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A team of super baddies from an alternate universe threaten universal destruction and so the Justice League swings into action. Ehh, that's funny, the bad guys are merely opposites of the good guys. It's interesting, to a point, but like all team based dramas depth is avoided for the sake of story arc. Still a decent pass of time.
Fair-minded and well-intented, but this DC adaptation is mediocre at best. Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths is a joy for the younger audience but a lack in awe for any comic-book-moviegoer, dampened by loose plots and no complexity. 3/5
-While I do find it distracting that this film is done prior to JL Doom but is done in the same art style, and how they didn't get the original VAs like they did their, it doesn't mean its bad in fact the film is great. I've always been fascinated with the parallel earth theory where one decision can make one parallel earth and thus thousands are made, and I love the idea of alternate dimension super-heroes having super-villain counterparts. The animation and action looks just fantastic, the plot is very well done, and while I don't think these TV actors are as good as say Kevin Conroy or George Newbern, they are still decent, all except for one, James Woods (Hades in Hercules) as Owlman. Not only Does Woods make the role his own, but he makes him creepy, calm, badass, manipulative, and just someone who doesn't give a shit on who he kills or what he says, and it's one of the best villain performances I've seen in a film. I'd definiteyl say the film is worth a watch if your a DC comic fan or a superhero fan in general. It's better than half the Live action shit DCs pushed out in the last few years that's for sure *coughDarkKnightRises*
Lots of big name voice talents. I havent watched a super hero cartoon in a long long time. Was fun.
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