrote: The is the first Hammer version of Frankenstein I have ever seen, and it's the last they made. The monster isn't really the star in this one. Peter Cushing as Dr. Victor is the most important character. The monster itself isn't very impressive, but there is something unsettling about him. He seems less a man wearing a rubber suit, and more a man wearing the skin of someone else. With his big immovable lips and dark sunken eyes, he would've been wonderful in a silent film. The story is pretty familiar, only in this instance it all takes place within the walls of a lunatic asylum. You quickly start to wonder if some of the inmates aren't more sane than the people running the place. Other than the somewhat distracting nature of the weird monster suit (and even that has its charm) I really enjoyed this movie.
Anne C (au) wrote: One of my favorite movies. Very inspirational. Robert Wagner, as a shell-shocked young soldier, was such a cute young man. Great musical score.
Spencer S (ag) wrote: This has got to be the most depressing movie I have ever seen. Not in a bad way either. Beautiful film, with the stellar grace of Greer Garson and the fumblings of Ronald Colman, it's the most romantic movies that doubles as a tear jerker that I have ever watched.
Paul M (kr) wrote: Surprisingly engaging and the CG animation allows for some cinematic camera movement.
Robert D (nl) wrote: jackson is perfect for the role. a brilliantly made film. good story
Michael W (de) wrote: Stag party takes disastrous turn when a stripper is killed accidentally during the drunken festivities; leaving participants with a moral decision on best way to deal with the problem. What is quickly apparent is that the group is only as strong as its weakest member. Andrew McCarthy stands out amongst a cast full of familiar actors as the shady drug dealing friend.