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Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_1'); })After the release of Batman Returns, Warner Bros. was in something of a difficult position. While they wanted to wallpaper their holiday mansions with $100 bills and Batman was obviously the franchise to bet on, the extremely dark and depressing storyline of Batman Returns made it a harder sell to their intended audience, namely everybody in the world. It wasn't exactly a family movie. By now, they wanted something different for the next film, limiting Tim Burton to the role of producer and hiring Joel Schumacher to take over directing duties. And for good or for ill, Batman Forever was certainly different.Bruce Wayne/Batman (Val Kilmer) is battling Harvey Dent/Two-Face (Tommy Lee Jones), a struggle that gets tougher when Edward Nygma/The Riddler (Jim Carrey) enters the picture, as both have personal vendettas against the Bat for the former and Bruce Wayne for the latter. Bruce finds an ally in orphaned acrobat Dick Grayson (Chris O'Donnell), who discovers his secret and becomes Robin with the initial intent of taking revenge against Two-Face, who killed his family. As a sub-plot, Bruce deals with a budding romance with psychiatrist Dr. Chase Meridian (Nicole Kidman), something that naturally causes some problems because of his double-life.Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_2'); })The movie is brighter, and the tone is softer, but other than that, it is considered to still be an entertaining film. One of the elements it's praised for is trying to further explore the character of Batman, giving him an arc the previous films lacked. Kilmer's Bruce Wayne is generally comparable next to Keaton, but some fans have argued that he has a better build and physical resemblance to Batman — in fact, Bob Kane himself thought that Kilmer was the best Batman yet. Chris O'Donnell was a strong choice as Dick Grayson, mixing in elements of both the older Nightwing and the Jason Todd Robin.Continued with Batman & Robin.
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Canon Foreigner: Chase Meridian was created for the film. Dick Grayson never had a brother (not that his brother lived very long in the movie). Sugar and Spice are more or less Two-Face's answer to Harley Quinn. They were later made Canon Immigrants in the Arkham City #1 comic (suggesting further use for the duo), though they don't appear in the game itself.
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Age Lift
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Age Lift: In the comics Dick Grayson was a pre-teen when his parents were killed, much like Bruce, and started his career as Robin soon after. Here Dick's age is left vague but implied he is or at least approaching college age. Batman: The Animated Series did something similar, except making him the same age as when his parents were killed but a college aged adult in the present stories (which, by that time, he had taken up the name Nightwing, see Composite Character).
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Gatling Good
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Gatling Good: Two-Face mooks give the Batmobile a chase with 1950 Buicks that have pairs of miniguns on their hoods.
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Bloodless Carnage
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Bloodless Carnage: The Graysons lying dead on the circus floor. Also, Bruce's head wound.
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Dragon-in-Chief
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Alternatively, Two-Face could be the Dragon-in-Chief to Riddler's Big Bad Wannabe.
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Madness Mantra
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Madness Mantra: Bruce Wayne's verdict on the Box technology is that it raises too many ethical "questions." This remark definitely shakes up Nygma; he's heard repeating it to himself while sitting amidst his smoldering lair.
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Trailers Always Spoil: The music video for "Kiss From A Rose" by Seal shows the scene where Batman destroys The Box, where The Riddler is stockpiling people's brainwaves, and the video for "Hold Me Thrill Me Kiss Me Kill Me" by U2 shows Batman saving a captive Robin from being dropped into the pit below the Riddler's island. In other words, the two videos combined showed the majority of the movie's climax.
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Negated Moment of Awesome: In a deleted scene (retained in the novel), Riddler hacks into the Batmobile, causing Batman to crash headlong into a 'crime scene'...which turns out to be an all-night hair salon. Cue much chortling and sarcastic offers to "trim the ears" as he stomps off, furious.
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Villain Team-Up
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Villain Teamup: Two-Face and The Riddler
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Not-So-Harmless Villain
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Not-So-Harmless Villain: On the one hand, The Riddler is played by Jim Carrey at the height of his Large Ham comedy days, he looks ridiculous in the Riddler outfits, and he's just plain weird. On the other hand, he terminates his boss by letting him drop hundreds of feet into the ocean out of a glass window, founded and built a hugely successful company and made a fortune from it, became a super-intelligent genius with his invention and used it to discover Batman's true identity, invaded Bruce's mansion to blow up the Batcave and most of Bruce's equipment (including the Batmobile and his suits), and if not for his psychological need to have Bruce live so he could show him up, Nygma could have killed him outright. Within the four Burton/Schumacher films, Edward Nygma is the most dangerous enemy Batman ever faced. The only reason Batman and Robin even make it to his base is because he didn't anticipate Batman having a Batcave under the Batcave. Two-Face may have gone a bit overboard with the Giggling Villain riff, but he had Batman a thread away from death on at least two occasions: when he buried Batman alive with the cave-in caused by his grenade launcher, and during the invasion of Wayne Manor. In these instances, only the last minute intervention of another party saved The Dark Knight's bacon: Robin digging him out in the former, and The Riddler preventing Dent from finishing Bruce's off with a point-blank headshot in the latter.
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All There in the Manual
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All There in the Manual: Sugar and Spice are only named in tie-in materials and the film's closing credits.
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Title Drop: In a way, "Forever" is heard twice in the whole movie.
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And This Is for...
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And This Is for...: When Robin confronts Two-Face. "That was for my mother!" (punch) "My father!" (punch) "My brother!" ("punch") "And this is for me!" ("headbutt")
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The Cameo
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The Cameo: Dick attracts a couple of curious hookers while joyriding in Batman's car. These ladies of the night are played by the nineties R&B group En Vogue. Gossip Gerty is portrayed by Elizabeth Sanders, Batman co-creator Bob Kane's wife.
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Actually a Doombot
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Two-Face is fought twice, promptly keeling over once his stamina is drained (only for Batman to fail to apprehend him for some unexplainable reason), while the Riddler is fought countless times thanks to Nygma's "holograms." Two-Face's henchwenches also appear as sub-bosses, although Sugar is, depressingly, a palette swap of Spice. (So much for kick boxing with Drew Barrymore in an SNES game.) Interestingly, Two-Face does not have an Ambidextrous Sprite: his moves vary depending on which side is facing the screen.
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Villain Song: "The Riddler" by Method Man.
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Green-Eyed Monster
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Green-Eyed Monster: The Riddler, fittingly enough. At first, his fixation with his boss is simple hero worship, but it becomes a desire to Kill and Replace Bruce in Gotham's social circle after Bruce rejects his dangerous product idea. Even at his launch party, after Nygma sculpts his hair and dons a fake mole and identical suit to match Bruce Wayne's, the press still flocks around the Waynetech CEO. Edward is shown standing off the side, absolutely fuming.
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Deadly Game
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Deadly Game: The Riddler wheeling out his two hostages, Chase and Dick. He reads off smarmy, game show-like biographies of each (using his cane as a microphone) while Harvey does his Ed MacMahon impression in the back.
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Legitimate Businessmen's Social Club
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Legitimate Businessmen's Social Club: Edward Nygma's criminal hideout is 'hidden' within the dome of his own Box factory.
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Ironic Echo: Edward Nygma twists with this trope after Fred fires him and Nygma has him dangling off a window.
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Mythology Gag: There are a few of these regarding Robin. The "holey rusted metal" bit is a reference to the '60s show, and when pondering what his superhero alias should be, Dick Grayson considers "Nightwing." The Flying Graysons outfits are a combination of the original Robin costume and the one from Batman: The Animated Series (which was in turn based on Tim Drake's Robin costume in the comics). Also one to the greater DCU, when Bruce mentions the circus must be half way to Metropolis. Robin's conflict with Two-Face is a reference to Jason Todd, the second Robin in the Bat-comics, who was confronted with the same decision. One of the alter-egos Nygma came up with was "The Puzzler," who was a villain in the 1960s Batman series. The exterior shot of Nygma's apartment shows that it's located next to a sign advertising the Criss-Cross Cleaning Company. In his first comic appearance, the Riddler hijacks a similar sign to pose a riddle to Batman. The character of Dr. Burton was intended, visually and name-wise, to be a shout out to previous Batman director Tim Burton.
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Verbal Tic: With the exception of a single line, Two-Face constantly refers to himself as "we." The credits even list him as "Harvey Dent/Harvey Two-Face."
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Two-Headed Coin: Two-Face, as always. In one scene, however, he keeps flipping the coin until he gets the outcome he wants, making it a Double Subversion. Maybe. As seen on the Fridge page, there's a theory that he was counting each clear shot at Bruce as a separate attempt deserving a separate toss. In the end, Two-Face forgets his shtick entirely and Batman has to remind him of it before he just shoots him; this is not completely unfaithful to the comics, where he is sometimes presented as a thoroughly evil man who sticks to his coin-toss policy out of professional pride.
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Trap Door: Rather than waste time trekking all the way to the Batcave from his plant, Bruce has a manhole installed directly under his office chair. Once in freefall, he gets deposited into a sarcophagus which travels at high speed until it reaches the cave.
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Martial Arts and Crafts
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Dick does his own laundry by using moves adapted from martial arts, showing that he is more than an acrobat.
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Non-Indicative Name: Why are they calling a blender-shaped mind manipulator a "box"? Television's often called "the idiot box," isn't it? Also, "The Box" is just a brand name...it's nondescript enough to be the most talked-about item on the shelves. Besides, who would buy it if it was called something like "the Mind Blender"?
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Nightmare Fetishist
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Nightmare Fetishist: While everyone else is horrified about the chaos Two-Face causes at the circus, Nygma watches it on television with delight while eating popcorn.
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Halloween Episode
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Halloween Episode: There is a Halloween party here in the Wayne Manor, and while Bruce and Chase reminisce, Alfred hands out the candy to trick-or-treaters. Two of them, however, are more than just begging for candy...
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Impossibly Tacky Clothes: Harvey Two Face, natch. He (or "they," as he may insist you call him) wears a variety of two-toned suits throughout the film: a patchwork of garish animal prints (in pastel, no less); a Judas Priest getup with leather and chains; and his comparatively mild ringmaster outfit and tuxedo. The left side of the tux is patterned to resemble blood streaks.
