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The Dark Knight first burst into the American psyche in 1939, in Detective Comics, and the protector of Gotham has become one of the most popular characters in pop culture. There aren’t many people who consider themselves to be Imagination Connoisseurs who don’t have an opinion about The Batman.
So, we want to hear what you think. Share your thoughts, reviews, recommendations, and more with your fellow Bat-fans, and feel free to peruse the articles, recollections, reviews, and recommendations right here and in our online community.
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* h/t Joker, 1989.
Imagination Connoisseur, Jermaine K., is having a crisis of his own – and age doesn’t come into it. He’s concerned about the way corporate minders are now destroying and re-shaping the sci-fi, fantasy, horror, and comic franchises fans like him grew up loving. In Jermaine’s opinion, there’s no more flagrant example than what’s been done to Batman.
ROBSERVATIONS host Robert Meyer Burnett provides a rebuttal to an article in Esquire Magazine that claims audiences have become bored with the MCU and the “Marvel monoculture.” There’s a lot to like in the MCU and Rob explains why nothing like it has ever been seen before in Hollywood.
MIDNIGHT MUSINGS co-hosts, Robert Meyer Burnett, Lael Rockwell, and Rrr Mmmm talk about their impressions of Matt Reeve’s movie, THE BATMAN, and the post-credits scene that seems to hint at the possible “big bad” for a sequel. But do we really need yet another Joker?
ROBSERVATIONS host, Robert Meyer Burnett and his co-hosts, Lael Rockwell and Rrr Mmmm, discuss whether or not THE BATMAN has too much in it and explore other things that matter to fellow geeks on The Burnettwork’s newest show, MIDNIGHT MUSINGS.
ROBSERVATIONS host, Robert Meyer Burnett and his co-hosts, Lael Rockwell and Rrr Mmmm, talk about THE BATMAN and other things that matter to fellow geeks on The Burnettwork’s newest show, MIDNIGHT MUSINGS.
ROBSERVATIONS host Robert Meyer Burnett takes a deep dive into Matt Reeves’s upcoming film, THE BATMAN. Will it be able to live up to the hype? Plus letters from fellow Imagination Connoisseurs.
ROBSERVATIONS host, Robert Meyer Burnett and his co-hosts, Lael Rockwell and Rrr Mmmm, enjoy another rollicking evening of talk and exploration on things that matter to fellow geeks on The Burnettwork’s newest show, MIDNIGHT MUSINGS. The trio talk about their predictions of Matt Reeves’s new film, THE BATMAN, which is set to debut this coming week.
Zack Snyder’s version of JUSTICE LEAGUE has finally hit HBO Max and just how did it go down with fans? Just ask WINE-ning ABOUT MOVIES co-hosts Robert Meyer Burnett and Elysabeth Gwendolyn Belle!
Imagination Connoisseur, Ash Chauhan, makes a case for re-considering BATMAN FOREVER – often maligned by fans as “the other Schumacher film.” But is that fair? There’s more to this movie than the over-the-top performances of Tommy Lee Jones and Jim Carrey – and it may be worth a second look.
Read his review to learn more.
It’s not every day a TV show makes the transition from small screen to big screen. But if anyone could do it, BATMAN could – especially when it’s a smash hit comedy for ABC in the mid-60s. We review the movie and what it did to the comic book genre of films.
ROBSERVATIONS host, Robert Meyer Burnett, discusses the latest announcement that Ben Affleck will be making a cameo appearance as Batman in the new Flashpoint movie currently in production (as will Michael Keaton). All that plus viewer mail and more on episode #493.
Blogger Willow Yang writes an open letter to Robert Meyer Burnett asking why the first “World’s Finest” team-up on film can be such a frustrating movie experience.
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