BY LUCY O'BRIENHow old were you when Tim Burton’s Batman came out in theaters in 1989? Ten? Two? A half-formed idea in the back of your parents’ minds? I was five, and therefore the impact the film had on Hollywood was somewhat lost on me growing up. But even at that young age, I still remember its ubiquity, the sense that it was somehow profound, and that if I didn’t see it my place in the world would be less valid.