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This was pretty funny!
I happened on this a couple of days ago, and thought it was worth sharing, just in case it gets somebody else to laugh a little, as well.
It features the modern movie version of Batman fighting one of the most menacing villains in comic book movie history in Bane. Bane is frightening because he is not so grotesquely overdone as a supervillain like, say, um....the one that appears towards the end of the most recent Batman v. Superman movie.
No, Bane feels more real, more believable. And he is obviously tough, having broken Batman's back in the comic books, and following up by doing the same in the Bale Batman trilogy finale, although that is not quite enough to keep Batman down.
And so, here they are fighting, when the Robin character from the 1960's appears, completely out of place. He has this annoying voice and personality, and he is obviously completely out of place. Bane does not take too kindly to him, either. What follows is a bit violent but, since I have a kind of sick mind, it was pretty hilarious anyway.
Take a look and see if you agree, although be warned: it is pretty violent!