Originally Posted by MovieSwede
I think Keaton perfomance is somewhat diminished in Burtons "Batman world". There is nothing wrong with Keatons performance, but the world around him is a bit campy that mask some of his performance.
The first Batman is very good until Nicholsons Joker comes into the picture. The second is pulled down by the clown bad guys.
I agree. I think Keaton was ahead of the curve in movies that were, IMO, transitioning from the total camp of the tv series to the dark versions we have today. I always liked the screen presence of Keaton in a lot of movies, but apparently Hollywood moved past him.
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