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Alan Hwang Soc 19 April 27, 2010 Batman Forever “Batman Forever” is a 1995 movie produced by Tim Burton and directed by Joel Schumacher. It takes place in fictional Gotham City; but this is the cartoon equivalent of New York City. It is an action movie which follows Batman and Robin as they take on the Riddler and Two-Face. It is the typical comic book hero and villain movie, and it seems typical that it would take place in a super urban city like New York. There are not really any especially notable ethnic minorities in the movie; the main characters are all Caucasian as well as most people in the movie. There is a romance in the movie; Dr. Chase Meridian, played by Nicole Kidman, falls in love with Bruce
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Unformatted text preview: Wayne/ Batman. She is the damsel in distress and is captured by the villains of the movie. Batman does eventually save her. There are both poor people and rich people depicted in the movie. Bruce Wayne aka Batman is one of the wealthiest people, and he is depicted as a good person, obviously. There is a lot of corruption in the movie, but mostly by the villains. They are pretty depraved. The central figures are Batman, Robin, and the villains. The villains (Two-face and riddler) team up and wreak havoc while Batman and Robin have to defeat them. Robin cannot kill Two-face at the end, even though Two-Face killed his family. This shows his good morals....
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