Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox
When time travel allows a past wrong to be righted for The Flash and his family, the ripples of the event prove disastrous as a fractured, alternate reality now exists where a Justice League never formed, and even Superman is nowhere to be found. Teaming with a grittier, more violent Dark Knight and Cyborg, Flash races to restore the continuity of his original timeline while this new world is ravaged by a fierce war between Wonder Woman's Amazons and Aquaman’s Atlanteans.
- Category:Sci-Fi, Action, Adventure, Animation
- Stars:Justin Chambers, C. Thomas Howell, Michael B. Jordan, Kevin McKidd, Dee Bradley Baker, Steve Blum, Kevin Conroy, Sam Daly, Dana Delany, Grey DeLisle, Cary Elwes, Nathan Fillion, Jennifer Hale, Danny Huston, Danny Jacobs,
- Director:Jay Oliva,
- Writer:James Krieg, Geoff Johns (comic book: "Flash: Flashpoint"), Andy Kubert (comic book: "Flash: Flashpoint"), Jerry Siegel (character created by: Superma
One day, Flash wake ups and realizes that the world he knew has changed completely. He is no longer super speed, Justice League never existed, Batman uses guns and kills criminals daily, Hal Jordan has never received the ring of Green Lantern, Supermans spaceship does not fall down Kents farm but falls down middle of the city and causes countless deaths, while he is arrested for experiment object by the government . And World War III is going on… . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox torrent reviews
(ca) wrote: Nostalgic & fun! I really enjoyed this film. Although there were spots where the Manchester accents forced me listen very hard, I was swept up by this story of teenage love, friendship and rock and roll. Elliott Tittensor was excellent as the likable lead with a moving back story. And Emilia Clarke, of course, was gorgeous in her ingenue role. The acting was strong across the board. Loved the music too! Brought me back to my younger days. The film is not-rated but I'd give it an R rating for abundance of F-bombs and expected references to drugs and sex.
(de) wrote: Medicore to poor acting.
(br) wrote: That this definitely happened in my childhood helped me love the movie even more. The brotherly rivalry and interaction is player to perfection (loved all the sneaking around). Brilliant!
(nl) wrote: Another solid entry in the series although somewhat predictable.
(ru) wrote: Freaking brilliant. nothign is out of place, the dialogue is amazing and hilarious. The story never ends, with tons of twists and surpizes. I simply loved it.
(ca) wrote: A difficult film in which the plight of two would be Palestinian suicide bombers are seen in an sympathetic light. Whilst the inentions of this pair are obviously abhorrent this is a well handled and thought provoking picture.
(it) wrote: An effective autobiography that benefits from Denzel Washington's strong direction and understanding along with some great cinematography, but often becomes emotionally bloated and nearly mishandles its subplots completely.
(ca) wrote: hmm i liked the first one we'll see
(jp) wrote: Um computador que deseja se tornar um ser humano arranja uma maneira de inseminar uma mulher humana. Horror com tema original.
(us) wrote: Naked Roman soldiers. Speaking in Latin. Splashing in water. Forget 300: never has martyrdom been so hot!
(br) wrote: good. about 3 czechs who are sent back home by the allied command to take out one of the german high command. don't recall seeing any of the actors in anything else
(gb) wrote: couillu ... une serie B au poil de yti ... ahhh yvette mimieux ... y a pas mieux !!
(br) wrote: Katherine Hepburn is a shining sun from beginning to end, giving away one of the finest female performances of the 30s in American cinema. Personally, I have always loathed the "family is money" motto and similar thinking; the characters in Alice Adams are not necessarily agreeing with that mentality, but rather see it as a way of surviving in a stupid society that ranks you according to your wealth and useless etiquette mannerisms and modals. Things haven't changed much since then.98/100