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From A Die Hard DC Comics Fan all I got to say decent Batman Movie that DOES NOT HAVE ANYTHING TO DO WITH POLITICAL CORRECTNESS.
REVIEW FOR THE FILM: I have been a huge DC Comics fan for about 15 years. Read a ton of comics, read all the acclaim graphic novels, seen all the live and animated shows and movies, and have played all the video games. So I obviously have seen all the Original Animated movies from Doomsday to this. After the launch of the new 52 the original movies have taken elements from that. This has resulted in some okay to meh movies. So what about this movie? It's decent. Nothing too special but enough to keep me entertain and left me somewhat satisfied. This movie isn't anything new or groundbreaking like Under The Red Hood or Mask of the Phantasm but it is an improvement from Throne of Atlantis or Son of Batman. What are the pros? Good artwork, great fights, and was good to see characters from the comics make it here. Cons are somewhat poor story and villains, new characters could have been establish better, and the lack of Batman is disappointing. Over all it's was good. Again nothing to impressive but with this and Gods and Monsters it's an improvement from DC recent movies.
RESPONDS TO THOSE SAYING THIS MOVIE IS BEING POLITICAL CORRECT: For those complaining this movie being Political Correct READ SOME COMICS. Batwing has always been black since the new 52 and he was completely original character (like Batman Beyond Terry McGinnis) added to the Bat family. They didn't turn Dick Grayson or Red Hood black. Same thing can be apply to Kate Kane Batwoman except she was an already establish character who now just happens to like Woman. Seriously what a crime (Sarcasm). Some people have different traits and the creators decided to experiment around with that. Their traits does not push some diverse or LGT agenda. Batwing being black and Kate Kane being lesbian does not make affects this movie or story what so ever. They didn't have some transgender main character or some gay sex scene. An example of Political Correctness was turning the Human Torch from the most recent Fantastic Four movie black. He was an establish white characters and they turn him black for no good reason but for the sake of diversity. But Batwing being black and Batwoman being lesbian has nothing to do with political correctness. Hardly anyone is complaining about Cyborg or John Stewart being black because they were establish as black characters before Political Correctness was a thing so this should apply to Batwing or Batwoman. Complaining sounds idiotic and stupid. So stop complaining and being salty.
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