Which is the Worst Batman Movie?

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Which is the Worst Batman Movie?

There have been a lot of Batman movies over the past few decades, but it’s hard to deny that Tim Burton’s 1989 original is one of the best – not just because it starred Michael Keaton as the Caped Crusader, but also for its excellent script by Frank Darabont.

But despite this being arguably Burton’s masterpiece, the director has admitted he was unhappy with much of his work in subsequent films. And now we can add another: Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight Rises.

The story concerns Bruce Wayne (played here by Christian Bale), who has retired from fighting crime and spends his time at home playing casino online and  raising his young son, Damian (played by Gary Oldman). But when the Joker starts releasing deadly gas

There are several Batman movies in the DC comics universe. Some are considered classics and some are complete duds. Which ones are the worst and why?

Which is the Worst Batman Movie?

1. Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice – 2016

This is a movie with two halves. The first half was well-made, but then it all went wrong. Zack Snyder had made an interesting interpretation of DC Comics’ version of Batman, but he didn’t know how to bring it together for the second act.

It’s also important to note that there would have been less controversy surrounding the film if they hadn’t included Lex Luthor as “the other main character.” Let’s just say his name wasn’t pronounced properly when he said it first.

In this article, we explore some of the worst Batman movies that you shouldn’t attempt to even watch while you’re on your robinroo gambling break.

2. Batman Beyond – 1998

Like many fans of the TV show, we loved the concept of bringing Bruce Wayne into the future in hopes of making the world a better place through his actions. But the actual production values were terrible and so were most of the characters.

If you want to see what a bad Bruce Wayne can look like (and since Christian Bale was back as the Caped Crusader in 2019, you do), you should give this one a try…although don’t expect much from Tim Burton’s take on the series, because it really isn’t his style.

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