“I am vengeance, I am the night, I am Batman!”

Imagine you’re on a date and just leaving the midnight showing of Skyfall. It’s dark, cold, and you’re walking to your car. As the crowd disperses, a few men start walking behind you as you walk across the empty parking lot. As you get closer and closer to your car, you notice the group is walking faster and getting awkwardly close to you two and your car is the only one is sight. As you go to open the door they push you against the car and demand for you money and pull out a knife. You fumble and pull out your cash, dropping it on the ground. There’s a whoosh of material and sound of struggle. You look up and the thieves are on the ground writhing in pain. You notice in the corner a dark figure and you lock onto eye starring back at you. You turn your head to look at your date and next thing you know, whatever was there is gone. Could it be? Is it really? I had to be… Batman…

Batman originally appeared in the 1930’s and was known to have the comedic “BOOM! POW” with Adam West. Tim Burton’s Batman now takes a darker spin filled with Prince being played in the background and sets up the Batman Anthology that ran into the late 90’s.

If you’re looking to find the backstory of how Batman is developed, this isn’t the movie for you. You are immediately immersed into action with the bad guys fearing “The Bat!”

Bruce Wayne may look like a pushover, but rest assured, this glasses wearing, tuxedo sporting millionaire has deep hatred in his blood for those evil-doers and his solution is a  glove covered back fist! Played by Michael Keaton, who starred in Gung Ho and was fresh from another famous Tim Burton film, Beetlejuice, had the right attitude and innocence to pull of the role.

Jack Napier, who is turned into Joker, is played by Jack Nicholson. Being known more for his role in The Shining, Nicholson is able to play the nuisance role superbly

Accompanied by the BEAUTIFUL Vicky Vale, Kim Basinger, this movie is able to not only pit Batman versus Joker to save Gotham, but the damsel in distress. Just like all the movies from the 80’s, this one has the potential to make your night at home just as nostalgic.

Make sure to check this out and see what inspired the Batman Animated Series.

 

Top 10 Songs 25 Years Ago

According to Rolling Stone, here are the top 10 songs during this week 25 years ago (Oct. 1987)

Clearly, “Casanova” perhaps sums up perfectly what was wrong with music from the 80s, while “Lost in Emotion” captures the sense of fun of the music of the 80s.

 

1.  “Here I Go Again” by Whitesnake

2.  “Lost in Emotion” by Lisa Lisa and Cult Jam

3.  “Carrie” by Europe

4.  “I Heard A Rumor” by Bananarama

5. “U Got the Look”  by Prince


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6.  “Didn’t We Almost Have It All” by Whitney Houston

Whitney Houston – Didn’t We Almost Have It All (Official Music Video).

7.  “Who Will You Run To” by Heart

8.  “Bad” by Michael Jackson


9.  “Paper in Fire” by John Cougar Mellencamp

10.  “Casanova” by Levert