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Darker, more violent and macabre, despite still retaining the comic-book vibe, Batman Returns makes for a sequel that's a vast improvement over its predecessor. The Christmas setting makes for a pleasant, gothic appearance, Elfman's score is always fantastic, and DeVito and Michelle Pfeiffer are exceptional. The former is charmingly sleazy and nasty, while the latter NAILED the seductive, sultry aspect of her character.
Like the original, the villains steal the show. Oh, Returns is also one of the horniest comic-book movies I've ever witnessed, holy fuck!
While Nolan's take on Batman is grounded in reality, and Snyder's take is also grounded and fantastical with the other DC heroes, Tim Burton's adaptation is delightfully dark, yet comic-booky and fun. Danny Elfman's iconic score shines, and the production design/look of Gotham City is eye-catching.
Michael Keaton is a great Bruce Wayne/Batman, but it's Jack Nicholson's Joker that steals the show. His performance is twisted and a blast to witness.
I don't think you can go wrong with Joker vibing to Prince, LMAO!
For a Black Widow movie, tell me why fucking Florence Pugh as Yelena Belova, stole the entire show?!
The dramatic moments really shine, with the dark materials relating to how women are treated, while most of the humour fell completely flat (typical MCU stuff, where it sometimes undercut serious moments). The villains are underwhelming (mainly Taskmaster), a 'reveal' became obvious, when I saw a certain actor's name in the opening credits, Balfe's score is okay, but generic (also applies for…