“Gotham City District Attorney Harvey Dent is mutilated in a laboratory accident. When the duplicitous Two-Face embarks on a crime spree, Batman and Robin must solve the mystery of his identity while facing off against several other foes.”

Director: Rick Morales
Writers: Michael Jelenic, James Tucker, William Dozier (based on 166 Batman series), Bob Kane (character created by), Bill Finger (character created by), Paul Dini (character created by), Bruce Timm (character created by)
Staring: Adam West, Burt Ward, William Shatner, Julie Newmar, Jeff Bergman, Sirena Irwin, Thomas Lennon, Lee Meriwether
Released: October 10, 2017

“Some days you just can’t get rid of a bomb!”


If you know what this clip is, then you will enjoy Batman Vs. Two-Face (2017). It is everything about the old 60s Batman that we all know and love. It is Adam West being a dorky hero and Robin (Burt Ward) is his whiney little self that you can’t help smiling at. Robin is just adorable as fuck when he is explaining the exposition or the clues.

Everyone’s voicework in Batman Vs. Two-Face is top notch. William Shatner has an immediately recognizable voice as Two-Face and Harvey Dent. Julie Newmar returns as Catwoman and Jeff Bergman is a veteran voice actor who has used his talents for various roles including The Joker (as in this movie), as well as Yogi Bear, Droopy, Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, and more.

I am a sucker for Batman animated movies. Not all of them are good. In fact, most of them are meh. I am here to tell you that Batman vs. Two-Face rises about the median and creates something memorable.

Batman Vs. Two Face is streaming on HBO Max, and if you want to see a different batman than anything that has been put out in the last two decades, then it is definitely worth a watch.

Listen here folks, if I can get my girlfriend to sit down and watch this and think the dialogue is funny and cute, then this movie can cross different audiences and entertainment thresholds.

Short review here, but not a lot of different to delve into. It’s cute 1960s Batman. This character was not always capped in shadows and despair. There was levity and comedy at some point in history! Who would have that thought it?!

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“Blonde” Trailer Reaction

“A young boy learns that a superhero who was thought to have gone missing after an epic battle twenty years ago may in fact still be around.”

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