The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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It's fun, well cast, and has some of the best fight scenes in Batman's animated history. There's some great homages for old fans and tons of new character for those just entering the Batman mythos.
Manages to make you realise why you love Batman and his world so much yet without even really featuring the main course himself.
Super-violent superhero mayhem with a complex story.
Batman: Bad Blood, assures everything remains status quo in terms of another outstanding action-packed and entertaining effort starring the Dark Knight.
So much is made of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but what DC is doing with these animated features is much more organic.
Pretty decent Batman animation, Quite violent and full of action, A good story that most other Batman films miss, Kids will enjoy it if you let them watch it, One of the better animated films for Batman.
The Son of Batman saga continues to be absolutely soulless in this most recent entry: "Bad Blood".
DC has brought out many fantastic animated films, unfortunately they haven't done so since 2013's "Flashpoint Paradox", and this movie has not broken that trend. I love Batman and am glad to see them bringing characters like Batwoman in to features, but watching "Bad Blood" feels like a chore.
I feel the same about this that I have the past few animated Batman originals. It's solid and enjoyable, but doesn't really do anything new. The action is good, the voice acting is alright, and the plot is average for Batman. Damian Wayne has been in the past few original animated films and the character is getting more annoying each time. I wish they would do something with him other than have him say annoying lines and get in the way. Overall, if you like the Batman original animated movies this one is perfectly fine, but nothing to get excited about.
Batman goes missing and so several of his seconds get together and try to find him, all while keeping the city of Gotham from going crazy. This one'll be tough for true fans to watch as rarely has The Indomitable One been so punked out as this (like in that Hollywood Chris Nolan's take where first Catwoman betrays him and then that big S.O.B. breaks his back, which nobody comes back from, but cause it's a movie ... I hate that Nolan guy).
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