Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders | Full Movie
Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders
- 1h 12m
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A DC Classic Original Movie! It's back to the 1960s as Batman and Robin spring into action when Gotham City is threatened by a quartet of Batman's most fiendish foes – Penguin, The Joker, Riddler and Catwoman. This time, the four Super-Villains have combined their wicked talents to hatch a plot so nefarious that the Dynamic Duo will need to go to outer space (and back) to foil their arch enemies and restore order in Gotham City. It's a truly fantastic adventure that will pit good against evil, good against good, evil against evil ... and feature two words that exponentially raise the stakes for both sides: Replicator Ray. Holy Multiplication Tables!
Rotten Tomatoes® Score
Critics Consensus: Adam West's groovy interpretation of the The Caped Crusader returns in a new medium, popping in the realm of animation with the irascible energy of an exclamation-accented onomatopoeia.
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Common Sense Says
Fun, action-packed tale celebrates '60s TV version.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders is a movie that was made and released to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the 1966–1969 popular animated television series. Three of the original stars of the show -- Adam West, Burt Ward, and Julie Newmar -- reprise their roles as Batman, Robin, and the Cat Woman. Their voices may sound older, but they're the real deal, and the spirit of fun that was a trademark of the show and its characters is intact. An antidote to the much darker Batman fare that has become a cultural phenomenon over the last decade, this "retro" version is fast-paced, comic, and filled with the traditional Batman KERPLOWS!, SMOKS!, ZAPS!, and WHOMPS! that accompany the exaggerated cartoon action. And, as was his habit in 1966, Batman continues to provide "meaningful" insights about life as he continues to save the world. This movie has some mild sexual banter and innuendo as Batman relates to his old nemesis, Cat Woman. That coupled with a scene in a nightclub that finds women dancing in cages and the exuberant battle sequences explains the film's PG rating. Only for kids who are comfortable with cartoon fisticuffs and clearly know the difference between real and pretend violence.
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- Genre:Animation, Family, Kids, Franchise
- Release Date:November 1, 2016
- Highest Available for Purchase:HD