Batman Returns

Batman Returns
Holy crisis, Batman! The caped crusader returns and this time tries to keep Gotham from falling into the clutches of his renowned arch nemesis the Penguin, Catwoman a.k.a. Selina Kyle and the unsavory Max Shreck. Will Batman be able to save the day or will the villainous trio take over Gotham City? Here are a few movie mistakes to look for while watching “Batman Returns”.

∙ After the incident that resulted in Max pushing Selina out of the window, Selina makes her way back to her apartment. When Selina goes through her things and gets ready to make her Catwoman costume, she empties her sewing kit on the table. She then picks up a pair of scissors in her right hand. From behind, the handles on the pair of scissors are blue. But, in the very next close up view, the handles of the scissors are now pink.

∙ One of the first times Catwoman is shown in action, a woman is shown being mugged in an alleyway. The blood on the mugger’s face changes between views during the scene.

∙ Before the scene when the clown snatches the mayor’s son during a press conference, someone is shown moving the grate/manhole cover and scoots it to the left of the hole. However, when the clown jumps in with the baby, and in the views afterwards, the cover is nowhere to be seen.

∙ Catwoman is performing cartwheels in the store. During the cartwheel landings, her boots are noticeably flat. But when she stops, Catwoman is wearing high heels. This happens again when she is performing cartwheels while moving toward Penguin and Batman.

∙ Batman always wears black paint/makeup around his eyes when he is wearing the mask. Toward the end of the movie, before Batman takes off his mask for Selina, the paint/makeup around his eyes is not there.

“Batman Returns” (1992) stars Michael Keaton, Danny DeVito, Michelle Pfeiffer, Christopher Walken, Michael Gough, and Pat Hingle. It runs 126 minutes and is rated PG-13 for brooding and dark violence.

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