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A big step up from the original animated feature that does a good job re-inventing Two-Face...
Batman Vs. Two-Face is a very entertaining piece of animation, it has all the hallmarks of the '60s series, the performers are on top form.
Clever animated throwback to '60s Batman has some violence.
Sentimentality aside with the final film performance of Adam West, Batman vs. Two Face captures the magic and spirit of the fondly remembered TV series.
Batman vs. Two-Face not only surpasses its predecessor, but it also may very well be the best DC animated film to be released in 2017.
Return of the Caped Crusaders was the real final blowout; Batman vs. Two-Face feels like a side-tangent, but a fun one.
William Shatner's Two-Face/Harvey Dent is nicely realized and fits in well with this particular take on the Batman world, while Adam West brings his affable charm and unassailable good humor to his iconic take on the character one last time.
Very silly, but that is the point. Batman vs. Two-Face totally captures the feel it wants to, and its nice to walk that world for a quick 70 minute romp.
Final rating:??? - I liked it. Would personally recommend you give it a go.
Maybe on par with the first animated sequel, It was more fun but I knew what to expect, The story was pretty fun and it wouldn't of worked any other way apart from an animated film, It wasn't as corny as it should of been but it does have its cheese about it, It was great again to see the original cast back, The animation was good and it had a few good action scenes, It's a great love letter to the 60's TV show and it should please fans old and new, And a fitting send off to The late great Adam West.
R.I.P Adam West.
The Original Dark Knight.
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