The Batman is available in streaming services and – if possible – includes Dark Knight, even darker than Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight. The Batman is a noir detective story that respects what happened before, while leaving Robert Pattinson’s character free in a different kind of Gotham City.

Let’s rank the latest bat movie against any live Batman movie, plus the colorful and frantic Lego Batman animated film. (Batman rules in every dimension.) Note: We haven’t included other animated films like Mask of the Phantasm and The Killing Joke or 2019 Spinoff Joker without bats.

Warner Bros.

13. Batman and Robin (1997)

This came out when I was 10, and it was the first time I left the theater with the thought, “Oh, movies can be bad“The late, great Joel Schumacher was obviously trying to call Batman’s stupidity out of the ’60s, but completely missed the point with this screaming, overflowing stench – it’s particularly disappointing that Mr. Freese’s tragic background is second only to forget Arnold Schwarzenegger single-line.Instead, watch the episode of the 90’s animated series Heart of Ice.

Sean Keane

12. Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016)

What else did we expect from a film that promised Godzilla against Kong? CGI, visual performance, poor character development and very serious. Tick, tick, tick, tick.

“Jennifer Bisset.”

Warner Bros. Pictures

11. Justice League (2017)

I sincerely feel happy that this is lower than Zack Snyder’s Justice League. After watching both for a few days, I realized why Joss Whedon wanted to weaken the huge cast and complex story of the villains for the theatrical version of 2017. The price? A few lines of exposition here and there, such as “Scout” from space? Like an alien army? Sherlock Bruce has to say that. Great embarrassment.

Jennifer Bisset

20th Century Fox

Batman ’66 is as good or bad as you thought it was on Adam West’s TV show. If phrases like “shark repellent bat spray” make you smile, you’ll probably find the movie funny. But if you think the camp look at the Black Knight is painful and frustrating, expect more of the same here. Personally, I think it’s a fun deviation from the norm to watch Batman frantically run around looking for a safe place to put explosives because, “Some days you just can’t get rid of a bomb.”

Adam Benjamin

HBO Max

9. Zack Snyder’s Justice League (2021)

It is four hours long, devoted itself to a fan campaign and served as an advertisement for HBO Max, but… Did I like Zack Snyder’s Justice League to some extent? Note: I watched the terrifying theatrical version of Joss Whedon days before. And yet, if nothing else – and no, that’s not Batman’s comment – Snyder understands Wonder Woman as an inspiring beacon of strength and power for young girls, not as an eye candy to be shot only from the butt up. As for Ben Affleck’s powerful Batman, he did a great job as a personal assistant coordinating the superpower gods against the army of the bad guys with CGI.

Jennifer Bisset

8. The Dark Knight Rises (2012)

Following Dark Knight would never be an easy task, and The Dark Knight Rises sometimes feels like a victim of its own ambitions. Batman faces Tom Hardy’s most formidable physical enemy in Bane, but the film also digs into the legacy of Bruce’s choice in previous films, not to mention Gotham in a terrible crisis. It’s too much for a movie to juggle, and the plot and characters sometimes stumble. But the most important moments here are the powerful score of Hans Zimmer and Bale’s dedication to the hero’s mission. The Dark Knight Rises is, after all, a fitting ending to Nolan’s trilogy, even if it doesn’t surpass its predecessors.

Adam Benjamin

Warner Bros.

If you don’t like this movie, you’re wrong. It’s really that simple. You hate joy and you hate Jim Carrey. Almost as much Tommy Lee Jones reportedly hated Jim Carrey while making the film.

After its release, Batman Forever was such a … great movie. It involved an absurd amount of stellar power and made no sense. As a child, I loved him. Everyone liked him. Because it was a good movie. Not a bad movie. Ignore people who say it’s a bad movie.

This is a good movie.

Mark Serres

Warner Bros.

Director Tim Burton leaned heavily on his distinctive style for his second trip to the bats, making Gotham City even more gothic and absurd as it prioritizes entertainment over plot. Keaton enjoys the role again, but is overshadowed by the villainous trio. Danny DeVito is rotten but cute like Penguin, and Christopher Walken is extremely greasy like Max Shrek, but Michelle Pfeiffer steals the show as the undead agent of Catwoman. Hear her roar.

Sean Keane

WB

Batman Begins succeeds in his commitment to the myths of Batman and his attention to detail. This is the first Batman movie to show us how Bruce becomes the Bat, not just the events that guide him down this path. Nolan understands that Batman is a mission as much as a superhero, and this film shows us the important victories – and failures – Bruce experienced as he methodically built Batman’s identity. Everything that makes The Dark Knight great is set in this movie and deserves a high place on this list.

Adam Benjamin

Warner Bros. Pictures

4. The movie Lego Batman (2017)

This movie rules.

Lego Batman for my money is the funniest and best of the Lego movies. Will Arnett has a perfect cast, the songs are great and the story is like a heart, with real bets. Dramatically underrated film.

Mark Serres

Warner Bros.

Before Christopher Nolan and Zack Snyder, we had Tim Burton. And in 1989, his strange gothic imagination brought layers we had never experienced in superhero movies before. Michael Keaton is an understated (and underestimated) Batman, but the real star is Gotham City himself. The design of the decor and the production are spectacular and really enliven the world of Batman. Jack Nicholson is also a decent Joker.

Mark Serres

Jonathan-Ollie-DC

The sparkling vampire managed to do it. Robert Pattinson may have been hiding in excellent indie films in the last decade after Twilight, but his true talent as the grim, hermit-channeling Kurt Cobain Bruce Wayne was featured in Batman’s latest escapade. Director and screenwriter Matt Reeves respects everything that has happened before, presenting his own fresh, noir detective story of the rain-soaked Gotham City. Although there were no bets in his latest act, Batman rises with vivid cinematography, memorable action and a clearly defined, inhabited, criminal world. Aggressively seal this in your retina.

“Jennifer Bisset.”

Warner Bros. Pictures

1. The Dark Knight (2008)

I’ve seen so many movies that mimic the beginning of The Dark Knight. The cool rush of the camera to high-rise buildings, this nervous ticking music that gives you the same constant climax as Dunkirk. The Dark Knight should be at the top of this list because he has the best Joker to date and looks more like a brutal crime thriller than a comic book movie. There is also a tragic plot point and – I’m sorry – not enough can be said about how effective the tragedy can be when the film stays with you. Expose yourself, make fun of yourself and persecute.

“Jennifer Bisset.”

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