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Director: Joel Schumacher
Cast: Val Klimer, Tommy Lee Jones, Jim Carrey, Chris O’Donnell, Nicole Kidman, Drew Barrymore
Plot: The Batman (Kilmer) hunts escaped prisoner, Two-Face (Lee Jones), unaware that a new enemy, the terrifying Riddler (Carrey) is planning an intellectual assault on Gotham.

To read this painfully truthful review of how bad I think Batman Forever truly is, you will have to head over to Shitfest. I have sentenced this movie to the worst punishment I could possibly think of. The IPC.

http://isaacspictureconclusions.com/2014/02/10/shitfest-2014-winter-batman-forever/

Final Verdict: Joel Schumacher does not understand how to handle his material and we get a confused, unbalanced Batman adventure. Poor.

One Star

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