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The Dreaded
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The Dreaded: Dick goes off on his first night as a vigilante and quickly gets overwhelmed by a gang. Then Batman shows up and the entire gang scatters in terror.
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Ambiguously Jewish
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Ambiguously Jewish: The bank guard taken hostage by Two-Face. Think you can kvetch a little more, guy?
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Fantastic Drug
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Fantastic Drug: Taking hits from Nygma's machine is apparently quite addictive. The Riddler himself spends hours on a stylized throne shaped like "The Thinker," jittering like a coke fiend as he sucks up more thoughts and knowledge.
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Sophisticated as Hell
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Sophisticated as Hell: Inverted. Chase, in a hurry to be rid of Bruce, dismisses his riddle-loving stalker as a "total wacko." Bruce asks whether that's a term they teach in academia, and Chase retorts with a long, professional-sounding diagnosis.
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Scary Black Man
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Scary Black Man: The Neon Gang boss is a towering piece of bad news, as Dick finds out.
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Supervillain Lair
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Supervillain Lair: Two-Face's base is hidden in the fixtures of a bridge and is split down the middle between an art deco suite from the 1960s and some kind of S&M dungeon. Nygma, starting his criminal career from the ground up, gradually builds himself a throne room filled with all the question marks his heart desires.
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It Will Never Catch On
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It Will Never Catch On: After Nygma shows off his brainbox, Bruce is put off by the ethical implications of digging into peoples' minds. Later with enough capital backing him up, Nygma manages to turn his invention into a lucrative business that rivals even Waynetech.
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Tuxedo and Martini
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While Batman brawls with his posse at the Ritz Gotham, a tuxedo-clad Harvey is nonchalantly sipping (yes) two cocktail martinis, watching the scene with amusement.
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Incredibly Obvious Bomb
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Incredibly Obvious Bomb: Two-Face somehow smuggles a wrecking ball-sized explosive into the Hippodome.
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Create Your Own Villain
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Create Your Own Villain: Bruce Wayne created the Riddler by turning down Nygma's brainwave manipulation ideas. In addition, Batman couldn't save Harvey Dent from getting a glass of acid in the face and becoming Two-Face.
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Destination Defenestration
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Destination Defenestration: Nygma kills Stickley by sending him crashing through a window (pausing the deed momentarily to retrieve some equipment), whose murder is covered up to look like a suicide plunge.
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Kinda Busy Here
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Kinda Busy Here: Alfred interrupts an intimate liaison to report that "Master Dick" has... borrowed "the other car."
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Walk-In Chime-In
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Walk-In Chime-In: As if breaking into Two-Face's hideout wasn't enough, the Riddler interrupts him during dinner! Curiously, upon second viewing and looking closely behind Spice while Sugar displays her dinner, it looks as if Jim Carrey wasn't hidden well enough before his big Riddler debut as you can see a bit of green in the background. It's almost as if they did so intentionally so that Carrey would know when his cue was.
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Inkblot Test
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Inkblot Test: Bruce comments on a Rorschach Test on Chase's wall, mistaking it for a painting of a bat. That said, it is very difficult to see it as anything else◊.
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Mad Scientist
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Mad Scientist: The Riddler, in a change from his comic book origins, is a brilliant scientist who develops a machine—the Box—that transforms any television image into a three-dimensional example of virtual reality—and, quite by accident, pulls neural energy from anyone viewing the images and broadcasts it directly into his head, making him smarter and exposing all of their secrets to him. The "mad" part is hinted at throughout his introduction, and by the time that both Stickley and Bruce reject the Box, he's gone completely off the deep end.
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Fan Disillusionment
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Fan Disillusionment: Nygma, after Bruce rejects his project.
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Never Heard That One Before
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Never Heard That One Before: Bats aren't rodents, Doctor Meridian. In the novelization, Batman has apparently heard this line so many times he starts listing off the taxonomic ranks of a bat so he can specify exactly where a bat stops sharing similarities with a rodent. Riddler's jibe to Two-Face, "That's never gonna heal if you don't stop picking." Ho ho ho! *cocks gun*
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Split Personality
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Split Personality: One the film's major themes is the notion of duality, and it manifests in three of the major characters: The most obvious example is Harvey Dent/Two-Face, but it's a rather complicated case. In the comics and animated series, Harvey Dent does go insane, but it's clear that "Two-Face" is a title he has given himself rather than a separate individual. Here, though, Two-Face is an entirely separate personality from Dent, and the two apparently share a single body; Dent is the "good" side that looks mostly human, while Two-Face is the purple, acid-scarred, "bad" one. This is further emphasized by Dent/Two-Face consistently referring to himself with plural pronouns ("The Bat's stubborn refusal to expire...is DRIVING US INSANE!"), having Sugar and Spice prepare two separate dinners for him (one for each half), and, during the finale, leaping out of the shadows and introducing himself twice. Edward Nygma / The Riddler seems to be showing the symptoms as well (and, at the end of the movie, goes batshit insane, believing that he is the Batman). Bruce Wayne / Batman visits Dr. Chase Meridian, who discusses and lampshades the trope to him.
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Magical Security Cam
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Magical Security Cam: Bruce has archive footage of Chase doing a slo-mo Hair Flip. He has even more screens in Batman & Robin, prompting Bill Corbett to wonder how many security cameras Bruce Wayne has secretly installed around Gotham to get all this footage. Maroni's murder trial must have been an even bigger media circus than O.J. Simpson's. The cameras perfectly capture the acid attack, Batman's intervention, and even a close-up of Dent getting splattered in 800 ISO. (A similar narrative device would be used for Mr. Freeze's origin story in the following movie.)
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Batman Gambit
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Batman Gambit: Lampshaded when Chase tells the Riddler that Batman will come to his base to rescue her. Nygma showed this during his expo for his Box device. Before dancing with Chase, Edward constantly tried to goad Bruce Wayne into trying out his new invention (which to him raised too many questions, if you recall). He fails spectacularly, but Bruce decides to check out the mechanics behind the images. When Bruce takes out the battery for the machine with Sugar's help (Sugar is Nygma's companion for the night), he walks into the room with a deactivated Box...until Sugar reveals that she had a spare battery on her, courtesy of Edward. Appropriately, the trope namer himself pulls one to beat Two-Face. Two-Face has Batman and his friends dead to rights, until Batman helpfully reminds him that he always flips his coin to decide if he's going to kill somebody...then, when Two-Face makes the flip, Batman pulls a handful of extra coins out and throws them into the air. Two-Face, panicking, tries to catch them all and falls to his death.
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Actor Allusion
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Actor Allusion: Jim Carrey once performed a standup routine about impulses and how important it is to control them. In this film, the Riddler calls Two Face out on having a serious impulse control problem. When Bruce insists Robin should be called "Dick Grayson College Student." To which Dick replied "Screw you!" It's hard to blame Chris O'Donnell seeing how the last college he was in, involved nearly getting expelled and putting up with Al Pacino. After the Batcave is destroyed, Batman is left to choose between a boat and an aircraft to go after the Riddler. You just know Val Kilmer would pick the aircraft. The novelization gives Riddler one when you remember who plays him in the movie; during his triumphant raid on the Batcave, at one point he whispers, "Somebody, stop me!"
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Dunking the Bomb
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Dunking the Bomb: A bomb gets set up by Two-Face at the circus; it gets disposed by being dropped into the nearby harbor.
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All in the Eyes
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All in the Eyes: The deleted scene showing Bruce finding his father's red book again has a light shone to his eyes to highlight him discovering shocking revelation from within its pages.
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Crapsaccharine World
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There have actually been arguments put forward that, in many ways, this movie is as dark as the Burton films. Bright neon makes the city look garish and ugly, at least as much as the gothic look of the older films. In many ways the Gotham shown in this film is an almost Blade Runner-esque dystopia obsessed with looking glamorous and getting away from reality. One comic artist specifically complimented the use of neon and bright colors, figuring that a town run entirely by greed and crime would look like Las Vegas, i.e. Sin City.
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Cut His Heart Out with a Spoon
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Cut His Heart Out with a Spoon: Two-Face's introduction to the Riddler. *click* "Let's see if you bleed green." He also says that he should crush Edward's "bones into powder" for invading his lair.
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Always Need What You Gave Up
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Always Need What You Gave Up: Due to the Graysons' forgoing the safety net for their death defying stunt, Dick's family ends up falling to the deaths when Two-Face shoots them down. Almost immediately after Bruce Wayne foregoes his Batman identity, Two-Face and The Riddler invade Wayne Manor, nearly kill Bruce, kidnap Chase Meridian, and destroy the Batcave.
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Cast of Snowflakes
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Due to the dearth of memory on offer, there are about 5 or so regular enemies total, with two (the inmate and the clown) appearing only in their respective stages. Unlike most brawlers, each crook gets their own nickname. In Final Fight and Streets of Fury, no attempt was made to hide the fact that you keep fighting the same guy.
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Ungrateful Bastard
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Ungrateful Bastard: Bruce, after Dick saves him. He just doesn't want him getting involved.
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Broken Aesop
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Broken Aesop: Bruce spends the entire movie telling Dick he can't kill Two-Face because it's wrong and won't fix anything. Finally, towards the end, Dick (as Robin) learns his lesson and saves Two-Face from dying even though it means getting captured. And then Batman kills Two-Face anyway. In the novel it's different; Batman attempts to stymie Two-Face by knocking his coin away. He catches it anyway, and then Robin calls him out on never turning the coin on himself. He checks the coin in his fist, and lets go of the girder he was clinging to. Robin then says he didn't mean to kill him, and Batman says that Two-Face just made his first choice in a long time. Another person put it nicely as being a "kill or be killed" type of situation, since they were all trapped on a ledge while Two-Face has them at gunpoint, and Batman probably had no other options since he had to keep him from hurting Robin and Chase. Or maybe he didn't intend on making him fall to his death. Though it is notable that he makes no effort to try catching him, either via grabbing or grapnel. He might have been out of grapnel lines after his final rescue, but you'd think Batman would at least try a lunging grab, especially since Two-Face just inferred on his final line that he and Bruce knew each other personally ("Thank you Bruce, you've always been a good friend").
