It's dialogue-faithful, the tone is good, and really, if they've gotten Conroy and Hamill as the two leads, you know they're taking this seriously. It lacks the rawness that the novel has to make it's audience queasy. And this segment of time is absolutely the worst to sit through. But it's that first half-hour that doesn't work. A fan of the comic will hate it and a newcomer will just wonder why the hell the comic is considered a masterpiece, if this is the story people raved about for 30 years.
All the pieces are there. However the film is just the opposite. It just bounces from scene to scene with little connecting one to another. It talks about how she came to quit being said superhero and draws a thread between her and Batman. Then, after these disputes, something dawns. Obviously, it could've been in production long before it was announced back at the beginning of the year, but after seeing the film, I don't think that's the case. This dangerous patient was under surveillance, but now his functions to entertain the clinic are transferred to another.
The first thirty minutes of the film is a kind of prelude involving, mostly, Batgirl. And of course you can not fail to mention the wonderful voice acting from Mark Hamill and Kevin Conroy. Each frame is torn from the graphic novel, and this gives a big plus. It's not graphic enough to be disturbing and it's not lighthearted enough to be fun. Especially when it received an R rating. Is it true that the death of a parent or the death of a pregnant girl will be changed by a person, destroying his reason? Gordon personifies honor and morality in Gotham, rotten through. Personally, I, after viewing in Russian, looked the original for pleasure.
For me, this had to do with the complete lack of any emotional resonance. As I said, the first thirty minutes revolves around Batgirl. When it attempts to recreate the power of the novel it fails. The intentions were there, but it could've been done better. The world around has gone mad, and the Joker has his own plans and ways of implementing them. In the first half of the 4K movie tells the story of Batgerl and her relationship with Batman.
The joker is free and intends to show others what he is capable of. While, this part of the film is undoubtedly the worst from a storytelling standpoint, there are a number of things that remained consistently bad throughout. The back drops nor art design is well put together. It's tacked-on and certainly doesn't do Batgirl or Batman any favors the latter of whom just seems a tad creepy. The amusement park, long inoperative, was bought by a fugitive from a clinic for a penny. The story is basically an origin tale for the infamous Batman villain, The Joker. Not a good stunned silence like you get after watching 'Gone Girl', this type of silence is the kind where people don't know what they just saw.
Batman: The Killing Joke 4k animation cartoon for download. As Batman hunts for the escaped Joker, the Clown Prince of Crime attacks the Gordon family to prove a diabolical point mirroring his own fall. The story in the graphic novel is brutal, uncompromising, and pretty tough to get through. From the second half already there is a retelling of the comics. This is the first step on the way to a dream. As a stand alone movie, it's weak and ineffective.
As an adaptation, it's a travesty. The best way to describe it is that it goes from this scene to that scene and than it ends. It's clunky, with no style to be found. The finale of the cartoon as well as the finale of the comics I was very impressed. It's tedious, overly long, and so cliché and predictable that there's nothing remotely enjoyable. From a studio like Warner Bros you'd expect some decent art work, but not here.
In my opinion, this is one of the best versions of the appearance of such a mysterious character. Without coherent direction and the overall first draft vibe of the film it's hardly the experience we've been lead to believe it is. And all the additions are awful. She's no longer relevant beyond the shock value. This part was not in the comic book of Alan Moore, and I do not think that she was so important in the cartoon.
This issue becomes even more clear whenever it attempts 3D animation. Those who thought he was insane were mistaken. This part tells how the Joker once again escaped from Arkham and with the help of James Gordon, wants to prove to Batman and the whole of Gotham that a normal person from leaping into the abyss of insanity separates only one bad day. But it lacks the emotional power that the novel has. Being only 80 minutes, it's rather short. The plot of this cartoon can be divided into two parts: First part. I'm very glad that these guys came back to sound Batman and Joker again.
. Batman appears in the clinic Arkham, where he finds out that the Joker managed to escape from the guard. Barbara tries to be closer to Bruce, but he pushes it away, because he wants to save. It looks like they took the animation from a rough draft of the animated series and colored it in. It doesn't commit enough to the drama of the story. Now, this story is controversial for a reason.