Joel Schumacher Is Apologizing For His Shitty "Batman" Film

    Twenty years after its release, the movie is still every bit as cringe-worthy.

    It's no secret that 1997's Batman & Robin is considered the WORST Batman film of all time.

    Some even think it's the worst adaptation of Batman in any genre.

    From the nonsensical plot to the bad dialogue, the movie was a critical and financial disaster that killed the franchise until Christopher Nolan resurrected it for 2005's Batman Begins.

    Vice recently spoke with the film's director, Joel Schumacher, in "honor" of the film's 20th anniversary. And he was very sorry about how the film turned out, saying:

    Look, I apologize. I want to apologize to every fan that was disappointed because I think I owe them that.

    Schumacher went on to point out that he was expected by Warner Bros. to do a sequel to his previous Batman film, the commercially successful Batman Forever, even though he knew that was NOT a good idea.

    After the movie was released Schumacher faced intense backlash from critics and fans, saying:

    ...After Batman & Robin, I was scum. It was like I had murdered a baby.

    Well, all I have to say is, while Batman & Robin might not have been a great movie, it did have a fantastic soundtrack!

    You can read the entire interview with Joel Schumacher here.