Baconboy wrote:Cilogy wrote:It felt like a comic book, and not in a good way. The story of Year One works better as a comic.
I don't get what you mean, but I agree with the last sentence.
It was too short, didn't allow from much drama as say Mask of the Phantasm or Under the Red Hood did, everything felt too choppy and it felt like I was actually reading a comic book because it lacked perspective. Comics don't put you into the shoes of a character, they don't have to, they show you the action unfolding from a 3rd person point of view. In a film, you have to be put in someone's shoes, there has to be some enhanced perspective, but the movie didn't feel like it had this. That's why the concept works better as a graphic novel rather than animated on screen.