As the home planet of the Green Lantern Corps faces a battle with an ancient enemy, Hal Jordan prepares new recruit Arisia for the coming conflict by relating stories of the first Green Lantern and several of Hal's comrades.
An alteration of the timeline for the superhero, The Flash, creates ripples that disastrously alters the Universe. The Flash must team with other heroes to restore the timeline while the ... See full summary »
C. Thomas Howell,
Michael B. Jordan
When a cocky industrialist's efforts to raise an ancient Chinese temple leads him to be seriously wounded and captured by enemy forces, he must use his ideas for a revolutionary power armor in order to fight back as a superhero.
In antiquity, the Amazons defeat the war god, Ares, and Zeus charges them to hold him prisoner as eternally young warriors on the hidden island of Themyscira. Centuries later, US Air Force pilot Steve Trevor is lured to crash land on the island and the distraction of that trespass allows Ares to escape. In response, Princess Diana wins the responsibility to both take Trevor home and recapture the fugitive god. Steve Trevor offers to help and together this disparate pair must not only overcome Ares' efforts to achieve a bloody revenge, but also reconcile their own conflicting world views in an adventure that would be the first for the greatest of the female superheroes. Written by
Kenneth Chisholm (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Toward the end of the movie, Artemis is reading a book of wisdom and a couple of pages are shown. These words are attributed to the Egyptian King Akhenaten, supposed to be the father of the more popular King Tutankhamun. In the Marvel Universe, Akhenaten makes several appearances as an enemy, most notably in the "Marvel Universe: The End" comic mini-series. See more »
When Wonder Woman is studying a global readout of Ares' activities, the English subtitles spell out "Populous", when the word "Populace" is correct. See more »
You seem as eager to meet me on the battlefield as you once did in the bedroom, Hippolyta.
I only hope you prove more skilled in this arena, Ares.
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the best animated feature from DC or Marvel to date
this is DC comics latest animated feature,and it is good.in my mind,it's the best animated feature from both DC and their rival Marvel.the action is outstanding,especially the fight scenes.the dialogue is good,as is the voice acting.there are some big names lending their voices here,and all suit the characters very well.i also liked the story,though how accurate it is to the comic book i don't know.i do know it's nice to have a strong central female character who can hold her own with any guy,and i don't just mean physically or intellectually.there is actually a pretty funny scene which illustrates this point,but i won't get into it here.anyway,hopefully in the next couple of years or so a live live action Wonder Woman film will hit theatres.anyway,for me,this animated Wonder Woman is a 9/10
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