Reviews and Problems with Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths
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Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths
5 March 2010
Conclusion: 'Crisis on Two Earths' has a fair amount going for it, but the potential is ultimately wasted. It's disappointing that this film fails to come together in the end. Those who enjoy seeing heroes and villains fighting and in cameos will be able to overlook the multiple flaws. The Blu-ray has marvelous video with average audio. 'The Spectre', however, is a must-see, so this is still recommended, particularly for fans.
Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths Blu-ray Review
25 February 2010
Excerpt: The Movie On an alternate world, diabolical counterparts to our heroic Justice League--Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, Flash, Green Lantern and Martian Manhunter--have formed an unstoppable organization known as The Crime Syndicate. The Syndicate has grown so powerful that they threaten to take over their entire planet, and so good guy Lex Luthor (what the...?) transports between dimensions to enlist the aid of The Man of Steel, The Dark Knight et. al.
Conclusion: Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths isn't the best flick to come out of DC Comics partnership with Warner Bros. Animation, but it certainly isn't the worst. As action-packed and entertaining as it is, I can only imagine how good it all would have been had the sensibilities that dominated its third act seeped into the film's first fifty minutes. Warner's Blu-ray release isn't reliable either.