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Batman Gotham Knight Reviews

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May 18, 2018
Good movie,with weird animation. The japanese animation doesnt suit Batman so much.A forgettable villain.Still fun.
½ April 6, 2018
a great movie but too boring
March 30, 2018
Apparently this takes place between Batman Begins and The Dark Knight, which I do like. I enjoyed most of these segments and I liked the fact that they made it into an anime.
½ March 16, 2018
Certainly not the most complex or cohesive Batman tale ever brought to life, but Gotham Knight is a visually impeccable treat.
February 27, 2018
I loved every episode. A lot of the reviews are complaining about the animations and the storyline but that's what makes it great is that each episode has a different take on Batman. I want more.
February 6, 2018
an intresting movie for the batman mythology
½ December 3, 2017
One of the best movies I've ever seen. Only give 4.5 because of the sucky animation in the beginning.
June 22, 2017
There is a lot of good Batman content in this anthology; two of the shorts are especially great, showing his legend through the eyes of the children of Gotham and the hero's true superpower: his will. Another is almost as good, showing the vigilante's growing relationship with the police. The other half are entertaining enough, if unremarkable, but the bigger problem is that while they all work well individually they suffer an identity crisis when put together. That's not because they are too disparate; the variety in the different animation styles is a highlight and shows the versatility of the character, it's that they try to tie them together. While it's nice that each one picks up a thread from the previous one, not enough attention was paid to making them line up and it ends up feeling more disjointed than if the shorts were kept more separate. Similarly it purports to fit with Nolan's live action movies, it just about succeeds as regards the narrative situation, but it drops the ball on continuity details. Fortunately this link is easily ignored, but it highlights how the film would have been better embracing one thing on another: either allowing the freedom to make the stories as different from each other as possible (it may have benefited from hiring different voice actors for each one as those used don't always fit) or make them a more uniform whole. By not deciding what it wants to be or committing to one thing it becomes less than the sum of its parts.
February 24, 2017
Really good showcase IOC the world of nolans batman
½ February 14, 2017
Travelling across time and art styles is amazingly interesting. Each child tells their story about their encounter with the mysterious Batman. The stories all harbor a new vision of who and what Batman is. Giving the audience different perspectives into the minds of those who encounter the masked vigilante.
January 28, 2017
BATMAN: Gotham Knight is a messy, disturbing, gory, and crowded film that delivers on action but lacks a thoughtful story.
Super Reviewer
November 23, 2016
A very unusual and darker Batman than we're used to seeing even in animation which has had some pretty dark films, It's split into 6 little segments and they all drag, I found myself clock watching as I struggled to pay attention or enjoy the story, It's definitely not one for the kids as it's more story driven than action packed and cool gadgets, It's got allot of praise and I can see why as the style of this film is very appealing to certain people but I'm afraid it's not for me.
Super Reviewer
October 26, 2016
A great animated Batman tale, told like six pieces of a jigsaw meant to be put together, each using a different style of Japanese anime. All go for the mysterious Dark Knight Of The Shadows effect and the result is elegant and engaging. "Here is the Batman I know," I thought
August 30, 2016
Most of the stories substituted blood for plot. The animation was terrible, and only 2 stories were worth watching. Only buy it if you are a huge Conroy/Batman fan.
August 10, 2016
Collection of six short stories of Batmen, each having a different art style, all produced by famous Japanese anime studios.
First one is "Have I Got a Story for You", initially I was excited to see the Japanese anime style but as the novelty wore off, realized it didn't go well with Batman. As for the story itself its interesting, about kids sharing encounters of batmen and how he looks although the anime makes batmen look lame. (2/5)
Second one is "Crossfire", it had the best anime style which worked for Batmen, awesome action sequence with lots of CGI effects. Story is about a police officers have negative opinion of Batmen and how a first-hand encounters changes the opinion. (4/5)
Third one "Field Test", while I like the anime style hated the Japanese playboy looks of Batmen. The story is probably the best one of the lot, about field testing a new gadget. (3/5)
Fourth one "In Darkness Dwells" got some crazy anime, looks brilliant at the beginning but too much of its no fun, it's like seeing anime when you are high. Also I hated the sketch of Batmen in it, too ugly. The story is about rescuing a kidnapped cardinal from Scarecrow who is based out of underground tunnels of Gotham City. (2/5)
Fifth one is "Working through Pain", while I enjoyed the anime showing the Indian characters and background, Batmen looked too Japanese for my taste. Enjoyed the story about how he learns to survive pain. (3/5)
Sixth one is "Deadshot", got great anime and a great story. Deadshot vs Batmen is actually fun. (4/5)
½ July 17, 2016
A series of short stories that simply oozes style. A must-watch for fans.
½ May 3, 2016
There were some interesting story's here but still felt like it wasn't anything more than a little bit above average
½ April 23, 2016
The first animation is just awful and many of the others have parts that fall flat on their faces, but Batman + Anime?!? Just tell me that doesn't spell awesome!

March 24, 2016
Batman Gotham Knight is probably one of the worst Batman movies ever, it does have some moments though.
February 23, 2016
In my opinion this is the best of the Batman animated features. The stories are very entertaining and the art is wonderful. My only objection is the same one I have with every Batman animated feature. The art department can't decide what century to put the story. Can they NOT draw automobiles? One chapter has cars that look like cars from the 1960's and 70's but another is anyone's guess. Now I realize there's no automotive company sponsoring, so the cars can't actually look like name brands, but can't the cars at least take styling cues from modern cars?
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