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Guttural Growler
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Batman is introduced gearing up, and then standing next to Batmobile, ready for action. Then Alfred asks him if he'd like to take a sandwich with him (a pretty blatant product placement tie-in ["I'll get drive-through" was on every channel in 1995], but still in-character from Alfred).
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Recycled Soundtrack
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Recycled Soundtrack: Elliot Goldenthal recycled a track from Alien³ in the scene when Dick chases the gang into an alley and the fight music from Demolition Man.
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Damsel in Distress
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Damsel in Distress: Two-Face and Riddler crash Bruce's private Halloween evening with Chase Meridian and kidnap her to lure out Batman for a proper showdown.
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Zerg Rush
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Zerg Rush: Dick easily takes a out a few Thriller wannabes, but they soon overwhelm him in number.
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Face-Revealing Turn
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Face-Revealing Turn: Our introduction to Two-Face. He delights in grossing out a security guard with his scarred, veiny side of his head.
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Screw the Rules, I'm Doing What's Right!
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Screw the Rules, I'm Doing What's Right!: Bruce Wayne grants Stickley's family full death benefits, even though his death was initially ruled a suicide, which nominally would have disqualified him from death benefits. He probably knew something was fishy.
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Ask a Stupid Question...
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Ask a Stupid Question...: Robin snooping around the Batcave entrance, which is disguised as a silver closet. "What's in there?"
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Pretty in Mink
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Sugar and Spice fill these roles for Two-Face. Sugar is a stereotypical Prohibition-era moll, and Spice is a whip-cracking goth dominatrix. Later, at Nygmatech's launch party, Sugar hangs on "Eddie's" arm while Spice crashes the party with Harvey.
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Badass in Distress
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Badass in Distress: Even after donning his official Robin-suit, Dick's still new to crime fighting, and has to be rescued by Batman in the climax.
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Death by Adaptation
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Death by Adaptation: Batman is forced to exploit Two-Face's obsession with his coin, which leads to him falling to his death.
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Broken Ace
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Broken Ace: This film emphasizes Bruce Wayne as this. Everyone wants to be with him and Ed Nygma wants to be him. Deep down, he is an emotional train wreck.
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Laughing Mad
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Laughing Mad: Riddle doesn't take his defeat well.
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Mood-Swinger
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Mood-Swinger: To the Riddler's chagrin. When the District Attorney side is in control, Two-Face speaks in an oily voice—that is, until something irritates him. Then he immediately snaps back in a decibel-blasting roar.
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Uncanny Valley Makeup
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Uncanny Valley Makeup: Debi Mazar as Spice.
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Old Media Are Evil
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Old Media Are Evil: The Riddler's device feeds on idle, middle-class families staring droolingly at a television all day. That is literally his entire base of power.
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No Guy Wants to Be Chased
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No Guy Wants to Be Chased: Geddit? Seriously, though, Bruce mostly seems pained that Chase is only interested in the Batman.
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See You in Hell
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See You in Hell: Two-Face says this to Robin while hanging from a ledge. Robin responds by rescuing him and saying, "I'd rather see you in jail."
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The Coroner Doth Protest Too Much
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The Coroner Doth Protest Too Much: The doctored security tape shows Nygma's boss running toward a window — complete with jazz hands — laughing cartoonishly and then jumping to his death. Subtle.
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Evil Makes You Ugly
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Evil Makes You Ugly: After being short-circuited by his own device, Nygma's bumpy head is swathed in bandages, meaning he won't be imitating Bruce Wayne, CEO again anytime soon.
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Body Horror
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Body Horror: Riddler's facial warping after Batman destroys his Box hub. It's not just a funny-looking effect. When Batman retrieves him after his defeat, his skull is lumpier than it was before, and his left ear is a full length lower than it should be. And people claim this movie isn't dark...
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Pre-Mortem One-Liner
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Pre-Mortem One-Liner: Before killing Stickley, Eddie Nygma says, "You are fired! Or should I say... terminated?"
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Crazy-Prepared
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Crazy-Prepared: After The Riddler has his way with the Batcave, we find out the Bruce doesn't keep all his wonderful toys on the main floor, but there's actually more underneath in the depths of the cave, including the Batplane and Batboat. In the comic novelization, Alfred explicitly calls it "The Cave Under The Cave." The Batmobile comes equipped with grappling hooks of its own so it can escape dead ends by climbing walls.
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Sampling
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Sampling: The SNES/Genesis game samples Two-Face's line "If the Bat wants to play, we'll play!" from the trailer.
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Bond One-Liner
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Bond One-Liner: The Riddler whacking his boss with a coffee pot: "Caffeine'll kill ya!" And then after letting him fall down: "OOOO! Nice form, but a little rough on the landing. He may have to settle for the bronze."
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Ignored Confession
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Ignored Confession: Two-Face is about to detonate the bomb in the circus when Bruce Wayne stands up and proclaims that he's Batman in order to stop the murder, but the audience has erupted into a frenzy and nobody notices Wayne's confession.
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Book-Ends
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Book-Ends: It's implied the Riddler winds up in his partner's old cell at Arkham, but the prologue featuring Two-Face's escape was cut.
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Le Parkour
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Le Parkour: How Dick breaks into the Batcave. Granted, it ends with an embarrassing spill down a flight of stone stairs.
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If You Kill Him, You Will Be Just Like Him
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If You Kill Him, You Will Be Just Like Him: Robin's decision at the climax regarding Two-Face is based on this trope — he winds up captive due to sparing the villain. Words of wisdom from Bruce: Humorously averted by Riddler.
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Moon Logic Puzzle
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Moon Logic Puzzle: The "solution" to the Riddler's riddles seems to stray into this territory, where the solution is to ignore the actual answers to the riddles and focus on the numbers in them, which when transposed to alphabetical letters give you "M-R-E," which is a homonym for "mystery," a synonym for which is "enigma," which added to the original answer gives you a rough approximation of "Mr. E. Nygma," or Edward Nygma. The jump in logic comes with there being four numbers given, 13-1-8-5, which translates to M-A-H-E on the alphabet. Somehow, Bruce immediately puts together that "1 and 8 are 18", as opposed to finding a sum of a combination of numbers, which produces the correct M-R-E answer Edward was giving.
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Badass Family
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Badass Family: After Two-Face unveils the giant bomb in the grand circus event, the entire Grayson family immediately and without question springs into action to successfully save the day. Unfortunately, it costs most of them their lives.
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Death Trap
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Death Trap: The interior of the bank safe in which Two-Face locks Batman is filled with acid nozzles, which will kill Batman but keep the money pristine and secure, which is actually clever. Later on, the Riddler rigs an elaborate pit with sharp rocks and a descending ceiling, all of which ends up claiming Two-Face instead.
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10-Minute Retirement
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10-Minute Retirement: Bruce attempts to give up on being Batman in order to have a normal life with Chase, realizing the psychiatrist wants him over his crimefighter persona. Too bad it's short-lived after Two-Face and Riddler raid Wayne Manor with their knowledge of his secret. That and moments before, he relived the pain of his parents' death, reminding him why he became Batman. By the end of the film, while he may still desire for a normal life, he realize he can't give up being Batman either.
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Bat Deduction
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Bat Deduction: Bruce discovers who the Riddler is through a series of riddles left to him, which he discovers is meant to indicate a series of numbers corresponding to letters of the alphabet. They spell out "M-R-E," which Bruce deciphers as "mystery" and "Mr. E," leading to the conclusion of Edward Nygma. However there was more to his conclusion than just the riddles, not the least of which is that Nygma started up a company to rival Bruce's in the wake of a crime wave from the Riddler and Two-Face, and combined with the circumstances under which he left Bruce's company, the leap wasn't hard to make. The Riddler gets his own variant, presumably using The Box on various crooks around town in order to glean the location of Two-Face's hideaway. In the novel, the explanation makes a bit more sense: He simply traced back the anonymous orders of custom two-toned suits, half-and-half pizza, and the like.
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Police Are Useless
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Police Are Useless: Take a close look at Stickley's "suicide note." Maybe Gordon's getting a bit long in the tooth for this job... In the establishing shot of Two-Face's hideout, we see a number of police cruisers roar right past it, sirens blaring all the way. Gotham Police Officer: (Pointing to a giant green question mark above the Bat Signal) "Who the hell's doin' that?" invoked Commissioner Gordon: (In reference to the green question mark, which is a laser beam quite obviously being projected from Nygma's island) "Where's that comin' from?"
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Adaptation Distillation
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Adaptation Distillation: The integration of Robin merged together his younger, more carefree days with his older incarnation (before he became Nightwing) as a Deadpan Snarker foil to Batman's Unfunny. See also Composite Character. Many superhero movies (especially sequels) have a hard time managing the villains' origin and Evil Scheme while still making it feel like it is the hero's movie (even The Dark Knight has been criticized on that part). This movie actually dedicates a good portion to specifically Bruce Wayne and not just "Batman stops the bad guy." While the Tim Burton movies are for the most part praised and loved, many people were unnerved with Batman's willingness to kill. Batman Forever manages to set up Batman's "no kill" rule rather plausibly, strongly suggesting that after killing the Joker for killing his parents, Bruce wasn't satisfied and kept killing criminals before he realized he had become a monster and learned to let go of revenge.
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False Reassurance
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False Reassurance: Nygma wheels Stickley straight into an office window, but as he's still connected to a God helmet, he dangles precariously from the ledge. Nygma, seeing this, rushes over to save the day — but only to retrieve his helmet.
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Disney Villain Death
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Disney Villain Death: After saving Robin and Chase from falling to their deaths, Batman is then confronted by Two-Face. Batman then tricks him to fall down instead with a fistful of coins that he throws in the air when Harvey makes another of his signature coin tosses.
