If you'd like to become a permanent poster on a website we don't post to, feel free to get in contact with a QxR member. Batman has not been seen for ten years. And what happens when Batman comes face to face with his old nemesis Two-Face? You can hear the struggle he goes through before finally deciding to don the cowl of the caped crusader once more - and when he does - he is back with a vengeance. The action is intense and beautifully animated, accompanied by an epic score by Christopher Drake. Warner decided to split the tale, originally spread over 4 issues, into 2 movies.
A new breed of criminal ravages Gotham City, forcing 55-year-old Bruce Wayne back into the cape and cowl. Fans would be pleased at how true to the original this is and how it expands on the original, smoothening out the rough edges while adding a whole new dimension to the characters. The second half of part 1 really set the tone for part two and it really leaves the viewer in anticipation - with a big smile. But, the Joker has decided to stop this, and fights against Batman in a deadly duel. Casual movies goers will want to head to their local comic shop for the first time ever.
Joker is being released from jail. I'm an 90-ties kid now 21 and I watched a lot of batman cartoons and movies, and even read the comic on which this movie is based on. Green Arrow is getting involved in Gotham City's conflicts. Despite his age, Bruce is forced to become Batman once again to save his city. This is the animated film comic fans have been waiting for. Its only downside is that Warner decided to use its generic color palate rather than replicate the muted tones and heavy grays colored by Lynn Varley in the original artwork.
One of the most beloved Batman tales finally gets the animation treatment. But Dark Knight Returns part 1 is just such an example of an animated movie that is not only true to its source material, but expands upon it. After seeing Batman Year One, I was nervous about this one, but I was pleasantly surprised! While 70 year old Commissioner Gordon is being replaced with an Anti-Batman minded Ellen Yindel. They seem to want to avoid alienating people on either side of the political spectrum perhaps wisely. Animation was excellent, the Tone was perfect and when watching this Animated Movie, I felt completely drawn in to the world that Frank Miller had created back in 1986. Not only does Batman have the Joker to contend with, but put Superman together in the mix, and you get another level of awesomeness.
As Batman fights the Joker, the Man of Steel prepares for his greatest fight. What else could you ask for I have watched almost all the batman anime. Its only downside is that Warner decided to use its generic color palate rather than replicate the muted tones and heavy grays colored by Lynn Varley in the original artwork. Reviewed by behy7000 10 I'll be short. A lot of deep themes about the nature of heroism vs vigilantism abound in this tale, all of which were in the original comic but just expanded upon in the animation medium. Encode Screenshots Click for full quality Media Information General Format: Matroska File Size: 1. The first part was in itself great, but the second part really breaks the boundary of excellence.
A new breed of criminal ravages Gotham City, forcing 55-year-old Bruce Wayne back into the cape and cowl. Like Two Face, Bruce Wayne and Batman are presented as two separate personalities fighting for control. I eagerly look forward to Part 2!! Having watched the last installment of Christpher Nolans Batman on the big screen, this little piece just keeps the fire burning. Turns out that it was an excellent decision which not only successfully adapted the first half of Frank Miller's epic, but added layers to the story and characters that the limited page count of the graphic novel could not leave in. It has been years since Batman went into retirement. The Dark Knight Returns by Frank Miller is among the most acclaimed graphic novels ever. But is Batman truly just a mask Bruce wears? But, does he still have what it takes to fight crime in a new era? Synopsis Batman has not been seen for ten years.
More at And And Related Torrents Added Size Seeders Leechers 1 month ago 1. Or is it the other way around? Nobody gets really angry, or forceful, or upset. A vast gang of street thugs led by their grotesque but incredibly strong and savage leader. But if the mutant leader's extreme acts can rouse Batman to return to vigilantism, so too can Batman's actions rouse criminals to return to their old ways as one character claims in the story. I'm an 90-ties kid now 21 and I watched a lot of batman cartoons and movies, and even read the comic on which this movie is based on. But, does he still have what it takes to fight crime in a new era? Congratulations to the team that brought us this great adaptation and I hope that this is just the first of many that can be brought to the screen. All this ties up perfectly as a well paced, superbly written, beautifully animated and savagely action packed movie with many surprises.
On that note, the animation presented here is the perfect balance of fluidity and art detail. Meanwhile, the Man of Steel is ordered to stop the Dark Knight because the government believes that his ways are wrong. Both villains serve as a dark reflection of Batman himself. Billionaire Bruce Wayne now drifts from day to day hoping that the people of Gotham can take care of themselves. Just when we thought the cinematic world of Batman couldn't get any better thanks to Chris Nolan's masterful Dark Knight Trilogy we were finally bestowed the very faithful film adaption of the Dark Knight Returns. If you'd like to become a permanent poster on a website we don't post to, feel free to get in contact with a QxR member. In the end, though, this is a wonderful execution of a great story.
But, does he still have what it takes to fight crime in a new era? Reviewed by xamtaro 9 One of the most beloved Batman tales finally gets the animation treatment. The original was great; the animated adaptation makes it better. Well done and Respect to the Director and his crew for putting this together so well. Batman fanatics will want to watch this and the Dark Knight Returns Part I back to back. Also missing is Batman's inner monologue- which I guess can be forgiven since movies are a visual medium, but ultimately we lose some of the comic's best lines because of it. The action is intense and beautifully animated, accompanied by an epic score by Christopher Drake.
A+ A wonderful translation of the Frank Miller Novel brought to life on the Screen. The story is faithfully recreated here, with very little censorship of the violence, and most of the included dialogue straight from the pages of the comic, albeit with some forgivable changes. Iconic frames, memorable battles and atmospheric scenes are replicated faithfully. Billionaire Bruce Wayne now drifts from day to day hoping that the people of Gotham can take care of themselves. But Weller infuses Batman's voice with nuance and subtlety which fits the character well.