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Dark Justice (2003)

A Batman fan film in which Commissioner Gordon's daughter Barbara is kidnapped by a man he sent to prison 20 years before, and he asks for Batman's help to get her back.

Director:

Aaron Schoenke

Writers:

Aaron Schoenke, Bob Kane (character: Batman)
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Cast

Complete credited cast:
Tanoai Reed ... Batman
Kim Hunt Kim Hunt ... Jim Gordon
Kim Weber ... Barbara Gordon
Sean Schoenke Sean Schoenke ... Allen Harris
Tyler Rollins Tyler Rollins ... Ninja
Trey Howell Trey Howell ... Derek
Dave Jenkins Dave Jenkins ... Thug 1
Doug Klug Doug Klug ... Thug 2
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A Batman fan film in which Commissioner Gordon's daughter Barbara is kidnapped by a man he sent to prison 20 years before, and he asks for Batman's help to get her back.

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Genres:

Short | Action

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

31 December 2003 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Batman: Dark Justice See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA

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Color
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[first lines]
Jim Gordon: Barbara, I'm home. I hope you're hungry; I picked up some food. Do you have any plans for later this evening?
[Gordon enters Barbara's room and finds her glasses laying on the floor, her phone knocked off the hook and a ransom note on her desk]
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Really great
5 June 2005 | by tomorrowssecretSee all my reviews

This film was gritty, and real, what Batman should be. It feels very much like Batman Begins, only made 2 years before. Look for Tanoai Reed, the Rock's stunt double, who also won stunt man of the year last year, playing Batman himself, plus a very cool ORIGINAL music score.

The film has something missing from fanfilms, a story and an enjoyable one at that. Granted its only 9 mins, but the story is simple enough to keep the movie moving. The action was great, thanks to the Rock's buddy. I also liked the serious tone this film has, unlike Grayson and Dead End, which are camp to no end.

Also you might have trouble finding this film, but I would try comic conventions for a bootlegged copy.


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