Setelah 10 tahun Pensiun jadi Batman , batman harus beraksi kembali karna kejahatan di Kota Gotham Semakin besar karna The Mutant.
tertarik nonton karna liat agan Pencabul Ngeriview ini , well menurut ane seru ini nih Batman , bruce wayne nya udah tua jadi lebih rapuh tapi keliaatan lebih manusiawi. ada Robin nya juga (tapi cewek) , cuman bingung ,Alfred sama Gordonnya kok masih ada , beda umunya berapa tahun ya , kok masih hidup
Successfully adapting Frank Miller’s seminal 1986 limited series, “Batman: The Dark Knight Returns,” would be a monumental challenge and undertaking for anyone, Christopher Nolan included, and it’s long been considered unfilmable. (Alan Moore’s Watchmen being another, not that Zack Snyder didn’t prove just how filmable a fairly faithful adaptation really could be.) Executive producer Bruce Timm and his team apparently don’t scare so easily. For Warner Bros. Animation’s fifteenth and sixteenth DC Universe animated original movies, Timm and his fellow producers have decided to finally give comic fans the adaptation they’ve spent more than twenty-five years begging for.
Originally released in two parts, The Dark Knight Returns is a far more successful adaptation than I expected, and a more fully realized animated film than the bulk of DCU original animated movies on the market. Part 1 admittedly lacked some of the depth and complexity for which Miller’s take on the Dark Knight mythos is revered — specifically the comicbook’s running narration and the insight it provided into Batman’s perspective and actions — but as a traditional animated venture, it excelled. Part 2 also doesn’t offer much in the way of Miller’s original narration, an unfortunate necessity for the filmmakers and a bittersweet change for fans of the comic, but it doesn’t pull any punches either. On almost every front, the film’s second half is an intelligent, able-bodied adaptation of its source, a surprisingly bloody, hard-hitting actioner, and a thrilling conclusion to director Jay Oliva and writer Bob Goodman’s carefully crafted and beautifully animated superhero saga.
The new Deluxe Edition of The Dark Knight Returns is a slightly different Dark Knight, though, offering a seamless 148-minute cut of the film that stands as a more effective delivery device than either half on its own. And while some will cry “double dip!” and argue this is the only version that should have been released, it’s an experiment I’m happy to see the DCU animated movie team attempt. Before now, each DCU film has been 70-80 minutes long. Hopefully, be it by dividing longer stories or by releasing significantly longer standalone movies, the DCU team will be able to present a more cinematic take on these adaptations, and be less and less hemmed in by runtime and budget. Read More