Justice League: Doom
Justice League: Doom
- 1h 16m
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Featuring the voice talents of Nathan Fillion and Tim Daly, Justice League: Doom is based on Mark Waid's much-heralded JLA: Tower of Babel. When Vandal Savage discovers Batman's contingency plan to defeat the Justice League should any of them go rogue, he steals it and learns the secret weakness of each superhero. Savage then forms his own army of supervillains and begins taking out the Justice League one by one. His ultimate plan is to exterminate the greater part of the human population and start a new civilization. With the priceless knowledge of how to defeat the Justice League, Bane exhumes Batman's parents, exploiting the hero's emotions to distract him long enough to gain the upper hand. Cheetah attacks Wonder Woman, implanting microscopic machines that take control of her visual and auditory senses, forcing her to fight everyone she encounters.
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Common Sense Says
Great teamwork in otherwise violent superhero adventure.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Justice League: Doom is part of a series of animated superhero movies released direct-to-video, which, like the others in this series, are too violent for younger kids but have some worthwhile messages for teens. This installment features seven well-known DC Comics superheroes -- including Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, and Green Lantern -- teaming up against a new team of supervillains. The element of teamwork is strong, as the heroes each use their best attributes to overcome a huge challenge. Fantasy violence is strong, with almost-constant fighting throughout the story; the fighting ranges from punching and pummeling to fantasy-type weapons use and explosions. Each character must also deal with a psychologically intense (sometimes violent or deadly) situation. There's some minor flirting and language, but violence is the key issue. However, the strong teamwork displayed in this story -- as well as other complex issues -- will give teens something to think about.
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- Genre:Sci-Fi, Action
- Release Date:February 28, 2012
- Audio Format:5.1
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