Batman (1989 movie)

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  • marissa

    Aug 16, 2016 - Reply

    thanks for showing me a lot about star wars i love your website!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Craig Hardy

    Dec 22, 2016 - Reply

    Just found this site, looks right up my street :)
    Recently I was trying to describe the original Batman Movie (1989 version of course, it’s my era)
    to my 9 year old son. I went looking for and was lucky enough to pick this up on DVD for 75p at a local used game/dvd store.
    He hugely enjoyed this version, and now shares my opinion that Michael Keaton is the best of the “modern” Batman actors.

    • Retromash

      Dec 23, 2016 - Reply

      That’s fantastic. It’s great when not only can you rewatch things from your era with your kids but also when the movies still hold up and the children enjoy them! Hope you enjoy looking round the rest of the site.

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