Batman: The Movie (1966)

In honor of the Boston Comic con this weekend, these two will also be at the RI Comic Con in Nov.

Dave Examines Movies


Dave’s 3-Word Review:
Atrocious, but Amazing

When you think about it, really think about it, the character of Batman has come a long way in the last fifty years. It’s actually pretty crazy of how much of an impact each generation of the caped crusader affects us. Without a doubt, there is an element that every version of Batman, including the cartoons, has had that’s been unbelievably memorable every single time. The style has changed a lot, typically from light to dark, but all of them have their positive vibes. Batman: The Movie is where it all started, really, and it is horrible, but at the same time, you just can’t keep your eyes off of it. 

Adam West stars as Batman himself in this very campy rendition of Batman, based off the 1966 TV show. This time around, he and Boy Wonder (Burt Ward) face off against…

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One Response to “Batman: The Movie (1966)”

  1. Thanks for the reblogging love!

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