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For supporters and newcomers, this boxed established retains a excellent assortment, including all 4 excellent motion pictures. The initial in the series, Batman (1989), and arguably the best of the 4 motion pictures, exudes the moodiness of the Dark Knight's character. Tim Burton's course and Michael Keaton's rendition of Batman are an electrifying combo. Collectively they capture the sinister atmosphere of Gotham Metropolis and Batman's darkness. Jack Nicholson as the fiendish Joker and Kim Basinger as the resourceful and lovely Vicki Vale lend their attraction. A few many years later, in 1992, Burton and Keaton reunited for Batman Returns. This time our pointy-eared hero has to fight two villains: Danny DeVito as the disturbed and freaky Penguin and Michelle Pfeiffer as Catwoman. In Batman Eternally (1995), Joel Schumacher gave his course to the story with Val Kilmer underneath the cape. Kilmer keeps the moodiness but provides a minor panache to his rendition. His archenemies this time are the Riddler (Jim Carrey) and Two-Face (Tommy Lee Jones). Luckily, he enlists the support of the Boy Ponder, Robin (Chris O'Donnell). The closing motion picture in the series, Batman & Robin, is excellent eye candy, and this time Schumacher returns with George Clooney as the foremost man and Chris O'Donnell again as Robin. Collectively Batman and Robin struggle the icy Mr. Freeze (Arnold Schwarzenegger), with a minor support from Batgirl (Alicia Silverstone). Delve into the Gotham Metropolis globe with the Dark Knight to safeguard you, and will not forget to make plenty of popcorn for this Batman marathon. --Samantha Allen Storey