Batman Ninja Blu-ray Review & Comments

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD discs' started by Phil Hinton, May 17, 2018.


    1. Casimir Harlow

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      Watched my copy at the weekend and the Japanese track was just lossy Dolby Digital, is there a hidden DTS-HD MA track?
       
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      Nope you’re right.
       
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      For a lossy DD 5.1 track it was still quite impressive, made the mistake of watching it at around 10pm and the LFE was certainly ground pounding at points lol
       
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      Have to agree wholeheartedly with Cas's review. Saw this last night and it looks and feels great. The punk-out swerve on it is great fun and it certainly moves with a vengeance. The Japanese cultural influence and style gives a fresh and amusing (in a good way) take away from the usual US offerings.
       
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      I saw this last night and felt a little let down.
      I mean why on ear was Robins hair cut like that, why was red robin wearing a basket on his head.
      Maybe it was because I was watching on my ipad but I found the sound all over the place (using head phones). Sometimes it would be normal and other times like they were talking in a toilet.
      I really enjoy the more adult animations and Batman is often great due to his dark nature but this was just a little off the wall for me.
       
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      It's just the mixed old and new Japanese warrior/gang/punk style. Not for all. It sounds like it was your headphones/tablet getting confused in the mix. Fine on a dedicated set up.
      I agree about the R/15 rated versions, they really suit the darker mischievous intent far more readily.
       

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