It's an animated Batman film that isn't Gaslight or Batman & Harley Quinn, so of course it's good.
Made to evoke nostalgia in the generation before mine, I still learned a lot about what shaped children's media in the 80s and 90s
Will Smith as Agent J and Tom Holland as only Peter Parker. Can't believe how good this movie was, and that the slapstick didn't get old.
I didn't know you could trigger the gag reflex through visual stimulus before this show. Writing is clever, jokes are good though.
"I bet if we take actors and writers from failed SyFy shows and make a new SyFy show it won't get canceled after only 1 season" - SyFy Exec
This show makes me anxious and annoyed at the same time, I hate it and can't stop watching.
Second only to Magic School Bus.
Slow to start - they don't even START heading into the Badlands until halfway through season 1. Good martial arts tho
Staple of 90s Made-for-TV movies. Still holds up, though current kids who have seen the New Ducktales series may not enjoy.
The art style kept me away for a while, and the re-imagining of adult characters as teens didn't help, but the writing and fighting are good