There’s a mystery afoot in Gotham City, and Batman must go toe-to-toe with a mysterious vigilante, who goes by the name of Red Hood. Subsequently, old wounds reopen and old, once buried memories come into the light.
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One of the best recent incarnations of the Caped Crusader (Nolan’s take isn’t really working for me) owes a lot to the excellent 90s animated series. The animation is surprisingly polished for a direct-to-video feature, but what really makes it work is a strong, intelligent, character-driven story, though the exciting, well-crafted action scenes don’t hurt. Batman fans really need to check this one out.
Tiene algo que me recuerda a la serie animada de principio de los 90, no sólo el estilo de la animación sino lo poco convencional del guión y la historia en general; especialmente considerando que tomaron como base el arco dramático de la muerte de Jason Todd, que si bien es un conocida ampliamente entre los fanáticos del cómic es algo desconocida para el público en general. Recomendable.
The only thing that should have been more obvious than the "reveal" (thank god they didn't save it for the end at least) was the Red Hood's pathetically written fallacy that drives the entire charade culminating in the ending: "I hate you for not doing what needs to be done, so do it now, because I'm not willing to do it either."