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The Batman franchise in all its forms has unquestionably had its ups and downs; the highs of Christopher Nolan’s masterful recent trilogy, and the punishing lows of Joel Schumacher’s horrendously camp take on the material. What remains consistent throughout, however, is the odd abundance of cringe-inducing moments, even in the very best Nolan films, that seem to creep in. Only two Batman films to date – Tim Burton’s Batman and The Dark Knight Rises – managed to escape without a single mention (though Jack Nicholson’s dancing to Prince in the former nearly made the cut), and perhaps most surprising is the amount of times Christopher Nolan’s classic films show up in this list.

Here are the 10 most cringe-worthy moments from Batman films…



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