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The Bat, the Cat, the Penguin.

Batman Returns (1992)

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Having defeated the Joker, Batman now faces the Penguin - a warped and deformed individual who is intent on being accepted into Gotham society. Crooked businessman Max Schreck is coerced into helping him become Mayor of Gotham and they both attempt to expose Batman in a different light. Selina Kyle, Max's secretary, is thrown from the top of a building and is transformed into Catwoman - a mysterious figure who has the same personality disorder as Batman. Batman must attempt to clear his name, all the time deciding just what must be done with the Catwoman.

Director: Tim Burton
Writers: Daniel Waters, Wesley Strick.

Release Date: 1992-06-19
Status: Released
Run time: 126 min / 2:6
Budget: $80,000,000
Revenue: $280,000,000
Production Companies : DC Comics, PolyGram Filmed Entertainment, Warner Bros. Pictures
Production Countries: United Kingdom, United States of America
Release Date: 1992-06-19
Status: Released
Run time: 126 min / 2:6
Budget: $80,000,000
Revenue: $280,000,000

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Casts

Michael Keaton
as Bruce Wayne / Batman
Danny DeVito
as Oswald Cobblepot / The Penguin
Michelle Pfeiffer
as Selina Kyle / Catwoman
Christopher Walken
as Max Shreck
Michael Gough
as Alfred Pennyworth
Michael Murphy
as The Mayor
Cristi Conaway
as Ice Princess
Andrew Bryniarski
as Charles 'Chip' Shreck
Pat Hingle
as Commissioner James Gordon
Vincent Schiavelli
as Organ Grinder
Steve Witting
as Josh
Jan Hooks
as Jen
John Strong
as Sword Swallower
Rick Zumwalt
as Tattooed Strongman
Anna Katarina
as Poodle Lady
Gregory Scott Cummins
as Acrobat Thug One
Erika Andersch
as Knifethrower Dame
Travis McKenna
as Fat Clown
Doug Jones
as Thin Clown
Branscombe Richmond
as Terrifying Clown #1
Paul Reubens
as Penguin's Father
Diane Salinger
as Penguin's Mother
Stuart Lancaster
as Penguin's Doctor
Cal Hoffman
as Happy Man
Joan Jurige
as Happy Woman
Rosie O'Connor
as Adorable Little Girl
Sean Whalen
as Paperboy
Erik Onate
as Aggressive Reporter
Joey DePinto
as Shreck Security Guard
Steven Brill
as Gothamite #1
Neal Lerner
as Gothamite #2
Ashley Tillman
as Gothamite #3
Elizabeth Sanders
as Gothamite #4
Joan Giammarco
as Female Victim
Frank DiElsi
as Security #1
Biff Yeager
as Security #2
Robert Gossett
as TV Anchorman
Adam Drescher
as Crowd Member
Bobby Bell
as Emperor Penguin
Niki Botelho
as Emperor Penguin
Susan Rossitto
as Emperor Penguin
Margarita Farrell
as Emperor Penguin
Denise Killpack
as Emperor Penguin
Felix Silla
as Emperor Penguin
Debbie Lee Carrington
as Emperor Penguin
Anthony De Longis
as Terrifying Clown #2 (uncredited)
Desi Singh
as Clown with Flaming Crossbow (uncredited)
Darla
as Ratty Poodle (uncredited)

Crew

Directing Tim Burton Director
Writing Bob Kane Author
Production Tim Burton Producer
Production Denise Di Novi Producer
Sound Danny Elfman Original Music Composer
Camera Stefan Czapsky Director of Photography
Editing Bob Badami Editor
Editing Chris Lebenzon Editor
Production Marion Dougherty Casting
Art Bo Welch Production Design
Costume & Make-Up Ve Neill Makeup Artist
Writing Daniel Waters Story
Writing Daniel Waters Screenplay
Production Michael E. Uslan Executive Producer
Writing Wesley Strick Screenplay
Visual Effects John Bruno Visual Effects Supervisor

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  • Batman returns, this time protecting Gotham City from the Penguin who is running for mayor and Catwoman who is just having fun in her psychotic way. The two villains team up to frame the caped crusader. Dark, stylish but ultimately too much with little story to propell it.

  • Batman Returns could mark a happy beginning for Hollywood -- not because it might make a mint but because it dispenses with realism and aspires to animation, to the freedom of idea and image found in the best feature-length cartoons.

  • The gloomy undertone of the Batman movies is like a tow line, holding the movie back, keeping it from springing free into the wind. Tim Burton's "Batman Returns," even more than the original "Batman," is a dark, brooding film, filled with hurt and fear, childhood wounds and festering adult ...

  • So in the end, "Batman Returns" is for grown-ups and "Batman Forever" is for kids, everyone wins. The storyline for the movie may not have been a great one to tell. I was hoping for something really evil and bad to happen. Okay, sure, having the Penguin trying to kill first born kids is evil, but what I wanted was something really clever and ...

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  • Batman Returns has a strong sexual undertone and a large number of fatalities (Batman even kills some of his opponents). Danny DeVito's over-the-top performance as The Penguin is a nice contrast to Keaton's low-key, wisecracking Bruce Wayne. Though not as catatonic as he was in the first movie, Keaton still proves to be miscast here. The movie ...

  • Batman Returns is a perfect film to watch during the holiday season as the winter/Xmas atmosphere that Burton creates for Gotham City is wonderful.

  • Batman Returns has too many competing characters, too many sets (every scene seems to unfold on a different surreal soundstage), too many ”ideas” that don’t go anywhere. The movie is a genuine spectacle, laced with Burton’s pitch-black wit, yet in its eager-to-please mood it often recalls the jam-packed blockbuster overkill of Steven ...

  • Batman Returns is a 1992 American superhero film directed by Tim Burton, based on the DC Comics character Batman. It is the second installment of Warner Bros. initial Batman film series, with Michael Keaton reprising the role of Bruce Wayne/Batman.