Batman: Under the Red Hood

{4.5/5} “I gotta say, I miss watching you work.”

Batman: Under the Red Hood, released in 2010

Batman and Nightwing are concerned about a new masked man in town who goes by the name the Red Hood. He’s got all the drug lords working for him, but he has his own code of honour. But no matter what his code is, Batman can’t let him go around killing people. Then he begins to think that the Red Hood is actually someone he knows — someone he thought was dead.

This is an animated movie, but it’s pretty serious — at one time it was going to be R rated.

The story includes frequent Batman characters Ra’s al Ghul and the Joker.

It’s about whether killing someone is ever justified.

Stars the voices of Bruce Greenwood, Neil Patrick Harris, and Jason Isaacs. Directed by Brandon Vietti (the TV show Batman: The Brave and the Bold). The mysterious music is by Christopher Drake.

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