Batman tries teaching his son the importance of "justice, not vengeance" when trying to protect Gotham City from evil.
Frequent fight scenes. In a flashback, a villain is shown as a child being verbally and physically abused by his guardian. In another flashback, young Bruce Wayne watches as his parents are shot and killed by a masked assassin in an alley. A boy kills an owl with a bow and arrow. Gun violence; even Alfred the butler shoots a rifle. Children are held prisoner in an abandoned factory by a very disturbed villain called the Dollmaker who sews doll masks on children's faces and has them do his bidding.
Bruce Wayne tells his girlfriend, "I want to show you something," to which she replies, "Your bedroom, I bet." They also are shown together in Bruce's bed after presumably having sex. While on the phone with his girlfriend at Wayne Mansion, the former Robin begins to sound excited as he discusses the lingerie and thong she is wearing.
Occasional mild profanity: "ass," "bastard," "sons of bitches," "damn," "hell."
As Bruce Wayne talks "hands-free" while driving, the words "Bluetooth-enabled" come up on the dashboard screen of his car.
Adults drink wine at dinner but do not act drunk. Two men outside a nightclub pass a bottle of booze back and forth. Batman is given a strong hallucinogenic drug that causes him to see visions of himself killing his parents in a dark alley in Gotham City, as his surroundings psychedelically throb and undulate around him.