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Gang of Hats
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Gang of Hats: The glowstick gang. (Also colloquially known as the Neon Gang or Blacklight Gang.) Their skull makeup and tassels call to mind a Voodoo Cult as filtered through a modern lens. And then there is Two-Face's gang, which is sizable. Each mook is a variation on the standard leather vested, heavily-pierced biker type, with a Deathstroke-style ski mask to complete the picture. In the game version, Two-Face has a separate set of mooks in orange zoot suits, to match his unblemished side.
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Suddenly SHOUTING!
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Suddenly SHOUTING!: Riddler gets to indulge in this. It comes with being a Large Ham played by Jim Carrey.
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Form-Fitting Wardrobe
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Form-Fitting Wardrobe: First appearance of the bat-nipples. Good God, the frickin' bat nipples. As one critic pointed out, whose idea were those supposed to be, Alfred's? The bat buns. Apparently, the bat-suit comes with a bat-wedgie. Jim Carrey's Riddler spandex is a little TOO form fitting...
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We Have Reserves
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We Have Reserves: When his chopper pilot helpfully points out the black-clad superhero on their windshield, Two-Face simply shoots through him. (Yep, he literally shoots the messenger.) Later, his RPG misses the physics-defying Batmobile and slams into a carload of his own mooks instead.
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BadassNormal
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Badass Normal: Dick earns his stripes well before he becomes Robin.
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Always Save the Girl
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Always Save the Girl: Dick almost dies fulfilling this trope. He even snogs the girl at the end... but forgets to wait until he's safely out of the alleyway.
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I'm a Doctor, Not a Placeholder
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I'm a Doctor, Not a Placeholder: The Bat-Signal gets commandeered by Chase as part of an odd, superheroic version of OKCupid, leading to the popular line "The Batsignal is not a beeper!"
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Author Appeal
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Author Appeal: Joel Schumacher saw fit to include shots of Batman's and Robin's asses when trying on the new suits, zeroing in on rubber nipples and a wedgie. Schumacher is utterly unrepentant on his commentary track, advising viewers to "get out more." Gotham City is simply littered with ripped guys with well-oiled torsos. Every last one of Two-Face's Mooks, for instance. Schumacher is apparently also quite fond of black lights, pastel colors and rave lighting. Both of his Batmobiles (Forever and Batman & Robin) were tricked out with LED undercar lights, much like an illegal street racer, and the mooks are all wearing neon in some form or fashion (the Neon Gang's clothing, makeup, graffiti and glowsticks, as well as the "Yin Yangs" on Two-Face's SMGs). And then there's the Riddler's factory, which doesn't pretend to be anything besides an evil discotheque. Gotham itself is a lot more colorful than in Burton's day, brightening more and more as the night goes on: at dusk, the city is cloaked with pastel light fixtures, suggesting a Japanophile's take on the Dark Knight. (Indeed, the exterior shots of the Second Bank of Gotham borrows liberally from Blade Runner.) Even The City Narrows — where no light can even penetrate — is wallpapered with glow in the dark paint.
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Brought Down to Normal
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Batman smashes the Riddler's giant Box, causing his brain to overload with information. The novelization shows Nygma Brought Down to Normal again, unable to remember how his gadgets worked and feebly trying to piece them together.
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Evil Laugh
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Evil Laugh: Nearly half of Jones' and Carrey's dialogue consists of cackling at the ceiling. In Two-Face's stronghold, when the crime boss holds a hapless Riddler at gunpoint, it is Spice who giggles like a schoolgirl while fondling her whip.
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Glasses Pull
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He's also donning and removing a pair of reading glasses at the exact same times Wayne does and has a matching artificial mole put on his face to match Wayne's.
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Improbable Weapon User
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Jerkass Has a Point
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Jerkass Has a Point: Fred Stickley goes out of his way to verbally put Nygma down at every opportunity he can find. However, he suspected that Nygma's project was an example of unethical brain manipulation, and when Nygma uses him as a guinea pig those suspicions are confirmed. He then pulls no punches in telling him exactly what's in store for him on account of his use of the company's resources for something as unethical as brain manipulation. Nygma does not take it well. However, it's not explicitly clear which came first: the abuse, or the unethical brain manipulation.
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Rich Idiot With No Day Job
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Rich Idiot With No Day Job: In comparison to the earlier films where Bruce Wayne was much more reclusive, this film has him as a charismatic socialite who actually pays attention to his company.
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Meaningful Name
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Meaningful Name: Chase (she chases Batman) Meridian (the balancing middle). Also openly acknowledged by the characters with Edward Nygma as in..E. Nygma or...enigma. Also Mr.E or Mystery In the comics, his birth name was Edward Nashton and he changed it to Nigma(/Nygma) himself, for both the pun and to distance himself from his abusive father.
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The Scream
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The Scream: Once the Riddler is bloodied and broken, Batman good-heartedly offers to help him to his feet — only for the Riddler to recoil in abject terror. All he sees is a giant bat.
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Moment of Awesome / Sugar Wiki
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After Batman survives Two-Face's attempt to incinerate him (in one of the most awesome Not Quite Dead moments Batman has ever had, as he comes running out of the fire, leaving Two-Face and his mooks jaw dropped), Two-Face, now mad with frustration screams, "WHY CAN'T YOU JUST DIIIIIE?!" and fires a grenade at the support Batman was standing on, causing the entire structure to collapse and bury him. This might have actually worked had Dick not come along to pull Batman out of there.
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Up to Eleven
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Besides the villains, Bob Kane's widow Elizabeth as Gossip Gerty, Gotham's resident Joan-Rivers-up-to-eleven.
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Calling Your Attacks
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Calling Your Attacks: There wasn't a particularly good reason for Dick to exclaim, "Now!" just before leaping from the balcony to try getting into the Batcave.
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Invoked Trope
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Invoked by Nicole Kidman playing Dr. Chase Meridian as a stereotypical 40's film noir heroine, with a raspy voice and seductive mannerisms. Subverted because she is not evil or even morally ambiguous; she is just fascinated by people with Split Personality.
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What an Idiot!
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invoked Commissioner Gordon: (In reference to the green question mark, which is a laser beam quite obviously being projected from Nygma's island) "Where's that comin' from?"
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Arc Words: "Too many questions."
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Whooshing Credits
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Whooshing Credits: And logo, too.
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I Don't Like the Sound of That Place
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I Don't Like the Sound of That Place: Nygma has a base on Claw Island ("subsequent supervillains will have to make do with building their bases on Gumdrop Island, or Fluffy Bunny Atoll.")
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Technical Pacifist
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Technical Pacifist: This is actually the first film of this series to portray Batman as this, rather than someone who is outright killing mooks.
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Hot Scientist
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Hot Scientist: Dr. Meridian is an unapologetic comic stereotype. Though WB fought against casting Kidman in the movie, on the grounds that she apparently isn't sexy enough(?).
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Vengeance Feels Empty: The film references this trope when Batman tries to persuade Dick Grayson not to pursue his revenge against Two-Face. The Riddler also uses this as a way to goad Two-Face into joining forces with him.
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Harmless Lady Disguise: During a Batmobile chase with Two-Face's cars, Two-Face himself steps out into the street disguised in a ratty shawl and pushing a baby carriage(!). This causes Batman to slow down a bit, like a good Gotham citizen, before Two-Face pulls a rocket launcher.
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Laughably Evil
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Laughably Evil: The Riddler's example is contagious. Two-Face gets into the gleeful spirit before long, especially during the Battleship game.
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Ready for Lovemaking
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Ready for Lovemaking: Parodied. In the Riddler's inner sanctum, Chase is chained to a (question mark-embroidered) chaise lounge, trapping her in this pose.
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Bullying a Dragon
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Bullying a Dragon: Fred Stickley threatens to haul Edward Nygma before a federal tribunal and have him incarcerated in an insane asylum after Nygma has not only disobeyed a direct order from Stickley, but also hit him in the head with a coffee pot, tied him up, and subjected him to a highly unethical and potentially life-threatening neurological experiment. And on top of all that, he fires Nygma; Edward does not take this well, and his reaction is swift and terrible.
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Establishing Character Moment
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Establishing Character Moment: Both Batman's and Bruce's first scenes establish the new depths to him not seen in the previous films. In the opening scene, Batman saves a mook from going down an elevator shaft, and Bruce's first scene is not him holed up in the Manor but actively involved in the daily operations at Wayne Enterprises.
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'Tis Only a Bullet in the Brain
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'Tis Only a Bullet in the Brain: During the siege of Wayne Manor, Bruce's forehead is grazed by Two-Face's bullet, causing him to tumble off a marble staircase. The fall seems to inflict more harm than the gun does.
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"Open!" Says Me: Bruce confuses Dr. Meridian's workout regimen with an intruder, and 'heroically' kicks down her office door. Chase drolly comments that Bruce Wayne, CEO can probably afford to buy her a new door, and Bruce feebly tries to prop it back onto its splintered frame, like that fixes it.
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Straw Nihilist
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Straw Nihilist: Two-Face's coin speech at the beginning of the film. This is about as faithful to the comics as Tommy Lee Jones is going to get, so fans will savor it.
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Large Ham
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On the one hand, The Riddler is played by Jim Carrey at the height of his Large Ham comedy days, he looks ridiculous in the Riddler outfits, and he's just plain weird. On the other hand, he terminates his boss by letting him drop hundreds of feet into the ocean out of a glass window, founded and built a hugely successful company and made a fortune from it, became a super-intelligent genius with his invention and used it to discover Batman's true identity, invaded Bruce's mansion to blow up the Batcave and most of Bruce's equipment (including the Batmobile and his suits), and if not for his psychological need to have Bruce live so he could show him up, Nygma could have killed him outright. Within the four Burton/Schumacher films, Edward Nygma is the most dangerous enemy Batman ever faced. The only reason Batman and Robin even make it to his base is because he didn't anticipate Batman having a Batcave under the Batcave.
