This movie isn't horrible, and Tim Burton was good, but he didn't direct this, Joel Schumacher did. Joel made many horrible choices in this movie, but casting Jim Carrey was one of the few good decisions.
I gotta say... First of all, nice drawing. Secondly, seeing this pop up on the main page was the weirdest coincidence. This morning, there was a Youtube video I commented on, where I was talking about how overrated I thought the Nolan movies were, and how much I liked Burton's and Schumacher's better (despite how underappreciated the latter movies are).
As for the Nolan movies, I don't necessarily think they're terrible, but at the same time, I don't think they're as flawless as so many people make them out to be. I just found Burton's and Schumacher's films to be a lot more entertaining, even the largely hated Batman & Robin.