If there is one thing you can say about Michael Keaton is that he is dedicated to one of his early roles. 

Over the weekend, Michael Keaton was invited to give the commencement speech for the graduating class at Kent State University. I honestly couldn't tell you want the speech was even about but I know how it ended. He finished up his speech with two words that are infamous for his career and my childhood, "I'm Batman." He made it very clear that if they remembered anything, they need to remember those important words.

However, as much as I liked the ended to his speech, I am wondering if all the kids graduating even understood what he was talking about. The 'Batman' movie was released 29 years ago. I would imagine that most, if not all, of the kids weren't even born yet. Hopefully they had good parents that showed them the movie.

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