Batman and Robin

Corrected entry: How does Alfred get Barbara's measurements for the Batgirl suit before she even got on a plane to fly from England to Gotham City? He hasn't seen her in years and we can assume that Barbara didn't just voluntarily give her Uncle Alfred her measurements.

jmmoosey2015

Correction: If you've been making clothes (or in this case Batsuits) for years, you can easily learn to tell someone's measurements by sight.

Greg Dwyer

Corrected entry: When Freeze's mouth glows blue and he talks, you can ocasionally catch glimpses of the glow sticks in his mouth.

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Correction: His mouth glows blue because of blue LEDs in the mouthpiece on his mask. That is why his teeth glow so brightly.

Corrected entry: When Batman uses the rays of the sun to defrost Gotham, we see that the sun beams go through the observatory and then into the telescope. If the beams are in the observatory at that time and are hot enough to evaporate all of that ice without even letting it get to a liquid stage first, wouldn't Batman and the two scientists be burning up?

Correction: The sun beams are just normal sunlight that was being brought from the Congo to melt the city, it would be just like when the sun rises in the morning; what made the beam hotter was the telescope itself.

Corrected entry: Maybe I am a fool, but I still can't find out why Mr. Freeze has in his own home a "hot/cold" switch. I mean, he needs cold to survive. It's like I had a "pure air/toxic gas" switch in my house.

Correction: Mr. Freeze didn't build his hideout, it was an abandoned ice cream shop called 'Snowy Cone' so therefore he didn't build the 'hot/cold' switch... It was already there when he took over.

Corrected entry: The Mr. Freeze costume weighed 75 pounds - but this was no challenge for Arnie.

moviedude345

Correction: Actually in several interviews from around the time of the release of Batman and Robin. Arnold stated that the weight of the suit made it hard to work in.

GameBlade

Corrected entry: Batman couldn't possibly have his own credit card. Obtaining a credit card requires proof of identification and a billing address, neither of which Batman would submit for obvious reasons. Nor would it be a credit card that he issued himself through Wayne Enterprises because the credit card company would see that a Wayne Enterprises Corporate credit card was used at a charity event that was attended by Batman and would subsequently reveal his secret identity (not to mention that Batman intends on using the card for a $7 million purchase, which is not a price anyone is going to turn a blind eye to), which is not something Batman would risk. And although the Bat-credit card may be a jokey reference to the 60s TV series, Batman still demonstrates his intent on using the card to secure his bid for a date with Poison Ivy, which means that in the context of the film, the credit card is functional.

Serious B

Correction: In a world where Batman would actually carry his own Bat-Card it must then be that Bruce Wayne started his own bank with the sole purpose of providing credit to Batman. It being his bank, he can decide whom to lend to, with or without the standard identifying information.

Phixius

Corrected entry: Batman couldn't possibly have his own credit card. Obtaining a credit card requires proof of identification and a billing address, neither of which Batman would submit for obvious reasons. And although the Bat-credit card may be a jokey reference to the 60s TV series, Batman still demonstrates his intent on using the card to secure his bid for a date with Poison Ivy, which means that in the context of the film, the credit card is functional.

S. Ha

Correction: Batman could easily have a corporate credit card from Wayne Industries for personal use. Many companies have cards for employees or even suppliers.

rswarrior

Corrected entry: In order for Arnold Schwarzenegger to be able to walk around his "icy" hideout in only a robe and slippers, they obviously had to crank up the heat on the set. This can be seen in all of the henchmen's terrible "I'm freezing" acting. And they all seem to be sweating profusely with all of the snow gear on.

Shakakahn

Correction: Bad acting is not a movie mistake, it's a critique. Even if they are freezing they can still sweat from fear. Mr. Freeze is known to kill people with his freeze ray just for fun - like the security guard in the museum. The henchmen have a valid reason to be in fear for their lives.

BocaDavie

Corrected entry: George Clooney offered to refund anyone who saw this movie in theatres.

Correction: There's no actual proof that George Clooney ever said he would refund the ticket price to anyone who asked. He has said a great many other disparaging remarks about the movie in official interviews, but never this. This is one of those apocryphal rumors that gets passed around without anything resembling a source and if it's kept here, it should be mentioned as such.

Corrected entry: Bane busts into the prisoner property locker to steal Mr Freeze's suit. As this locker is used to store personal effects of prisoners, there are two errors in this sequence. Firstly, Two Face's suit from the previous film is in plain view, which would not be in the locker since Two Face died in the previous film and is not a prisoner at Arkham. Secondly, the Riddler's green suit is also in there, although at the time of his arrest in the previous film he was wearing a white sequined suit. Contrary to what a corrector previously posted, the Riddler's green suit should logically not be in the locker either, since he was not wearing it at the time of his arrest and it would therefore be considered police evidence rather than the prisoner's personal effects, and would be kept at the police station rather than the asylum itself.

virtual-toast

Correction: Yes, but in the DC Universe, things are done a bit differently. Any gear belonging to a supervillain is either kept at Arkham Asylum (for non super powered villains/equipment) or S.T.A.R. Labs in Metropolis (for gadgets like Mr. Freeze's gun). Both sites are more secure than a normal police evidence room. This is just a nod to the comics.

