Batman: Gotham by Gaslight
Thriller • R • 2018 • 1 hr 18 min
Great concept ok execution. Didn’t care for the voice acting of Batman. Also I felt as if there was a lot to explore and didn’t.
Batman meets Jack the Ripper...what more can you ask for
The DC animated movies are awesome and so underrated.
They can take the liberty of changing certain aspects of the story but it still works. Nailed the atmosphere.
It's a fair adaptation of a beautiful graphic novel which is just a little weak in its storytelling.
A good re-imagined take on the Batman mythos. Decent plot and story twist as well.
Dark story of batman that is unique and interesting.
Really enjoy it. But the twist was not really good. I would wish more for a Jekyl and Hyde type of ending .
Definitely a great take on how Batman could have been in the 1800s
Haven't seen a Batman cartoon since the nineties, but it was OK for my taste. I enjoyed the Victorian theme setting.
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