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Batman & Mr. Freeze: SubZero (Bilingual) [Import]

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Product Details

  • Actors: Kevin Conroy, Michael Ansara, Loren Lester, Efrem Zimbalist Jr., George Dzundza
  • Directors: Boyd Kirkland
  • Writers: Boyd Kirkland, Archie Goodwin, Bill Finger, Bob Kane, Bruce W. Timm
  • Format: AC-3, Animated, Color, Dolby, DVD-Video, NTSC, Import
  • Language: English, Spanish
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish, French, Portuguese
  • Dubbed: French, Portuguese
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • Release Date: April 23 2002
  • Run Time: 70 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 38 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B00005Y71E
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This breathtaking adventure explodes into animated action when the villainous Mr. Freeze kidnaps Batgirl. Now, racing the clock, Batman and Robin face off against Mr. Freeze in the iciest showdown of the century.

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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 --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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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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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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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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I've always liked the original "Batman, The Animated Series," but I was disappointed by the first full length movie, "Mask of the Phantasm" as the Bruce Wayne love interest sub plot dragged on too long. However, "SubZero" more than makes up for any lack of action. This is a great Batman story, far more superior to the very miserable live action "Batman & Robin" that came out in and around the same time. In fact this direct to video feature would give any of the live action Batmans a run for their money.
The plot, quickly, is about Mr. Freeze's attempt to find a organ donor for his dying wife. He finds one in the body of Barbara Gordon (Batgirl). He kidnaps her, and it's up to Batman & Robin to find her before the operation can take place.
Combining computer graphics with the colorful, 1940ish animation style of "Batman, The Animated Series," this movie is a guilty adult pleasure. The action is top notch, including an edge of the seat third act which takes place aboard a flaming abandoned oil rig. Sub plots include Dick Grayson (Robin) and Barbara's budding romance, and a slimy doctor who helps Mr. Freeze in order to cover his impending stock losses. Both are believeable, but what makes this a great movie is the action. As I said, the third act is a nail biter, but there is also an excellent chase scene between Freeze and Grayson, and Barbara's first escape attempt from the oil rig is well thought out and leads to her helpless realization that she isn't going anywhere.
My only regret is that this isn't out on DVD and unfortunately I'm not sure it ever will be. That's too bad as I know I'm not the only fan of "Batman, The Animated Series" and this, with the quality sound, visuals and storyline, seems like a prime choice.
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For me, one of the finest aspects of the Timm/Dini era of animated Batman has been the ability to present some of the old villains as tragic figures. None has been more tragic than Victor Fries/Mr. Freeze, whose attempts to find a cure for his wife have been callously thwarted by big corporations. The producers of the current Batman have carefully sustained Mr. Freeze's story, even to the point of continuing it into the BATMAN BEYOND continuity. For the most part, SUB ZERO allows us to see the vulnerable man as he has been made into a villain, and it preserves Batman's compassion as it wrestles with his obsession for justice. Why the Warner Bros. suits throw money behind projects like the live-action BATMAN & ROBIN when they can find much more worthy stories in their WB Kids! and DC Comics divisions is beyond many of us who follow the Batman mythos. Sure, in SUB ZERO the Dick Grayson/Barbara Gordon romance is forced, the Commissioner Gordon affection for his daughter is saccharine, and the subplot about the Inuit boy is unnecessary; still, this story offers interesting transition between the introduction of Mr. Freeze to the current Batman animated continuity and the later stages of Mr. Freeze discovered in the latter BATMAN & ROBIN ADVENTURES and BATMAN BEYOND.
Having said that, I must disagree with many of the Amazon.com reviewers of this piece regarding the animation, which varies in quality throughout the movie. No figure walks naturally in this movie, and eyes often look as if they have been pasted onto heads. The worst transgression, however, comes from the forced combination of the computer animation with the more traditional animation.
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