batman & robin 1997


Batman in Film (1966-2018)

  • Batman the Movie - July 30, 1966
  • Batman- June 23, 1989
  • Batman Returns - June 19, 1992
  • Batman Forever - June 16, 1995
  • Batman & Robin - June 20, 1997
  • Batman Begins - June 25, 2005
  • The Dark Knight- July 18, 2008
  • The Dark Knight Rises - July 20, 2012
  • Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice - March 25, 2016
  • The Batman - TBA 2019

Villains in Movies: Uma Thurman as Poison Ivy on Batman & Robin (1997):

I’m a big fan of Uma Thurman, and I think she was pretty awesome in this movie. She was over the top, but weren’t all the villains in the previous Batman movies? I love her. I love her design, her ridiculous personality and silly plans. For me, she’s sort of like a female version of Enigma, and they even share a similar concept. However, I find her a lot more interesting. It’s not her best role, but it was entertaining as hell, so she diserves some love from me. Go Uma!

i know batman & robin (1997) dir. joel schumacher is considered like a terrible movie in pretty much every regard and i agree it’s Bad but uma thurman’s poison ivy is honestly so fucking iconic she really did #that


Batman & Robin (1997)

I unabashedly love this movie. It’s got a terrible, pun-laden script, hammy acting, a cast evenly divided between great actors slumming and future has-beens, and some of the strangest day-glow-gothic production design I’ve ever seen. 

It’s one of the first contemporary non-animated films I saw as a kid (on VHS, naturally) and to me it will always represent that vaguely-remembered time in the late 1990′s. It’s a horrible, compulsively-watchable high-camp classic.

90s Batfam

Hello friends. Were you a nerdy child in the 90s? Yes? No? Maybe?

Well, regardless, this is some entertaining shit I just unearthed in a nostalgic dive into my comic storage boxes. The month was October. The year, 1997. And Wizard Magazine was the equivalent of tumblr for nerdy lil shits like me.

This was Wizard Mag’s staff picked casting for the Batfam and villains in October 1997. (I have to admit, I am in support of a couple of these choices…)

Noooot this one, though.

Okay, maybe these were okay choices back in the day. Idk. I would have picked Rider Strong for Robin in ‘97, tbh. Probably made my own version of this back then…jeez. nerd.


LOL I can’t even with this page. But, honestly, Jeff Goldblum’s candidacy intrigues me. and “The New Villains” ?? Hahaha, new. It slays.

if your argument against poc’s and women starring in DC films is the 2004 Catwoman film let me gently remind you of all the other superhero movie flops starring white men

  • Green Lantern (2011) with Ryan Reynolds
  • Jonah Hex (2010) with John Malkovich
  • Daredevil (2003) with Ben Affleck
  • The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen (2003) with Sean Connery
  • Ghost Rider (2007) with Nicolas Cage
  • Batman and Robin (1997) with the bat nipples
  • Captain American (1992 and 1979)
  • Judge Dredd (1995) with Sylvester Stallone 
  • Superman IV (1987) with Christopher Reeve
  • the list goes on and on and on
  • but i’m just SAYIN
  • your argument is invalid