Batman: The Long Halloween, Part Two (2021) 1080p

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Action | Animation
Frame Rate:
23.976 fps
English 5.1  
Run Time:
0 min
IMDB Rating:
7.5 / 10 
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Directors: Chris Palmer [Director] ,

Movie Description:
The killer known as Holiday continues to stalk the Falcone crime family while a new class of costumed criminal rises in Gotham City. Batman suspects that a former ally might be the serial killer.


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Incredible conclusion

Batman: The Long Halloween, Part Two is an incredible conclusion that's thrilling, dark and satisfying and solidifies it as one of the stronger adaptations. Jensen Ackles, Josh Duhamel and Naya Rivera are all great once again. Chris Palmer's direction is also great and the animation is excellent. It's extremely well paced and the music by Michael Gatt is really good. However, it's brought down slightly by Batman feeling sidelined occasionally.

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.

Weakest Batman to date

It was a slow pace burner! Weakest Batman to date who get bullied by pretty much every villain.

Very minimal action sequences.
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