Batman & Robin
Batman & Robin
- 2h 1m
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Superstars George Clooney and Arnold Schwarzenegger face off as the coolest--and the cruelest--villain to ever stalk Gotham City comes after its courageous caped crusaders, Batman & Robin. When the evil Mr. Freeze (Schwarzenegger) teams up with toxic Poison Ivy (Uma Thurman) to freeze Gotham City and destroy its residents, the end appears near for superheroes Batman (George Clooney) and Robin (Chris O'Donnell). But with the arrival of Batgirl (Alicia Silverstone), the dynamic duo becomes a transcendent trio in this fourth episode of the blockbuster theatrical series.
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Rotten Tomatoes® Score
Critics Consensus: Joel Schumacher's tongue-in-cheek attitude hits an unbearable limit in Batman & Robin resulting in a frantic and mindless movie that's too jokey to care much for.
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Common Sense Says
Weak superhero movie has lots of innuendo, some violence.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Batman & Robin is a 1997 action movie in which George Clooney and Chris O'Donnell play campier versions of "The Dynamic Duo" than portrayals more commonly seen in recent decades. Practically everything out of Poison Ivy's (Uma Thurman) mouth is either sexual innuendo or double entendre. After Batgirl puts on her costume for the first time, the camera zooms in on her buttocks and breasts in the skintight outfit. Direct mild profanity is used infrequently, but bad puns like Mr. Freeze saying "Let's kick some ice!" are in abundance, and in one scene, Batman, in a heated argument with Robin, emphasizes Robin's real first name, "Dick," in a way that clearly means more than someone's first name. Action movie violence occurs throughout: machine guns and handguns, punches, kicks, choking. An illegal motorcycle street race nearly results in a fatality. There's some drinking and cigar smoking. This is not one of the most loved movies of the Batman franchise; families can use this one as a springboard to discuss what makes a movie "good," and even why there are disagreements between viewers as to a movie's overall quality and entertainment value.
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- Release Date:June 20, 1997
- Languages:English, Spanish
- Captions:English, Spanish
- Audio Format:5.1
- Screen Pass Eligible:Yes
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