Batman Unlimited: Animal Instincts | Full Movie
Batman Unlimited: Animal Instincts
- 1h 18m
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Gotham City is under siege by a series of bizarre crimes and only the world's greatest detective, Batman, can unravel the mystery! The trail leads to none other than the Penguin and his Animilitia, an animal-inspired squad of villains including Silverback, Cheetah, Killer Croc and the monstrous Man-Bat. Commanding a pack of cybernetic carnivores, the Animilitia seems unstoppable, but Batman has some back up of his own as Green Arrow, the Flash, Nightwing and Red Robin join the fight. So get ready for a wild, snarling showdown in the concrete jungles of Gotham. It's an all-new DC Comics animated adventure that will leave you and your family roaring for more!
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Common Sense Says
Fierce animal robots threaten Gotham; peril, violence.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Batman Unlimited: Animal Instincts is animated superhero business as usual. This movie is true to the "good vs. evil" comic-book tone and intent of Batman stories and has none of the dark elements and complex psychology of the most recent Dark Knight film series. Packaged with a toy, the DVD finds Batman leading his extraordinary, superpowered team (Robin, Night Wing, Green Arrow, and Flash) against a revitalized Penguin, who is in his usual "destroy Gotham" mode. Lasers, explosions, captures, hand-to-hand combat, chases, crashes, with assaults on businesses and the citizens of the metropolis, spread fear and chaos. A few of the bad-guy regulars are present for the action-packed shenanigans -- Killer Croc, Cheetah -- and they're joined by a band of ferocious robotic animals that give Batman and his allies strong adversaries to defeat. There's just enough time between action scenes to catch viewers up on the story and to provide some clever banter and characterizations. Enjoyable for kids comfortable with lots of noisy cartoon jeopardy.
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- Genre:Kids, Animation, Franchise
- Release Date:May 12, 2015
- Highest Available for Purchase:HD