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Justice League: Gods & Monsters
- 1h 12m
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Executive produced and written by comic book industry icon and Emmy Award® winner Bruce Timm (Batman: The Animated Series, Justice League: The New Frontier, Batman Beyond, animated Superman), produced and written by revered multiple Emmy Award® winner Alan Burnett (Batman: The Animated Series, Batman Beyond, The Batman, animated Superman) and directed by Daytime Emmy Award® winner Sam Liu (The Batman, Beware the Batman, Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths, All-Star Superman), this thrilling animated feature explores a newly conceived reality in the DC animated universe in which Justice League members Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman and others exist as much darker versions of the superheroes that people think they know.
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Common Sense Says
Engaging noir tale is dark and violent; some cursing, nudity
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Justice League: Gods and Monsters is a 2015 movie that is a more "noir" story featuring the well-known superheroes Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman. These aren't the pure-hearted superheroes many parents grew up with in the cartoons and on the TV shows of their youth; rather, in this version, the superheroes are conflicted and wrestling with inner demons as well as larger external issues such as unchecked power and whether or not the ends justify the means in fighting crime. There is constant violence -- battle scenes, shootings, explosions, neck bites by demonic monsters, and, in one instance, a death via a sword through the chest. These superheroes curse ("s--t," "bastard," "bitch") and display a cynical attitude toward the world around them. Some innuendo. A woman is described as being "orgasmic" over receiving some news. Wonder Woman wears a revealing top that barely covers her breasts. A female android is fully nude, and her breasts are visible. For those who enjoy the darker side of these superheroes, this movie is very enjoyable; it even puts new twists on the origin stories. For families looking for more lighthearted fare, this is not the best choice.
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- Genre:Kids, Animation, Adventure, Franchise, Action
- Release Date:January 1, 2015
- Highest Available for Purchase:HD