Justice League: The New Frontier
Justice League: The New Frontier

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In the 1950s, a new generation of superheroes must join forces with the community's active veterans and a hostile US government to fight a menace to Earth.... (Full plot summary below)

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In the 1950s, a new generation of superheroes must join forces with the community's active veterans and a hostile US government to fight a menace to Earth.

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7M Pictures - 8/10 by Kevin Carra joy for an old-school comic book fan, and hopefully a view of some awesome things to come.
User Review - 10/10 by Eric DJust simply Amazing. Barry Allen voiced by NPH just perfect casting. Great animated movie to watch
User Review - 10/10 by Ashley HWhat a great come back for Warner Brothes Animation when remembering that their last animated film was Superman: Doomsday(2006). This action packed PG-13 animated film is exceptionally faithful to the novel of the same name. During first viewing I felt very overwhelmed, but impressed by the animation and voice acting. Each character in the film is given a great amount of screen time and the story is well told. Many subplots were left on the cutting room floor and it is sad to know that another 20 minutes could have been put into this film and it wouldn't have hurt the film. But we do get references to the subplots that are taken out(Dinosaur Island, disbanding of the JSA, etc). While the animation was extremely impressive, the voice acting was the most impressive. Andrea Romano who has been voice casting for the DC Aninmated world since 1991 has managed to not only get a great array of A-List actors, but has managed to ease the transition between the DCAU voices to a new era of voices(something Superman: Doomsday failed to do). First we got David Boreanaz(Buffy The Vampire Slayer, Angel, Bones)as the voice of Hal Jordan/The Green Lantern. Boreanaz manages to capture the essence of Hal Jordan's determination to keep the world safe, even without powers(he doesn't really embrace his powers until near the end). Neil Patrick Harris(Doogie Howser MD, Spider-Man: The Animated Series)comes in as Barry Allen/The Flash. This portrayal is one that could have gone ad went, but Harris manages to keep you interested in his voice. The character of The Flash is shown little in this film, but he does play a big part later on. Lucy Lawless(Hercules The Legendary Journeys, Xena Warrior Princess)plays the Amazon Princess Wonder Woman and she does so in her typical Xena-like way. She would definitely be a shoe in to play a live action version too, here's hoping. Kyle MacLachlan(Grand Theft Auto 3, The Flinstones) flies in as Superman and also does a terrific job. George Newbern and Tim Daly have also done a great job voice acting this role and its great to see a continuing trend in this character getting the proper voice acting treatment. Jeremy Sisto(Hideaway, Clueless) manages to do something no one, including myself thought anyone can do; do as good a job of voice acting Batman as Kevin Conroy. Man was his portrayal just awesome. His little screen time makes you wish there was a whole film with Sisto as Batman. Finally(in the JLA)we have Miguel Ferrer(Superman The Animated Series, Justice League of America)as the voice of J'onn J'onnz/Martian Manhunter. I must say I actually liked him better than the Phil Lamarr version. The innocence of his character is greatly shown here. All he wants at first is to find a way home, than to just be accepted. Other voice actors do join in and help to provide the voices of one of my favorite animated DC films ever. I dfinitely recommend this film to anyone, even those who have not read the great novel this is based off of. 9 out of 10
User Review - 10/10 by Donnie MA visually stunning film that throws back to a golden era. I really found no flaw with this movie. It was well written, well acted, well directed! Everything about it was perfect!
User Review - 10/10 by Simeon MHands down my favorite animated straight to DVD/Blu-Ray film of all time.
User Review - 10/10 by Yasumine Mloved it thank u everton that i got to c dis
User Review - 10/10 by Samitha BI love this movie so much, it's honestly the greatest adaptation of a comic book. It's one of my favorite comic series and exceeded all of my expectations, it even added great sub plots to the story. Almost every aspect of the movie was perfect and flawless
User Review - 10/10 by Zaigham ZBest of the popular animated JLA adventures has plenty of high-octane action for the youngsters, but also makes the bold choice of setting its story in the height of the cold war, adding an intriguing dimension for the target audience's dads. Most of the DC cartoons take place in either a high-tech sci-fi future or an anachronistic film noir throw-back, while this entry takes place in an actual historical period, President Kennedy's lost New Frontier. Great retro-style animation, design and music.
User Review - 10/10 by Geoff TAs far as animated original movies go, 'Justice League The New Frontier' tops my list. It's rare that we see movies, let alone animated movies rise to the challenge of illuminating morals, raising ideas, backing patriotism, and pushing the boundaries of a cartoon like this film does. ~Minor spoilers used~ Prequels for big named series like Justice League tend to fall short when not done correctly. Many times we see big names attempt to go back into a series in order to make more money, or in order to again beat into our heads the importance of that particular item. Unlike a majority of prequels out there, 'Justice League The New Frontier' does not feel like just another prequel bent on making a few more bucks until they think of something new (in this case Young Justice League). 'TNF' takes a dramatic turn from the traditional feel, flow, representation, sequence, and overall atmosphere of a usual Justice League featurette. 'TNF' looks very different than our traditional view of a comic book show, movie, clip, whatever. While we go back to before there was a Justice League, the film also goes back and looks much older, but not in a way that would compromise the integrity, the feeling, or the look of the movie. Knowing that it is a prequel makes the look of the movie add a whole new dimension to the viewing experience. We also see a much different approach to presenting this movie compared to others. As if piecing together the Justice League we all know and love, this movie takes on one character at a time developing, perfecting, setting the stage for the Justice League and then moving onto the rest of the plot. It's a much different feel when we look at just Flash, and then just Wonder Woman instead of flying through a whole movie not really emotionally connecting to the characters. On the note of representation we see our characters actually heavily tied into the world in which they live. By saying this I mean the setting in which the movie takes place is not created to better fit the Justice League; rather the Justice League with all of their uniqueness somehow blends with the real world as it was. For an animated movie to be able to do that is a check plus in my book. And like almost every other Justice League movie out there, the voice actors are beyond amazing, something I know I beat into every single one of my Justice League reviews. I absolutely recommend anyone, Justice League fan, animated movie fan, comic book fan, super hero fan or not to watch it. The film is border line revolutionary and for a comic book movie really makes you sit back and think about your life in the context of the society you live in... and that's powerful. 5 Newly Formed Stars out of 5!
User Review - 10/10 by Brady PUnbelievably good. DC's best comic adaption yet. its like Watchmen for the mainstream DC heroes.

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