Batman Beyond: The Movie (1999)

TV Movie   |  TV-Y7   |    |  Animation, Sci-Fi, Action


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Decades after the retirement of Bruce Wayne as Batman, a boy dons the identity to avenge his own father's murder.


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Directors:

Curt Geda , Butch Lukic , Dan Riba , Yukio Suzuki

Writers:

Alan Burnett (story), Paul Dini, Hilary Bader, Rich Fogel, Stan Berkowitz, Alan Burnett, Bob Kane (characters)

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4 January 2008 | kyle-mcdonald
7
| Not a Bad Installment to the batman cartoons.
This Batman movie isn't quite as good as Batman mask of The Phantasm and Batman and Mr. Freeze subzero But it is still a good installment to the Batman cartoons. And Another reason why it is not quite as good as the other two is because that there is a new character taking on the role of batman but he still does it pretty good so that does not really matter and Bruce Wayne is still in it so that good. This movie is good for all the same reasons The storyline is good not quite as good as the other one's but still pretty good it has lots of action in it The Cartoon effects are good The voice of actors are really good such as Kevin Conroy as Batman/ Bruce Wayne, Will Friedle as Terence "Terry" McGinnis/Batman. The villains are good such as Michael ansara as Mr. Freeze etc. So I am sure you will not be disappointed with batman beyond the movie. So make sure that you rent or buy batman beyond the movie because it is really good.

Overall score: ******* out of **********

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Release Date:

10 January 1999

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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