The entire film offers plenty of nostalgic jolts that transported me back to childhood; to a time when Keaton's bounding superheroics and the Batmobile's roaring engine hit with far more impact than they do today. Aside from several rather gimmicky character actor routines, the cast crafts a living, breathing Gotham City that reveals endless secrets lurking in its alleys.
Batman certainly isn't the jaw-dropping experience it once was, but it's still a relative joy to watch.
Brent adds almost a decade worth of financial news experience to the premarket team and Benzinga's newsdesk.
When a freak accident leaves a sociopath named Jack Napier (Jack Nicholson) with white skin, green hair, and volatile psychotic tendencies, he takes on the moniker of the Joker and begins to plot a widespread attack on Gotham.
Wayne recognizes the mounting danger and sets out to stop the Joker, a man he believes was responsible for the death of his parents.
Spencer moved to Detroit to join Benzinga in September 2015 after spending the first 24 years of his life on the east coast.[more] Spencer is the producer of Pre Market Prep, doing all the behind-the-scenes work necessary to make sure the show runs smoothly.
Spencer moved to Detroit to join Benzinga in September 2015 after spending the first 24 years of his life on the east coast.