The Best: 7 Batman Movies That Have Been in Cinemas, from Worst

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Can Robert Pattinson bring The Batman movie to success? Not a few movies Batman which has been shown in theaters ended up at a loss or did not sell.

Now, the batman’s adventure is trying to re-try his luck with the latest movie titled The Batman 2022. The movie will be played by famous Hollywood actor, Robert Pattinson.

Robert Pattinson will play the character of Bruce Wayne, a bat-shaped superhero from Gotham City. Before The Batman, there have been manymovie Batmanin theaters of all time.

The iconic Batman character premiered on the big screen for the first time in 1989. Previously, the Batman character was adapted on the small screen.

Reported from various sources on Wednesday (2/3/2022), this is the order of Batman movies from worst to best.

1. Batman & Robin (1997)
Batman & Robin movie isworst batman moviewhich was lifted on the big screen according to most fans. George Clooney who plays the character of Batman is considered a failure. Likewise, Arnold Schwarzenegger who plays Mister Freeze is very far from the expectations of Batman movie connoisseurs.

2. Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016)
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice has a convoluted storyline and is difficult to understand. The movie also seems to still be shadowed in the movie The Dark Knight.

Dawn of Justice director Zack Snyder was also credited with imitating Marvel’s cinematic style, but failed. This movie has a long and boring story. Some fans even petitioned Zack Snyder not to work on the Justice League movie which was released the following year.

3. Batman: The Movie (1966)
Batman: The Movie is a Batman movie that is considered a failure. But this movie is slightly better than Batman & Robin. This movie is the first movie to have the storyline adapted based on a TV show from the 60s starring the late Adam West.

4. The Dark Knight Rises (2012)

The Dark Knight Rises movie is a Batman movie The Dark Knight Rises is a very good movie, it’s just that the storyline is very confusing.

The Dark Knight Rises has a difficult story to follow as a sequel to The Dark Knight. So instead of trying to emulate him, the movie tells its own story. Batman is somewhat of a paradox: he wants to uphold the law and enforce inequality where crime thrives at the same time.

The Dark Knight Rises ranked very high in terms of spectacle. It is considered a satisfying ending to the The Dark Knight trilogy.

5. Batman (1989)
Tim Burton’s Batman movie is the first feature movie from Batman since the 1966 movie Adam West. In this movie, Tim Burton is more interested in building a strange and exciting Gotham City fantasy. Batman ranks moderate to high when it comes to entertaining a loyal Batman audience.

6. Batman Begins (2005)
Batman Begins is the first movie in the The Dark Knight trology. Christopher Nolan’s greatest achievement is that he managed to bring Batman into the real world.

7. The Dark Knight (2008)
The Dark Knight is the best Batman movie and is considered the most successful. The Dark Knight featured cinematic scenes that managed to amaze fans.

The Dark Knight features the Joker who is the most conflicted with Batman and much loved by fans (before Joaquin Phoenix).

The Dark Knight ranks very high in terms of viewing value and story development. The official Batman character became cool and audience-loved in The Dark Knight, as his struggles reflected the struggle between wanting peace and blindly obeying authority.