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23rd Aug '16 5:42:26 PM nombretomado
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*** Becomes funnier when you consider the Riddler is also AceVentura.

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*** Becomes funnier when you consider the Riddler is also AceVentura.Film/AceVentura.
23rd Aug '16 5:06:24 AM DrakeClawfang
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* The Riddler deserves serious props for having the gall to shine a ''Riddler signal'' across the sky, creating a giant question mark over Gotham with a green-tinted Batsignal as the period.
19th Aug '16 11:36:55 AM AlienPatch
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** See, all of this is why I think Jim Carrey would make an amazing Joker...
* Batman saving both Robin and his love interest at the end. After spending the film questioning his dual identity, he fully embraces it and explains to the Riddler that he's Batman ''and'' Bruce Wayne. This simple answer that the Riddler just doesn't get pushes him over the edge, as we see in the next scene.



* The final confrontation on Claw Island has two fantastic moments. Riddler flat-out tells Batman that saving both Chase and Robin is impossible. Even Bruce comes to the same conclusion, that the entire set-up is a death-trap designed so that none of them could escape. So what does Bruce do? ''He saves them both''.

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* The final confrontation on Claw Island has two fantastic moments. Riddler flat-out tells Batman that saving both Chase and Robin is impossible. Even Bruce comes to the same conclusion, that the entire set-up is a death-trap designed so that none of them could escape. So what does Bruce do? ''He saves them both''. After spending the film questioning his dual identity, he fully embraces it and explains to the Riddler that he's Batman ''and'' Bruce Wayne. This simple answer that the Riddler just doesn't get pushes him over the edge, as we see in the next scene.
16th Jul '16 4:47:32 PM FordPrefect
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* The first few minutes are pretty suspensful and feel like a serious Batman movie with some comic booky element. Awesome opening credits, Batman gears up and rolls out, introduction of the situation and potential love interest, Two-Face gives a very nice monologue...Then it ends somewhere with Two-Face's nasty side revealed and Batman jumping from the elevator.

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* The first few minutes are pretty suspensful suspenseful and feel like a serious Batman movie with some comic booky element.elements. Awesome opening credits, Batman gears up and rolls out, introduction of the situation and potential love interest, Two-Face gives a very nice monologue...Then it ends somewhere with Two-Face's nasty side revealed and Batman jumping from the elevator.
9th Apr '16 3:10:40 PM Totin0sthepizzaB0y
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* Watch Jim Carrey's impressive cane-twirling and how much time throughout the movie he does it. Clearly, he dedicated quite a bit of time to get all that down (reportedly, he made quite a mess in his trailer practicing throughout the shoot and once accidentally clobbered Tommy Lee Jones in the family jewels).

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* Watch Jim Carrey's impressive cane-twirling and how much time throughout the movie he does it. Clearly, he dedicated quite a bit of time to get all that down (reportedly, he made quite a mess in his trailer practicing throughout the shoot and once accidentally clobbered Tommy Lee Jones in the family jewels).jewels).
* For all of the stupid things this movie does, its final shot of Batman and Robin charging towards the camera in shadow with the bat signal shining behind them and the triumphant music playing makes for a truly badass ending.
1st Apr '16 4:30:06 PM HarryLovesHermione
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* Watch Jim Carrey's impressive cane-twirling and how much time throughout the movie he does it. Clearly, he dedicated quite a bit of time to get all that down (reportedly, he made quite a mess in his trailer practicing throughout the shoot and once accidentally clobbered Tommy Lee Jones in the family jewels).
2nd Jan '15 4:35:19 AM zordboy
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** There's another moment immediately after saving Chase and Robin. The two heroes climb onto the girder and untie Dr Meridian when Two-Face appears with his gun aimed squarely for them. Bruce's first instinctive action is to step away onto a second girder, putting distance between himself, and Chase and Robin.

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** There's another moment immediately after saving Chase and Robin. The two heroes climb onto the girder and untie Dr Meridian when Two-Face appears with his climbs down to ambush them. With Two-Face's gun aimed squarely for them. Batman, Bruce's first instinctive action is to step away onto a second girder, drawing Two-Face's aim and putting distance between himself, and Chase and Robin.
2nd Jan '15 4:33:50 AM zordboy
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* The final confrontation on Claw Island has two fantastic moments. Riddler flat-out tells Batman that saving both Chase and Robin is impossible. Even Bruce comes to the same conclusion, that the entire set-up is a death-trap designed so that none of them could escape. So what does Bruce do? ''He saves them both''.
** There's another moment immediately after saving Chase and Robin. The two heroes climb onto the girder and untie Dr Meridian when Two-Face appears with his gun aimed squarely for them. Bruce's first instinctive action is to step away onto a second girder, putting distance between himself, and Chase and Robin.
2nd May '14 3:20:03 PM TitoMosquito
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* "Look Bruce, I'm part of this whether you like it or not!"
14th Mar '13 10:21:29 PM JudeDeluca
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'''Riddler:''' Ooooh! Let me try! All right... ball my fist...\\

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'''Riddler:''' Ooooh! That looks like fun! Let me try! try LET ME TRY!! All right... ball my fist...\\



'''Riddler:''' Yentrance was good, his was better. (Batmann starts beating up mooks) The difference? Showmanship!

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'''Riddler:''' Yentrance Your entrance was good, his was better. (Batmann starts beating up mooks) The difference? Showmanship!



** "No! Don't kill him! If we kill him, he won't learn nothin'."

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** "No! "NO! Don't kill him! him. If we you kill him, he you won't learn nothin'."
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