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Animation | Action
Frame Rate:
24 fps
English 2.0  
Run Time:
82 min
IMDB Rating:
7.2 / 10 
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Directors: Justin Copeland [Director] ,

Movie Description:
BATMAN: HUSH is a thrilling mystery of action, intrigue, and deception based on the New York Times bestseller of the same name penned by Jeph Loeb (Batman: The Long Halloween) and illustrated by comics superstar Jim Lee (All Star Batman & Robin, The Boy Wonder). Batman sets out to discover the identity of a mysterious mastermind using the Joker, Riddler, Ra's al Ghul, and the Dark Knight's other enemies and allies as pawns in a plan to wreak havoc.


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Completely changed the story from the comic

Decent attempt if it were not for the core changes that were made in the story. The only hope is that this is actually part 1 of the Hush story and a second part will fix/finish the story.

Just like Batman: The Killing Joke - it's a disappointment with some small things here and there that are good, but not enough not make it great.

When I heard that they will make a another adaptation of a famous story of Batman, i was looking forward to it and worried at the same time, since Batman: The Killing Joke disappointed me a lot and never having the chance to read Batman: Hush. After watching the movie and while it is still based on the critical acclaim comic book story arc of the same name in some extend after doing a research, i didn't find it all that interesting, intriguing or compelling and instead i found it very bland and uninspired.

The weakest aspect in the story is the villain Hush and if you read who he is and what abilities he has, it gives you many opportunities to tell a very interesting and a dark story and they could have made him a very memorable character, but unfortunately they wasted all of the potential of him in the movie, but that's not the only problem that i have.

The animation is mediocre, while still has great background scenery with many small details; the music is bland; aside from Batman, Catwoman and Alfred - there are many characters that i don't even know why they are in the movie at all like Batgirl, Lex Luthor and many more and their only roles are just to be cameos, which is very weird; the dialogue is OK at best; the cinematography is fine and the actors who voice Lois Lane, Bane, the Joker, Lex Luthor, Amanda Waller and Hush are not good at all.

Overall there was potential to be something great, but unfortunately it will disappoint many moviegoers and comic book fans as well.

Batman gets tested.

I enjoyed this adaption of the Batman: Hush storyline. How Bruce Wayne was tested by a new villain in town who has a scheme way bigger than anyone before him.

We see different sides of Batman when he gets romantically involved with Selina Kyle who has been know for a long time to be one of his enemies. That relationship is the heart of this adaption and it works out very well even if the change made to the role of Bruce's longtime friend, Thomas Elliot, may turn off some fans of the graphic novel.

We get a lot of bloody fight scenes with a great amount of the beloved Batman villains and the mystery about who this Hush is progresses after each encounter to keep your interest. I never felt bored.

I've only read the novel once and I'm aware of the fact that the writers had to make some changes to make the adaption fit into the current DCAU then I think it still has the essence of what the original had.
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