I looked at your blog this morning, and I have to say, it is a good thing you don't have a comments section. The 'Michael Keaton Batman fails the test of time and is crap' posting is simply another example of unfair, and frankly outrageous Keaton-bashing. True, he hasn't done a good movie since he did that clone film, but in the Batman world, he is unsurpassed. My sister used to have a crush on Val Kilmer, so I know all about his terrible acting (save Top Gun). I didn't even bother seeing George Clooney as Batman, and if I remember his Academy Awards speech correctly, that doesn't bother him at all. Finally, that whole Batman Begins movie, or whatever it was called, with the guy from Little Women as Batman, was pretty dumb. Although, I will admit that he is the best actor out of the batmen. But, getting back to the first Batman, what a great soundtrack! Plus, the sets and costumes were so much more interesting than anything else in the other Batman films. And as far as villains go, remember when the Joker used his electric hand buzzer to electrocute that guy? That was really scary when I was a kid. Was gov. Arnold scary as Iceman? No. Was Tommy Lee-Jones scary as Two-Face? No. Was the bad guy in the last movie scary? Shit, he was so boring that I don't even remember his name. Were any of the actors chosen to play Batman perfect? No, but at least Michael Keaton wasn't an annoying pretty boy, or fantasy of middle-aged women (a la Clooney). So, in short, it is a rainy Sunday morning, and as of Friday, I'm unemployed, browsing blogs, and looking for injustices against Michael Keaton.
I shall not reveal the author of the above feedback, but I love not being the only person with too much time on my hands.
Horatio, as one-armed/one-eyed as you are, I remain yours,