Reviews and Problems with Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths
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Generic formula, but has enough new elements
13 February 2015
Summary: I thought this movie was actually quite kickass of a time. It's entertaining from start to finish. So the plot about superheroes going up against there evil versions has been done to death. But the story adds certain elements that is actually intriguing and cool.
Summary: I did enjoy Justice League: New Frontier, but between this and that, I consider this the slightly better movie. My only real reservations actually was two members of the voice cast. William Baldwin does what he can, but lacks the mystery and darkness of what I associate Batman with.
One of my favorites of the DC Universe Animated Original Movies.
2 January 2012
Excerpt: All of the DC Universe Animated Original Movies, in my opinion, are either hits or misses. This one was a hit, a major hit. Without giving any spoilers, don't expect a lot of dialogue from all 6 of the Justice League members. This film primarily revolves around Owlman, Superwoman, and Batman.
Any feature that can throw in both a Star Wars joke & a Star Trek joke is okay in my book
27 October 2010
Summary: PLOT IN A NUTSHELL: When a heroic version of Lex Luthor arrives from another universe to ask the Justice League for help in battling the Crime Syndicate on his world, our favorite heroes find themselves locked in a life and death struggle against evil dopplegangers who'll stop at nothing to get what...
Summary: I really like Justice League adventures, since they espouse the spirit of cooperation among the DC superheroes which I grew up with. My favorite DC comics in my childhood were my JLA comics. I really liked the recent revival of the JLA on TV. And now, I welcome these new mature animated JLA movies.
Excerpt: The Justice League meets its match in "Justice League: Crisis in Two Worlds", the latest animated feature from the creators of "Green Lantern: First Flight" and "Superman Batman: Public Enemies".
the Justice League flies high and goes up against... the bizarro world of themselves!
24 April 2010
Summary: One of the things that makes these DC animated movies, specifically those as of late (with very few exceptions) so strong thematically is that they take the foundations of the characters from the comics and the TV shows, keep them strong, and build upon them as their own forms of mythology.
Summary: I've seen a lot of these animated super-hero movies and this is in my opinion by far the best. It's no coincidence that it was written by Dwayne McDuffie, who also penned the wonderfully absorbing story arcs in Cartoon Network's JLA and JLU.