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Best Campy Movies

  • Batman: The Movie

    Batman: The Movie (PG, 1966)

    Adam West, Burt Ward, Lee Meriwether, Cesar Romero, Burgess Meredith
    Tongue-in-cheek humor prevails in Batman, a witty homage to the Dynamic Duo's exaggerated exploits. ... read moreThe Caped Crusaders (Adam West and Burt Ward) are called in as a last resort when the criminal masterminds of the millennium team up to conquer Gotham City by turning the U.N. Security Council into dehydrated dust; among the villains are the Joker (Cesar Romero), Catwoman (Lee Meriwether), the Riddler (Frank Gorshin), and the Penguin (Burgess Meredith). The entire cast is excellent, particularly West and Ward, who distinguish themselves among a standout list with hilariously straight-faced performances. The film includes some truly memorable scenes, highlighted by a particularly tenacious shark with a vertical leap that would put Spud Webb to shame and a bomb on the waterfront with no place to explode (nuns, infants and lovebirds beware!). ~ Jeremy Beday, Rovi
    • fb100000690199785
      fb100000690199785: Campy and entertaining, exactly what it needed to be.
      Reviewed 6 days days ago
    • fb100000097936837
      fb100000097936837: Not quite the Dark Knight that we're used to, but this is a campy and satirical follow up of a campy and satire show that helped boost Batman into pop culture.
      Reviewed 18 months days ago
    • danielfpeoples
      danielfpeoples: Batman: The Movie is probably the most campy film ever. And one of the funniest.
      Reviewed 12 months days ago
  • The Spirit

    The Spirit (PG-13, 2008)

    Gabriel Macht, Samuel L. Jackson, Sarah Paulson, Eva Mendes, Dan Lauria
    A resurrected cop does battle with a villain whose quest for immortality threatens an entire metropo... read morelis in Sin City creator Frank Miller's adaptation of Will Eisner's acclaimed graphic novel. When a rookie cop is brutally killed and mysteriously brought back to life, he assumes the guise of The Spirit (Gabriel Macht) -- a masked crime fighter who prowls the shadows of Central City on a supernatural mission to keep the urban landscape safe. Upon discovering that his arch nemesis, The Octopus (Samuel L. Jackson), is determined to live forever even if it means wiping out the entire population of Central City, The Spirit must race to stop the diabolical villain from achieving his cold-blooded plan. But even with his unique powers, the brave masked crusader will face a series of deadly challenges as a bevy of treacherous beauties including deceptively sweet girl next door Ellen Dolan (Sarah Paulson), spitfire secretary Silken Floss (Scarlett Johansson), wraithlike siren Lorelei (Jaime King), seductive policewoman Morgenstern (Stana Katic), and French black widow Plaster of Paris (Paz Vega) set out to seduce or consume him at every turn; even The Spirit's one true love, a volatile jewel thief named Sand Saref (Eva Mendes), could ultimately destroy our hero before he accomplishes his mission of saving Central City. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
    • fb510611586
      fb510611586: . It just simply doesn't work. It's far too campy and convoluted to recommend the plot or the acting and while the visuals are nice, they're jus
      Reviewed 17 months days ago
    • Rocktheset1
      Rocktheset1: Despite a visual brilliance, the campy acting, lacking story and awful writing leave too sour a taste to ignore. The film tries so ha
      Reviewed 23 months days ago
    • fb660872281
      fb660872281: Despite a visual brilliance, the campy acting, lacking story and awful writing leave too sour a taste to ignore. The film tries so ha
      Reviewed 3 years days ago