"You like strong women. Or do I need skin-tight vinyl and a whip?"
Debi Mazar and Drew Barrymore as sex toys to Tommy Lee Jones. I think that may well be reason enough for some to see this movie. And there is nothing wrong with that.I thought this movie blew bubbles. Because the story sucked. You can't do the stories of four characters any justice if you do them all in one movie. I mean, the Batman movies are not aimed at people who are fans of the comic and thus already would know their origins. So in my mind they tried to do too damned much and it ends up sucking ass. The emphasis is on all of these things: Robin joins Batman. TwoFace terrorizes Gotham, and the Riddler comes into being and joins him. And Bruce Wayne falls in love with Chase Meridian. See a problem here? Me too.
Stupid, stupid writing. Throwaway lines left and right. And really Carrey is the only one who could pull those off, but everyone gets them. Not a laugh out loud movie; a groan, "that was so bad" movie. Val sucks here. He's not a bad Batman. But Batman is basically a suit. As Bruce Wayne, he makes you want to barf. And you want Chase Meridian to laugh in his face. Bruce is supposed to be the impossible to resist millionaire playboy. Not some mental case centering around falling down a hole and seeing bats. Pft.I was very disappointed with this movie. I give it one spork. I hesitate to do that, because really, Batman and Robin was a much worse movie. However, I cannot bring myself to recommend this one in the least, ever. This is Jim Carrey's worst movie in my mind. Go see "earth girls are easy" before this.