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Want to know just how illogical ‘Batman & Robin’ is?

In 1997, an abomination hit theaters everywhere: “Batman & Robin,” a film so terrible that it took Warner Bros. nearly a decade to reboot the franchise. George Clooney succeeded Val Kilmer in this movie, but Chris O’Donnell reprised his role as Robin. Alicia Silverstone introduced Batgirl to audiences everywhere.

The story revolves around Batman and Robin trying to defeat Poison Ivy (Uma Thurman) and Mr. Freeze (Arnold Schwarzenegger), two villains that seem to be completely obsessed with puns and terrible jokes.

On IMDB, it maintains a 3.6 rating.

Apparently those who made the film understood quite well how bad it was. During the behind the scenes documentary, they apologized profusely and discussed what went wrong. It did gross more than $100 million in the United States so not all was lost.

Well, a new YouTube video takes a near 20-minute look at just how illogical “Batman & Robin” really is. The “Everything Wrong With” series analyzes all sorts of movies and points out the plot holes, irregularities, continuity factors and much, much more.

By the end of the film, you’ll come up with puns of your own: a pain in the ice, the punning man and this film gives me the chills.



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