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Plot: While Damian Wayne struggles to cope with Batman's no-killing rule, he soon starts to believe that his destiny lies within a secret society known as, The Court of Owls. Runtime: 80 mins Release Date: 14 Apr 2015
Relationship between Batman and Robin explained well. (by jatinkm)
Best animated DC movie. Excellent animation, story, character development, dialogues, action and also bad-ass moments of batman. Also nice development of the villain.The story is continued from the prequel "Son of Batman".The motivations of almost every character is explained and story is paced well.
Finally a Court of Owls movie! (by philchappell-30942)
Could you imagine if they made a live action version of this movie? Robin continues to struggle with his father's lifestyle and no kill rule. When it's Alan from the court of owls confront him about it and says killing is the Right Way, Robin becomes confused about which path is right for him. Good movie for fathers and sons to watch together or for any Batman and Robin fan alike. Don't get annoyed by Robins attitude for he is portrayed exactly the way he is in the comics
superheroes are human (by jawneyfloros)
Review: I really enjoyed this movie because it shows you that people in the serminly perfect Wayne world can be human. The direction and screenplay are both really good. Both the casting and acting are really good also. All in all I would give this give out of a possible five stars.
Spectacular! (by namashi_1)
'Batman vs. Robin' is a Spectacular animation flick, that has tremendous potential to translate into a motion-picture about the caped crusader. I was stunned & awe-struck by this striking effort!'Batman vs. Robin' Synopsis: While Damian Wayne struggles to cope with Batman's no- killing rule, he soon starts to believe that his destiny lies within a secret society known as, The Court of Owls.'Batman vs. Robin' is high on story & animation. It blends both the factors, most efficiently. J. M. DeMatteis's Screenplay is definitely dark, but it holds <more>
tremendous appeal. The twists in the tale as well as its action-sequences, are so well-structured. There is no place for boredom here. Jay Oliva's Direction offers some of the most brilliant animation I've in seen in recent times. Background Score is top-notch.Vocal-Performances are also superb. Jason O'Mara – Bruce Wayne / Batman, nails it. Stuart Allan – Damian Wayne / Robin, gives the underrated superhero, a voice with power. Sean Maher – Dick Grayson / Nightwing, has done an impressive job. Robin Atkin Downes – Court of Owls Grandmaster, roars.On the whole, 'Batman vs Robin' rocks!
Homage for Grant Morrison and Scott Snyder (by coolmen1310)
Let's be honest, DC Animated idea for a shared universe post- Flashpoint Paradox has not been the very best of ideas: Justice League War was a disaster and Son of Batman was way below the league of other great films like Batman-Superman Public Enemies or Flashpoint Paradox or Under the Red Hood.The equation seems to change when you add a screenwriter who knows the Universe and plays around with ideas that are already established in the comics -this is what marks the difference between a fan/expert from a "more common" person.While BvR is still not at the same level as the <more>
aforementioned films, marks a good new entry for this animated universe and pays homage to the two writers that most influenced the film -Grant Morrison and Scott Snyder- I hope the quality of this new universe only goes up in the future the very best adaptations/original stories from the DC Universe.
I appreciate the darker tone that this had compared to "Son of Batman", the main problem I had was with the plot. Everything else is great, but the story is something I've seen a lot of. That's a small negative however, the acting is once again fantastic, the animation is great, and Bruce and Damian's relationship is growing. Again, I don't have a problem with how Damian acts, he's a 10 year old that's been trained to be ruthless and without mercy, and this movie's more focused on him still having trouble adapting to Bruce's code. Only one more movie <more>
to go, then it's the grand finale of the Bat-a-thon. The "Son of Batman" trilogy is still doing great and I can't wait for the final chapter.
