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Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths

Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths (2010)

February. 23,2010
| Adventure Animation Action Science Fiction

A heroic version of Lex Luthor from an alternate universe appears to recruit the Justice League to help save his Earth from the Crime Syndicate, an evil version of the League. What ensues is the ultimate battle of good versus evil in a war that threatens both planets and, through a devious plan launched by Batman's counterpart Owlman, puts the balance of all existence in peril.


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When a good Lex Luthor from a parallel universe travels to see the Justice League they are forced to face their equals in a battle that truly could mean the end of the world should they fail.Featuring all your favorites and a few additional names making little more than cameo appearances this follows on from the Justice League television series though is a tad darker.The story is great, the execution however is exactly what you'd expect. It looks okay, sounds okay, everything is exactly that.......okay, but nothing more.Voice actors for this one include Mark Harmon, William Baldwin & James Woods who are really quite poor. James Woods who plays Owl Man sounds bored through the entire thing and Baldwin simply isn't Batman material.If you enjoy DC animations you may enjoy this but this is certainly not one of their strongest outings.The Good: Interesting storyThe Bad:Baldwin's voice doesn't suit BatmanProceeds to make Batman look remarkably weakThings I Learnt From This Movie:If Batman and Owlman are the same person from different dimensions why do they have different voices?Superwoman is not PG


Pretty good just like the previous Justice League movies this time a good version of Lex Luthor from a parallel Earth comes to the Justice League's dimension for help to fight their evil counterparts. Superwoman, Owlman and many more. I found this movie to be pretty good i liked that there was an actual good Luthor but also a bad Justice League but i'm still team Justice Lords baby no matter what. My favorite scene is quote delivered by the great Batman who says to Owlman "There is a difference between you and me. We both looked into the abyss, but when it looked back at us, you blinked." Even with broken bones that dude is still amazing you know because he's Batman he's just way cool.


Every fantasy and sci-fi show does an alternate/parallel world episode. "Let's make the good guys act like bad guys, and the bad guys act like good guys. The normal good guys cross over into the alternate- reality and defeat the new bad guys. While we're at it, let's put two of the good guys (who are now bad guys) into a romantic relationship." It's the sci- fi version of the sitcom "bottle episode" and is rarely well done.This variation of the theme is worse than most, and for Justice League fans, the randomly chosen set of celebrity voice actors makes the whole production just seem fake - i.e. good superman and bad superman both sound wrong. Alternate-world episodes usually seem to be driven by actors who want to dress up and "act" differently. But in this case the unfamiliar voices of the characters only works if the script is exceptional (like in Flashpoint Paradox), but in this case the story and script and very bland.The entire movie just falls flat.


I somewhat enjoyed "Public Enemies", and "Under the Red Hood" is by far the best feature ever, but this edition really could have used some work. It has the same problems as a lot of its predecessors, delivering solely action and a pretty basic plot outline of the much deeper graphic novel. This was pathetic to me, because the premise was pretty promising. Not only that, but Batman spends 90% of his time in the movie getting his ass handed to him, which was insulting really. Chris North, Mark Harman, and William Baldwin, all were decent, but nothing compared to Kevin Conroy or Tim Daly. Although give credit where credit is due concerning James Woods, who did pretty damn good throughout as Owlman. If you're around 10 this will be the best thing you've ever seen, but if you were born in the 90s or older then it will pass off as mediocre.