#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – In an alternate universe, Superman is the son of Zod and was raised by a caring couple of Mexican immigrants living in harsh conditions, Batman is a young vampiric doctor, Kirk Langstrom, obsessed with an everlasting search for a cure for his disease and Wonder Woman is Bekka, the widowed queen of the world of Darkside. The three antiheroes unite and create the Justice League, despite wheelchair-bound Lex Luthor and others’ protests. They operate often outside of the law and often kill the villains, but the US government tolerates them and works with them to an extent, since the three are willing to cooperate with the authorities and they never kill civilians. However, the all out paranoia and protests against their methods and untouchable position are growing. Things take a turn for the worse, when they are framed for a series of murders of famous scientists, who work for the government, and President Amanda Waller orders their arrest. They decide to violently resist arrest at all cost, until they can find the real culprits themselves.
Plot: In an alternate universe, very different versions of DC’s Trinity fight against the government after they are framed for an embassy bombing.
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An excellent addition to the DC lineup
Writers seem to love alternate universe type shows which allow them the creative flexibility to play with the mindsets and motivations of our beloved character as well as kill characters off with impunity knowing that they will rise again once everything is “reset”. These type shows have been executed with varying degrees of success. “The Flashpoint Paradox” is an example of doing this well. “Gods and Monsters” follows in its footsteps as an example of a well executed parallel universe movie.
The characters are fleshed out enough for us to become attached without going into so much “origin” as to affect the pacing of the episode or to ruin the opportunity for future exploration of the characters. The show is violent but the violence is not gratuitous as there is purpose to it in the movie. That being said I would not show this to very young children. The ultimate gauge of how well this type of shows succeeds is whether or not we want to return to this reality to see what happens next after the final credits roll. It can also be judged by how well it stacks up against the “normal” reality as in the TV show “Fringe” which created an alternate setup which became at times more engaging than the “normal” reality.
“Gods and Monsters” does this successfully and I hope we can revisit this alternate universe sometime in the future with subsequent installments. A few caveats: If you don’t like liberties taken with your characters or your idea of an “alternate” universe is that Flash’s lightning bolt is green instead of yellow, but that he is fundamentally the same character and/or will come around to being the same character you are used to then this is not the show for you. If you can let go of some of your preconceptions about the characters then you will find this an enjoyable excursion.
Not quite godly, far from monstrous
Love animation and have really enjoyed to loved many superhero films, animated and live-action. Of the DC animated films, there are some good ones out there as well as some disappointments and ones that fall in between.
Although the very different portrayal of the Justice League characters will take a lot of getting used to, their personalities and back-stories changed beyond recognition for die-hard fans struggling with the concept, the alternate universe concept was a very interesting one and mostly the execution was very good, its best elements great. ‘Justice League: Gods and Monsters’ is one of those divisive films, purists are likely to not care for it but those who have been disappointed by general DC animated standards (which to me has been variable) they will be rewarded.
‘Justice League: Gods and Monsters’, like a good deal of DC animated films, could have been better with a longer length by about 10-15 minutes or so and the pace slowed down. The ending in particular felt rushed and didn’t seem developed enough.
Having said that, ‘Justice League: Gods and Monsters’ has better story and characterisation execution than most DC animated films that needed to be longer and not as hasty. The story is one of the darkest and grittiest of any DC animated film and all the better for it because to me that’s the right approach to take.
It’s also very gripping, makes the most of its concept without being too simple or confusing and gives the characters interesting stories, especially Wonder Woman. The characters are intriguingly handled and with intense and potent character interaction, though there could have been more of a few of them (i.e. Lex Luthor). The action is violent and exciting, though perhaps there could have been more of it.
‘Justice League: Gods and Monsters’ is very good, often great. There are some very nice detailed backgrounds, the characters are designed well and the colours are dynamic and atmospheric. The music is both haunting and rousing, a good fit for the film’s mood.
Writing is far from simplistic or childish and the voice acting is impressive, Michael C. Hall being brilliant while Benjamin Bratt is one of the better voices for Superman of the DC animated films and others show that with good material they can act (C. Thomas Howell).
Concluding, ‘Justice League: Gods and Monsters’ may not be quite godly but it is far from monstrous, closer to the former than the latter. 8/10 Bethany Cox
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 16 min (76 min)
Genre Animation, Action, Adventure, Fantasy, Sci-Fi
Director Sam Liu
Writer Alan Burnett (story), Bruce Timm (story), Alan Burnett (screenplay), Bob Kane (character created by: Batman), William Moulton Marston (character created by: Wonder Woman), Jerry Siegel (character created by: Superman), Joe Shuster (character created by: Superman), John Ostrander (character created by: Amanda Waller), John Byrne (character created by: Amanda Waller), Marv Wolfman (character created by: Emil Hamilton), Jerry Ordway (character created by: Emil Hamilton), Louise Simonson (character created by: John Henry Irons), Jon Bogdanove (character created by: John Henry Irons), Bob Rozakis (character created by: Karen Beecher), Jose Delbo (character created by: Karen Beecher), Neal Adams (character created by: Kirk Langstrom), Jack Kirby (characters created by: New Gods), Gardner Fox (character created by: Ray Palmer), Marv Wolfman (character created by: Silas Stone), George Pérez (character created by: Silas Stone)
Actors Benjamin Bratt, Michael C. Hall, Tamara Taylor, Paget Brewster
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