7. Batman Forever
This was it. This was where they made their debut. You know what we’re talking about. Those. The Batsuit’s “Bat-nipples”! They were just one of many camp and confusing design choices employed by director Joel Schumacher for his take on the Caped Crusader, and an unbelievably huge departure from the gothic tone set previously by Tim Burton’s films. While you can’t blame Schumacher for not wanting to imitate his predecessor, what exactly possessed him to turn Batman’s world into a colourful and garish one is still unknown to this day (although it’s a safe bet to say toy sales played a role in it). Throw in Jim Carrey’s Riddler and Tommy Lee Jones’ Two-Face, and Batman Forever is somehow even more camp than the ridiculous 1960’s TV series!