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Dirigido por Tim Burton
Estados Unidos, Reino Unido, 1989
Ação, Fantasia


Gotham City’s caped crusader Batman begins his war on crime with his arch-enemy, the maniacal Joker. A clownish criminal who has seized control of the city’s underworld.

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Batman Dirigido por Tim Burton

Premiações e Festivais

Academy Awards

1990 | Vencedor: Best Art Direction-Set Decoration

BAFTA Awards

1990 | 6 nomeações, incluindo: Best Actor in a Supporting Role

Golden Globes (USA)

1990 | Nomeado: Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical

Chicago Film Critics Association Awards

1990 | 3 nomeações, incluindo: Best Picture

O que as pessas estão dizendo?

  • Addy K.'s rating of the film Batman

    Michael Keaton is a strange Bruce Wayne. He looks confused and he mumbles. His mind is someplace else. That place else: childhood trauma physically manifested in a doppelgänger called...The Batman. All implied without Chris Nolan having Christian Bale shout it! This is Tim Burton's BATMAN. It is the most iconic reinvention by any director, ever. It's cinéma fantastique: mysterious, beautiful, weird. Also, very funny.

  • Ethan's rating of the film Batman

    I'm not the biggest Tim Burton fan but his Batman films were on point. With the feeling of a comic book brought to life mixed with dark humor and the exceptional performance from Jack Nicholson as The Joker, this is a solid Batman film.

  • Nicholas Gregory's rating of the film Batman

    Burton's series is better than Nolan's. He knew he was making trashy films and played them over-the-top, comical, and fun. Nolan goes for a straight-face, but what's the point of being serious when you aren't a good storyteller? Burton's films had a true auteurist visual style, with more narrative momentum, and aren't distorted by generic drama. Each action scene is more imaginative, nor are they bloated in length.

  • Tigrão's rating of the film Batman

    It's interesting to see this film after the Christopher Nolan reboot, because it's as good, but with a different approach. I just love Gotham City with this gothic weird graphic style, visually more interesting than the post-modern design on Begins and Dark Knight.

  • Seth Farmer's rating of the film Batman

    Perhaps the most visually stunning of all superhero films, although Tim Burton's complete ineptitude at shooting action scenes is on full display. Keaton is the best Batman. Elfman's score is legendary.The scene where the Batmobile drives through the concrete wall is as good as movies get.

  • Roscoe's rating of the film Batman

    Probably Burton's single worst film, the one that I have no interest in ever re-visiting. More than made up for by the brilliant BATMAN RETURNS, still far and away the finest Batman film of all.

  • lewis_longshanks's rating of the film Batman

    While their films are different, Burton understood the aesthetics of Gotham, the look of Batman and the character of Bruce Wayne alot better than Nolan. Michael Keaton is convincingly scary as the bat and charming as Wayne, Chris Bale is not, Nicholson's joker has light years more character than Heath Ledger's and Michael Gough's Alfred isn't such the insufferable know-it-all that as Caine's character became.

  • aurkihnowe's rating of the film Batman

    Childhood touchstone...Tim Burton at the top of his game, with a blackly campy Joker (in an inspired turn by Nicholson), the perverse/inspired choice of Prince as soundtrack jockey, and just the right balance between funny and creepy...this (and it's sequel) were the high points for the Batworld before Nolan's "realist" reboot of the franchise...

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