Grumpy Scot

Corrected entry: Speaking of the insane rocket scheme: 30,000 feet is hardly "the icy cold of space" as Mr. Freeze described it to the trapped Batman. In fact, several species of birds are known to fly in the 23-27,000 foot range when migrating. Their hearts certainly don't "freeze and beat no more", else we'd probably hear a lot about all the property damage that frozen birds cause each year as they die and plummet five miles to earth.

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Correction: 30,000 feet is almost 6 miles high... higher than Mt Everest. Generally air temperature drops about 5 degrees celsius for every 1000 feet climbed... well below freezing. While there have been reports of migratory birds at elevations of 29,000 feet, the temperature would depend on the surface conditions in that area, not to mention wind conditions. Considering it's nighttime in Gotham, the air temperature at 30,000 feet would likely be well under freezing. As to whether it's the "icy cold of space," well, Mr Freeze is prone to hyperbole.

JC Fernandez

Corrected entry: After Mr. Freeze freezes Robin, he takes the diamond and freezes a door to block the opening in the wall. Freeze has made it very clear that his gun can shoot to far targets, so why would the ice gun just stop shooting and freeze a sheet right in front of him?

Nancy Burger

Correction: Most likely mr. Freeze has designed his gun with several different settings and uses. A small switch near the trigger that would change the setting from long-range ray to short-range solid freezing would not be very conspicuous, but could be very useful.

Twotall

Corrected entry: In Freeze's opening heist when Batman throws a grenade through the wall, it leaves a regular hole. After the shot changes back to Batman coming through the hole, it's in the shape of a bat instead of the regular hole.

Correction: I don't think Batman throws a grenade. It's Robin who crashes through the door leaving a hole shaped like him on a bike. After that, all the shots from the door show a bat shaped hole.

Dragon

Corrected entry: It is illogical for The Riddler's green suit to be in the prisoner property locker at Arkham. The last time we saw Edward Nygma as The Riddler, he was wearing a white sequined suit with green question marks, so it is safe to assume this is what he was arrested in, and thus what should be in the property locker. The police may have seized his other costumes, but there is no reason for them to be at Arkham.

Correction: Just because you think there is no reason for it not to be there, doesn't make it true. Maybe they did store all of the Riddler's stuff at Arkham just like real prisons store personal effect for prisoners.

shortdanzr

Corrected entry: Freeze jumps out of his rocket after leaving Batman in there - when Robin and Batman jump out after him, they should reach terminal velocity. With everyone travelling at equal speed, it's not possible that the diamond could have been knocked from Freeze's hand with sufficient force for Robin to subsequently catch it.

Correction: This doesn't take into account factors such as air resistance, or aerodynamics.

Phixius

Corrected entry: At the charity convention, Mr. Freeze grabs a vine, but he barely jumps and yet he flies halfway across the room.

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Correction: Freeze is a super-villian, wearing a cybernetic suit. Not only could his strength be augmented by such a suit, but the added mass the suit provides would also allow him to swing further with less effort.

Phixius

Corrected entry: Why is Two Face's costume in the prisoner property locker if he is dead and not in prison?

Correction: In his audio commentary for the DVD anthology, Schumacher states that he did not wish to have Batman kill anyone in Batman Forever. It is assumed Two-Face perished but Schumacher pointed out on the commentary track that we are not shown that Two-Face actually died, and one can assume that because his jacket is in the Arkham storage room in Batman & Robin, he also survived.

Corrected entry: When Ivy is on top of the police station disabling the Bat Light with Bane, we see that the light is on. But there's no reason for it to be on in the first place, since there hasn't been any sort of emergency.

Correction: The bat-light has probably been activated because Bane and Poison Ivy have broken into the police station and climbed to the roof, or because they activated it themselves.

Corrected entry: During her breathtaking entrance at the charity convention, Poison Ivy dives backwards into the arms of five men. But when she lands, she seems to have made a 180-degree spin in midair, because now her head is where her feet should have been.

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Correction: Not true. She lands in the arms of the men, who then stand her up, after which she turns around to face the crowd.

Corrected entry: Freeze says that the Ice Age killed the dinosaurs. Of course this is untrue, but done to show how mad Freeze has become.

Correction: Freeze could have believed that the Ice age did kill the dinosaurs. Even if he did knew that if it wasn't the ice age that killed the dinosaurs this comes down to a character mistake not a film mistake.

