And I saw Batman 1989 in the theater. What's his point?
I tried to see Batman in the theater in '89. All three times we were turned away at different theaters because the film broke. Waited for the VHS to be released, first two copies we bought had corrupted tape.
You didn't miss a thing!
Those words... I do not think they mean what you think they mean.
I saw One Dark Night in the theater back in 1983. Adam West was in it. That movie ruled.
I saw the first Jaws at a drive-in. I can probably just drop the "school fan" part of the phrase and just say that I am "old."
I watched Batman on TV in 1966. If that guy's an old school Batman fan, that makes me a paleolithic school Batman fan.
...Nanananana... Batman! Pow! Biff!! Kerpow!!! :)
My sister and brother watched reruns of Batman in the 70's when I was a baby and sang the theme song all the time. No guff, my first word was 'Batman'!
I *invented* the theater!!! ;)
I had some 3D trading cards from the TV show. It was on twice a week, once to set up the cliffhanger and again to resolve it.
I'm seeing this as a character study in attention spans. He probably doesn't realize it was only five years ago, simply because it's not brand new or on the horizon anymore.
There is an age where 5 years is still a long time.
Ouch! Oww! *groan* Uggh...! Reading this one hurt my soul! I need a Doctor, or at least a shower...
Hipster level = complete noob.
There should be a "am I old or is he an idiot?" tag.
I'm waiting for somebody to say they saw the original Batman in theaters in 1943.
I'm an old school Batman. I saw Mark of Zorro in the theater with my parents when I was 8...
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