Batman vs. Robin

Synopsis: Damian Wayne is having a hard time coping with his father's "no killing" rule. Meanwhile, Gotham is going through trouble with threats, such as the insane toy maker and the secretive Court of Owls.
Director(s): Jay Oliva
  2 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
80 min

I have half a mind

to report you for grand theft auto.

I'd like to hear that call.

"Hello, police? My son

stole the Batmobile."

You find this amusing?

A little. I called and told you

to meet me up here, didn't I?

But what does a town

that was wiped out by floods...

...have to do with the children

that have gone missing in Gotham?

Maybe nothing.

But I found it a little odd that every

one of them owned toys made here.

You could have shared

the information a little sooner.

An alternate response might be,

"Good work, Robin."

But I guess I expect too much.

I'm still a mile out.

Don't do anything till I get there.

Word of honor, I won't do anything.

- Remember, Robin. Justice...

- Not vengeance.

The original owner of this place

was a man named Winslow Schott.

A psychopathic killer.

Sent to prison 12 years ago... the testimony of his son

and primary victim, Anton.

The son eventually took

over the business...

...did a damn good job of it

until the floods came.

Hardly major news.

How do you...?

Oh, right. Your specialty.



You're worried about the little ones?

Don't be.

You see, I love them...

...more than you could ever know.


Anton Schott died when he was a little boy.

When the monster took away his innocence.

I'm not Anton.

I am the Dollmaker.

And I've done everything in my power

to help the little ones survive... this sad, cruel world.

Psychopath. You'll pay for this.

Protect me, children,

as I've protected you.

I can take care of myself.

An alternate response might be,

"Thanks, Batman."

But I guess I expect too much.

Robin, no.

You're safe now.

I swear to you.

You're safe.

There are dying children

in those cages back there.

Some had to sacrifice

so that the others could live.

Shut up.

As children they're

helpless, but as dolls...

As dolls no one can ever hurt them again.

No one can.

You want to know about helplessness?

Let me teach you.

Why won't you listen?

Why won't you understand?

I love them.

I love them. I...

Shut up, damn you, or

I'll tear your heart out.

Do you hear me? I'll tear it out.

Justice, not vengeance.

Don't doubt your instincts.

What have you done?

What have you done?

You think that I...?

After all these months together,

all I've taught you... revert to the assassin

your grandfather wanted you to be.

I could have done it easily, but I didn't.

Out of respect for you.

State police are here.

There are more on the way.

Who did it?

Figure it out for yourself.


My God, Alfred, that was exquisite.

Every ingredient fresh and organic.

Shipped in daily

from a farm Master Bruce owns.

You cook, you clean, you run the household.

I'm impressed.

You should have seen me in my days

upon the stage, Miss Vanaver.

My Falstaff was even better

than my coq au vin.

He's quite the character.

When I was little, I was...

Well, let's say I was a very serious child.

Unlike the zany madcap you are now?

Alfred's the only one

who could ever get me to laugh.

After three months together,

I like to think I can too.

You can, Samantha.

You do.

That and so much more.

- There's something I want to show you.

- Your bedroom, I'll bet.

It's still early. Come take a look at this.

- A new hobby?

- An old one, actually.

The care and feeding of Gotham City.

Hm. That's one of the things

that drew us together, wasn't it?

The Waynes and the Vanavers

have both spent generations...

...trying to make this city great.

My father had a saying:

"Tomorrow is one dream away."

Sentimental words, I know...

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Bob Kane

Robert Kane, known professionally as Bob Kane (born Robert Kahn ; October 24, 1915 – November 3, 1998), was an American comic book writer and artist who co-created, with Bill Finger, the DC Comics character Batman. He was inducted into the comic book industry's Jack Kirby Hall of Fame in 1994 and into the Will Eisner Comic Book Hall of Fame in 1996. more…

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