Batman: Assault on Arkham (2014) 720p YIFY Movie

Batman: Assault on Arkham (2014)

Batman: Assault on Arkham is a video starring Kevin Conroy, Neal McDonough, and Hynden Walch. Batman works desperately to find a bomb planted by the Joker while Amanda Waller hires her newly formed Suicide Squad to break into Arkham...

IMDB: 7.55 Likes

  • Genre: Animation | Action
  • Quality: 720p
  • Size: 940.17M
  • Resolution: / fps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 75
  • IMDB Rating: 7.5/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 1 / 0

The Synopsis for Batman: Assault on Arkham (2014) 720p

In Gotham City, the Riddler has secret information on the top secret Task Force X that he threatens to make public, but before Amanda Waller can have him killed, he is captured by Batman. Now with Riddler imprisoned in Arkham Asylum, Amanda Waller reassembles the Suicide Squad of captured supervillains with the mission to infiltrate the forensic mental hospital to retrieve Riddler's information. Led by Deadshot, this black ops team makes their way into the facility, only to face complications from within and without the team with secret agendas and double crosses all around. Meanwhile, Batman has his own concerns with an urgent search for The Joker's deadly bomb that threatens Gotham City. Eventually, all these players converge on Arkham Asylum for a showdown that few are going to escape alive.


The Director and Players for Batman: Assault on Arkham (2014) 720p

[Director]Jay Oliva
[Role:]Kevin Conroy
[Role:]Matthew Gray Gubler
[Role:]Hynden Walch
[Role:]Neal McDonough


The Reviews for Batman: Assault on Arkham (2014) 720p


Best Attempt at Capturing the Suicide Squad on ScreenReviewed byNDbportmanfanVote: 8/10

Assault on Arkham is meant as a prequel to the events that occurred during the Arkham video game trilogy. Waller has collected some villains to help her take back top secret information from the Riddler. The Squad most infiltrate Arkham Asylum, find the Riddler and get the device before reveals the secrets to even worse villains.

This film really does a good job at capturing how expendable each character is to the mission. At any moment someone could die and the team just has to move to the next objective. This is even tougher because the writers of the movie actually created relationships between characters so the loss hits them and the audience more. Even with all the serious moments there is also funny dialogue exchanged, mainly from Captain Boomerang and King Shark.

There are no characters that are left in the background either. Mostly everyone gets a fair amount of screen time in order to fully bring their personality to the audience. I thought this would be heavy movie on Deadshot and Harley, but that was not the case. The biggest enjoyment I got was Harley as that was probably my favorite depiction of her that I have seen. She had the right amount of sweet with a side of insane.

Action scenes were fun for the most part, as there was a scene or two where they maybe went a little to over the top even for an animation movie.

This was a fun watch and if you are a fan of the Suicide Squad, you most definitely have to see this.

Holy Gratuitous Nudity, Batman!Reviewed byultimatenexusVote: 7/10

This is a pretty good movie.

It's got Deadshot, Harley Quinn, Killer Frost, Black Spider, Captain Boomerang, KGBeast, and King Shark press-ganged into forming the Suicide Squad to infiltrate Arkham Asylum and get out with Riddler's secrets that may ruin Amanda Waller if they're posted on the internet. On top of that, Batman is out looking for a dirty bomb that the Joker has stashed somewhere in the city, which, if it went off, could blow up half or more of the population.

The art style is great and it goes well with the animation. The action sequences are well done and thrilling to watch. Character designs are appealing to look at, and strangely enough, it seemed like Harley and Killer Frost couldn't keep their freaking shirts on for more than five minutes at a time within the first half hour of the movie. Not that that's something to complain much about, but it was a little bit distracting in terms of "Was that REALLY necessary?"

Batman sits in the back seat of his own movie for once, which is actually a good thing because the film wasn't meant to be entirely focused on him, but more on the Suicide Squad. More focus on him would've detracted from the main story.

So far I've said nothing wrong, so I'll get to the flaws: use of CGI (though minor) can still be pretty noticeable but it doesn't take much away from the actual enjoyment of the movie. Sometimes with the main characters bickering all the time it makes you wonder how the hell they got themselves into Arkham in the first place. It got kind of tedious after a while but everyone improved in the second half of the film as things started to fly.

Really, it's a Batman movie with good characters, a plot that was clearly thought out, and plenty of violence and *ahem* titillation to go around. It's also one of the better DC Animated movies to hit Direct- to-DVD. I'd check it out at least once.

Best Batman movie with nearly no Batman since 'The Dark Knight Rises.'Reviewed bymockfilmsblogVote: 7/10

This week I have decided to go a bit off script on my review. Pulling from a genre that many non- comic book readers oft dare not tread. Sure, comic book movies have seen a clear boost in mainstream audience attendance with Christopher Nolan's Dark Knight Trilogy (with which I have a love/hate relationship. Another day my friends) and the brilliant way Marvel has chosen to unfurl their gang of interconnecting hero stories as an ever expanding universe. Today, however, I've decided to give credit where credit is due and give DC their day in the sun.

For all their shortcomings DC properties have had in terms of their live-action films, as successful as they are, where they truly shine is with their straight to DVD animated features. While, not all of the titles that have been produced over the years have been top notch, to count them out as kids stuff is simply unfair. Starting years ago with Batman: The Animated Series (1992-1995), DC has put out some well written and superbly produced stories that could give their live-action brethren a run for their money. With that, I give you Batman: Assault on Arkham (2014).

Not for the youngsters, this is a gritty flick with some intense violence and language. So be warned.

The story is simple enough. The Riddler is at it again and this time as stolen sensitive intel from a secret government organization run by Amanda Waller (a role reprised by the wonderful CCH Pounder), a woman obsessed with keeping America safe without the help of super heroes. Now locked away in Arkham Asylum with the rest of Batman's rouges gallery, Riddler has a flash drive with the information stashed in his cane, which is locked up tight in Arkham's storage lockup. Employing a group called The Suicide Squad to break in and get back the data, Waller teams up a group of super villains equipped with explosives in their necks as incentive to get the job done. Now, some of these criminals are not the A-Listers one might expect from a Batman movie, but not to worry, familiar faces abound throughout.

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