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Batman Vs Dracula [DVD] [2005] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]

4.4 out of 5 stars 26 customer reviews

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  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 4:3 - 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: Unrated (US MPAA rating. See details.)
  • Studio: Warner Studios
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000A59PLU
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 88,142 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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This is a great movie. The best thing about it is that it manages to keep true to both the Batman and Dracula lore. I like that the movie played up the science Vs a magic angle. They also play up all the mystique and mind/ninja games Batman plays on people, are based on Dracula actual powers. I think that they did a great job of making this action packed but keeping to the age rating. That actually managed to do this by strategic rips and slashes to the Batman's costume. These are in the form of slashes across the bat symbol either from razor cards or claws. I especially like the way after his first fight with the vampires his knuckles are exposed from wear on his costume, in a higher age rating there would have been a bit of blood at moments like this.

An ancient evil has come to Gotham. Is even Gotham's protector the Dark Knight any match or the real Dark King, who has every physical advantage as well as the mental edge in savagery. With all the people going missing (known as the list ones), Gotham turns on the Batman blaming his or the whole mess. However the Batman has more important things to do than clearing his name, like surviving.

This is a great movie if you are a fan of either the Batman or Dracula. Even though The Batman cartoon series is aimed at kids, but the movie entertaining an appealing to older views like me.
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I hadn't seen "The Batman" animated TV series before watching this, and my expectations weren't all that high as what I'd heard wasn't all that positive and, after all, how could it beat the animated series from the '90s? The feature-length cartoon is, however, good, dark (it's Batman, after all) fun.
The combination of Dracula and the Dark Knight may seem a slightly odd one, but it's not too strange, really. Consider, the appeal of both vampires and Batman is in their dark natures, and their dual existences. Both Dracula and Batman have respectable public personas, and both have a darker (and, for that matter, nocturnal) hidden side to their characters. They also both, uh, turn into bats - a point this feature makes more times than is really needed, but there you go.
The story involves, along with Bats and Dracula, reporter Vicki Vale, the Joker, and the Penguin. The Joker in this new series is quite good fun, but the character was perfected in the old series, and while the voice of Kevin Michael Richardson is good, it can't beat Mark Hamill, whose sinister coo and laugh evoked both humour and horror. The Penguin is done well, more extreme than in the old series, where his character was the only villain I found a little dull and disappointing. Here he is - in appearance - more like the "Long Halloween" Penguin: uncommonly short and with fangs. He's also the funniest character in the movie. Rino Romano is fine as Wayne/Batman, although, again, he stands in the shadow of Kevin Conroy, who voiced the character in the old series. The only relatively well-known actor whose voice is used is Peter Stormare ("Fargo," "Minority Report") as Dracula, who does a very good job, even though I am more used to seeing him playing nutjobs.
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This is an animated film set within the continuity of "The Batman" cartoon series. It's a feature-length movie, and involves Dracula awakening in Gotham City. Soon there's a vampire menace spreading through the city - and Batman must deal with it. Yet the Dark Knight isn't used to fighting enemies who are stronger and faster than himself ... and as for Dracula, he's virtually indestructible!

This is a well-made film, full of action and excitement. It's perfect for children aged 6+ (as well as grown-up fans). While "The Batman" isn't my favourite incarnation of the Dark Knight (I much prefer 'B:TAS'), this is nonetheless a very good movie.

Note: I recommend taking care when ordering - as I received a region 1 DVD.
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I've not watched too much of the animated series of Batman but was attracted to this because of my love of both Dracula and DC Comics.

The story is fairly basic; Dracula is resurrected in Gotham and, as it seems unlikely that there are two men synonymous with bats, Batman gets blamed for the lost and murdered citizens.

It's hard to imagine the demographic this film was aiming for. It's a bit grisly and unpleasant for kids but the plot line is too simplistic for adults. It falls between two stalls.

There are appearances from both the Joker and Penguin, and Albert's dry humour is, as ever, very welcome. The animation shows some nice touches and the music is atmospheric, it's just a bit lacking in substance.
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ok so i didn't get too far in (about 20 mins) when it was just a bit too much for me, i didn't like the look or VA of penguin or Joker, some of the lines (and sounds) that penguin delivers make him sound shivering and comical (i half expected him to turn into woody woodpecker) then there was stuff it was just too out of character like did you know penguin was a trained martial artist.... you didn't? that's because he isn't apart from in this oh and he punches through a solid brick/concrete wall i can only suspend my disbelief so far before it breaks.

if your reading before watching Batman Vs Dracula don't watch it, go watch one of the other batman cartoons that are on here then a different one don't bother with this one till all over options are seen first (im assuming your a Prime user)
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