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Batman vs. Two-Face
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Holy coin flipping conundrums, Batman! When a device meant to remove the evil from the criminal mind goes haywire, Gotham City's D.A., Harvey Dent is transformed into the sinister split personality – Two-Face! Add in the crime creating chaos of Joker, Penguin, Riddler and the Dynamic Duo may be overwhelmed and outmatched. Can a helping claw from the coy Catwoman unravel this confounded case and foil Two-Face's maniacal endgame? Starring the legendary voice talents of William Shatner as Two-Face, Adam West, Burt Ward, and Julie Newmar, this DC Original movie is destined to thrill Bat-fans one and all!
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Clever animated throwback to '60s Batman has some violence.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Batman vs. Two-Face is an animated movie that's similar in tone to the campy 1960s TV Batman starring Adam West and Burt Ward. In contrast to the moody, more sobering Batman theatrical movies and dark, violent direct-to-DVD fare from recent years, this one is funny, with exaggerated comic action and word balloons. You'll see plenty of PLONK!s and ZAP!s and hear lots of intentionally corny dialogue and exclamations like "Holy blind spot!" and "Holy overdue books!" You can also expect the cartoon gunfire, lasers, lightning flashes, explosions, fires, and fistfights. Gotham's usual villains -- The Joker, The Riddler, Catwoman (voiced by original actress Julie Newmar), and The Penguin -- are all on hand; Harvey Dent (William Shatner) also plays a major part in this story of a human's capacity for "duality" (or "two faces"). Fun for new fans and nostalgic for older ones, this one is best for kids who are fine with imaginary vs. real violence. It also marks West's final time playing the iconic Caped Crusader; he died a few months before this movie's release.
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- Genre:Action, Comedy
- Release Date:October 10, 2017
- Languages:English, Spanish
- Captions:English, Spanish
- Audio Format:5.1
- Screen Pass Eligible:Yes
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