Batman - Return to the Batcave
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Adam West and Burt Ward are taken on a crazy adventure when the Batmobile is stolen from a car museum and they must track down the thief and return it. After solving a puzzle, they realize that the clues to finding the fiend who stole the Batmobile are hidden in their past
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I watched this movie last night and really enjoyed it. I imagined this as a true love letter to fans. I was correct, there are a lot of inside jokes that I loved. The parts about hiding Robin's 'junk' due to letters from a Catholic organization was so funny! Seeing Adam and Burt with Julie Newmar, Lee Meriwether and even Frank Gorshin was a 'hoot'! This was made before the legal issues were resolved and the episodes were not commercially available. I loved how they used scenes from the Batman movie and younger actors portraying our heroes in the 60's. It wouldn't have worked any other way. What moved me the most was seeing the Batcave again. They must have spent a fortune just doing this! The theme song is a rap version of the original. The writing is smart and funny. If you have not seen this, I recommend it highly for true fans. I sure laughed a lot!
Then there is the 'straight' half of the film, which plays as a rather good biopic of actually getting BATMAN on to the small screen to begin with. This section is actually the better half of the two and fusing both halves together is a bit of a mixed bag as results go. Neither section really fits well with the other and I got he feeling that they should both have been given a full 2hr slot each to fill.
Still it has its value as a companion piece to the actual 1966 movie, and the series (when is that coming out again, by the way...?) and that lovely vehicle is never a chore to look at (Thank you George B).
Good for BM fans.
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