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Comments about the soundtrack for Batman (Danny Elfman)
Elfman's score is good, but did anyone else notice...

Julio Gomez
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Elfman's score is good, but did anyone else notice...   Wednesday, April 13, 2005 (3:33 a.m.) 

Did anyone else notice that the original Batsuit in this movie had a cock-hole? When he's suiting up, you can barely see that the giant cup area is on hinges, so Keaton could run to the portable toilets on set and relieve himself without taking off all that rubber.



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Re: Elfman's score is good, but did anyone else notice...   Wednesday, October 5, 2005 (10:37 p.m.) 

Standing next to a man at the urenal is awkward enough.

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