The museum's role: Plenty happens at the Gotham Museum of Art in "Batman," and depending on who is asked, it varies between a kidnapping or an attempt at seduction. Jack Nicholson's Joker tricks Kim Bassinger's Vicki Vale into a romantic dinner at the museum, but before appetizers arrive the Joker and his team have defaced numerous paintings and destroyed plenty of statues. But the Joker, mind you, is a fan of art, and he ensures that Francis Bacon's Figure with Meat is preserved. The takeaway: Serve meals after-hours amongst the artwork, and museums are more fun when those 'don't-touch-the-art' rules are done away with. So if visitors can't repaint a Joker smile onto that Van Gogh, create a DIY, free-for-all exhibit hall.