Bonus time for y’all this Tuesday! We dive into the monumental release of Tim Burton’s Batman, not without severe criticism I might add. We get Michael Keaton playing Bruce Wayne, Jack Nicholson playing Jack Napier and Kim Basinger, the love interest, portraying Vicki Vale. Does this superhero film hold up to scrutiny 31 years later? How about that transfer onto the 4K format? Get ready for a rant by tapping on that Play Button for all of the grimy little details!
A cordial thanks goes out to Shawn Taylor from the Central Time Zone of Indianapolis who suggested Batman from ’89, as this is a flick his friends say look good on 4K. BillChete describes his thoughts before the review on superhero films and how there is no sentimental value with this genre of movies to him. All films are reviewed/rated/graded on story telling, movie making, effects and sound production, where no biases come into play. Do you agree with your humble critics on this movie? Tune in now, you might be surprised at what you hear!
New shows are launching every week on Thursdays throughout the year, where you will get at least one new review, rating and grade for all of 2020 on a 4K Blu-ray Disc, then our typical schedule of bi-weekly will commence.
MOVIES in 4K is where BillChete and Lady Phantom discuss, review, criticize, analyze and debate one movie that has been released on the 4K Blu-ray format each and every episode. Guiding you on the merit of the movie with recommendations and on the purchasing power of physical media.
Episode 041 breakdown of “Batman (1989)“
|BillChete: 2.5 (Avoid)||Lady Phantom: 5 (Rental)|
|4K Blu-ray Disc Grade|
|BillChete: D+ (Unworthy)||Lady Phantom: F (Unworthy)|
Average 4K Disc Grade