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Batman ( 1989 United States)

Blooming out of the mind of oddball director Tim Burton, this Batman version was one of the first films to introduce the general public to the darker and more psychologically complex world of comic book super-heroes that had replaced the wholesome, square-jawed, morally correct characters of the 1940s and 50s. 705 more words


As Good As It Gets and the Dinner Confession Moment

The One-Line Summary: Melvin Udall (Jack Nicholson) an eccentric, reclusive, germaphobic, obsessive-compulsive, bigoted, misanthrope, has just about everything in his life flipped upside down when his homosexual neighbor is badly injured and needs for Udall to house his dog, though that is nothing compared to the emotions he’s feeling about a lovely waitress named Carol ( 502 more words

Z: The Films

"All is Well in Gotham City" - the Batman Album

I finally listened to the “Batman” soundtrack by Prince. I didn’t think I would enjoy it, but I did! As I mentioned last week, I really like “The Future” and “Trust.” 184 more words



Psych-Out is a 1968 psychedelic drama directed by Richard Rush, and Richard rushed to get the movie made in time to cash in on the Summer of Love. 313 more words


Batman Retrospective: Revisiting Batman (1989)

Logine: Batman must put a stop to the Joker’s reign of terror on Gotham City.

Review: “Did you ever dance with the devil in the pale of moonlight?”  Tim Burton’s  363 more words