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Spikes of Doom
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The Riddler poses one to Batman at the climax: either save Chase or save Robin (a choice that also represents his two personas: Bruce and Batman). Obviously, he manages to rescue both, although the movie tries to admit a bit more realism by having Batman make the second catch damn close to reaching the Spikes of Doom.
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Pun
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Edward Nygma / The Riddler seems to be showing the symptoms as well (and, at the end of the movie, goes batshit insane, believing that he is the Batman).
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Napoleon Delusion: The Riddler goes insane and believes he's Batman.
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Big Entrance
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Big Entrance: Two-Face and crew crashing Nygma's party. Batman promptly one-ups them by coming through the skylight. In fact, Nygma unflatteringly compares Batman's cool skylight leap with his partner's trademark entrance: shoot guns in the air like Yosemite Sam. Near the climax of the film, Commissioner Gordon finally gives up on Batman after patiently waiting beside the Bat-Signal all night. He sadly tells a nearby cop to "shut it down"...whereupon the Batplane suddenly appears out of the clouds.
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Where the Hell Is Springfield?: Gotham may be located anywhere between New York and California. Lampshaded by the way it seems to borrow its landmarks (the Statue of Liberty and the Golden Gate Bridge both show up). Furthermore, if you consider Two-Face's coin (confirmed by the tie-in toy), Gotham even has its own currency!
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Broken Pedestal
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Broken Pedestal: Bruce Wayne becomes this for Nygma, who becomes the Riddler as a result of not taking well of his rejection regarding his mind manipulating invention.
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World of Ham
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World of Ham: Two-Face and the Riddler, as ever. They seem to be locked in a death match over who can overact the most. Evidently, Jones was quite nonplussed at Dumb and Dumber squashing his vanity project at the box office, and was determined not to be upstaged. Besides the villains, Bob Kane's widow Elizabeth as Gossip Gerty, Gotham's resident Joan-Rivers-up-to-eleven. Dick cruising for babes in the Batmobile. Or as he puts it, his "LURRRVE MACHINE, WOOO!" The uncredited Ed Begley, Jr. is also quite over the top as Stickley ("What the HELLISGOINGONHEEERE?"). Perhaps he didn't take the movie very seriously. Nicole Kidman gets her slice of pork as well. The Bank Guard, with his over the top observation, "OH NO!!! IT'S BOILING ACID!!!!" The whole scene with him was a Ham Chowder Feast. "Batman! YAAAAAAAY!" — adult man.
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Villain with Good Publicity
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Villain with Good Publicity: Edward Nygma becomes this when he uses the profits from his alter-ego's crime spree with Two-Face to start his own company and his "Box" device becomes hugely popular.
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Cool Car
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Cool Car: Batman's new, sleeker Batmobile. 'Cause chicks love the car. Two-Face's gang has three vintage cars with miniguns mounted to the tops of the fenders.
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Stalker with a Crush
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Stalker with a Crush: Chase Meridian is a rare heroic example. Edward Nygma/The Riddler can be seen as one of these, too - at least if you believe the Foe Yay theory. Chase is just intellectually curious (maybe more than normal) and romantically attracted; Nygma is an actual stalker, posting sinister mail to his target, having photos and newspaper clippings of them all over his office and home, and dealing with his rejection by plotting to show up, humiliate and eventually kill him. The worst Chase does is hijack the Batsignal, which she semi-justifies by talking about Two-Face's psychological weaknesses...although her insight turns out to be useless when Batman says that he already had it figured out.
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Overshadowed by Awesome
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Overshadowed by Awesome: Dr. Chase Meridian is apparently proficient at boxing with a punching bag and succeeds in keeping off Two-Face's goons for some time, but still has to be rescued by Batman like ye olde Damsel in Distress.
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Literal Metaphor
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Literal Metaphor: This exchange, meant to serve mainly as a reference to the campy '60s show:
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Asshole Victim
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Asshole Victim: Fred Stickley. There's dealing with a difficult employee, then there's going out of your way to verbally put him down at any opportunity you can find. No wonder Nygma snapped.
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Femme Fatale
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Femme Fatale: Invoked by Nicole Kidman playing Dr. Chase Meridian as a stereotypical 40's film noir heroine, with a raspy voice and seductive mannerisms. Subverted because she is not evil or even morally ambiguous; she is just fascinated by people with Split Personality. Sugar briefly acts as one to the Brucester himself, making eyes with him at the gala...and later convincing him to try out a Nygmatech trade show booth.
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Rule of Symbolism
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Rule of Symbolism: The outcome of Two-Face's final coin toss.
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Bruce Wayne Held Hostage
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Bruce Wayne Held Hostage: Two-Face holds the entire circus hostage with the (fairly reasonable) logic that, since the audience is filled with the richest and most notable citizens of Gotham, one of them must surely either know Batman or be Batman—and sure enough, Bruce is watching the performance. He immediately stands up and tries to give himself up, but no one can hear him in the panic.
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Un-Confession
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Un-Confession: Bruce Wayne tries to announce his identity as Batman to a circus tent full of panicking people in order to stop Two-Face from releasing his massive bomb, but nobody hears him over the screams of the crowd. He also unwillingly spills the secret to Nygma, who later loses his mind and declares himself Batman when questioned by the Asylum staff after he begins to adamantly claim he knows who Batman is.
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Betty and Veronica
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Betty and Veronica: Bruce/Batman is this for Chase, and forms her character arc through the film. Sugar and Spice fill these roles for Two-Face. Sugar is a stereotypical Prohibition-era moll, and Spice is a whip-cracking goth dominatrix. Later, at Nygmatech's launch party, Sugar hangs on "Eddie's" arm while Spice crashes the party with Harvey.
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Sexy Coat Flashing
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Sexy Coat Flashing: Chase wears a black negligee and garters in anticipation of her liaison with Batman.
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Villainous Breakdown: Due to various circumstances, Edward Nygma/The Riddler gets increasingly loopy throughout the film. Not that he wasn't clearly demented at the start... Two-Face continuously has these throughout as a bit of a Running Gag whenever he fails to kill the Bat. Then toward the end, when he has his Disney Villain Death screaming frantically and falling to his death, reaching desperately for his coin.
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Big Bad Duumvirate: Two-Face and The Riddler. Who's in the dominant position (as well as who chews more scenery) varies over the course of the movie. At first, the Riddler is subservient to Two-Face, relying on his mooks and somewhat limited criminal resources to fund his Box ventures. However, as he grows legitimately richer and smarter, the Riddler begins to overtake the Big Bad slot. By the third act, the Riddler has his own island lair, death laser, mines, scuba henchmen, and elaborate deathtraps while Two-Face more or less plays The Dragon off to the side as Riddler goes into ham overload. Alternatively, Two-Face could be the Dragon-in-Chief to Riddler's Big Bad Wannabe.
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Not So Different
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Not So Different: Bruce/Batman invokes this when he appeals to Dick/Robin to give up his vendetta against Two-Face.
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Giver of Lame Names: Nygma struggles while coming up with a supervillain persona for himself. Among the rejected names are "The Puzzler" (themed around crossword puzzles...groan), "The Gamester" (wearing a giant chess piece outfit), "Captain Kill" (a Rambo knockoff), and finally "Question Mark Man," (wearing nothing but a shoulder-hanging sign covering only his front and backsides to about thigh-level) an awful name and costume combo which he immediately regrets but gives him an idea when his carnival game machine approves.
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Heroic Bystander: Dick and his family, while they try to get the bomb out of the circus. Dick's family gets killed by Two-Face while he's able to throw it into the ocean.
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Alternate DVD Commentary
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Alternate DVD Commentary: Rifftrax recruited Doug Walker for it. DVD Podblast also took a swipe at it. Kevin Smith and his Fatman On Batman co-host Marc Bernardin did one for this film as well as the other three films in the Batman quadrilogy; it can be streamed or downloaded for free on his Smodco podcast website.
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Changing Clothes Is a Free Action
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Changing Clothes Is a Free Action: Nygma has four different Riddler costumes over the course of the film: green suit w/ bowler, green spandex, black jacket with light-up question marks, and silver-and-glitter bodysuit based on 1970's David Bowie (with a question mark in place of the lightning bolt). Even his hairstyle keeps changing color and length, beginning with wacky Einstein Hair before progressing to a flattop (switching intermittently with a GQ haircut like Wayne's), and then back to a longer, electrified 'do reminiscent of Gozer the Gozerian. The last two costume/hairstyle combos occur minutes apart during the climax. To be clear, his fire-engine-red Riddler hairstyles are clearly meant to be wigs, which could be quickly swapped. His real hair only changes once, from the longish auburn mop he sports as a WayneTech lab geek to the dark, deliberately Bruce Wayne-ish coif he gets after becoming a multimillionaire entrepreneur.
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Continuity Nod
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Continuity Nod: Chase to Batman: "You like strong women. I've done my homework. Or do I need skin-tight vinyl and a whip?" Bruce also subtly alludes to killing The Joker in the first movie when he tells Dick, who is adamant about killing Two-Face for the deaths of his family, that he knows from experience that killing for revenge won't bring him any peace.
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Camera Abuse
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Camera Abuse: One of the film's creepier moments is Nygma grinning into a Waynetech camera as he cuts the feed.
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Death by Secret Identity
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Death by Secret Identity: Both Two-Face and Riddler aren't able to do much with their information, which is disappointing since The Riddler had all that tech to broadcast Bruce's secret, but he went insane instead. And Two-Face was even unluckier. However the film doesn't explain why none of their cronies leak word of Bruce's identity, as they were present during the raid on his manor.
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90% of Your Brain
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90% of Your Brain: In the novelization, when the Riddler shows off his neon jacket, Chase gets an extra line where she warns Nygma that he's frying his mind with information: "There's a reason we only use twenty percent of our brains."
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Foe Yay
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Leitmotif: "Nygma Variations (Ode to Science)," especially the last part of it which utilizes a One-Woman Wail. As the movie progresses, you can hear his theme music transition from a trashy carnival medley (reflecting the "Guesser" arcade game in his loft) to a full-on Frankenstein dirge.
