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Plot: Tragedy strikes the Batman’s life again when Robin Jason Todd tracks down his birth mother only to run afoul of the Joker. An adaptation of the 1988 comic book storyline of the same name.
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Wasted potential, but not all bad
I love interactive stories and I love Batman movies. Coincidentally, I was able to get the best of both worlds when this was announced. Especially considering Under the Red Hood is one of my favorite Batman movies. Sadly though, this was clearly a rushed idea that could’ve been amazing but ended up just being alright
As the marketing suggests, there’s 3 paths the story can go. Robin dies, Robin cheats death, and Batman saves Robin. All 3 options had the foundations for incredible stories, and some even stuck the landing. The ideas worked well and I could see any of them happening in an actual Batman story. It’s also pretty entertaining sometimes! It’s super interesting to see Batman under the red hood with different outcomes and R rated violence. It’s also REALLY cool to see just how dark Jason’s life could’ve been, be it for the better or the worse
That being said, let’s talk about its weaknesses. For starters, only one of the options has further choices to make, and the other two are mostly straightforward stories, which isn’t really what was promised. One of them was what I watched when I rented on itunes, and was basically just a condensed version of UTRH. Also, a lot of the stories end up lacking in some of the writing or line delivery. It’s kinda awkward at times, especially for the intended tone
A big red flag was obviously the absence of Jensen Ackles, but I found Vincent Martella’s performance surprisingly strong at times. He did a really good job carrying the story, even if he couldn’t do it flawlessly all the time. Which I attribute more to the writing and directing, considering he’s proven time and again he’s a competent voice actor, especially in Phineas and Ferb
A big problem I also noticed is one I have with Telltale Games, with a lot of the decisions ending up in relatively the same place, just with slightly different details. A lot of the endings are very different to be totally fair, but not devoid of what I’m calling the telltale effect. It would’ve been much cooler to see something along the lines of Detroit where decisions always have consequences, for better or worse
Overall I’d say it wasn’t as good as some of DC’s finest work in the animation department, with not a whole lot of rewatchability. However, I definitely thought it was worth checking out and would consider it worth loaning to my friends so they can experience it for themselves
Sadly, with it sitting next to Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker and not far away from The Dark Knight on my blu ray collection, it won’t be my first choice anytime soon.
This is the most pointless thing ever. Use your resources elsewhere. So weird.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 36 min (96 min)
Genre Animation, Action, Crime, Drama, Fantasy, Horror, Mystery, Sci-Fi, Thriller, War
Director Brandon Vietti
Writer Jim Aparo (based on: Batman: A Death in the Family by), Bob Brown (character created by: Talia al Ghul), Gerry Conway (character created by: Jason Todd), Bill Finger (created by: Batman), Dick Giordano (character created by: Talia al Ghul), Bob Kane (created by: Batman), Don Newton (character created by: Jason Todd), Denny O’Neil (character created by: Talia al Ghul), Jim Starlin (based on: Batman: A Death in the Family by), Brandon Vietti
Actors Bruce Greenwood, Vincent Martella, John DiMaggio, Zehra Fazal
Awards 1 nomination.
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Aspect Ratio 1.78 : 1
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