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Plot: As Batman hunts for the escaped Joker, the Clown Prince of Crime attacks the Gordon family to prove a diabolical point mirroring his own fall into madness. Runtime: 76 mins Release Date: 23 Jul 2016
I have been waiting for this movie since i saw the trailer. Movie is well designed and its very well plotted. Obviously it has some disturbing scenes, but that's what make this movie intense.It more about proving a point. Half the movie is narrated by Bat girl.Joker wants to prove a point and as always he fails. Its about madness. Which is not by choice.Epic rivalry between batman and joker, turns into a very mature understanding. But this is a point that they can not go back where they have started.The joker's past is a really sad. All and all its the one of the best DC movie. I am a <more>
I will begin by saying the New 52 Dc animated universe is a total crap bag,except Gods&Monsters which was not included in that universe but it is pretty recent so people might think it is. This comes from the same brilliant people who gave life to the best era of Dc animation and created the original and best DCAU.Mark Hamill returns to his iconic role as the crowned prince of crime and Tara Strong returns to deliver a strong part as Barbara Gordon/Batgirl/Oracle,and last but certainly no least Kevin Conroy returned as Batman/Bruce Wayne.First I will talk about the animated style since <more>
some people complained about it:it is modern,amazing and some scenes were literally taken out of the comic book and animated but without taking that effect away such as:The Joker going to the Gordon's apartment or him coming out of the factory and realising what he became and starting to laugh maniacally.The characters were represented great and it still gave The Joker the chance to say he prefers multiple origins for he is a man of mystery so all we saw was just a version of how it was,because no one can know the truth,not even The Joker himself because he denies reality and all logic for the sake of fun.This was his greatest scheme ever so far and he wanted to make Batman cross the line but did he fail?Did he succeed?It is open for interpretation.I felt for him,for the first time in my life when he proved some sanity saying it was too late for him to be friends with Batman.Batman had a darker tone,more serious and determined than ever and it was really terrifying seeing him laughing at the end.Barbara, as Bruce said, was just a child and until their sex scene she felt it all as a game and a chance to be with her lover,her idol,her teacher.The commissioner proved himself to be a strong man who kept his sanity in all of that carnival of madness.I feel the Batgirl backstory of almost 25 minutes was necessary and it was well chosen to portray her relationship with Batman and show that even if she was out there for three years she was not as ready as she initially thought.Overall it was a masterpiece to witness and I hope this movie will open a new Animated Movie Universe fo Dc for more quality stuff,lead by Bruce Timm,of course.
As a Fan growing up with this comic book, I'd have to say it was spot-on fantastic. In my opinion, this was darker than The Dark Knight Returns 1/2 due to it pushing past limits TDK didn't. I loved how they didn't hide anything out from the comic and stayed to true it, and the film overall was truly touching and even played with my emotions a bit. Kevin Conroy and Hamill were obviously very good Voice Actors in this and you won't be disappointed. As for the R rating, I absolutely think it earned the Rating R badge with a lot of similarities to the extremely dark comic itself. <more>
The movie also gives you a great build-up on certain new characters in the film. Overall I give this movie a solid 10/10, and consider it an animated masterpiece.
People are never satisfied. The Killing Joke was a good adaption (by anfalarshad)
Ever since I've started reading Batman comics, I've been waiting for THE KILLING JOKE's adaption. Finally D.C. comics made our wish come true. The movie is well designed and well plotted, obviously it has some disturbing scenes but that what makes this one of the darkest comic stories of all time. Some people are complaining about the Barbara batgirl prologue, well, to be honest it wasn't necessary but it was well crafted and gave us the point of view of Barbara. This story-line is also peppered with flashbacks to the Joker's origin story, or at least his origin "as <more>
he remembers it," suggesting he has different memories of his past another aspect of the Joker used by Christopher Nolan in The Dark Knight . Just like in Moore's original storyMark Hamill is the greatest Joker we've ever had on screen.And again, it goes without saying that Conroy is THE Batman. All in all I'm truly happy that they made this adaptation
Although this movie is not perfect by any means, it adapts most of the short graphic novel into a decent animated movie. Performances are amazing as always with Mark Hamill blowing everyone away again. People are however furious with this scene that takes place between TDK and BG, which I don't really see an issue with. In the comics and on some traditional media I do feel some sort of tension between these two and even though it might be a little out in left field it doesn't ruin it at all. I personally really enjoyed the film as an avid comic book reader and fan of Batman. Everyone <more>
calm the f*** down, it's just a movie, and it's fine.
Memo to Warner Brothers and DC. Fire everyone involved in your live action movies for the DC universe, and hire the people who write and run the animated division to write the scripts. Once again, Kevin Conroy returns as Batman and Mark Hamill as the Joker. This is a much more adult story than Batman the Animated Series, but Hamill is at the top of his game, playing the Joker as this mixture of brilliance and madness. The animation is gorgeous. I'm taking one point off for the musical number. Other than that, it was pretty good.
Decent movie, but Alan Moore would hate it... (by sinuois)
OK... I'll be honest: I was waiting something great and I didn't get it. Maybe because of the very high expectations that the movie just couldn't reach. There was a couple of things that bothered me. I think the important part was too short about 45 minutes , they gave too much emphasis to the Batgirl prologue, I mean, the Joker appeared 30 minutes after the movie initiated, for God sake! Yes, there was some things from that part that I thought were interesting, I'm sure some people will hate them though. I was very uncomfortable with the inconsistency of the art style, <more>
sometimes The Joker looked amazing, sometimes... not very good; besides, the animation was very weak in several scenes, I mean like 10 fps and that's unacceptable Mark Hamill and Kevin Conroy's work was the best of the movie, I can't complain about that. It was OK. But they could do it a lot better.
First, It is important to say that I'm not a geek, a huge HQ fan, or anything like that. So, if you want a review done by an expert, this is not the review for you. Otherwise, if you appreciate an honest review you can keep reading. Batman the killing joke is a great adaptation to the screens of a very successful HQ. The humanity that the plot line conveyed to the joker, mainly at the end of the movie, was surprising. This was the high point of the movie for me. His philosophy that states we should embrace the chaos through madness is well built and you can understand his answer to all <more>
the randomness around us. At the end of this movie, you will probably even feel bad for the guy. Perhaps, you might even been convinced that, as the joker says, "we really are just one bad day away from being him". Ps: English is not my first language, so don't mind the mistakes.
I've read the comic months before this movie came out, and expected it to be almost the same. Instead I got a sort of prologue to the whole Joker-arc, and it included some interesting parts to Batgirl. The whole story line regarding her made me think of Batman's partner, instead of seeing her becoming Oracle, as I never read any actual Batgirl comic yet. It was entertaining to see her becoming attracted to Batman, and the problems that come with it are developed well. She changed from being just another member of the Batfamily to a superhero with actual problems, especially the part <more>
about crossing the line. It really showed her as a human being struggle with the boundaries of fighting crime.Then the actual comic started, and I wasn't disappointed. It was an accurate adaption with only the animation lacking a bit, but the story was performed almost to perfection, and I recommend it to anyone who is a fan of the comic.The movie was good, but lacked in a good soundtrack, or I did not really hear any standout song in there. All in all, good movie with some minor flaws, but fun if you're interested in Batman or the comic.