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    Justice League Crisis on Two Earths

    Movie » Justice League Crisis on Two Earths released on February 23, 2010.

    The Justice League fight their counterparts from an alternate reality, The Crime Syndicate, to protect both worlds and all reality from destruction at Owlman's hand. Blu-Ray includes a short movie starring the Spectre.

    Short summary describing this movie.

    Justice League Crisis on Two Earths last edited by wkndnexile on 07/06/21 02:22PM View full history

    Original Concept

    Originally this feature was supposed to be a tie in between the "Justice League" and "Justice League Unlimited" seasons called "When Worlds Collide". Some factors are obviously left in the script such as the acquisition of Wonder Womans Invisible Jet, and the development of the new Watchtower and it's teleporter, Also, the seventh member of the Crime Syndicates "heads" is Zauriel (an analogue for Hawkgirl who was the Leagues seventh member in the Justice League series). The script Dwayne Mcduffie wrote was mainly kept intact, but due to Warner Bros. animation studio becoming defunct, It was decide to be released as an original, individual feature

    Catchy dialogue

    Superwoman: "I take it back. You are much crazier than I am."

    Owlman: "Don't get in my way."

    Superwoman: "On the contrary, <smooch>, I'm in."

    Reception

    Just like other DCUA Original Movies that came before this one, Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths has received very positive reaction.The World's Finest, one of the first sites to review the movie, said, "...the film ranks up there as one of Dwayne McDuffie's better works in the animated DC world and even though it’s reminiscent of stories we’ve seen in animation before, the brilliant work done by Moi, the directing by Sam Liu and Lauren Montgomery, and story make it more than worth watching again."

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    Average score of 16 user reviews

    Surprisingly Well Done 0

    Ok, let me begin that I have not read the basis of the Crisis Comics.  Yes, I know what happens but I haven't read it in its entirety so I didn't have that to flavor my watching of this movie.  So, what did I think?    I liked it.  That's the short version.  But I'm going to start with what I didn't like, what I enjoyed so much in the Superman/Batman movie that they seemed to shy away from here.    Now, I like a good story, but one of the reasons I watch Animated Movies such as this is the actio...

    14 out of 14 found this review helpful.

    My Thoughts 0

    I will admit that I have not read many comics in my lifetime. I've never had the opportunity to read the stories this movie is based off of. But in a way that doesn't matter, I think this movie had a smooth enough plot so even I could understand.  The Bad As everyone I was disappointed at William Baldwin's voice of Batman. Everyone else had a good voice actor who fit them but Baldwin wasn't really the one to be Batman.  I also felt Lex Luthor's design was lacking. It was an alright look but I wo...

    8 out of 8 found this review helpful.

    Justice League Crisis on Two Earths movie review 0

     This is an older review of mine.  Check out my http://www.comicvine.com/the-losers/223-937/user-reviews/?review_id=10476  review to see how the reviews have changed     Plot: A heroic version of Lex Luthor from an alternate universe (Earth 2) 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 launc...

    8 out of 8 found this review helpful.

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