History YMMV / BatmanForever

4th Feb '17 2:14:31 PM NWolfman
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* AuthorsSavingThrow: Though held to higher esteem, the Burton movies were criticized over how loose Batman was about [[ThouShaltNotKill not killing his enemies]]. One of the things this movie was praised for was showing Batman being more thoughtful about that, [[HeWhoFightsMonsters as he found himself becoming what he hated]].

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Though held to higher esteem, the Burton movies were criticized over how loose Batman was about [[ThouShaltNotKill not killing his enemies]]. One of the things this movie was praised for was showing Batman being more thoughtful about that, [[HeWhoFightsMonsters as he found himself becoming what he hated]].hated]].
** The depiction of Dick Greyson/Robin is considered to be not only one of the best things about this movie, but one of the best depictions of the character in general, and Chris O'Donnell was praised for his performance as a young man in mourning.
12th Jan '17 12:55:30 AM AlternativeCola
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** The original idea of an African American Robin (with Marlon Wayans playing) for the film when Tim Burton was expected to direct it before Burton was demoted to producer and Wayans replaced by Chris O'Donnell would eventually happen with Duke Thomas in ''ComicBook/WeAreRobin'' storyline and even before, the ''ComicBook/FuturesEnd'' storyline.

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** The original idea of an African American Robin (with Marlon Wayans playing) for the film when Tim Burton was expected to direct it before Burton was demoted to producer and Wayans replaced by Chris O'Donnell would eventually happen with Duke Thomas in ''ComicBook/WeAreRobin'' storyline and even before, the ''ComicBook/FuturesEnd'' ''ComicBook/TheNew52FuturesEnd'' storyline.
12th Jan '17 12:53:46 AM AlternativeCola
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** The original idea of an African American Robin (with Marlon Wayans playing) for the film when Tim Burton was expected to direct it before Burton was demoted to producer and Wayans replaced by Chris O'Donnell would eventually happen with Duke Thomas in the ''ComicBook/RobinWar'' storyline and even before, the ''ComicBook/FuturesEnd'' storyline.

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** The original idea of an African American Robin (with Marlon Wayans playing) for the film when Tim Burton was expected to direct it before Burton was demoted to producer and Wayans replaced by Chris O'Donnell would eventually happen with Duke Thomas in the ''ComicBook/RobinWar'' ''ComicBook/WeAreRobin'' storyline and even before, the ''ComicBook/FuturesEnd'' storyline.
12th Jan '17 12:52:34 AM AlternativeCola
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** The original idea of an African American Robin (with Marlon Wayans playing) for the film when Tim Burton was expected to direct it before Burton was demoted to producer and Wayans replaced by Chris O'Donnell would eventually happen with Duke Thomas in the ''ComicBook/RobinWar'' storyline.

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** The original idea of an African American Robin (with Marlon Wayans playing) for the film when Tim Burton was expected to direct it before Burton was demoted to producer and Wayans replaced by Chris O'Donnell would eventually happen with Duke Thomas in the ''ComicBook/RobinWar'' storyline and even before, the ''ComicBook/FuturesEnd'' storyline.
12th Jan '17 12:50:48 AM AlternativeCola
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* The original idea of an African American Robin (with Marlon Wayans playing) for the film when Tim Burton was expected to direct it before Burton was demoted to producer and Wayans replaced by Chris O'Donnell would eventually happen with Duke Thomas in the ''ComicBook/RobinWar'' storyline.

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* ** The original idea of an African American Robin (with Marlon Wayans playing) for the film when Tim Burton was expected to direct it before Burton was demoted to producer and Wayans replaced by Chris O'Donnell would eventually happen with Duke Thomas in the ''ComicBook/RobinWar'' storyline.
12th Jan '17 12:50:30 AM AlternativeCola
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* The original idea of an African American Robin (with Marlon Wayans playing) for the film when Tim Burton was expected to direct it before Burton was demoted to producer and Wayans replaced by Chris O'Donnell would eventually happen with Duke Thomas in the ''ComicBook/RobinWar'' storyline.
7th Dec '16 6:18:36 AM crazysamaritan
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* TrailerJokeDecay: Batman's "I'll get drive-thru," snark at the beginning of the film would be pretty funny if not for the fact that every trailer AND McDonald's tie-in commercial made use of the line, making it simply eye-rolling (and an obvious attempt at ProductPlacement) by the time anyone actually saw the film.

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* TrailerJokeDecay: Batman's "I'll get drive-thru," snark at the beginning of the film would be pretty funny if not for the fact that every trailer AND McDonald's UsefulNotes/McDonalds tie-in commercial made use of the line, making it simply eye-rolling (and an obvious attempt at ProductPlacement) by the time anyone actually saw the film.
5th Sep '16 12:58:04 PM WillDraco
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** Nygma's dream was to put a green-and-black Box in every home. Six years later, Microsoft's green-and-black XBox console debuted. Coincidence, or a sinister plot to turn gamers into brain-drained zombies? You decide!
30th Jul '16 1:06:32 PM nombretomado
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* SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic: Two particularly memorable singles from the movie, "Hold Me Thrill Me Kiss Me Kill Me" by Music/{{U2}} and "Kiss From A Rose" by Seal (which won him four Grammys, including Song of the Year). Elliot Goldenthal's score [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pexxk6tMKLQ was not too shabby either]], but your mileage may vary as to whether or not it was up to snuff with DannyElfman's music.

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* SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic: Two particularly memorable singles from the movie, "Hold Me Thrill Me Kiss Me Kill Me" by Music/{{U2}} and "Kiss From A Rose" by Seal (which won him four Grammys, including Song of the Year). Elliot Goldenthal's score [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pexxk6tMKLQ was not too shabby either]], but your mileage may vary as to whether or not it was up to snuff with DannyElfman's Creator/DannyElfman's music.
2nd Jul '16 9:44:29 AM Doug86
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*** [[spoiler:He finally gets a happy ending at the end of Christopher Nolan's TheDarkKnightRises, made a little more than a decade later.]]

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*** [[spoiler:He finally gets a happy ending at the end of Christopher Nolan's TheDarkKnightRises, ''Film/TheDarkKnightRises'', made a little more than a decade later.]]
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