A former Gotham D.A. goes on an evil rampage in the city, with all his choices determined by flipping a coin. Batman and Robin race to find out his mysterious secret identity while also battling the usual suspects, like Catwoman, Riddler and the Joker. Adam West and Burt Ward provide the voices for Batman and Robin.
I grew up with Adam West's Batman and am Sad to see him go. But he got a few last hurrahs with the character he enjoyed playing and this is one of them. It has a clean transfer and a small cache of extras that add a nice touch with Lee Merriweather along for the ride with Burt Ward and Julie Newmaer. A good story and a Villain that they should have used on the show but would have probably been too frightening and too much for kids if they had an older Brother or loved one injured in Vietnam. A good popcorn muncher and good ending to an Actor who loved his audience of young and old fans alike.
Let’s get this out of the way: either you’re an Adam West Batman fan or you’re not. If you are, then you will love how this animated feature stays true to the essence of the show. If you’re not, you probably won’t like this.
The animation is brilliantly done and it’s such a fantastic treat to hear Adam West, Burt Ward, and Julie Newman returning to voice their roles once again.
With this being the last performance or Adam West before he passed away, this truly is a must have for all tried and true Bat Fans. This is something I feel everyone can get enjoyment from no matter what age you are. Highly recommend!!
I really enjoyed Batman Vs. Two-Face. It has both classic actors lending their voices: Adam West and William Shatner. What is interesting about this movie is that it has the classic feel of the '66 Batman but has the feel of Batman the Animated Series.
It was also nice to have one of the last movies that Adam West was part of. I was able to get this on sale and it was definitely worth it. My copy also contained a digital copy which I was able to redeem on my movies anywhere account.
If you are a fan of the 1966 Batman Television show starring Adam West & Burt Ward, then you do NOT want to miss this. Unfortunately, this is the last time that we will ever get Adam West as Batman because of his untimely death in 2017. They bring back much of the original cast of Adam West, Burt Ward, Julie Newmar, & then on top of that, William Shatner (James T. Kirk himself) as Two-Face! The animation is great, the jokes are corny and hilarious, and I am happy to have this in my collection and you will too.
A fun Batman movie. This is the last call for the 1960s Adam West version of Batman. Its also the long-delayed pairing of two of most eccentric actors of the 1960s in Adam West and William Shatner in the best possible format for their talents. Burt Ward is back as Robin and the incomparable Julie Newmar plays the Catwoman one more time. Everyone falls back seamlessly into their old roles and they re-created the weird fun of the original series in nearly its pure form.
I found this feature film to be an awesome and very humorous nod to the original Batman television series starring Adam West and Burt Ward. Both actors even voiced their respective characters which adds even more awesome to this film. William Shatner did an excellent job voicing Harvey Dent/Two-Face as well. Great story and voice acting and excellent action sequences and just the right amount of humor, and intrigue to balance everything out. Another must see film from DC!
If you love the camp of the classic Batman TV series from the 60's then you should buy this movie for multiple reasons. The main reason of course is this is the final performance of Adam West as Batman. Also has Burt Ward as Robin and Julie Newmar as Catwoman. It contains all the silliness of that version of Batman with all the POW and BOP greatness. And puns galore. So if you love that style of Batman you won't be disappointed. If you are a fan of Adam West you should also buy it just for sentimental reasons. But if you like your Batman dark, brooding and unfunny well skip this installment.