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It's a good "New 52" interpretation of Batman and Son, but that's the only thing that this movie acts as. 0
Ah like Father, like son. The creative minds behind DC Animated Universe have created yet another film based on a popular DC Comics story. A retelling of the first encounter Batman had with the son he never knew he had with Talia Al Ghul. With Damian having to live with Batman, Batman will have to teach his 10-year old son that vengeance and killing are never the answer when Deathstroke The Terminator comes to claim what is rightfully his!This movie’s story [loosely] follows Batman and So...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
It's going to be very hard for me to be fair about this movie because I never really liked Damien much as a character, but I'll try my best to give it a fair shake here.The Good - The action of course, is almost a sure thing when its a movie involving Batman. I especially enjoyed the sword fight with Damien and Deathstroke at the end. I also think David McCallum nailed it as Alfred. Batman was his usual self, in other words awesome. The Bad- As I said I really don't like Damien so I really foun...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
The GoodFirst off, I will say that I love the animation. There's a few times I was watching and I couldn't help but think of Avatar: The Last Airbender from the style of the artwork. It really does look good. The action is pretty good, too, and there's this one moment where Talia is using the impractical yet awesome castle defense weapon I've ever seen: A Gatling turret gun that shoots ARROWS. It's so stupid, but I just couldn't help but find it kinda awesome and hilarious. Finally, the story ce...2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
I was impressed with the animation. I felt like the story was good, but not great and was a bit upset about the exclusion of Tim Drake. Some of the acting felt off. Damien's voice actor was really good for the character. Jason O'Mara did a good job as Batman, better than what he did in Justice League: War. Sean Mehar did okay as Nightwing, he felt like Neil Patrick Harris did in Batman:Under The Red Hood, he did okay for doing Nightwing, I did feel at first that his voice was off for Nightwing. ...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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