Batman goes through Robins like mice do with cheese.
Red Hood’s theory that you need to control crime in order to lower crime—since crime is an indestructible piece of human society—is interesting, to put it mildly. As many crappy one-liners and fantasy-driven absurdities that Batman: Under the Red Hood puts you through during its over an hour runtime, there is merit to this animated feature-length: its analysis on the juxtapositions between murderous and non-murderous saviors, a worthwhile phenomena among the main protagonist and antagonist, and a hot-blooded finale that confronts Batman with such a quick-philosophy situation, it’s bound to at least stump the audience if it can’t do so to the stubborn and fixed-minded caped crusader.
Anywho, I haven’t seen this one since it literally first came out before I was even double-digits, but shockingly, it still moderately holds up.
“Batman: Under the Red Hood” is now available to stream on HBO Max, Amazon Prime, Google Play, YouTube, and Vudu.