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Batman: The Long Halloween, Part Two (2021)

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3/10: A thorough character assassination of...
Saturday, July 31, 2021

A thorough character assassination of batman Tl:dr A 2 part whodunnit movie where batman is the dumbest character and weakest fighter in the entire thing. A movie where catwoman is a better fighter, free runner, detective and vigilante than batman. A 2 part, in total 3 hour long viewing experience that culminates with the worst ending of any dc media ever because it is nothing short of character assassination, batman, the iconic character does something completely out of character, he finally figures out who is the serial killer that he has spent the past 3 hours screen time, ( 1 year in movie time) and he responds to the discovery by letting them walk away, it is the most flaccid ending you could imagine.More detailed: Having seen every DC movie, both live action and animated to date I can say with complete confidence that this is the most unfitting, out of character, awkward interpretation of batman ever to hit...

8/10: Grim, Gritty, Gripping, Great Parts...
Thursday, July 29, 2021

Grim, Gritty, Gripping, Great Parts 1 & 2Shadows, noir, style, and classic elegance, not to forget comic book inspiration-elements, pervaded Parts 1 and 2 of "Batman: The Long Halloween".Both the Parts remained true, to sufficient extent, to the original comic book (singular) after the same name. Dividing that glorious jewel from Batman comic-canon into two animation-movie segments was a clever adaptation decision. Jeph Loeb (writer), along with Tim Sale (penciller, inker, colourist), was the original comic's author.Tim Sheridan's screenplay for "Long Halloween" on Amazon Prime may inspire a proud smile on Sale and Loeb's faces. Several notable dialogues were carefully crafted - rather, aptly chosen for adaptation.At several points, the animation styles used in Amazon Prime's "Batman: The Long Halloween" evoked the artistry in "Batman: The Animated Series" (1992-1995). Overall, animation was aces, with slight license of course. It felt like watching the comic book itself come to life and move...

7/10: Loses Steam, But Still Good...
Saturday, August 14, 2021

Loses Steam, But Still Good Picking up where Part One left off, the Holiday Killer is still on the loose, killing more of Carmine Falcone's men, while Batman is out of action for three months after falling under the spell of Poison Ivy as Bruce Wayne as a plot by Falcone to make him launder money until Catwoman arrives to break him out of it. However, the investigation is made less easier when The Scarecrow and Mad Hatter are broken out of Arkham Asylum by Sofia, Falcone's daughter. The mystery reaches its intense climax as Batman begins to find evidence linking Harvey Dent to the murders, and an acid attack by Sal Maroni causes Dent to become the villain known as Two-Face.Part Two has a higher rating than Part One, as the violence is more intense and there are even some scary scenes (like Batman's hallucination near the start when he tries to stop Scarecrow...

1/10: Still as bad as the...
Thursday, August 19, 2021

Still as bad as the first chapter! Too slow, and full of annoying overuse scene! Should have done better! This film start with Bruce Wayne possess by Poison Ivy, and he been manipulated to sign ownership paper scene! As turnout, this film is still about solving the mystery of who is the serial killer "Holiday"! We found out is Harvey Dent's wife "Gilda Dent"! Entire film full of boring conversation, and annoying overuse scene! Such as, overuse of the walking scene, overuse of the searching scene, overuse of the staring scene, overuse of the blackout scene, overuse of the calling names scene, overuse of the arguing scene, overuse of the talking with the phone scene, overuse of the news broadcasting on the TV scene, overuse of the drinking scene, overuse of the flashbacks scene, overuse of the hallucinate scene, and overuse of the driving scene! Make the film unwatchable! All the action scene have blood, and things broken at...

6/10: Interesting set up that is...
Thursday, August 5, 2021

Interesting set up that is ultimately let down by weak writing First, the positive. The animation and voice acting were great. It had an interesting set up and the world building was decent. That's about it.The premise from the first movie had promise, but in the end it felt like the writing force things to happen they way they should in order to make the ending happen.Batman is made to look weak and is constantly getting beaten throughout the two parts, but no one thinks to just kill him. The villains win a lot, until the script needs them to lose so the movie can end. The twist feels out of place, as does Batman's reaction to it.This had potential, but was a let down in the end.

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