Lummie

Corrected entry: After Freeze freezes the furnace, why doesn't he at least get hurt when he lands, after falling that far? Batman and Robin had to use ropes.

Correction: Mr Freeze also used the ice stream from his gun to break his fall.

Corrected entry: After defeating Poison Ivy, Batman states that they need to hurry and stop Mr. Freeze, yet he and his cohorts have the time to travel all the way back to the Batcave, change their clothes, and pick up new vehicles.

Correction: They had to get the proper gear to battle Mr. Freeze. Batman obviously knew that their normal gear would be insufficient to stop him, so they had to "hurry" to get properly equipped.

Guy

Corrected entry: When she first appears, Poison Ivy says to the Dr. Woodrue that her skin was replaced with chlorophyll. But chlorophyll is the substance that makes the green in the plants. So, if Ivy's skin was replaced with chlorophyll, why it isn't green?

Correction: Presumably she meant her -blood- was replaced with chlorophyl, since hemoglobin is chemically similar to it. Alternately, this may simply be an example of a villian blustering to sound impressive.

Corrected entry: When Alicia Silverstone is hacking Alfred's computer, she looks at a photo of her mom. When she first looks at it, it has no writing on it. She looks back at the computer and then back at the photo, but this time it is signed "Love Peg."

Correction: The picture that says "Love, Peg" is the one in Alfred's room. Barbara is not looking at it, she's remembering it.

Corrected entry: Poison Ivy becomes trapped in a plant that she was happily lying in before.

Correction: Not a mistake. There are reports of dogs visciously attacking someone even after living with them happily for years.

Corrected entry: What kind of cruel prison is Arkham Asylum anyway? Mr. Freeze's life-sustaining "cold zone" in his cell is merely the size of his bed. Not only that, but this prison stores all the supervillains' equipment there as well?

Correction: First of all Arkham Asylum is a hospital/asylum for mental patients not a prison. It is not out of the realm of reasoning to think that they were not prepared to accept Freeze and his particular needs. So until they could provide the equipment to give him room to walk around he would have limited space. And the equipment is most likely there for the doctors/scientists to study.

Corrected entry: If Alicia Silverstone was born in England and has lived in England all these years, why doesn't she have any accent?

Correction: She only studied in England, nobody said that she was born there.

Corrected entry: When we first see the picture of Alfred's sister Margaret, the picture is on the right of his computer. Later on, when Alicia Silverstone is trying to hack into his computer, it's on the left.

Correction: Because so much time has elapsed between these two shots, it is possible that either Alfred or Barbara moved the picture at some stage. Possibly one of them knocked it over and had to move it, or shifted it so that it wouldn't distract them, whatever the reason would be, the bottom line is we can't negate the possibility that the frame was moved for whatever reason, between the two scenes.

Corrected entry: When Alicia Silverstone is hacking into Alfred's computer she is asked to enter a password. Each time she enters on you can actually see what she is typing. In actuality, passwords will show up as a number of asterisks.

Correction: Not always true. Sometimes passwords can be shown in text. It depends on whoever made it, made it so it encrypts the password so when you type it, it becomes asterisks.

Corrected entry: Isn't it funny how Batman has gone through so many costume modifications in his movies, yet in the scene where Bain holds him off the ground and Ivy presses close, you can still see the holes that Catwoman made on his side in the second movie?

Correction: It cannot be the same suit that Batman wore when he fought Catwoman in Batman Returns. First, the Batsuit that Batman has on when he is fighting Bane has a giant black bat symbol across his chest, while the batsuit he wore when he was fighting Catwoman had a little yellow oval with a bat. Second, In Batman Forever, all but one batsuit (the new prototype that Batman invented) are destroyed when the Riddler blows up everything in the Batcave.

Corrected entry: The new Batmobile has no cockpit shield above it. Would it not be hard to drive that thing at its top speeds with the wind blowing in his face?

Correction: The aerodynamics of a car do not always require it to have a windshield. A few years ago, a prototype car was designed that had no windshield or roof and the aerodynamics of it caused the air to travel in a very predictable manner up and over the passenger compartments.

Sol Parker

Corrected entry: As Poison Ivy is decorating her new hideout, she tells Bane that "It took God seven days to create Paradise." But in the Bible, it says it took God six days to create the Universe, and He rested on the seventh day.

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Correction: It is generally accepted that the seventh day counts, and so it took God seven days to create the Earth.

Corrected entry: In the scene when Alfred's niece is trying to open the disc of the Batcave, when she types in the name Margaret, you should hear 9 key taps including enter, but instead you hear 10.

Correction: Shift key and then M for a capital M in Margaret plus return equals 10 clicks.

Corrected entry: When Barbara is accessing the password in Alfred's files, the picture appears without dedication and after with dedication.

Correction: She's remembering two different pictures, her copy and her uncle's copy.

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