Articles about Batman Returns

A Return Look at the 'Batman Returns' Cast
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Since you've all been wondering what the cast of "Batman Returns" is up to these days, @screencrushnews went and found out
Source: screencrush.com
Added by on 5/23/13
Is it just me, or is Jack a better Joker than Heath?
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Nicholson's Joker is the benchmark by which all comic-book villainy must be judged
Added by on 12/10/12
Christopher Walken Is Borderline Typecast
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A valiant attempt to comparatively rank all of Christopher Walken's psychopathic roles from years past; with many to choose from
Source: www.vulture.com
Added by on 10/11/12
What happened to Tim Burton's career? How did it all go so wrong, so fast?
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What happened to Tim Burton? How did a gifted director whose late-'80s/early-'90s movies coupled a cartoonist's expressiveness with a deeply humane empathy for the socially dispossessed end up a mere journeyman, obliging Hollywood's bottomless hunger for new shit based on old shit?
Added by on 10/5/12
Tim Burton: Michelle Pfeiffer's Catwoman was purr-fection
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Category: Cast & Crew
Tagged: Batman Returns, Tim Burton
Tim Buron has been around, and he talks here about his catwoman, saying, "I don't really go back and look at the movies but her performance in that was one of my favorite performances of anything by anyone in any movie that I've worked on."
Added by on 8/13/12
Michelle Pfeiffer Vs. Anne Hathaway: Who Is The Better Catwoman?
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Category: Analysis
Tagged: Catwoman, Anne Hathaway, Michelle Pfeiffer, Batman Returns
It's hard to imagine two filmmakers more different in style than Tim Burton and Christopher Nolan, yet both tackled a Catwoman tale in their respective Batman ventures. A look at each catwoman and which one is better.
Added by on 7/25/12
Superheroes: Good vs. Evil isn't really much of a theme
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@jeeemerson talks about here are how some superhero movies develop their themes. "The Amazing Spider-Man" touches on the issue of vigilantism, not as seriously as in either Tim Burton's or Christopher Nolan's Batman movies. An analysis here.
Added by on 7/24/12
Great Characters: Batman
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The @blklist analyzes the superhero, as seen in film history.
Added by on 7/23/12
Bone Up On Your Batman
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A @vulture roundup of 46 little-known facts about all the previous Batman films before "Dark Knight Rises"
Source: www.vulture.com
Added by on 7/20/12
Why Bat-Fans Are So Rabid?
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@TheAtlantic asks the question - Who can't relate to at least one version of the caped crusader?
Added by on 7/19/12
Bone Up On Your Batman
Interesting
A @vulture roundup of 46 little-known facts about all the previous Batman films before "Dark Knight Rises"
Source: www.vulture.com
Added by on 7/20/12
A Return Look at the 'Batman Returns' Cast
Interesting
Since you've all been wondering what the cast of "Batman Returns" is up to these days, @screencrushnews went and found out
Source: screencrush.com
Added by on 5/23/13
Tim Burton: Michelle Pfeiffer's Catwoman was purr-fection
Interesting
Category: Cast & Crew
Tagged: Batman Returns, Tim Burton
Tim Buron has been around, and he talks here about his catwoman, saying, "I don't really go back and look at the movies but her performance in that was one of my favorite performances of anything by anyone in any movie that I've worked on."
Added by on 8/13/12
Is it just me, or is Jack a better Joker than Heath?
Interesting
Nicholson's Joker is the benchmark by which all comic-book villainy must be judged
Added by on 12/10/12
Christopher Walken Is Borderline Typecast
Interesting
A valiant attempt to comparatively rank all of Christopher Walken's psychopathic roles from years past; with many to choose from
Source: www.vulture.com
Added by on 10/11/12
What happened to Tim Burton's career? How did it all go so wrong, so fast?
Interesting
What happened to Tim Burton? How did a gifted director whose late-'80s/early-'90s movies coupled a cartoonist's expressiveness with a deeply humane empathy for the socially dispossessed end up a mere journeyman, obliging Hollywood's bottomless hunger for new shit based on old shit?
Added by on 10/5/12
Michelle Pfeiffer Vs. Anne Hathaway: Who Is The Better Catwoman?
Interesting
Category: Analysis
Tagged: Catwoman, Anne Hathaway, Michelle Pfeiffer, Batman Returns
It's hard to imagine two filmmakers more different in style than Tim Burton and Christopher Nolan, yet both tackled a Catwoman tale in their respective Batman ventures. A look at each catwoman and which one is better.
Added by on 7/25/12
Superheroes: Good vs. Evil isn't really much of a theme
Interesting
@jeeemerson talks about here are how some superhero movies develop their themes. "The Amazing Spider-Man" touches on the issue of vigilantism, not as seriously as in either Tim Burton's or Christopher Nolan's Batman movies. An analysis here.
Added by on 7/24/12
Great Characters: Batman
Interesting
The @blklist analyzes the superhero, as seen in film history.
Added by on 7/23/12
Why Bat-Fans Are So Rabid?
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@TheAtlantic asks the question - Who can't relate to at least one version of the caped crusader?
Added by on 7/19/12