Batman: Assault on Arkham (2014) 720p YIFY Movie

Batman: Assault on Arkham (2014)

Batman: Assault on Arkham is a video starring Kevin Conroy, Neal McDonough, and Hynden Walch. Batman works desperately to find a bomb planted by the Joker while Amanda Waller hires her newly formed Suicide Squad to break into Arkham...

IMDB: 7.56 Likes

  • Genre: Animation | Action
  • Quality: 720p
  • Size: 940.17M
  • Resolution: / fps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 75
  • IMDB Rating: 7.5/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 1 / 1

The Synopsis for Batman: Assault on Arkham (2014) 720p

In Gotham City, the Riddler has secret information on the top secret Task Force X that he threatens to make public, but before Amanda Waller can have him killed, he is captured by Batman. Now with Riddler imprisoned in Arkham Asylum, Amanda Waller reassembles the Suicide Squad of captured supervillains with the mission to infiltrate the forensic mental hospital to retrieve Riddler's information. Led by Deadshot, this black ops team makes their way into the facility, only to face complications from within and without the team with secret agendas and double crosses all around. Meanwhile, Batman has his own concerns with an urgent search for The Joker's deadly bomb that threatens Gotham City. Eventually, all these players converge on Arkham Asylum for a showdown that few are going to escape alive.

The Director and Players for Batman: Assault on Arkham (2014) 720p

[Director]Jay Oliva
[Role:]Kevin Conroy
[Role:]Matthew Gray Gubler
[Role:]Hynden Walch
[Role:]Neal McDonough

The Reviews for Batman: Assault on Arkham (2014) 720p

Better than the Live-Action Suicide Squad Movie!Reviewed byxgray-03873Vote: 10/10

It's really not that big of a surprise to find out that "Batman: Assault on Arkham" is a much better Suicide Squad movie than the one with Jai Courtney (Captain Boomerang), Jerod Leto ("The Joker), Margot Robbie (Harley Quinn) and Will Smith. I mean, duh?! We should've seen this coming, but I guess not.

But yeah, everything that was literally wrong with the live-action "Suicide Squad" movie, this movie actually made up for as DC and Warner Bros.' way of saying, "We're sorry" to the fans.

Bottom-line, if you want to see a really good Suicide Squad movie, don't watch the live-action version. Go watch this movie instead. It deserves a lot more attention.

10 out of 10 stars.

"Denzel?!? What have they done to you?"Reviewed byutgard14Vote: 4/10

Based on a video game I haven't played, this animated movie is about the Suicide Squad, not Batman. Despite the title, Bats is a supporting character here. Still, it's nice to have Kevin Conroy back as Batman and Mark Hamill as Joker. Hamill gets the only good lines in this thing. The animation is unimpressive and flat. The characters' costume designs are uncreative and drab. More of the great New 52 supposed realism, I guess. Bats has pupils on his mask. It's distracting and stupid. Penguin has turned into Bob Hoskins for some reason. Most of the characters dress in the bland style of the times: casual meets military meets emo. It's very colorless and uninteresting.

In keeping with the direction the DCAU has been headed recently, the content here is "adult." Harley Quinn and Killer Frost wear next-to-nothing throughout the film and even wear NOTHING in some scenes. Harley bites off a woman's ear and we see the bloody ear in her mouth. We also get exploding heads and more gunfights than a Schwarzenegger movie. New 52, y'all! This is not for kids, in case you're one of those unsuspecting parents out there who still thinks cartoons with comic book characters are for all ages. Here's my beef with this stuff: I'm fine with creating these things for an adult audience. But these stories aren't written for adults; they're dumb, predictable, and full of clichés (playing security footage on a loop, infiltrating the group by pretending to be the only one of them wearing a mask, etc.). There's cursing, partial nudity, blood, and violence galore but the script is tired. The characters posture and spout tough guy lines constantly. The only thing "adult" about it is the crass sex and violence thrown in for titillation. This is pretty much just for masturbatory thirteen year-old boys or those who think like them. Hardcore fanboys will likely enjoy it. Judging by the current IMDb score, they do. But this is just one more example that DC Comics, in animation or print, doesn't care about appealing to anyone but the lowest common denominator.

This ain't for l'il kids...but it IS BatmanReviewed byMasterFantasticVote: 10/10

Once again, DC/Warner's has outdone itself with a quality product and yet another installment in the Batman legend. I'll start by saying that I've never played the games. I'm strictly into the videos, so I can't talk about series arcs or what have you.

This particular video, pushes the envelope in a lot of ways. The basic story has a band of misfits led by Deadshot (and includes Harley "Yahtzee!" Quinn, Black Spider, Captain Boomerang, Killer Frost and others) break into Arkham in order to retrieve the Riddler's cane. Along the way, the Joker gets into the act, spreading his own version of mayhem and threatening to spread the lives of Gotham City's citizens all over the map due to a dirty bomb he's hidden somewhere. The Suicide Squad spends as much time fighting amongst its own as it does Batman. Still, Batman triumphs, and things work out in the end.

There are a number of things to like and find fault with. First, the good.

The voices are excellent for the most part. Kevin Conroy IS Batman. There have been other voice actors who've done the role, but Mr. Conroy is the man. CCH Pounder reprises her role as Amanda Waller and she's terrific. Hynden Walch also shines as Harley and almost gets the voice (originally done by Arleen Sorkin) down perfect. The actor who plays Joker--Troy Baker--captures the villain's gleeful mania quite well although I still think of Mark Hamill as THE Joker--and Jennifer Hale as Killer Frost is always welcome.

The only drawback is Neal McDonough as Floyd Lawton/Deadshot. He sounds too generic. Michael Rosenbaum's version had more of a Kevin Spacey/smarmy quality to it and that's what's lacking.

The animation is also excellent. To me, it was like a cross between the old Justice League episodes and the 'Deadshot' episode in Batman: Gotham Knight. Fluid and smooth, the action never stops and the director keeps his camera on the principal characters to show them in their best light.

The bad...the music is jarring at times. Techno-pop is so not right for this kind of movie. As above, the character of Deadshot should have been a lot smarmier, but I'm carping now.

The violence is a little above what I expected, and the film pushes the envelope with almost nudity and one sex scene--"Yahtzee!"--that is sure to give some parents fits. I was also a little surprised to hear them swear. I'd heard it in Justice League: War, and thought it a little odd. I'm no prude and I swear as much as the next guy, but it seemed out of place on this video. That's why older kids/teenagers and adults would be the best audience for this movie.

Overall, I give this a ten and recommend it to serious DC/Batman fans.

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