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a5c7b9f00b In the 1950s, a new generation of superheroes must join forces with the community's active veterans and a hostile US government to fight a menace to Earth.
Adapting the award-winning DC Comics miniseries DC: THE NEW FRONTIER by Darwyn Cooke, Justice League: The New Frontier spins a tale of the DC Universe in the 1950s, focusing on test pilot Hal Jordan (Green Lantern) and the Martian Manhunter. The story also features other DC characters, including Barry Allen (the Flash), Superman, Wonder Woman, Batman, and many more.
I really liked justice league cartoon series, and movie in 2010, but this was like some extremely bad horror movie, with dinosaurs as main antagonists, attacking everything that moves, and so called "heroes" cut, shoot and blow them apart like some jam pies, splitting their blood all over ground, I admit I wasn't expecting an adult movie, but this was too much, even for a 18 + in a matter of fact, I wouldn't recommend people under 30(!!) watch it, it just blew my mind( in bad way) animation, voice acting, action scenes are decent and nothing special, character faces aren't detailed at all(only basic elements there are like eyes, noses etc) there is no logic in character actions,(like it would be logical to save some dinosaurs as species) but they all are so cruel, so bad, so ignorant, it's just too much so if you don't like superheroes tearing dinosaurs apart by their genitals don't watch it... -100 out of 10
First I want to address a few of the critiques. Those who go on and on about Superman&#39;s S and Green Lantern being white... please go read the comic. Please wikipedia Green Lantern and Superman. Please do some research. I understand it&#39;s tough to not just assume everything you&#39;ve ever seen has always been thus, but welcome to the world - you don&#39;t know all there is about it. This movie is about history and in it&#39;s own ways the history of comics - not just the last few years of the DCAU.<br/><br/>Onto the main review - This is an homage, like the comic, to the Silver age - sci-fi heroes and villains, occasional veiled morality (more Marvel&#39;s staple than DC, but still....) and thin plots.<br/><br/>It&#39;s fun, the art is wonderfully minimalistic, able to balance Bruce Timm&#39;s simple style (the review that was angry because the care and complexity he saw in B:TAS wasn&#39;t here needs to re-watch that series) with Darwyn Cooke&#39;s stylistic and again simple imagery (influenced heavily by BT as well). Occasionally it&#39;s a bit stiff but it captures the comic and is unique enough to overcome it. And it evokes the feel of the comics of the time pretty well, even if the art is different from back then.<br/><br/>Along with the art, the movie shares the flaw of the comic as well - the overall plot of &#39;The Source&#39; isn&#39;t compelling enough to drive it, and indeed is almost an afterthought.<br/><br/>Whereas the comic filled that void by great character pieces on folks like Challengers of the Unknown, Task Force X, the Losers and other 50&#39;s comics (or for that matter, John Henry and his fight in the South against the KKK - please WBA, grow a pair and make THAT movie), the movie doesn&#39;t have the luxury of time to do that - and so, must be driven by the plot. And as you can&#39;t flesh out something like &#39;The Source&#39; (I won&#39;t say more that the name so as not to give anything away) the plot is very

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