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Batman: The Motion Picture Anthology 1989 - 1997 [Blu-Ray Box Set]


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This import Blu-ray is region free and will play in all regions. However, please note that any included Digital / UltraViolet content or DVD discs are region locked and will not work in North America. For more information, see our Region Compatibility List.

This import Blu-ray is region free and will play in all regions. However, please note that any included Digital / UltraViolet content or DVD discs are region locked and will not work in North America. For more information, see our Region Compatibility List.

For fans and newcomers, this Batman: The Motion Picture Anthology Blu-ray boxed set includes all four great movies from 1989 - 1997!

The first in the series, Batman (1989), and arguably the best of the four movies, exudes the moodiness of the Dark Knight's character. Tim Burton's direction and Michael Keaton's rendition of Batman are an electrifying combo. Together they capture the sinister atmosphere of Gotham City and Batman's darkness. Jack Nicholson as the fiendish Joker and Kim Basinger as the resourceful and gorgeous Vicki Vale lend their charm.

Three years later, in 1992, Burton and Keaton reunited for Batman Returns. This time our pointy-eared hero has to combat two villains: Danny DeVito as the disturbed and freaky Penguin and Michelle Pfeiffer as Catwoman.

In Batman Forever (1995), Joel Schumacher gave his direction to the story with Val Kilmer under the cape. Kilmer keeps the moodiness but adds a little panache to his rendition. His archenemies this time are the Riddler (Jim Carrey) and Two-Face (Tommy Lee Jones). Luckily, he enlists the help of the Boy Wonder, Robin (Chris O'Donnell).

The final movie in the series, Batman & Robin, is great eye candy, and this time Schumacher returns with George Clooney as the leading man and Chris O'Donnell again as Robin. Together Batman and Robin battle the icy Mr. Freeze (Arnold Schwarzenegger), with a little help from Batgirl (Alicia Silverstone).

Delve into the Gotham City world with the Dark Knight to protect you, and don't forget to make lots of popcorn for this Batman marathon!

Region: Region Free
Audio: English
Subtitles: English


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