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Justice League: War (2014)

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The world's finest heroes found the Justice League in order to stop an alien invasion of Earth.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
... Shazam (voice)
... Billy Batson (voice)
... The Flash / Barry Allen (voice)
... Green Lantern / Hal Jordan (voice)
... Wonder Woman (voice)
... Cyborg / Victor Stone (voice)
... Batman / Bruce Wayne (voice)
... Superman (voice)
... Darkseid / Computer Voice / Ocean Master (voice)
... Parademons / Secret Service Agent (voice)
... Sarah Charles (voice)
... Darla (voice)
... Silas Stone (voice)
... Thomas Morrow (voice)
... Freddy Freeman / Max / Additional Voices (voice)
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The world's finest heroes found the Justice League in order to stop an alien invasion of Earth.

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A time when heroes became legends.


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Rated PG-13 for sequences of violence and action, and some language | See all certifications »

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4 February 2014 (USA)  »

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Liga da Justiça: Guerra  »

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$3,500,000 (estimated)
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George Newbern, who normally plays the voice of Superman in various DC animated movies and shows, plays the voice of Steve Trevor in this film. See more »

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Cyborg has to make a direct interface connection with the motherbox in order to close the Boom Tubes. Yet at the end he doesn't need it to reopen them and bring all the normal people back to Earth? See more »

Quotes

Green Lantern: As I was saying, Green Lantern can do anything.
Batman: Except shut up, apparently.
Green Lantern: Wow, someone forgot to take their True Blood tonight.
Batman: I'm not a vampire.
Green Lantern: Seriously? I thought it was the darkness and the vanishing, and the, what, super strength?
Batman: No.
Green Lantern: Can you fly?
Batman: In a plane.
Green Lantern: Wait, you're not just some guy in a bat costume, are you? Are you freaking kidding me? What, nobody asked you to prom so you now dress as a bat and prowl around your parents' basement?
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A Good Film, Though Not The Best DC Has To Offer.
7 May 2017 | by See all my reviews

This is a strange little film in the fact that it has so much wrong with it... but it also has so much right.

So what's wrong?

Batman's voice. There's just no conviction, power, or menace in it. This is one of The Bat's main features, other than his lack of super powers. It's one of the main talking points when a new Batman a character is cast. Everybody loves Kevin Conroy from The Animated Series, I really liked Anthony Ruivivar in Beware The Batman (it has the best vocal talents of the Batman series), now Will Arnet has done a brilliant job in The Lego Batman Movie. Unfortunately, Jason O'Mara doesn't do the character justice.

Cyborg's origin. Though it follows the lines it's blue goo which I didn't like as it took the blame off his father, Silas Stone creating The Cyborg out of his dying son. This made Victor Stone more a casualty of Darkseid's attack rather than the love of an estranged father.

The appearance of Shazam, who wasn't in the original story. The choice to use Shazam instead of Aquaman, in my eyes, was not a good one. Aquaman was instrumental in the defeat of Darkseid and his Parademons. There's also the brilliant scene when he has the whales and sharks erupt out of the ocean to devour the Parademons.

The Parademons. I really do like the original design, the ones in the movie are too bulky and appear to be more machine than living entity.

What's right with the film?

The Green Lantern, voiced brilliantly by Justin Kirk, has the right amount of bravado and ego and his relationship with The Batman and The Flash helps to give the movie more power and a sense of humour.

Christopher Gorham does a great job of voicing The Flash and adds the joy and wonder that the character exudes in the comic.

Wonder Woman, though you don't know her origin story for the New 52 in the movie this could make her strong character feel a little strange, to begin with as she's like a child in a toy shop... if you knew that she's new to the real world after leaving Themiscyra would've helped there - however it's this scene which gives the character heart but as soon as the Parademons attack, her sword starts swinging and the no-nonsense female warrior we know and love come to the fore, and Michelle Monaghan who does a great job at voicing all aspects of the character.

Though the thing that really makes this film work is the story and the action, for which Director Jay Oliva does a great job.

These elements nullify the bad ones make the film enjoyable and watchable, though it isn't the best of the Justice League films. Still worth a watch though.


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