Out Now Commentary: Batman & Robin (1997)

This month’s Out Now with Aaron and Abe commentary is ready to let every chill and have a cool party with the Dark Knight. Aaron is joined by Brandon Peters, Scott Mendelson, and Terence Johnson to discuss Batman & Robin, the infamous superhero film from director Joel Schumacher. The podcast finally delivers on the concluding entry of one era of Batman, with plenty of insight into what this film was going for, what it was able to accomplish, and why its reputation is what it is. The group covers the cast, the tone, the fallout from a film like this, and the evolution of Batman over time. There are also plenty of tangents, Arnold thoughts, and other stories to go along with what’s taking place in this color superhero movie that is certainly unlike anything else out there. So now, if you’ve got a couple of hours to kill…

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