Batman en la pantalla ¿Cuál es tu favorito?

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Tanto en la pantalla grande como en la televisión, Batman ha sido representado en diversas ocasiones por distintos actores y además de las actuaciones y la interpretación histriónica de quienes han encarnado a este célebre personaje de las historietas, la caracterización, vestuario y maquillaje han jusgado un papel fundamental en el éxito o fracaso de estas producciones ante las audiencias.

Tú que eres un especialista de la imagen y seguramente sigues los aspectos técnicos y visuales de las producciones de cine y televisión, probablemenmte tendrás el criterio para elegir -más allá de las actuaciones- al mejor Batman que se ha posado con sus historias y aventuras frente a la cámara.

Los hemos colocado en orden cronológico para que decidas cuál tiene mayor concordancia con la trama, historia y atmósferas que se desarrollan en cada una de estas producciones.

Adam West, Show de Televisión de Batman, 1966

Michael Keaton, Batman, 1989

Val Kilmer, Batman Forever, 1995

I was on the fence about acknowledging this Batman movie on its 20th anniversary because its regarded as a low point in the franchise (that distinction still belongs to Batman & Robin) with its drastic shift in tone and style and artificial storytelling. That's true in all but like the first and equally cheesy Power Rangers movie, this was my childhood and I ate up that gaudy, neon lit atmosphere and broad campy humor, mostly provided by Jim Carrey, who was on top of the world at the time and gave the Riddler role his usual manic best. It was that type of madcap performance that I thought helped this movie a lot for me cause, hell, I like Jim Carrey. In short, I still like Batman Forever and I am not ashamed of it. In fact, this flick would work as the perfect film to get drunk to. #batmanforever #1995 #valkilmerbatman #jimcarrey #tommyleejones #nicolekidman #chrisodonnell #dccomics #toeachtheirown #batmanandrobinstillsucksthough

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George Clooney, Batman&Robin, 1997

Go to YouTube and look up "Hi Freeze I'm Batman" https://youtu.be/7Lk10zcRqs0 it's awesome! And many people want to hate on George Clooney's Batman but I actually loved it because it was a total modern throwback to the 1960's Adam West days! I mean seriously. We loved the 60's shark repellant, the POW, WHAM, ZOP, the three different Catwomen, the blatant overacting from Hollywood superstars and the kitschy/ridiculous crime scenarios but hate on basically the same things in Batman and Robin? (minus the Catwoman) B&R is a total homage to the 1960's (so bad it's great) Batman TV show. The movie is sooooo over the top (just like the TV show when it had the caped crusader reanimate the dust of world leaders using the Bat computer) that it even includes Clooney and O'Donnell sky surfing from an exploding rocket! Come on guys… Show some Bat love! #georgeclooney #umathurman #aliciasilverstone #arnoldswarzenegger #chrisodonnell #georgeclooneybatman #batmanandrobin #arnoldswarzeneggermrfreeze #chrisodonnellrobin #adamwestthrowback #batnipples #umathurmanpoisonivy #aliciasilverstonebatgirl #bane #poisonivy #batgirl #batman #mrfreeze #nipplemanrules

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Christian Bale, Batman Begings, 2005

Ben Affleck, Batman Vs. Superman, 2016