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Cut Lex Luthor a Check
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Cut Lex Luthor a Check: Played with. The Riddler tries to make money honestly but after being rejected and funding it with Two-Face's crimes he still makes billions on "The Box" technology. If he wasn't obsessed with Bruce Wayne and Batman he could have lived a very comfortable, lavish life. Assuming nobody eventually looked too close at the company's initial books... This is the same Gotham City that allowed Jack Palance's Carl Grissom and Christopher Walken's Max Shreck to come to prominence, and where Oswald Cobblepot was damn near voted Mayor in a recall election. Plus, through the Box network, Nygma surely soaked up some political secrets that would have been leverage against inquiries.
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Merchandise-Driven: A big reason the films decided to lighten up was to make it easier to sell them and related products to families. Some also think the growing character count was due to this.
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Benevolent Boss: Bruce Wayne is shown here as being a little less dotty and reclusive. In the wake of Stickley's death, he personally canvasses the scene and insists on full insurance coverage for Stickley's surviving family even though their company policy normally wouldn't cover such a thing.
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Tested on Humans
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Tested on Humans: Edward previously asked Bruce to allow him to conduct human trials, but the boss said no way. Stickley is the first (unwilling) participant in the Box experiments.
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Award-Bait Song: "Kiss from a Rose" by Seal.
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Adaptation Dye-Job: Bruce Wayne has consistently been portrayed in comics and other adaptations as dark haired (or at the least with brown hair). Kilmer isn't quite as blond as in his other films but he is certainly much more fair haired than the regular. Dick Grayson also usually has black/dark hair in the comics, but here his hair is more brown. The Riddler also typically has either black or brown hair in the comics, yet here he goes back and forth between red/orange hair and brown hair. Two-Face has pink hair, which is a first for him. Typically his scarred side's hair is either greying or white (that is when he has hair at all.)
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The Paid-For Harem: Two Face's molls, Sugar and Spice. (You know...Debi Mazar and Drew freaking Barrymore!)
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Mood Whiplash
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Mood Whiplash: It can be for some viewers. The film bounces back and forth between the zany antics of Riddler and Two-Face and the Dark and Troubled Past of Batman and Robin. It's no wonder Schumacher vocally decided to jettison the seriousness of Wayne Manor in the next film.
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Many superhero movies (especially sequels) have a hard time managing the villains' origin and Evil Scheme while still making it feel like it is the hero's movie (even The Dark Knight has been criticized on that part). This movie actually dedicates a good portion to specifically Bruce Wayne and not just "Batman stops the bad guy."
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Chekhov's Classroom
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Chekhov's Classroom: In the first act, Chase mentions that Two-Face's obsession with his coin can be exploited.
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Rule of Funny
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Rule of Funny: Commissioner Gordon hurrying over to the Bat-Signal rooftop in his nightgown. He didn't even get dressed? Seeing as he's probably the only one allowed to light the signal, he likely figured something even more dire than usual was up and felt he needed to hurry.
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Unfinished, Untested, Used Anyway: After the Riddler's destruction of what is actually just the top floor of the Batcave, Alfred points out a prototype suit Bruce had been working on. This moves the movie Batsuit from the Burton-era yellow-emblem design to the Schumacher-era sleeker design with the bat symbol emblazoned right on the chest.
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The Cobbler's Children Have No Shoes: Dr. Meridian is undeniably smart and perceptive, but too often can't see the forest for trees. She refers to Edward Nygma as "a wacko" for being obsessed with Bruce Wayne, but fails to realize at first that she has a similar fixation on Batman! (Assuming that Nygma is in fact a big queen, this gag works on two levels.)
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Adaptational Jerkass: The version of Harvey Dent/Two-Face in this movie, despite being more comical and sillier, is also even less sympathetic and more sociopathic and unrepentant than his comic book counterpart. In the comics, he was more of a tragic Anti-Villain with sympathetic qualities, while here, he's more of an unambiguously evil villain with the "Anti" part and redeeming traits almost completely omitted, and he has enough Kick the Dog moments (such as killing Robin's parents) to make his fate at the end completely well-deserved.
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Sleeps in the Nude: When Batman visits Chase in her bedroom, she's clearly not wearing anything under the sheets.
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Personal Arcade: Edward keeps a carnival fortune teller booth in his home, upon which he bases his Riddler costume. It's dubbed "The Guesser" in the novel, and is based on an old children's TV show puppet.
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Chekhov's Skill: Dick does his own laundry by using moves adapted from martial arts, showing that he is more than an acrobat. Alfred mentions quickly that Bruce's prototype suit is equipped with sonar capabilities. Bruce uses this to his advantage when he turns it on to not blind himself when destroying Nygma's power source.
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Oh, Crap!: The Riddler, when he realizes Batman has foiled his plan. "Bummer." His first scene with Two-Face, when the split-faced villain deliberates on whether he lives or dies:
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Alphabet News Network: Gotham News Network (GNN).
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Deadpan Snarker: Batman on the job is this, almost crossing into The Comically Serious.
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Ms. Fanservice: Nicole Kidman in her hottie prime naked under a silk bedsheet, and using the Batsignal to strip in front of Batman and try to seduce him. Drew Barrymore as Sugar and Debi Mazar as Spice, or as the script originally referred to them, Leather and Lace. Of all of Barrymore's screentime, she has exactly one scene that is not spent in lingerie, and except for a sheer coat, Mazar spends the entire movie in a dominatrix getup that would make Dr. Frank N. Furter jealous.
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Tap on the Head: Justified with poor Alfred, who gets beaned with Riddler's metallic cane.
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Brains and Brawn: Jones' Two-Face is a rabid dog, prone to violent mood swings and howling at the moon. He's intrigued by possibilities offered by the Box, while admittedly not grasping how it works or the logistics of Riddler's plot. By the end, he finally has enough of Nygma's silly games and resorts to old-fashioned gunplay.
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Video Phone: Bruce's wristwatch allows him to converse with Alfred face-to-face.
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Truer to the Text: The campy elements of Batman are just as ingrained into the character's history as the dark vigilante. The movie also shows him taking pains NOT to kill anyone, using his skills as a Great Detective, being much more active in the Gotham socialite and charity scene, and acting as the kind of One-Man Army who drops in the middle of the bad guys and takes them all down, all of which are either non-existent or very subdued in the Burton movies.
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Hero Ball: Lampshaded by Two-Face after Robin saves him.
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And Then What?
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And Then What?: Riddler's attitude to Two-Face simply wanting to kill Batman and be done with it. Bruce also gives this to Dick Grayson when the latter still won't let go of his need to kill Two-Face.
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Girl of the Week: Dr. Chase Meridian (the only Girl of the Movie that wasn't lifted from the comics).
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Storming the Castle: The invasion of Riddler's Island Base.
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Sadistic Choice: The Riddler poses one to Batman at the climax: either save Chase or save Robin (a choice that also represents his two personas: Bruce and Batman). Obviously, he manages to rescue both, although the movie tries to admit a bit more realism by having Batman make the second catch damn close to reaching the Spikes of Doom. The novelization, by Peter David, subverts it entirely. Batman catches the unconscious Chase, then looks for Robin, only to not find him entirely. He wonders if he could've fallen all that way, that fast, and calls out "Robin!" in despair. Robin, having braced himself on the inside of the tube, replies "Whatcha want?" The comic adaption actually merges the two: Robin initially braces himself in his tube so that Batman can catch Chase, but either can't hold on or falls on purpose, allowing Batman to catch him in turn.
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Cool Guns: In keeping with his odd personality, Two-Face wields a pair of German-made revolvers, one blued, one stainless, when he crashes the Riddler's reception. The stainless revolver has pearl grips. Two-Face proves to be quite the gun nut, packing everything from an RPG-7 (in a baby carriage!), to a grenade launcher, to a minigun mounted onto the hood of his car.
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Frozen Face: Fitting for a movie franchise which kept trying to reinvent Jack Nicholson's Joker, the corner of Two-Face's mouth is twisted into a permanent 'smile.'
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Costume Copycat
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Costume Copycat: Nygma showing up Bruce Wayne by wearing the exact same tuxedo and hairstyle. He's also donning and removing a pair of reading glasses at the exact same times Wayne does and has a matching artificial mole put on his face to match Wayne's.
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Why Don't You Just Shoot Him?: Lampshaded. The Riddler also offers a plausible explanation why Two-Face shouldn't just shoot Batman.
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Fingerless Gloves: Two-Face's scarred side wears one, along with a second wristwatch.
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You Gotta Have Blue Hair
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You Gotta Have Blue Hair: According to the latest science, there is no precedent for acid damage causing root follicles to grow electric purple hair, so this was likely an aesthetic choice made by Schumacher in keeping with the film's color scheme.
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Ho Yay
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Two-Face and The Riddler. Who's in the dominant position (as well as who chews more scenery) varies over the course of the movie. At first, the Riddler is subservient to Two-Face, relying on his mooks and somewhat limited criminal resources to fund his Box ventures. However, as he grows legitimately richer and smarter, the Riddler begins to overtake the Big Bad slot. By the third act, the Riddler has his own island lair, death laser, mines, scuba henchmen, and elaborate deathtraps while Two-Face more or less plays The Dragon off to the side as Riddler goes into ham overload.
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Loves My Alter Ego: Dr. Meridian is gaga for Batman, kind of "meh" on Bruce. Subverted when she changes her mind mid-movie, then again when she learns his secret, which is justified since she's fascinated by men with split personalities. She has clear reason to suspect Batman has a split personality, but no reason to think Bruce does.
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Mooks
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Gotham City is simply littered with ripped guys with well-oiled torsos. Every last one of Two-Face's Mooks, for instance.
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Evil Redhead
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The Riddler also typically has either black or brown hair in the comics, yet here he goes back and forth between red/orange hair and brown hair.
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Squee!
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"Batman! YAAAAAAAY!" — adult man.
