PG-13 | Video | | Animation, Action, Crime
There's a mystery afoot in Gotham City, and Batman must go toe-to-toe with a mysterious vigilante, who goes by the name of Red Hood. Subsequently, old wounds reopen and old, once buried memories come into the light.
The film was originally going to be R-rated. But due to the low sales of the previous DC animated movie release, Wonder Woman (2009), and the Watchmen (2009) movie under performing at the box office with its own R-rating, Warner Bros. studios requested that Bruce Timm animation department complete several edits to make this movie PG-13 and more marketable to children. Action scenes were shortened, and almost all blood effects were scrubbed away (most notably during Robin's death and post-death scenes).
Okay kiddo, I've got to go. But it's been fun though, right?
Joker: Well maybe a smidge more fun for me than you, I'm guessing, since you're being awful quiet. Anyway be a good boy, finish your homework, and be in bed by nine. And hey, please tell the big ...
The bathroom in which Batman and the Red Hood fight in has no door to it, until Batman makes his own door by punching the Red Hood through a wall.