Note, I did not read comics, so I will be judging this movie solely on its own merits, even though Grant Morrison is easily the best comic writer currently working in the industry.Anyway, the movie. I really liked it. The title can be a tad misleading, as Batman and Robin Damian Wayne only come to blows once during the film. Really, the conflict between the two is a psychological one. Damian is a young, jumped-up kid with a major thirst for justice and not a little blood, which puts him at odds with Batman. Batman, meanwhile, is the stern, unyielding figure that he almost always is, never <more>
letting Damian out of his sight and keeping him close, more than a little paranoid about Damian's upbringing within the League of Shadows.Their conflict is brought to a boiling point when a Talon from The Court of Owls approaches Damian about joining, encouraging his latent bloodlust and pushing him ever further past Batman's point of no return. Things only get worse when the Court tries to recruit Bruce Wayne into their ranks, unaware of his dual-life. Will Damian remain true to his father's hardline sense of ethics, or with this hardline stance only serve to push him away and into the talons of the Court?I'll go ahead and say that out of all the things the movie does right, the main reason I love it so much is because it gives both of its main characters story arcs. Both Batman and Damian come out of this movie noticeably changed but also in a way that's not shoved in your face like it was with Nolan's Dark Knight movies. Most other Batman media, be it Batman Returns, the Schumacher movies, the Justice League TV show and films, and Batman: The Brave and the Bold either reaffirm Batman's character or just cut out a story arc all together. This is one of those rare exceptions that actually develops Batman beyond the persona of the brooding jerk that he's acquired in recent years.Damian, too, gets a story arc, but not one that's as subtle. It's pretty easy to see how he develops as a character; after all, the entire conflict of the film hinges on his anxieties about his identity and his parents, a struggle that all young kids go through in their lives.I only have two complaints about this movie. The first is that the Court of Owls' true motivation for recruiting Damian is rather anticlimactic, and it brings the tug-of-war going on between them and Batman for Damian's trust to an abrupt and disappointing end. The second reason is that early on, Batman thinks Damian killed someone, even though any fool would be able to look the situation over and easily be able to tell that Damian was guiltless. It feels really contrived and really forced. Then again, that could just be Batman seeking to reaffirm his own paranoid suspicions about Damian's nature. Either way, I didn't like it.Aside from those complaints, I'd call this a solid film, definitely better than the last two Batman titles that DC Animated released. It's dark, it's suspenseful, and it shows a side of Batman that many people have forgotten about.
I went into this movie with low expectations. Son of Batman and Assault on Arkham were some of the worst animated movies DC has recently produced in my opinion. I am a huge batman nerd and an avid comic reader. Knowing all the lore and stories, I am especially critical of movies or comics. Don't get me started on Dark Knight Rises or Grant Morrison's writing. However, while this movie did not follow a comic arc or should even be considered canon, it was an excellent movie. -'s 1. The title doesn't fit. 2. It isn't canon with Snyder's writing. Part of Grant <more>
Morrison's legacy-The hipster who ruined the original continuity. +'s Excellent Animation Good movie, not just a good superhero movie. Very fast-paced/suspenseful, but still maintained a good plot. Perfect and gritty script writing-even without K. Conroy it was good. Did not jump the shark-not unbelievable like anything Morrison would write.
A worthy follow-up to "Son of Batman" (by ersinkdotcom)
DC Comics and Warner Bros. Animation bring fans of the Dark Knight his latest adventure "Batman vs. Robin." Writer J. M. DeMatteis does an incredible job blending together Grant Morrison's "Batman & Robin: Batman vs. Robin" and Scott Snyder's "Batman: The Court of Owls" graphic novels into one action-packed thrill ride through the darkness of Gotham City. It doesn't hurt that the ever angry and charismatic Damien Wayne and his strained relationship with his father Bruce are parts of the main focus of the story.In "Batman vs. Robin," <more>
Damian Wayne has a hard time accepting his father's no-killing rule. He soon starts to believe his destiny lies within a secret society. The Son of Batman finds himself the target of a vigilante calling himself Talon. The mysterious man wants Damian to take his place as the lead assassin of the enigmatic Court of Owls.I loved the way filmmakers incorporated parts of "Damien: Son of Batman" into "Batman vs. Robin." There's a small "dream" or "nightmare?" sequence where Batman finds himself face to face with a grown-up Damien who dresses in a new version of the cape and cowl. A touching showdown between the two ensues which addresses the Dark Knight's insecurities about the way he's raising his offspring."Batman vs. Robin" is rated PG-13 for intense action and violence, suggestive images and thematic elements. There are some instances where dark silhouettes cover up nude bodies in the context of insinuated adult situations. For all intents and purposes, think of "Batman vs. Robin" as having the same content as "The Dark Knight Rises," but as a cartoon. "Batman vs. Robin" is a worthy follow-up to "Son of Batman." I love the character of Damian Wayne and feel there's a lot more they could do with the character in further animated features. Might I suggest an animated adaptation of the "Damien: Son of Batman" graphic novel? The explosive relationship between Bruce and Damien is something that will not only find teens being able to associate with it, but fathers who struggle with their rebellious and independent-minded sons as well.