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Needle in a Stack of Needles: Batman tosses a bunch of silver dollars at Two-Face, losing his signature one amongst them. Another Mythology Gag, as something very similar happened in Batman: The Animated Series.
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Bedlam House
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Bedlam House: Arkham Asylum makes its cinematic debut here (albeit at the end of the film).
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Collapsing Lair: Lobbing a Batarang at the Riddler's antenna makes the entire base go up in smoke.
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Shout-Out
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Shout-Out: To the 1960s TV series in the scene when Batman and Robin first land on Two-Face's and the Riddler's base. "That circus must be halfway to Metropolis by now." "It's a trap!" From the video game, the "Big Riddle" form of the Riddler can break Batman's back during the final boss fight.
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The Nicknamer
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The Nicknamer: Nygma enjoys referring to Harvey as, "O segregated one," and "bifurcated one."
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They Wasted a Perfectly Good Sandwich
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They Wasted a Perfectly Good Sandwich: Bruce and Alfred are devious when they work together. Bruce shows off his motorcycle showroom to Dick, and the youth suddenly takes a shine to his new dad. On cue, in waltzes Alfred with a platter of food: Whatever happened to Sugar and Spice's ridiculously lavish, six-course dinner that they prepared before Riddler turned up? Maybe Harvey invited Eddie to join them at the table after all. (That must have been a sight to see.)
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Einstein Hair
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Einstein Hair: Dr. Burton's shock hairdo hardly seems calculated to calm his patients' nerves.
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Lighter and Softer
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Lighter and Softer: Compared to the first one, and jarringly so compared to the previous installment, which in some ways was as good as it is gross. There have actually been arguments put forward that, in many ways, this movie is as dark as the Burton films. Bright neon makes the city look garish and ugly, at least as much as the gothic look of the older films. In many ways the Gotham shown in this film is an almost Blade Runner-esque dystopia obsessed with looking glamorous and getting away from reality. One comic artist specifically complimented the use of neon and bright colors, figuring that a town run entirely by greed and crime would look like Las Vegas, i.e. Sin City. It's also more psychological than the first two, going into greater depth on why Bruce is Batman, his realization of what the superhero lifestyle has done to him, and the possibility that he might give up the mantle.
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Lonely Bachelor Pad
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Lonely Bachelor Pad: Darkly inverted with Edward Nygma's cramped apartment, whose every surface has been infused with his unhinged personality - it's so excessively "decorated" that there's barely an inch not covered by some piece of paraphernalia related to Bruce Wayne, riddles, puzzles or Ed's various gadgets and toys (including a stack of rebuilt tube-T Vs broadcasting various closeups of mesmerized human faces, and a terrifying life-sized Riddler mannequin inside a fortune-telling machine which Edward occasionally talks to).
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Item Get!
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Edward Nygma unveiling his pet project: a blender full of Styrofoam peanuts! Stickley looks ready to gnaw on his knuckles in embarrassment, while Edward holds it aloft like the Holy Grail.
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Sigil Spam
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Sigil Spam: The Riddler's question marks, obviously, but Two-Face has his own unique insignia: A stylized Yin-Yang, with the "white" side dripping with blood. His giant explosive device is emblazoned with the symbol, as are his parachutes(!).
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Eureka Moment
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Eureka Moment: Edward Nygma gets the idea for his alter-ego from a carnival fortune teller game he keeps in his apartment. We even get a light bulb flash.
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Dominatrix
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Dominatrix: Chase suggests that dressing and acting like Catwoman would entice the Bat. Spice, Two-Face's henchwoman who represents his scarred side, wears this getup, and is even shown with a whip when Two-Face crashes the social gathering organized by Nygma.
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Big
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Big "SHUT UP!": The Riddler yells this before he remotely shuts off the Batcave's alarm system.
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Loads and Loads of Characters
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Loads and Loads of Characters: A common complaint regarding the Schumacher films was trying to work in as many villains and good guys as possible (apparently trying to top the 3 villains in Returns), often with little rhyme or reason.
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Lampshaded
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Lampshaded.
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Hoist by His Own Petard
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Hoist by His Own Petard: Batman stalls both Riddler and Two-Face with separate gambits. Batman smashes the Riddler's giant Box, causing his brain to overload with information. The novelization shows Nygma Brought Down to Normal again, unable to remember how his gadgets worked and feebly trying to piece them together.
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Hair Flip
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Bruce has archive footage of Chase doing a slo-mo Hair Flip. He has even more screens in Batman & Robin, prompting Bill Corbett to wonder how many security cameras Bruce Wayne has secretly installed around Gotham to get all this footage.
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I Am Legion
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I Am Legion: Two-Face refers to himself as either "we" or "us."
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Waxing Lyrical
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Waxing Lyrical: When Nygma does his weird two-step routine in front of Stickley, he's actually humming "Top Hat, White Tie, and Tails."
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Kicked Upstairs
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Kicked Upstairs: Tim Burton, the previous films' director, is now a producer...In Name Only. In fact, Burton himself only helped approve the screenwriters before leaving the project altogether.
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Race Lift
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Race Lift: A very strange example. Billy Dee Williams played Harvey Dent in the first film, which was in itself a race lift from the comics where Dent was nominally white (his exact appearance depended on the artist, sometimes he was vaguely Italian). This movie is supposedly set in the same continuity as the first film but Tommy Lee Jones was cast to play the character. So this is an example of a reversed race lift in the same continuity.
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Failed Attempt at Drama
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Failed Attempt at Drama: Batman is introduced gearing up, and then standing next to Batmobile, ready for action. Then Alfred asks him if he'd like to take a sandwich with him (a pretty blatant product placement tie-in ["I'll get drive-through" was on every channel in 1995], but still in-character from Alfred). Edward Nygma unveiling his pet project: a blender full of Styrofoam peanuts! Stickley looks ready to gnaw on his knuckles in embarrassment, while Edward holds it aloft like the Holy Grail. Bruce mistaking the sound of Chase's training with her punching bag for her being in trouble. It rivals "COME ON!!! Let's get nuts!" as his dorkiest moment ever.
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Screw This, I'm Outta Here!
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Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: Sugar & Spice know when to cut and run; they desert the Riddler once the throne room begins to explode. The Neon gang recoil when they see the Batmobile roll up, and rightly so... but they all share a laugh when a not-so-bright Dick exits the car, which gives their female victim a chance to run. Later, Batman shows up for real, and they all flee like little girls. Dick rode off Wayne Manor after Bruce has decided to give up on being Batman in order to have a normal life with Chase, not to mention him refusing to help him in his vendetta against Two-Face. He comes back as Robin right after Two-Face and Riddler's siege on the manor.
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Good Smoking, Evil Smoking
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Good Smoking, Evil Smoking: One of the perks of being a dual-themed supervillain is that you can do both. Sugar lights up Harvey's cigarette like he's a gumshoe detective, while Spice (on his opposite side) uses a blowtorch.
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All Girls Want Bad Boys
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All Girls Want Bad Boys: "I'll bring the wine..." *opens coat* "You bring your scarred psyche." Sexy enough for even Batman to do a quick Male Gaze before composing himself.
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Lyrical Dissonance
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Lyrical Dissonance: Done hilariously with "Bad Days," while we see for the first time where Edward Nygma lives.
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Adaptation Name Change
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Adaptation Name Change: Boss Maroni's name is changed to Moroni, which is what it was in the earliest versions of Harvey Dent's origin.
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A God Am I
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A God Am I: The Riddler quotes these words exactly in regards to the power his mind-reading "Box" devices have granted him. (He then does some lampshading: "Was that over the top? I can never tell!")
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Ballroom Blitz
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Ballroom Blitz: Two-Face gets itchy feet and crashes Edward Nygma's gala, to Nygma's consternation — He had been carefully luring Bruce Wayne into an expo booth to read his mind. The electricity shorts out as soon as the goons arrive; it's just dumb luck that Bruce didn't leave the booth in time.
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Monumental Damage
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Monumental Damage: Two-Face crashes a helicopter into Lady Gotham (more precisely, a replica of the Statue of Liberty), making its face look a lot like his.
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Didn't See That Coming
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Didn't See That Coming: The Riddler asking a coin-flipping, duality-obsessed, indecisive, crazed killer to become partners with him. Can't see where that could go disastrously wrong. (Lucky for him, Two-Face always slaps the coin on the back of his hand, reversing the verdict.)
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Male Gaze
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Male Gaze: Nicole Kidman's, erm...interesting pose on the movie poster.
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Giggling Villain
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Two-Face may have gone a bit overboard with the Giggling Villain riff, but he had Batman a thread away from death on at least two occasions: when he buried Batman alive with the cave-in caused by his grenade launcher, and during the invasion of Wayne Manor. In these instances, only the last minute intervention of another party saved The Dark Knight's bacon: Robin digging him out in the former, and The Riddler preventing Dent from finishing Bruce's off with a point-blank headshot in the latter.
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Changed My Mind, Kid
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Dick rode off Wayne Manor after Bruce has decided to give up on being Batman in order to have a normal life with Chase, not to mention him refusing to help him in his vendetta against Two-Face. He comes back as Robin right after Two-Face and Riddler's siege on the manor.
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Pass the Popcorn
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Pass the Popcorn: Nygma gleefully watching Two-Face's antics on the news. While Batman brawls with his posse at the Ritz Gotham, a tuxedo-clad Harvey is nonchalantly sipping (yes) two cocktail martinis, watching the scene with amusement.
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Ambiguously Gay
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Ambiguously Gay: Carrey plays the Riddler as a nerdier and somewhat more bloodthirsty Paul Lynde. He'd played creepy stalker roles before, most notably in The Cable Guy (which came out a year after this film), so nobody asked any inconvenient questions. He does show a modicum of interest in Chase, though his primary motivation is to make Bruce jealous (he actually has to deepen his voice when inviting her onto the dance floor).
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Big Guy, Little Guy
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Big Guy, Little Guy: The film flat-out lampshades this when Riddler asks Two-Face for a lesson in how to throw a punch. Two-Face lays out a security guard with one jab, while another guard barely flinches when Nygma swats him.
