A Pakistani guy who watches wayy too many movies for his own good
Jensen Ackles finally got his chance at being the Batman, even if its in animation. Ackles, Duhamel, Burke, Dastmalchian and the late Naya Rivera nail the voice performance. The animation style is quite the same, nothing new but thats not a bad thing at all. What made me interested in this film was that it didnt hesitate to explore the Batman's early detective days where he was still learning and making mistakes in detective work.
WB Animation are on a roll and its like they're literally know what their fans want! These movies are literally every fan's dream-come-true. Jake Castorena returns to direct another WB animated project after Scooby-Doo! and Batman: The Brave and the Bold (2018) and he gives all of his heart in this crossover event. The voice talent is on-point especially Rachel Blood as Batgirl and the actors who voiced each of the TMNT. The film is choke-full of giggles and chuckles…
It was Batman Day yesterday and I wanted something truly Batman. When we say Batman on film most people's mind automatically think about The Dark Knight since its the most revered film on the Caped Crusader.
I beg to differ. I wanted a live-action film which truly captures the dark essence of the Bat of Gotham. Gothic. Voilent. Badass. Horrifying. Batfleck is all of them. How else can we truly display the heroicness of Batman than pitting him against the…