If it did, though, then yes, it would be that bad a movie, Joel Schumacher is that bad a director (he's right up there with Uwe Boll in my book), andthat bad a cast, and you are that bad a person for even entertaining the notion that Schumacher Batman movies are anything but ~ing terrible.
If it had had a sequel, that probably would have been even campier and would have driven the Batman movie franchise into the ground until a decent director got a green light years later to pick it up again and do it right. Good thing that never happened.
SNES had tons of awesome beat-em ups that were hidden gems: Stone Protectors, Power Rangers the Movie, Captain Commando, Sonic Blastman 2... I could go on and on
I never played either of these Batman games, but we rented Power Rangers the Movie and Spiderman Separation Anxiety a few times. They were pretty fun from what I remember, but I don't think I ever got very far. All I remember from Power Rangers is hanging from a sign in a grocery store and kicking hovery robot thingys.
Certified Threadkillerô in Space
Lex's hammer is always ****ed for me.