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Composite Character
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Composite Character: Strangely enough, the Riddler is a unique combination of the hyperactive spandex trickster of the Silver Age and the suave businessman-like personality of the Bronze Age. This was partially explained in the novelization by having his mind getting fried from using The Box; he is the trickster when in the Riddler costume and the businessman when acting as the CEO of NygmaTech. Before he dons the bowler, Ed going postal on his supervisor is more reminiscent of Post-Crisis Scarecrow than anything. Also, brainwashing the people of Gotham with high-tech headgear seemed more like a job reserved for the Mad Hatter (who more casual fans often mistake for Riddler, given the latter's fondness for bowler hats in the comics), and discovering that Bruce Wayne is Batman by using a machine that creates visuals of a person's mind was a move made famous by Professor Hugo Strange on Batman: The Animated Series. Robin's origin is actually a composite of two comic-book Robins; in the comics, Two-Face killed Jason Todd's parents, and that element (along with Jason's desire for revenge) were imported into Chris O'Donnell's Dick Grayson character. In addition, his personality in being more confrontational with Bruce was more common after he left the Robin name and became Nightwing (which namedropped as a Mythology Gag). Batman & Robin also conflates the two, with "Robin's" symbol (normally a stylized R on a black circle) looking more like a red version of Nightwing's.
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Camp
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Camp: This put Joel Schumacher's love for camp on display, which was a breath of fresh air after the extremely grim overtones of the previous film. By and large, the camp was mostly the good kind - there was a lot more restraint than the next film, as the story, villains' plan, and Batman's issues were still taken seriously enough to care about. For example, the Box evolves from "random accumulation of wires and junk" to "sleek glowy spinny thing," but never stops looking like a blender, in a nod to the silly props of the TV Batman. Batman himself is noticeably the same character as the previous films. He takes the job seriously, doesn't joke around (besides deadpan quips), and patiently mentors Dick Grayson. In truth, besides the color scheme the only difference between this film and Batman Returns is that Forever seems far more aware of itself while Returns takes everything much more seriously (compare Penguin's circus-themed gang to the neon-paint gang in this film).
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Adaptation Origin Connection: This happens by way of Composite Character, as the Dick Grayson version of Robin sees his circus acrobat parents killed by Two-Face instead of Tony Zucco, much in the same manner the first movie made Jack Napier (a.k.a. the Joker) the murderer of Bruce's parents rather than Joe Chill. This makes him a bit like Jason Todd in the Post-Crisis comics, whose gangster father was murdered by Two-Face.
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Exact Words
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Exact Words: Right at the start.
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Sissy Villain
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Sissy Villain: The friggin' Riddler. (He's even wearing rouge.)
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Dramatic Gun Cock
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Two-Face's introduction to the Riddler. *click* "Let's see if you bleed green."
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Descending Ceiling
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Later on, the Riddler rigs an elaborate pit with sharp rocks and a descending ceiling, all of which ends up claiming Two-Face instead.
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My Brain Is Big
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My Brain Is Big: The Riddler grows steadily smarter as he robs neural energy. It backfires on him when Batman destroys the machine, leaving his skull warped into an ugly shape.
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And then there's the Riddler's factory, which doesn't pretend to be anything besides an evil discotheque.
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Groin Attack: For real. Jim Carrey got a little carried away with his cane-twirling and clobbered co-star Jones right between the legs.
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Two-Face and the Riddler, as ever. They seem to be locked in a death match over who can overact the most. Evidently, Jones was quite nonplussed at Dumb and Dumber squashing his vanity project at the box office, and was determined not to be upstaged.
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Improbable Hairstyle: "Spice" channels the Bride of Frankenstein by way of Peg Bundy. She even has Hair Antennae, quite a feat for live-action.
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Big Damn Heroes: Batman gets a few, with Robin later repaying him by saving the Caped Crusader's bacon in the subway.
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Why Won't You Die?: After Batman survives Two-Face's attempt to incinerate him (in one of the most awesome Not Quite Dead moments Batman has ever had, as he comes running out of the fire, leaving Two-Face and his mooks jaw dropped), Two-Face, now mad with frustration screams, "WHY CAN'T YOU JUST DIIIIIE?!" and fires a grenade at the support Batman was standing on, causing the entire structure to collapse and bury him. This might have actually worked had Dick not come along to pull Batman out of there. Then there's The Riddler at the end, defeated and slowly going insane from his Box overload.
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List of Transgressions: Shortly before Edward boots him out a window, Stickley lists off about a million federal agencies that will soon know of his illegal brain tampering. During this tirade, Eddie prances around shivering and biting his nails in mock terror.
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Conspicuous Consumption: Bruce has stockpiled a fleet of ultra-rare, unused vintage motorcycles in his garage in case he ever needed to tempt an orphaned acrobat not to embark on a life of vengeance.
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Distracted by the Sexy: After Batman coolly rebuffs Chase's advances on the rooftop, there is a moment of being taken aback when Chase opens her coat, revealing a negligee underneath. All he can manage is a "Direct, aren't you?"
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No Indoor Voice: Two-Face almost the whole film, and occasionally The Riddler.
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Food Porn: We don't get to see much of it onscreen, but Two-Face's extravagant six-course dinner, as described by Sugar and Spice, sounds incredibly tasty, if not a little bizarre (and given the ladies' sexual tone when describing it, this Trope is taken quite literally).
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All Your Base Are Belong to Us
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All Your Base Are Belong to Us: Riddler invades Wayne Manor along with Two-Face, and there he enters the Batcave. To top it off, he uses a skywriter to turn the Bat-Signal into a giant question mark.
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Complexity Addiction: Addressed; when The Riddler offers to help Two-Face kill Batman in exchange for money to manufacture his Box devices, he convinces him that just offing the hero quickly and simply wouldn't be as emotionally satisfying as ensuring he was humiliated first by having his true identity revealed and used against him. Also referenced when Two-Face shoots Bruce Wayne, knocking him down, and as he's going to give a fatal shot, the Riddler stops him.
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Two-Face continuously has these throughout as a bit of a Running Gag whenever he fails to kill the Bat. Then toward the end, when he has his Disney Villain Death screaming frantically and falling to his death, reaching desperately for his coin.
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You Killed My Father
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You Killed My Father: Robin wants Two-Face dead for killing his family.
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Instant Soprano: Batman rescues Robin from barely even touching the spikes at the bottom of the Riddler's hideout, and he squeaks out a "thanks" to Batman, which makes you wonder how Robin would have been impaled.
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One-Winged Angel: It would have been played with. Original drafts of the script called for the Riddler to have become grossly muscled and huge when Batman finds him on Claw Island at the end. Batman assumes it's a side-effect of the Box process, and pities him. Then it's subverted; the Riddler hasn't been changed at all, he's just wearing a big muscled suit to mess with Batman some more, and he steps out of it. This was cut from the final draft, but was cut late enough to make it into the Novelization and the video game adaptations. It's also why Nygma is abruptly wearing an (admittedly rather awesome) white Riddler suit for the film's final scene: the muscle suit was colored as such. In said novelization and video games, the Riddler's suit under the muscle suit is still his trademark green.
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Well-Intentioned Extremist: Edward Nygma is clearly one at first, since he only wants to patent and market his virtual-reality invention - without approval from his superiors, if necessary - to spare the people of the world from "being brutalized by an uncaring reality" (which is a correlative to his own loneliness and sense of worthlessness). It's not until he accidentally discovers that "The Box" can extract information from human minds that he decides to go down the criminal route.
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When Things Spin, Science Happens
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When Things Spin, Science Happens: The Box resembles a kitchen blender with rotating fins on either side.
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Evil Is Hammy
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Evil Is Hammy: Both villains. Hard to know which one overacts the most.
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Buffy Speak
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For example, the Box evolves from "random accumulation of wires and junk" to "sleek glowy spinny thing," but never stops looking like a blender, in a nod to the silly props of the TV Batman.
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 Batman Forever
hasFeature
Trash the Set / int_34a70b48
 Batman Forever
hasFeature
Two-Faced / int_34a70b48
 Batman Forever
hasFeature
Two-Headed Coin / int_34a70b48
 Batman Forever
hasFeature
Two-Person Love Triangle / int_34a70b48
 Batman Forever
hasFeature
Two Roads Before You / int_34a70b48
 Batman Forever
hasFeature
Un-Confession / int_34a70b48
 Batman Forever
hasFeature
Unfinished, Untested, Used Anyway / int_34a70b48
 Batman Forever
hasFeature
Unsafe Haven / int_34a70b48
 ValKilmer
seeAlso
Batman Forever
 Batman Forever
hasFeature
Vengeance Denied / int_34a70b48
 Batman Forever
hasFeature
Vengeance Feels Empty / int_34a70b48
 Batman Forever
hasFeature
Victoria's Secret Compartment / int_34a70b48
 Batman Forever
hasFeature
Video Full of Film Clips / int_34a70b48
 Batman Forever
hasFeature
Villain Team-Up / int_34a70b48
 Batman Forever
hasFeature
Villainous Friendship / int_34a70b48
 Batman Forever
hasFeature
Where Does He Get All Those Wonderful Toys? / int_34a70b48
 Batman Forever
hasFeature
Whooshing Credits / int_34a70b48
 Batman Forever
hasFeature
Wronski Feint / int_34a70b48
 Batman Forever
hasFeature
You Killed My Father / int_34a70b48
 Batman Forever
hasFeature
You Said You Would Let Them Go / int_34a70b48
 Batman Forever
hasFeature
You Should Have Died Instead / int_34a70b48
 Batman Forever
hasFeature
Your Favorite / int_34a70b48
 The Last Angry Geek (Web Video)
seeAlso
Batman Forever
 batmanforever
sameAs
Batman Forever
 Batman Forever
hasFeature
It Always Rains at Funerals / int_34a70b48
 Batman Forever
hasFeature
Not the Fall That Kills You / int_34a70b48
 Batman Forever
hasFeature
She Will Come for Me / int_34a70b48