Batman: Death in the Family (2020) Full Movie

Batman: Death in the Family
7.3/10 by 156 users

Batman: Death in the Family (2020) : Tragedy strikes the Batman's life again when Robin Jason Todd tracks down his birth mother only to run afoul of the Joker. An adaptation of the 1988 comic book storyline of the same name.

Title Batman: Death in the Family (2020)
Release Date Oct 13, 2020
Genres ,
Production Company Warner Bros. Animation, DC Entertainment
Production Countries United States of America
Casts Bruce Greenwood, Vincent Martella, John DiMaggio, Zehra Fazal, Gary Cole, Kimberly Brooks, Nolan North, Nick Carson, Keith Ferguson, Karl Urban
Plot Keywords dc comics, superhero, interactive, short
Bruce Wayne / Batman (voice)
Bruce Wayne / Batman (voice)
Bruce Greenwood
Jason Todd / Robin / Red Hood / Red Robin (voice)
Jason Todd / Robin / Red Hood / Red Robin (voice)
Vincent Martella
The Joker / Thomas Wayne / Reporter 2 (voice)
The Joker / Thomas Wayne / Reporter 2 (voice)
John DiMaggio
Talia al Ghul (voice)
Talia al Ghul (voice)
Zehra Fazal
Two-Face / Commissioner James Gordon / Reporter 4 (voice)
Two-Face / Commissioner James Gordon / Reporter 4 (voice)
Gary Cole
Police Officer 1 / Reporter 1 (voice)
Police Officer 1 / Reporter 1 (voice)
Kimberly Brooks
Clark Kent / Police Officer 2 (voice)
Clark Kent / Police Officer 2 (voice)
Nolan North
Tim Drake / Young Bruce Wayne (voice)
Tim Drake / Young Bruce Wayne (voice)
Nick Carson
Gangster 1 (voice)
Gangster 1 (voice)
Keith Ferguson
Sgt. Rocks
Sgt. Rocks
Karl Urban

Reviews

  • wildhunt1

    Overall Grade: 3.1/5 Letter Grade: B- Star Grade: 2.5/5, 5/10 I bought this movie, excited to finally see "A Death in the Family" in animated form. DC has rarely disappointed me with their movies, but I have to say... this one was a humongous disappointment. I mean, this movie sucked. It was nothing but a 30 minute recap of "Under the Red Hood" with a little bit of "Death in the Family" thrown in at the beginning, followed by 4 DC Showcase movies I didn't give a crap about. The only reason for as high a grade as it gets is because of the animation and voice acting. Otherwise, total waste of time. And the digital version doesn't even give you the interactive capabilities, meaning you're losing stuff that the blu-ray has. I want my money back, DC, and I've never said that about your movies before.