Joker escapes from Arkham Asylum and kills the parents of a young boy as he killed the parents of Batman in the past. Determined to take revenge, Batman fights against anyone that tries to ...
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The Joker has escaped from Arkham and Batman must once again bring him in - once and for all. Unfortunately for the bat, there is something even more sinister than the Joker waiting in the alley for the dark knight detective..
After the tragic murder of Batman at the hands of his foes, his ward Dick Grayson (AKA: Robin) seeks to avenge the death of his mentor, despite attempts by Superman, Wonder Woman and others to stop him.
Brian C. Bethel,
Deep in the basement of Arkham Asylum, a desperate Psychologist has secretly set up an interview with the mass-murdering Joker. As the Clown Prince of Crime reflects on the key moments of ... See full summary »
Paul Matthew Miller,
After his reign of terror in The Dark Knight, the criminal mastermind known as the Joker is now locked up in Arkham Asylum where he continues to wreak havoc as he slowly becomes a threat much greater than anyone expected.
Jason Todd, the second Robin, now calling himself the Red Hood returns to Gotham to carry out his version of battling crime. His plans put him in direct conflict with the Bat Family and the... See full summary »
James Matthew Fuller,
Joker has escaped recently from Arkham Asylum, he kills Robin, Jason Todd, as Robin dies Batman loses control and decides to kill the Joker but many things will get in his way, but Batman will do whatever it takes to finish his mission.
When his girlfriend is supposedly shot and killed, Dick Grayson quits as Robin and goes off to fight crime as Nightwing. While doing so he comes into the path of Deathstroke and has to defeat him before he kills again.
Bob Lee Dysinger,
Joker escapes from Arkham Asylum and kills the parents of a young boy as he killed the parents of Batman in the past. Determined to take revenge, Batman fights against anyone that tries to stop him as well as evils of underworld Gotham. After all those battles, Batman questions his own psychological problems and tries to find a solution.Written by
Pryme Sinista Jinx
Brave and bold attempt at an independent film in the shadow of a multi-million dollar franchise.
Being a fan of the Batman films and cartoons since I was a boy, I was happy to find a new chapter in the on-going saga. There is no sense comparing this to Nolan's work, or indeed any of the films, and it has a very different feel to the cartoons. So where does it fit in?
This short piece (and one of my biggest disappointments is that the end credits filled 6 of the 30 minutes of the feature) is a glimpse in to the conscience and psyche of our famed hero. Being a short piece the pacing is key and here it does well, the scene is set and the arc of the story works well over the running time.
The direction the whole is not bad and there are some great shots. However the steady-cam or perhaps just plain hand-held crowd scenes and other action scenes throughout are just a little to shaky (Paul Greengrass on too much coffee anyone?).
The score was good, as was the grading of the film. I really liked the look they have gone for. The choice of materials for his suit harked back to the Adam West TV show, and after the slick carbon looking suit of TDK and BB is a little hard to deal with.
In conclusion most of the performances are fine and move what is an interesting story along nicely, and there are no major issues in my opinion, fans will enjoy it others might be more difficult to please.
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