Batman: Hush (2019) - Animation, Action, Adventure

Hohum Score

9

Engaging

When threads from Batman's past begin to unravel, the race is on for him to crack Hush's deadly game. Strange alliances will form and shattering secrets will be revealed when Hush's silence is finally broken.

IMDB: 6.9
Director: Justin Copeland
Stars: Jason O'Mara, Jennifer Morrison
Length: 81 Minutes
PG Rating: PG-13
Reviews: 15 out of 114 found boring (13.15%)

One-line Reviews (45)

Hey, at least it's an enjoyable movie and not an incompetent mess like The Killing Joke movie or Batman and Harley Quinn!

Bland, cheesy and just plain awful.

Both scene are bloody enough and super intense!

Full of intense action, funny and romance scene!

Badass, smart, batman-esque, and the reveal was really entertaining and cool too.

Worth watching if you are batman fan.

I dont know how they compress 12 comics into 1 movie and still make it look slow and boring.

Of all the animated superhero movies I have seen thus far, then "Batman: Hush" was definitely the most entertaining and enjoyable.

That being said, it was highly enjoyable, extremely well acted (great having the continuity from the other films) and I loved Nightwings humour.

As always, it was a very enjoyable animated Batman film, I liked the action, acting and use of characters.

I felt bored and betrayed by the story.

The Batman/Catwoman romance dragged for too long.

And the final battle in the warehouse/factory, though a setting that's exhaused at this point, is really well done and exciting.

Voice overs were as exciting & interesting as late night infomercials selling cookware.

Batman fight with Joker and The Riddler is the most intense scene!

The line delivery is so dead, you feel the actors are bored.

Such a waste of money

bland.

Hush the comic was brilliant but the movie was bland.

I personally didn't like the Hush comic story line due to it being way too predictable.

Dull.

Batman: Hush is a great DC animated movie that's action packed, fast paced and consistently funny.

After an hour of Batman and his friends battling manipulated villains, I was also bored.

While the movie itself was mostly predictable, it was still a fun ride in my opinion and is rather despite me not being a big fan of these New52 movies especially when it comes down to batman.

There was no story to the villain and so we just don't care.

This works just fine, but at the same time it seems like a pointless change and a poor change to Tommy Elliot's character, who is a monstrous sociopath who envies Bruce so much that he's willing to even change his face to look like Bruce, where instead he's just some friend of Bruce who gets killed.

The story was drawn out for such a weak twist.

The storyline in this "movie" is dull, predictable, borrows the good bits only up to Catwoman's abduction and after that, becomes a terrible mess.

Hush could shoot a fast-moving piece of rope, from half a mile away.

Entertaining retelling of the graphic novel .

Really enjoyed it until they revealed who hush was and it also seemed as if they was trying to touch on the batman catwoman wedding issues in the comics.

So it was a good, enjoyable movie and a good analysis on the tragedy of the character of Batman.

The animation is mediocre, while still has great background scenery with many small details; the music is bland; aside from Batman, Catwoman and Alfred - there are many characters that i don't even know why they are in the movie at all like Batgirl, Lex Luthor and many more and their only roles are just to be cameos, which is very weird; the dialogue is OK at best; the cinematography is fine and the actors who voice Lois Lane, Bane, the Joker, Lex Luthor, Amanda Waller and Hush are not good at all.

Entire film full of intense fighting scene!

Really enjoyed it .

Storyline same characters; same fights (boringly same punches, kicks, sound effects), same baddies & goodies.

Both the leads Jason O'Mara (Batman) and Jennifer Morrison (Catwoman) sounded unemotional and bored for the most part, The rest of the cast glided through on the plane of averageness.

An overall entertaining flick.

After watching the movie and while it is still based on the critical acclaim comic book story arc of the same name in some extend after doing a research, i didn't find it all that interesting, intriguing or compelling and instead i found it very bland and uninspired.

Furthermore, every classic story DCAU tries to adapt, had it's own style, and that gets homogenized into the same bland artwork that has been their look of choice since "Justice League: War".

I found the comic to be a long and boring excuse to have Batman fight his entire gallery of villains.

Dialogue was contrived, simplistic, cartoonishly unreal.

Boring .

Very poor, and pointless.

He was such a mastermind and an expert at confusing the issues that the sheer level of paranoïa he instilled in the Detective was what made it fail between the Bat and the Cat.