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Monday, 23 August 2021

BATMAN: THE LONG HALLOWEEN, PART 2

 BATMAN: THE LONG HALLOWEEN, PART TWO

Trailer          

 Synopsis

The serial killer known as Holiday is still being pursued by Batman, with the assistance of Commissioner James Gordon and Attorney Harvey Dent. But when the Falcone crime family is targeted by Holiday, Harvey Dent suddenly finds himself caught between multiple fronts

Cinema

VOD

Run Time

One hour, Thirty minutes (1h 30m)

Movie Rating

100%
*Rotten Tomatoes

Age Rating

15 (Mystery / Thriller / Animation / Crime / Some Violence / Bloody Images / Language)

Cast

Batman / Bruce Wayne – Jensen Ackles
Young Bruce Wayne – Zach Callison
Alfred Pennyworth – Alastair Duncan
Harvey Dent / Two Face – Josh Duhamel
Catwoman / Selina Kyle – Naya Rivera
Scarecrow (Dr. Jonathan Crane) / Thomas Wayne – Robin Atkin Downes
Carmine Falcone / Luigi Maroni– Titus Welliver
“Commissioner” James Gordan – Billy Burke
Joker – Troy Baker
Calendar Man / Julian Day / Penguin (Oswald Cobblepot) – David Dastmalchian
Sofia Falcone – Laila Berzins
Barbara Gordon / Carla Viti – Amy Landecker
Mickey Chen – Greg Chun
Alberto Falcone – Jack Qaid
Gilda Dent – Julie Nathanson
Renee Montoya – Alyssa Diaz
Mad Hatter / Jervis Tetch – John DiMaggio
Officer Peace – Gary LeRoi Gray
Poison Ivy / Dr. Pamela Isley – Katee Sackhoff
Solomon Grundy / Vincent Falcone – Fred Tatasciore
Sal Maroni – Jim Pirri
Bodyguard – Rick Wasserman

Movie details

Mid – Credits: No

End – Credits: Yes

Before the Review: Coronavirus continues to dominate the news, impacting people’s lives. Moving on, more conspiracy theorists as well as those criticising COVID-19 vaccines are losing their lives after getting infected, food shortages are a result of dwindling supply chains leading to chaos, rain has started falling on a peak ice cap summit in Greenland for first time in recorded history, over 47 million have received the first Coronavirus dose whilst over 41 million have received a second dose and entitled drivers think they are motorcyclists by filtering dangerously in their “luxury” cars *facepalm*

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Review:  Well, part II was definitely worth the wait and held up as well as part one, in exploring the earlier years of Batman’s crusade against crime in Gotham City. The legendary rogue’s gallery is quickly established even though we didn’t get to see much of the crime families in the Dark Knight trilogy, they are quite developed and prominent in this movie. Full of action, delving more into how Batman becomes more of a detective before adding the “World’s Greatest” moniker. Here's hoping Jensen Ackles stays on voicing Batman/Bruce Wayne. If the end scene credit is anything to go by, expect more connected animated DC movies whilst hoping those responsible for the DCEU are paying attention, Superman Unbound storyline for Man of Steel 2, anyone?

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