Batman: Bad Blood [Deluxe Edition] [Includes Digital Copy] [UltraViolet] [Blu-ray/DVD] [2 Discs] [2016]

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Overall Customer Rating:
97% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (1138 out of 1179)

Synopsis


Batman: Bad Blood
After Bruce Wayne (Jason O'Mara) is kidnapped by Talia al Ghul (Morena Baccarin), it's up to Dick Grayson (Sean Maher), Katherine Kane (Yvonne Strahovski) and Damian Wayne (Stuart Allen) to assume their bat-identities and join forces with Batwing (Gaius Charles) to protect Gotham in his absence. ~ Violet LeVoit, Rovi

Cast & Crew


  • Jason O'Mara
    Jason O'Mara - Bruce Wayne
  • Morena Baccarin
    Morena Baccarin



Overall customer rating

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97%
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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Another DCAU Classic

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    Screamz
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    The DC Animated Universe (DCAU) has been putting out films for years now, beginning with their adaptation of The Death of Superman aptly titled Superman: Doomsday. Now, that first outing was not their best, but it was their first and they've learned a lot since then. Batman: Bad Blood is the third chapter that began with Son of Batman and continued with Batman vs. Robin. Here, Batman goes missing and it's up to Robin and Nightwing to keep up appearances that the Dark Knight is still out and about fighting crime, while also trying to solve the mystery of just what happened to the Caped Crusader. If you're not a fan of these animated films, this one won't win you over. But if, like me, you are, you'll love this one. It's based on the New 52 storyline, Court of Owls. We're introduced to new characters that have their own agenda that clash not only with Batman and Co., but also the trademark villains of Gotham. It's a fast-paced (only 72-minutes) thrill-ride that will leave you wanting more. Especially, like all the previous films they've done, with the preview for the next DCAU, Justice League vs. Teen Titans.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Finally Nightwing gets his day in the sun

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    Jaivyon
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    My review may be biased because I'm a huge Nightwing fan. But after the last few DC Animated features starring Batman only hinted at his extended family I'm glad that this one highlights it. The mistake that DC Animated continues to make is that they fail to realize they have thousands of colorful characters outside of Batman, Superman, and The Justice League. Nightwing, Robin and Batwoman take centerstage as Batman goes missing and leaves Gotham City unprotected. Nightwing having spent years in an attempt to get from under Batman's shadow is drawn back in at the behest of Alfred. When Robin gets wind of the news his self imposed exile is cut short as he believes there is no way Nightwing can pull this off without him. With Batwoman the last one to see Batman alive thats who they find first with there questions. As they team up together and are joined by Batwing they uncover a nefarious plot on the city and show that Batman is not the only hero of Gotham. Awesome watch for the family, all though a few choice swear words you might be surprised to hear coming from a "Kids" movie. all in all a must watch.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Not Bad Batman

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    How can you replace an icon that's been well established for 75 years? In the world of comics and graphic novels, characters seem to have the ageless appeal to readers world-wide and so those characters either never change or become adaptable to today's society. Several times during the past 25 years, DC comics tried to replace Batman-Bruce Wayne. And every time, Batman Bruce Wayne has returned. Bad Blood creates another possibility if Batman Bruce Wayne were to ever disappear, but in this one the fight rages as to who should replace him: Dick Grayson (who really is the obvious choice) or several others. Meanwhile Batman Bruce Wayne is being picked apart by nefarious means & by a most evil villain! And time is running out! I'm a DC fan, so I'm prejudiced and though the storyline is an old tried & true formula, it needs a little something extra to make the magic work. And the team behind the movie does deliver with a few twists & turns that make it worthwhile to see. Whew!

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    A Fitting Clsoe to a Trilogy of Animated Fun!

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    SimonTemplar240
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    Although I had to suspend a lot of disbelief with DC's new 52, I have really enjoyed these DCU stories. They are well illustrated, voice-acted and do drive through the action, without too much naval gazing. The various character permutations (from the many years of established norms) are quite interesting and still do not seem to deviate too far from the essential truth of the characters' relationships. This particular movie does a pretty good job of forwarding the character journeys of Bats, Robin (Dick Grayson) and Robin (Damien). Has Talia gone off the rails since the death of her father? Maybe. Mind-control of teh World's Greatest Detective is always disquieting, since he is our human cypher in the superhuman world. If he can fall, then what chance do we have? The extras seemed a little slim this go around. I do enjoy the cartoons from the DC vaults, but would certainly enjoy more.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    A fairly entertaining romp!

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    SimonTemplar
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    Although I had to suspend a lot of disbelief with DC's new 52, I have really enjoyed these DCU stories. They are well illustrated, voice-acted and do drive through the action, without too much naval gazing. The various character permutations (from the many years of established norms) are quite interesting and still do not seem to deviate too far from the essential truth of the characters' relationships. This particular movie does a pretty good job of forwarding the character journeys of Bats, Robin (Dick Grayson) and Robin (Damien). Has Talia gone off the rails since the death of her father? Maybe. Mind-control of teh World's Greatest Detective is always disquieting, since he is our human cypher in the superhuman world. If he can fall, then what chance do we have? The extras seemed a little slim this go around. I do enjoy the cartoons from the DC vaults, but would certainly enjoy more.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    A family comes together

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    DarthUmbrus
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    This is the third movie in the "Son of Batman" universe, jumpstarted by the movie of the same name. As such, it lives up to the previous films, with the same strong voice acting as one would expect. No, it isn't the iconic voices featured in Batman: The Animated Series or those shows it spawned (Superman, Batman Beyond, Justice League & Justice League Unlimited) but these actors hold their own. Anyway, the film itself begins with Batman disappearing while battling a new foe calling himself "the heretic" (Comic book fans may recognize that name) and now Nightwing and Robin are joined by newcomers Batwoman and Batwing to find him and protect the city in his absence. My only point of contention is why use the relatively unknown (unless you're a comic fan) Batwoman and not the easily more recognizable name in Batgirl... All in all, a solid film. Not flawless, but darn good. Four stars.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    GEARED TOWARDS ADULT FANS

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    This is an animation in my opinion that's for adults that are fans of Batman. I say this because of the violence,objectionable language and I almost forgot there are adult subject matters that are not appropriate for kids 16 below call me old fashion. Parent Discrection is advised. There is a lot of action in this animation and new members of the Bat Family are introduced like Bat Woman. I like her costume and she can handle villains. She should not be confused with Bat Girl. And then there is Bat Wing who before stepping into his fully functioning bat suit showed some self defending moves himself. Batman has to learn to get over himself and let the family take down the villains in this movie. A major shout out to BEST BUY FOR AN EXCELLENT BLACK FRIDAY PRICE!!!! THANKS BEST BUY-TheDBlog

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  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Very Good Batman DC Animated movie....however

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    Batman: Bad Blood is a very good tale, and raps up a trilogy that started with Son of Batman, Batman vs Robin, and now Batman Badblood. However, DC appears only eager to milk the heck out of Batman, as they see that Superman is not as popular as he once was. DC should learn from Marvel, and make movies out of their other great characters. Make an animated or feature film on Deathstroke (I am a fan and believe that the deadly assassin is as proficient as Batman). Also make movies on Cyborg (there own version of Iron Man). If your going to make another Batman flick, try and switch it up, the worlds greatest detective Batman vs the intellectual genious Lex Luthor. Something more on Azrael, Jason Todd, Flash, or the devastingly powerful Darkseid (makes Thanos look silly) These are but some possibilities...

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