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Justice League vs. the Fatal Five (2019)

Justice League vs. the Fatal Five (2019)

Elyes GabelDiane GuerreroKevin ConroySusan Eisenberg
Sam Liu


Justice League vs. the Fatal Five (2019) is a English movie. Sam Liu has directed this movie. Elyes Gabel,Diane Guerrero,Kevin Conroy,Susan Eisenberg are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2019. Justice League vs. the Fatal Five (2019) is considered one of the best Animation,Action,Fantasy,Sci-Fi movie in India and around the world.

The Justice League battles the Fatal Five, (Tharok, Emerald Empress, Validus, Mano and the Persuader). Based on the characters created by Jim Shooter.

Justice League vs. the Fatal Five (2019) Reviews

  • Nostalgic train ride


    Plot writing was great. For those who's not familiar with the animated series,you still gonna enjoy it. This movie include three new main character which is very likeable and feel connected to audience. This movie is more to PG13 style so don't expect it to be another episode from the animated series. The animation was great. Bruce Timm's animation style still flawless after all these years. Overall, it's a great and enjoyable DC animated movie

  • A continuation of fatal five episode in the JLU


    Only real JLU and DCAU fans will appreciate this movie. This will bring you a lot of nostalgia it even has the old music score from the JLU. This movie felt more like a JLU episode than an actual movie . The only thing i wanted more in this movie was the original 7 members of the JLU sure batman wonder woman and superman were great but it needed john stewart GL , martian manhunter, the flash , hawkgirl. Thank you bruce timm for making this for the JLU fans and i hope there will be another one like this . Maybe a contiuation of the epilogue episode with batman beyond terry mcginnis would be great too

  • An unsatisfying origin story


    Unlike its recent days predecessor movies of the DCAU, this movie appears more related to the Justice League series of our childhood. If that movie came out in their era, no doubt it would be a satisfying feature-length film. Being produced in a time post the Doomsday film, its criticism might seem more harsh. *** Then on, potential spoilers ahead *** CHARACTERS: Let's face it, though the title of this movie is "Justice League vs the Fatal Five", its main role was to introduce Jessica Cruz as part of the Green Lantern Corps. As such, using the JL in this plot only served to make them a reference for her power and shies the attention away from her. Star-Boy was really a useless character after-all, lame, no real lessons to take from. The story of his ring wasn't really clarified either and his obsession over Limelight really didn't live up to the expectation. Jessica Cruz had poor character development and follows the standard evolution of any new hero: Being afraid, then needing to overcome their fear, then messing up, and finally becoming a hero. Though this can sometimes be well plotted, her character was poorly scripted to be admired as more than 90% of the movie she's just terrified and all over the place. The Fatal Five were unfortunately the most unappealing villains to ever reach the animated screen. Their superpowers seemed too imaginative and not well elaborated. Their plan as well was too short-sighted and rash. PLOT: As mentioned earlier, the plot pertaining to Jessica Cruz/Limelight's development was pretty cliché and uninteresting. With regards to the entire movie, the plot was similarly lame: rarely were we excited to see what happens next and whenever a building or mountain or planet collapsed (and yes there were many of these), the heroes just happen to miss the debris and walk out untouched and minimally injured. ANIMATION: The animation was JL animated series style. Though my personal preference has evolved to the current DCAU style, I will not hold any bad marks on this. It remains satisfying and the PG13 counterpart of nowadays' DC animated films. *** End of Spoilers *** SUMMARY: All in all, the movie is no doubt separate from the DCAU universe we have grown passionate of in recent years. Although the title and movie includes our most desired members of the JL (e.g. Wonder Woman, Batman and Superman), it is really far from being a JL movie. A more accurate title would probably be: "Jessica Cruz: First Flight."

  • Justice League vs. the Fatal Five: Saturday morning cartoon turned feature


    This one flew under the radar for me, I've only just learned of it's existence so there was no build up or excitement. It tells the story of villains from the future traveling through time for an unscrupulous plot and the Justice League stepping up to stop them. So basically what I'm trying to say is it's pretty generic stuff with absolutely no surprises. Wait that's not entirely true, it's full of very odd choices from the DC Universe. I mean seriously, a big character in this is Mr Terrific.............Mr..........Terrific! I understand them wanting to broaden peoples horizons but this seems like a weird way of doing it. Animated in the kiddie friendly Saturday morning style it's basically exactly that. A tad more violent and with one single expletive that isn't enough to separate it from what you'd see during kiddie time on the weekend. It's essentially like a 2 parter episode, and not a very interesting one at that. Sure this isn't the worst, in fact it's not even the worst they've made lately but that's pretty much because they played it safe and made something so generic it's hard to call it bad. Watchable for big animated DC fans but nothing to rush to see. The Good: Meh The Bad: Stock scream Interesting choice of characters Generic, cliched, did I mention generic?

  • Bruce Timmverse is still flawless


    DC had some bad cartoons lately, such as "Batman Ninja", "The Killing Joke", "Batman and Harley Quinn" and "Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay". The DC animated universe is what made me like Batman and Superman in the first place. These iconic characters are so well defined in those cartoons, that makes most (if not all) live action movies pale in storytelling. 25 years after Batman the animated series, we still get interesting stories full of action, new character introductions and character build. I remember not liking the simplistic art style back then, but I ended up loving it. This movie gives you a glimpse of the far future of the JLA and shows a new hero overcoming a trauma event, self sacrifice for the greater good, what is to be a hero and actually gets very emotional near the end. The villains had a pretty solid plan which is rare in superhero movies. Usually when time travel is involved you can simply say "I will go to a previous time and fix everything". But here the villains would have destroyed everything in the future, so, I'm glad there is no loophole in the movie's logic. The villains also remind me of a stronger Avangers team, since they have a Hulk that shoots lasers and a Thor with an axe that cuts everything in half. There is only one thing I didn't like. I wanted to know more of the villains' arc and motivations, but when an animated movie is 1.5h long, you know they only had so much time to present backstories. This is one of the best examples of DC's animated movies. I hope they never stop making such good movies.


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