Batman Forever

Harvey Dent has brain damage and is half good half evil depending on the flip of his coin. Bruce Wayne turns down Edward Nigma's machine that manipulates brainwaves. Nigma then kills his supervisor, making it seem suicide, layed riddles, and became the Riddler. He teams up with Two-Face and creates a machine that fed all peoples thoughts into his brain. He discovered that Bruce Wayne is Batman and leaves a final riddle at his mansion. Two-Face shoots Batman and Riddler destroys the batcave. Bruce and Alfred put all the riddles together. Each riddle has a number and if you transfer the numbers into letters it read Mr. E. The could be Mystery of Enigma. Mr. E. Nigma. Robin came and together they went to the Statue of Liberty to confront them.

Continuity mistake: At the end of the film right after Batman has saved Chase and Robin from falling and Two-Face appears on the ledge, you can see that in one shot Chase has lost her shoes and in the next shot she's wearing black sneakers. (01:48:00)

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Trivia: The building for the circus was inspired by the Justice Hall from the animated series Super Friends.

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Question: At the beginning, when Batman breaks through the helicopter's window with his head, he tells Two-Face, 'Give it up, Harvey. You need help' or something like that. But this voice is totally not what Val Kilmer sounds like. The best I can come up with is that it's a stunt double or something like that. If anybody out there knows the real reason, I'd be happy to hear it.

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Chosen answer: Batman talks like that because if he talks like Bruce Wayne (Val Kilmer's voice) his voice might be recognized, leading to Batman's identity being revealed.

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