Batman: Under The Red Hood

    Movie » Batman: Under The Red Hood released on July 27, 2010.

    Following the brutal murder of the second Robin at the hands of the Joker, a new Red Hood emerges, taking over the Joker's original identity. Is this Red Hood a darker crime fighter or a villain with a conscience? This DVD also features a short film featuring Jonah Hex.

    yourneighborhoodcomicgeek's Batman: Under The Red Hood review

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    Best Animated Comic Movie EVER..

    The Good

    Everything. This movie is a perfect example for a perfect comic book movie, even if this was a 2-D animated, direct-to-video film. It is superb. The voice acting is top-notch, the animation is perfect, and the emotion and plot is just magnificent! This really sets the bar for top quality comic book movies, not just for DC, but for Marvel as well. I have yet to see an Animated Comic Book Movie top this one. The ending is extremely emotional, and the entire movie was executed flawlessly.

    The Bad

    Watch the movie. There is nothing bad about it. AT ALL.

    The Verdict

    A must watch movie for all DC and Batman/Jason Todd fans. This is a superb film. One of the best films I've seen in my life, and the best 2D Animated Film I've seen in my entire life.

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      Greatness 0

      Ok, I just watched the movie and I want to get this out while it's still fresh in my head.   Just for the record, I watched the Blu-Ray version of the movie (is there any other way to watch movies these days?) First thing's first.  The movie starts off with the Joker beating Jason Todd to death with a crowbar.  Batman is racing to save him, but as Ra's so accurately predicts, "he won't make it in time." The first thing that threw me off was the voice of the Joker (John DiMaggio).  With everyone ...

      15 out of 15 found this review helpful.

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