Tim Burton's Batman had one hell of a legacy - redefining what a superhero movie could be, and shaping an all-new iconic Batman for a generation.
While the film *was* a financial success -- was it really that good?
This week, in celebration of 1989's Batman and the character's 75th anniversary, Steve Cooke, Colm Whitford, Griffin Toplitsky, Dan Brioux and I break down how well the movie holds up, and where it faults.
The good, the bad, the ugly, and the Eckhart -- have a listen, put on your Batman PJs and light some candles, because things are about to get nostalgic (and may contain traces of Prince).
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