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Helped my friend clear out her grandparents house. I don't know why no one wanted the doll.
David Jurmann
BATMAN
Batman: The Long
Halloween, Part Two 2021
KKK,
Watched July 28, 2021
Batman: The Long Halloween, Part Two continues right from where part one left off - or to be more specific - the crucial post credit scene that would leave anyone who didn't watch it confused.
While this is a second part in one whole story, this actually feels like a completely different movie.
Whereas part one was more concerned with the mystery at hand and who was behind everything, part two tends to let its mystery marinate while all of the dominos fall in the background.
There are a lot of solid character moments throughout that add backstory and depth to character motives, some of which are created for this film, but all of them add to the larger whole. And especially when looking at both parts, it all comes together nicely.
There are some interesting changes made here from the source material. Most are understandable as they simplify the story a bit more and help make things more digestible for someone who hasn't read the comic. And as I've mentioned, some changes actually add to the story, so it mostly works out in the end.
Pretty much everything that was good in part one remains good here. The animation is beautiful, the action is great, and the voiceovers are good.
As for problems, the biggest one I have is that the mystery and sense of urgency isn't felt as much here.
Part two takes a step back on the plot and lets the characters, especially the villains, take over. That's not necessarily a bad thing, but it once again causes a bit of a pacing issue since part one ends on some big notes and part two takes it slowly for awhile before ramping up again.
Looking at both parts together, this is a good and faithful adaptation of one of Batman's most beloved stories. It should leave fans mostly satisfied, despite the changes made, and hopefully give newcomers a gripping mystery with the world's greatest detective and a series of murders that goes all year long.
Rating: B
David Jurmann BATMAN Batman: The Long Halloween, Part Two 2021 KKK, Watched July 28, 2021 Batman: The Long Halloween, Part Two continues right from where part one left off - or to be more specific - the crucial post credit scene that would leave anyone who didn't watch it confused. While this is a second part in one whole story, this actually feels like a completely different movie. Whereas part one was more concerned with the mystery at hand and who was behind everything, part two tends to let its mystery marinate while all of the dominos fall in the background. There are a lot of solid character moments throughout that add backstory and depth to character motives, some of which are created for this film, but all of them add to the larger whole. And especially when looking at both parts, it all comes together nicely. There are some interesting changes made here from the source material. Most are understandable as they simplify the story a bit more and help make things more digestible for someone who hasn't read the comic. And as I've mentioned, some changes actually add to the story, so it mostly works out in the end. Pretty much everything that was good in part one remains good here. The animation is beautiful, the action is great, and the voiceovers are good. As for problems, the biggest one I have is that the mystery and sense of urgency isn't felt as much here. Part two takes a step back on the plot and lets the characters, especially the villains, take over. That's not necessarily a bad thing, but it once again causes a bit of a pacing issue since part one ends on some big notes and part two takes it slowly for awhile before ramping up again. Looking at both parts together, this is a good and faithful adaptation of one of Batman's most beloved stories. It should leave fans mostly satisfied, despite the changes made, and hopefully give newcomers a gripping mystery with the world's greatest detective and a series of murders that goes all year long. Rating: B