Batman: Hush (2019) is a English,Italian,French movie. Justin Copeland has directed this movie. Jason O'Mara,Jennifer Morrison,Stuart Allan,Sachie Alessio are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2019. Batman: Hush (2019) is considered one of the best Animation,Action,Adventure,Crime,Drama,Mystery,Romance,Sci-Fi,Thriller movie in India and around the world.
BATMAN: HUSH is a thrilling mystery of action, intrigue, and deception based on the New York Times bestseller of the same name penned by Jeph Loeb (Batman: The Long Halloween) and illustrated by comics superstar Jim Lee (All Star Batman & Robin, The Boy Wonder). Batman sets out to discover the identity of a mysterious mastermind using the Joker, Riddler, Ra's al Ghul, and the Dark Knight's other enemies and allies as pawns in a plan to wreak havoc.
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Batman: Hush (2019) Reviews
Bland and overall disappointing, the book is much better
In line with other DC animated movies after Flashpoint (not counting Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay which was excellent) but still not nearly as bad as Reign of Superman. For the adaptation of one of the most famous comic book titles I expected more. A lot of stuff was changed from the book too, including my favorite part - Batman interrogating the Riddler at the end which was actually completely cut out. And Riddler apparently has the sniper aim like Deadshot and staff fighting skills like Robin. Voice acting was decent for the most part, except for Joker and Lex which were bad. Villains also appear just shoehorned in the movie with barely any valid connection which is why the famous scene with Batman beating the hell out of Joker doesn't really have any weight. On top of all the changes to the original story, the movie still tries to force the continuity with all the previous movies after Flashpoint.
Don't watch this movie if you're a fan with graphic novel
How I start this review? Yes, this movie is a piece of crap!!!! They butcher everything that i love from the graphic novel in this movie. What I can't accept is that they waste one of the most interesting and important character from the source material in this movie. The best part is that they already building up his character from the beginning. And we got nothing. The big reveal also disappointing.
Not the adaptation we hoped for.
Here's my review of Batman: Hush. So 'Hush' is the new addition in the DC animated universe or whatever it's called these days. People say that Hush is one of the greatest Batman stories ever told . I strongly disagree. Hush is one of the greatest stories ever told . But did this adaptation get it right ? NOPE. Why ? Because it's not an adaptation like it was marketed to be. For those of you who've been following the animated Batman movies in the dcau, you know that the movies take inspiration from the source material but don't adapt them entirely unlike standalone movies such as Under the red hood and dark Knight returns which adapt the books entirely . For example one of this movies prequels 'Batman v Robin' borrowed heavily from Scott Snyder's book 'Court of Owls' . This movie does the same but unlike 'Batman v Robin' it was marketed as an adaptation of Hush when it was just another movie in the Batman continuity of the dcau . However there were a lot of things I liked in this movie , like the animation which is very fluid for something handdrawn , been a fan of it since Son of Batman. Jason o Mara reprises his role as the voice of Batman and I've been a fan of the voice since the first one . Selina Kyle voiced by Cameron from House Md was great. Never been a fan of the older incarnations of the animated Catwoman , but this one was great and had amazing chemistry with Batman as well. Speaking of animated incarnations , the joker in this movie has the worst art design ever ! And I was really dissapointed , because ever since they started adapting the new 52 artstyle for animation I was always looking forward to how the Joker was going to look and they screwed it up . He even sounds Scottish in this movie , they could've gotten Mark Hamill's or at least Troy Baker or John DiMaggio for the part to save the character. In the end , Hush is not the adaptation it was marketed to be , and if you're someone who hasn't read the book and has been following the animated DC movies , you might actually enjoy it !
Most of the Batman adaptations we have been blessed with (*cough*) lately seem to share the same flaw: whoever wrote the plot didn't get themselves properly acquainted with the source material or... just don't give a damn. I honestly don't know which is worst, but still, this how they seem to roll nowadays. Once and for all: the most interesting tales of the Bat available, of which the finest often were written by Jeff Loeb, are essentially relying on psychology and manipulation, smoke and mirrors. "Hush" is one good example. And yes, spoilers ahead, so you've been warned. So, a few points: 1- Aside from the occasional strike of genius, Eddie Nygma aka Riddler will NEVER be more than a C-lister. Combat will never be his real forte. And also he never was Hush to start with. 2- Hush was that *other guy* all along (go read the comic maybe?) who wasn't even supposed to be around anymore. He was such a mastermind and an expert at confusing the issues that the sheer level of paranoïa he instilled in the Detective was what made it fail between the Bat and the Cat. That and nothing else. The storyline in this "movie" is dull, predictable, borrows the good bits only up to Catwoman's abduction and after that, becomes a terrible mess. There was no need to involve Lady Shiva and the Lazarus Pit. Can't the people at Warner help themselves from sprinkling cameos in the story when it's uncalled for? All the dramatic tension in the "real" story is gone. What remains is just a time filler and that's sad, the visuals are excellent, the voicing spot-on (except for the opera clown) and the combat choregraphies impeccable. It's like a beautiful shiny tuxedo on an ugly hunchback with a Tourette Syndrome.
Batman:Hush does Many things correctly that make it a watchable film from action to good quips. The romance between Bruce and Selina pulls you in as you see Batman finally letting his walls down and allowing someone in and it's done well especially with how much the makers of this film are pushing to the forefront for the audience. The biggest mistake it makes is ultimately Why the adaptation of The Killing Joke didn't go so well which is adding and making unnecessary changes. Turning Hush from a brilliant albeit twisted and dangerous former childhood friend of Bruce's that not only wants to punish and torment him but take his place LITERALLY to a Physically and mentally distraught version of the Riddler( thanks to a Lazarus Pit) is a poor way to repay longtime fans not only of DC but also of this storyline. From The Killing Joke, to now Batman:Hush, and even characters like Shade or Firefly on their CW shows DC has got to stop with these last minute changes and undercutting of characters.