Soon, or rather next year, the latest Batman movie will be aired. This time the bat man or better known as the Caped Crusader will be played by Robert Pattinson. Long before the era of Iron Man and Captain America from Marvel, Indonesian children were already familiar with the hero Superman and Batman from DC.
Well, while waiting you can see the sequence of Batman films from BukaReview.
Simply stated, the most popular Batman films can be categorized as follows; Batman Tim Burton’s dark and eccentric film; the Batman Michael Keaton film; the Batman Val Kilmer film; the Batman Joel Schumacher film that was destroyed; the film Batman Christopher Nolan with the Dark Knight trilogy; the film Batman Christian Bale; the Batman Zack Snyder film; and finally the Batman Ben Affleck film.
Batman Film Order
So where is the best and ugliest Batman movie? Come on, see the synopsis of the sequence of Batman films from first to last following.
1. Batman: The Movie (1966)
The character Batman first appeared in Detective Comic No. 27 in 1939. Only in 1966 appeared the film version live action starring Adam West as Batman and Burt Ward as Robin.
One of the special things about the order of the first Batman movie is that it not only brought up one, but four of Batman’s mortal enemies at once, namely Joker, Catwoman, The Penguin, and The Riddler.
2. Batman (1989)
The sequence of the second Batman film was directed by Tim Burton. For film lovers, of course you already understand the dark style of directing Tim Burton. This film can be regarded as one of the best Batman films that you must watch.
This Batman film stars Michael Keaton and is much darker than the Adam West version. Here you will also see one of the iconic Joker characters played beautifully by Jack Nicholson.
3. Batman Returns (1992)
This Batman film is still directed by Tim Burton and stars Michael Keaton. After conquering the Joker, Batman must deal with his nemesis, The Penguin (Danny Devito), who conspires with Max Shreck (Christopher Walken).
In the sequence of this third Batman film appears Catwoman, played by Beautiful Michelle Pfeiffer. Filled with the love dilemma of Batman and Catwoman, this film is still one of the most remembered today.
4. Batman Forever (1995)
The next Batman movie sequence stepped on the era of Joel Schumacher as a director. This time Batman is played by Val Kilmer. Here Batman is portrayed not to be as cruel as the Burton era, in fact he actually wants to focus on his personal life with Chase Meridian (Nicole Kidman).
However, his life is still haunted by his nemesis, Two Face (Tommy Lee Jones) and The Riddler (Jim Carrey). Oh yeah, Robin also appeared in this film and was played by Chris O’Donnell.
5. Batman & Robin (1997)
The next Batman film is still directed by Joel Schumacher. However, Val Kilmer’s position was replaced by George Clooney. This fifth Batman movie sequence again features Robin plus the iconic Batgirl played by Alicia Silverstone.
The enemy is actually quite promising, namely Dr. Freeze (Arnold Schwarzenegger) and Poison Ivy (Uma Thurman). However, lineup it was unable to save the film which for many critics was the worst Batman movie. One reason is the nipples on Batman and Robin costumes. Why, Schumacher?
6. Batman Begins (2005)
So bad, Batman after the death of Joel Schumacher was almost forgotten until finally Christopher Nolan once again breathed at this batman.
This time, Christian Bale lined up as Batman and later he will be considered one of the most fitting representations for this DC character. For me, and for millions of others, Batman Begins is one film origin as well as the best Batman film.
7. The Dark Knight (2008)
Success in his first film, Nolan was once again believed to be working on this seventh Batman film sequence. Compared to Tim Burton, Nolan is arguably darker, though not as eccentric as Burton.
This film is an example of Nolan’s best directing. The presence of the Joker played by Heath Ledger can also be regarded as one of the masterpieces of cinema. Through these characters, guaranteed the Joker will not be seen as an enemy who likes to joke, but totally scary.
8. The Dark Knight Rises (2012)
Christopher Nolan’s Batman Dark Knight Trilogy must end here. In this film, Bruce Wayne is shown to be very human with various agonias because of the community’s isolation due to the death of Harvey Dent.
After disappearing eight years he must again face Bane (Tom Hardy), a former member of the League of Shadows, who wants to continue Ra’s Al Ghul’s plan to destroy the city of Gotham.
9. Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016)
As usual, the cast of Batman must have been controversial when it was announced, including Ben Affleck. Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice it has setting 18 months after Man of Steel in 2013. Somehow Batman considers Superman’s too big a threat to Earth.
With this ambition, Batman ‘cooperates’ with Lex Luthor (Jesse Eisenberg) who has a hunk of kryptonite and makes armor from the rock which is Superman’s weakness. #NowPlaying Superman is dead.
10. Suicide Squad (2016)
DC tried too hard to defeat Marvel Avengers who were so successful that they forgot to make a full fledged script plot hole despite having lineup promising, like Will Smith, Margot Robbie, and Jared Leto.
That’s about the picture Suicide Squad for me, beven arguably the trailerit’s better than the film.
Here Batman also appears in several scene which is the foundation of Justice League Furthermore and the presence of Batman also cannot help this film from being destroyed.
11. Justice League (2017)
The sequence of the Batman movie is Ben Affleck’s last film and in my opinion this film is a slick cover compared to Affleck’s presence in the two previous films.
After Superman’s death, the Earth turned out to be even more messy. Finally Batman returns to collect various heroes, such as Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot) and Aquaman (Jason Momoa) … and revive Superman to fight the strongest enemy that has ever existed in the world.
Well, that was the order of the Batman film according to the year of release. Which is the best Batman movie that is your favorite? Congratulations waiting for the latest Batman movie, yes!