Now, I actually enjoyed this movie a lot due to Damian Wayne's introduction and I believe he was a real badass Robin, but yet we all remember how much of a big role he had in the Death of the Family story arc of DC's The New 52 series and he also made his TV animated debut in Batman: The Brave and the Bold. Time to start the review and I'm going to keep it as spoiler free as I can.
Plot. Batman learns that he has an unruly and violent pre-teen son with Talia Al Ghul named Damian. Damian is being secretly raised by Ra's Al Ghul and the League of Assassins. When Ra's dies at the hands of Deathstroke, Batman must teach his long lost son not to kill and take revenge, but to take a more righteous path in order for the pair to truly acknowledge each other as a family.
Voice Acting. Batman was voiced by Jason O'Mara, and I believe that he actually did an awesome job in being the Bat. Everyone of course knows that Kevin Conroy can't always be the Bat in every movie about the Caped Crusader. But still I believe that Bruce Greenwood would have been an awesome choice as well. Giancarlo Esposito, known for his role as Gus Fring in AMC's hit series Breaking Bad, does the voice of Ra's Al Ghul. His role as the legendary Ra's was darn well done, and I believe that he should have been Ra's Al Ghul's voice in Arkham City, not that I begrudge Dee Bradley Baker, but still he could have been awesome. Other voice actors include Stuart Allan, Morena Baccarin, Xander Berkeley, Fred Tatasciore, Sean Maher and many more. Once again, Andrea Romano takes the role of the Casting Director.
Action Sequences. Now, I never thought I'd see a Batman movie that has a lot of blood violence, and I believe it could have been THIS close to being rated R. Fight scenes were pretty awesome, some were gut-wrenching and most moments in the fight could make you have a twinge. It was awesome to see Dr. Robert Langstrom in the movie, and as you comic book nerds know, Langstrom is none other than the Man-Bat. But I'm not gonna tell you the rest of the fights, because that is something that you have to see for yourself.
Animations. The animations we're completely awesome despite Bruce Timm not being part of the producers, but still it would have been pretty awesome if he was part of the group. The movements and fight scenes were spectacular and they did an amazing job.
Conclusion. The movie was pretty good, and it's one of the best Batman animated movies that I have seen so far since watching Gotham Knight. Although inaccurate to the story arc since some characters were left out, it was still pretty good. My final score for Son of Batman is a B+.
God Bless and Enjoy The Show!