Batman and Robin Movie Review 1997

Information and Film Reviews for Batman and Robin the Movie

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3.0 4.0 from 1 reviews

Includes lots of flash but, as usual, not much substance in this fourth adventure, which features a less angst-ridden caped crusader in the charming persona of Clooney. O'Donnell, who apparently knows a good gig when he's got one, returns as Robin. They must battle evil industrialist, Mr. Freeze (an impressively costumed Schwarzenegger), and his partner-with-the-deady-kiss (but what a way to go!), Poison Ivy (Thurman), who have plans to freeze Gotham City. Our heroes have some additional help in the person of Batgirl (Silverstone), who's now butler Alfred's (Gough) niece (she was Commissioner Gordon's daughter in the comics). Story's simplified but the secondary characters still get lost in the crowd. Director Schumacher's already agreed to helm a fifth film, but don't hold your breath since he succeeded in doing the impossible: killing the franchise.


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Available on VHS, DVD
Running time 125 minutes.

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Joel Schumacher, Akiva Goldsman
George Clooney, Chris O'Donnell, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Uma Thurman, Alicia Silverstone, Michael Gough, Pat Hingle, John Glover, Elle Macpherson, Vivica A. Fox, Vendela Thommessen, Jeep Swenson
Stephen Goldblatt
Joel Schumacher
Elliot Goldenthal
Peter MacGregor-Scott, Benjamin Melnicker, Michael Uslan, Warner Bros.


Golden Raspberries 1997: Worst Support. Actress (Silverstone).

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