Burton's Batman movies have not aged well; not since Nolan blew them out of the Batcave. The Raimi Spider-Man movies have not aged well, either. I include Spider-Man 2 in that, though it's still the best of the three, and still likely in my top ten superhero movies.
While I don't nessecarily agree with you on Burton's films I will admit the end to the Dark Knight was rushed. BUT WATCHMEN. SWEET STRAWBERRY JESUS. I mean, you know how in the comics their's an actual mystery to who's the bad guy. In the movie(without spoiling)-IT-IS-OBVIOUS! Why can't Alan Moore have a good movie based on his comics. Speaking of the Watchmen, is that sequel by Gaiman really happening? It maybe the only thing I won't like from him.
And who said The Dark Knight 2? I agree. From what my brother says the original series didn't even NEED a sequel. Oh Frank Miller, what did they do to your brain?! Remember Ronin? IT WAS BEAUTIFUL! But noooooooooooow, the only thing he'll be known for is making a hilarious internet meme.
I won't say Burton's Batman movies are plain bad. They just haven't aged well. They're still watchable in comparison to so many other horrendous superhero movies out there like Catwoman, Steel, the first Captain America movie, etc. Don't know what you're trying to say there about Watchmen. Are you saying good or bad?
Two Face's development kind of goes at a breakneck speed to keep the movie from being three hours. I really hated the surveillance crap shoehorned in to the final Joker showdown (although I loved everything else about it). The whole morality play on the boats was just kind of limp to me.
Oh man, if we're including videogames, every Sonic game that followed Sonic & Knuckles, (from what I understand, less so with Sonic 4, Sonic Colours and Sonic Generations. I've only played demos of each)