Justice League: Doom

2012

Action / Animation / Fantasy / Sci-Fi

251
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 87%
IMDb Rating 7.5 10 32601

Synopsis


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August 30, 2012 at 03:57 AM

Cast

David Kaufman as Jimmy Olsen
Danny Jacobs as Agent Porter
Bumper Robinson as Cyborg
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600.81 MB
1280*720
English 2.0
PG-13
23.976 fps
1 hr 15 min
P/S 4 / 13
1.10 GB
1920*1080
English 2.0
PG-13
23.976 fps
1 hr 15 min
P/S 0 / 6

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by utgard14 6 / 10

Good

Vandal Savage steals Batman's files on his Justice League teammates and uses them to learn the weaknesses of the heroes. He then sends the Legion of Doom to take out the Justice League one by one. Entertaining animated DC movie adapted from the comic book story "Tower of Babel." Some things were changed, of course. For instance, Hal Jordan and Cyborg were shoehorned into things because DC wants them to be a big deal these days. Most importantly, in the comic it was Batman villain Ra's Al Ghul behind everything. Here it's Vandal Savage and the Legion of Doom.

The voicework is mostly good. It's great to see Kevin Conroy, Susan Eisenberg, and Tim Daly back, as well as some of the other actors from the Justice League series. I've been unimpressed by the stunt casting of the DCAU movies from the late '00s to today. The animation is fine. The movie's not without flaws. As is often the case with these movies adapted from comic stories, they seem to take for granted the audience is familiar with the mythology and history behind the various characters and stories. This doesn't bother me specifically because I am generally familiar with the source material, but it could be a problem for viewers who don't read the comics or haven't watched many of the animated movies or the TV series. There's something to be said for making these stories accessible to both fans and new viewers. If you're a viewer familiar with the material, you should definitely like this. If you're new to it, I still think you will be able to enjoy it. You might not get every little detail but you won't be lost in the plot, I'm sure.

Reviewed by KineticSeoul 6 / 10

Not a spectacular Justice League animated movie, but good enough

This was a fun animated superheroes movie that has something for kids and adults to enjoy. It isn't too kid like for adults, but it isn't too dark to the point the kids may get scared. It's one of the really good Justice League movie despite few plot-holes and corny bits then and there. And yeah, the villain's plan in this does come off pretty dumb in certain areas. But overall, it's a fairly entertaining and well designed animated Justice League movie. They really got the Justice League persona down in this movie. And it was kinda cool to see the right villains fight against the heroes, where the story and fight sequences actually really works. The story isn't all that amazing nor is it a spectacular DC animated movie. But like I said, it's still a fun watch. If it didn't feel so rushed, it would have been a better movie though.

6.8/10

Reviewed by strikeninga6000 4 / 10

Over hyped

Despite hearing such great things about this movie, the story itself was a letdown to me. This was just a movie to show that the terrible villains were more terrible than we thought. I mean because of the plans, multiple superheros "should" have died, but no they lived not because of the plans or mistakes, they lived because of the villains' stupidity. I mean shoot Superman in the brain or something, don't give the hero a chance to recover. Another was break batman's back before burying him. Or Flash, why didn't mirror master have a manual detonator or even a time detonator of like 3 minutes or something? Why did he have to be goddamn truthful? Seriously, whoever thought of this story didn't think things through. All this plot was another show of how stupid and great lack of logic DC villains have. Otherwise I agree with other reviews in that the animation and voice acting was well done, but the logic and intelligence behind the bad guys was nonexistent.

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