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Batman & Mr. Freeze: SubZero

Kevin Conroy , Michael Ansara , Boyd Kirkland    Unrated   DVD
3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (37 customer reviews)
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The Dark Knight and his cohorts Robin and Batgirl do battle with a scarily sympathetic archvillain in this superior animated movie that both kids and adults can watch without feeling insulted. While not quite as inspired as the previous Batman: Mask of the Phantasm (which is still the best portrayal of the title character ever to grace the screen), this well-plotted, awesomely stylish wall-to-wall actioner perfectly captures the fundamental essence of the classic comics, and makes the treatment of the same characters in the painful live-action Batman & Robin look even more ineptly misguided. Simply put, this is how the Masked Manhunter of Gotham should be depicted. --Andrew Wright

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3.0 out of 5 stars I expected something stronger. April 6 2013
Format:DVD|Verified Purchase
The ending is great, but I expected it to be a bit stronger of a story than it was. Perhaps I had too high of expectations due to my nostalgia over the Batman Animated Series. Still, I recommend it be checked out to fill in some of the gaps of the later BAS Mr. Freeze episodes.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Second best movie of Batsy ! Nov. 25 2012
Format:DVD|Verified Purchase
After Batman mask of the Phantasm, this second picture is low in quality but the story is great.
Same commentary about the technical performances : the picture and colors are great but one more time no bonus features.
Well, it seems to be the same for Warner. Buy it anyway !!!!
The DVD have French, English, Spanish and portuguese language and subtitles. Only in extras : The Hunt for Mr Feeze game, Featurette : how to draw Batmn, cast and crew information, trailers for other movies.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Okay, not too exciting. Dec 28 2002
The main problem here is that the story focuses WAY too much on Robin. And I've never really been a fan of him. Batman practically has a cameo role in this movie. Mr Freeze is a sympathetic villain and he does set up some provoking situations for the characters but I still wanted more action and less talk if you know what I mean.
Don't get me wrong. It's a thousand-million times the movie that Batman & Robin was but...not wholesome or entertaining enough to get any special notice. The animation is fine and the brief return of Danny Elfman's Batman theme is appreciated though I struggle to find any real reason to suggest this 'un. Only for Batman completists.
The DVD is in slightly tinny Dolby Stereo and is in fullscreen. The laserdisc was in 1.66:1 and I would have appreciated it if Warner presented this DVD in that aspect ratio if it were intended by the director.
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You might be surprised to see that there is virtually no character development in SubZero, which is in stark contrast to Mask of the Phantasm. If you aren't caught up on the animated TV series, you'll have a hard time appreciating this movie. SubZero focuses too much on action. That's fine for episodes of the animated series, but it's not good when a movie is all action and no heart. This movie feels rushed, like no one put enough effort into making a good movie. It's like they hastily made a three-part story for the TV series, threw in some "fancy" computer animation, then suddenly decided to call it a movie. SubZero would've been a great three-part storyline for the TV series if they'd lose the stupid computer animation. Put simply, SubZero just doesn't work as an animated movie.

Robin/Dick Grayson and Batgirl/Barbara Gordon are in the movie just as often as Batman/Bruce Wayne. Robin is a good sidekick for Batman in the animated TV series, and he's also a good addition to this movie. I'm just glad that Robin wasn't annoying, because I still have bad memories of Robin in Joel Schumacher's Batman movies. Unfortunately, Batman has to share his screentime with Batgirl and Robin. Compared to the screentime Batman gets in Mask of the Phantasm, I was disappointed that Batman wasn't in SubZero more often. But then again, it was absolutely necessary for Robin and Batgirl to be central characters in this movie.

Mr. Freeze always was a sympathetic character in the TV series. In this movie, he's still trying to find a cure for his wife's disease. And if that wasn't enough, he's also adopted an orphaned Inuit boy. But the boy is annoying, and I would've preferred it if he wasn't in the movie.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Not all good movies come out in theatres..... June 10 2004
I remember back when this movie came out. I of course, rented it. This was, I mean, is, a good film.The story about Mr. Freeze kidnapping Barbara Gordon,aka Batgirl, was excellent. The minions of Freeze are two awesome polar bears.Filled with a great story line and great action sequences, this is a movie not to be missed. Freeze's motivation for his "life of crime" doesn't strike as wrong, because he is just trying to save his wife, which leads me to believe Freeze has some good in him still. Watch this, rent this, or buy this, for it is good.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great movie May 23 2004
Format:VHS Tape
From the opening scene of a sub crashing through the Arctic ice, you know this is going to be a great movie. Mr. Freeze is one of the great villians, and it is good that filmakers gave him a vehicle of his own.
Subzero is very faithful to the Batman Animated Series, and takes events steps further. These events include the romance between Barbara Gordon and Dick Grayson, and the fate of Nora Freeze. The animation is crisp, the action edge of seat, the score and story wonderful. I love Mr. Freeze's polar bears. Why didn't they have them in the animated series?
All in all I highly recommend this movie to fans of the animated series and Batman in general.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Very Good Film! May 9 2004
While the movie is only 1 hour and 7 minutes in length, it is a very entertaining feature. The story flows along smoothly and at a consistant pace. Which is very hard to find in any film nowadays. The character's portrayals are very well done and the story is solid and doesn't get sidetracked with side plots. All in all, while short, a very entertaining Batman feature worth owning!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Cold Comfort Dec 2 2003
SUBZERO is everything a Batman movie ought to be. Fast-paced, action-packed, and full of characters we can actually care about. If only the zillion dollar stinkbomb BATMAN AND ROBIN had been half this good! Mr. Freeze is back, trying to cure his "sleeping beauty" wife, the cryogenically frozen Nora. He finds a desperate doctor to help him get her an emergency organ transplant. Unfortunately, the "donor" he selects is Barbara (Batgirl) Gordon! After Freeze kidnaps her, it's up to Batman and Robin to find her before it's too late. I watched SUBZERO with my 7yo son and we both loved every minute. Highly recommended...
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3.0 out of 5 stars Good,but there were some flaws
The work on the soundtrack and animation was great.My biggest problem was if Batgirl was kidnapped,why she didn't use her skills to escape if she was seen beating up the attackers... Read more
Published on July 14 2004 by Willie Montgomery
4.0 out of 5 stars The Cartoon Proves More Consistent than Live Action
Though that is somewhat of a wide opinion of reviewers on this web-site. But it is true. Joel Schulmacher was woefully misguided when he agreed to take up the directing reins... Read more
Published on Aug. 23 2003 by mljkb
4.0 out of 5 stars Top-flight treatment of the Batman characters
In perhaps the single silliest marketing ploy of the last ten years, Warner released Subzero as part of their plan to promote the ludicrously popular live-action franchise in its... Read more
Published on July 21 2003 by Sam Thursday
5.0 out of 5 stars good movie with pleasing visual effects
Batman and Mr. Freeze is the first of hopefully a long line of Batman cartoon movies for me.
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Published on June 3 2003 by O. Rios
3.0 out of 5 stars What Batman 4 SHOULD have been
Batman 4 was a little under the line of OK.
But Sub Zero was better acting and story. The story is Victor Fries' (Yes that is how you spell his last name)wife needs a heart... Read more
Published on Feb. 19 2003 by batboy189
2.0 out of 5 stars Really suffers from poor animation
Batman & Mr.Freeze: Subzero is a subpar release by WB. Especially disappointing is the decision to attempt to digitize parts of the animation. Read more
Published on Feb. 7 2003 by Kevin RE Watts
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