I personally think that Tim बर्टन made Batman, and Gotham city और memorable and his characters were और than one dimensional. The only two characters that went the extra mile in Nolan's were Gary Oldman as Commissioner Gordan and Heath Ledger as a different take on the Joker. But unlike Burton's बैटमैन Michael Keaton, Christian Bale, never really had a whole lot of depth to him, and his voice often sounded a little too raspy. Don't get me wrong I like the movie's and own the first two ( haven't got the last one yet). But I just feel like there is और chemistry between Michael Keaton and Michelle, Michael and Jack, Michael and Danny, the fighting scenes, the music, the costumes, and not to mention Gotham City actually looks like it lives up to its name in the बर्टन फिल्में instead of just looking like Chicago या New York which is not much fun. I may get some back lash here, but Even Tommy Lee as Harvey Dent, Uma Thurman as Poison Ivy, Arnie as Mr. Freeze, and Jim Carrey as the Riddler were good,( I do prefer Tom Hardy over the gross Bane)- the direction wasn't the best, but the फिल्में are still enjoyable पॉपकॉर्न flicks, - it didn't help that there was a new Batman, every movie after Keaton either.
The one villain that I think is underrated after Danny and Michelle is Uma. I think she is almost as seductive as Michelle and is pretty darn close to the comic book Ivy. Another couple things about Nolan's that I don't like is the vehicles and costumes ( notice I कहा Burton's. Although I don't notice the "nipples" that much, I think people make too big a deal out of it.I think all the Villain costumes are very cool and well done). The ones in Burton's are और memorable, the बैटमैन one's in Nolan's look like upgraded army wear. All in all they both have pro's and con's but in the end,- I think बर्टन captures the atmosphere of Gotham and Villains better, along with Better chemistry. And I also think Keaton will always be the better Batman, which is funny, because people had a cow about him being cast, thinking he would be too weird coming off of Beetlejuice.