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Batman: The Motion Picture Anthology 1989-1997 - Beyond Batman: Dressed to Thrill - The Costumes of 'Batman & Robin' (2005)

Video  -  Documentary | Short  -  2005 (USA)
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Title: Batman: The Motion Picture Anthology 1989-1997 - Beyond Batman: Dressed to Thrill - The Costumes of 'Batman & Robin' (Video 2005)

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4 February 2008 | by (Denmark) – See all my reviews

This is a twelve-minute documentary, detailing the work on the costumes of Batman & Robin, featured on the 2-Disc DVD release of said movie. It's a reasonable enough special, and has some good information about the costumes, both design and use. In addition to obviously the crew behind the costumes(of which Dragon Dronet is by far the most entertaining to listen to... he also delivers the funniest anecdote) and such, the director(who doesn't sound like as big of an idiot as he does elsewhere on the DVD) and the star actors(all five of them) are interviewed. Silverstone comes off as a spoiled brat, if nothing else, compared to the others, and really doesn't have much to offer in her parts. Thurman isn't featured much. Clooney makes a good point or two, and is more or less just his cool, charming self. O'Donnell isn't bad, and he points out something in the film that doesn't make that much sense, which makes him alright in my book(view stuff critically... if you don't acknowledge some things being bad, how can you ever expect to get anything of a higher quality?). It has something to offer for anyone interested in the film or at least the costume work that went into it(which wasn't actually poor, more misguided). I recommend this to anyone who fits in either or both aforementioned groups. It's good for at least a single watch or so. 6/10


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