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Justice League Vs The Fatal Five is all about action.
During the beginning of the movie, you are shoved right in the middle of action.
A very basic story elements are touched upon and then it's right back to action again. There is some time spend in developing the relationship between "Starboy" and the "Green Lantern Girl", but it's very short.
The main focus remains of the 2 new characters (which is good), while the Justice League stays in the background for some action.
The ending was totally heartfelt, would have maximised the effect more if there was a little bit more time spend with knowing the characters more.
All in all a good action movie, if you are looking for some depth in story and the characters, this movie is not it, but it's still worth a watch as a DC animated universe movie.
Certain things prevent me from giving it a solid 7 out of 10, so I'll settle with 6.7/10.
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