Justice League: The New Frontier

Justice League: The New Frontier

The human race is threatened by a powerful creature, and only the combined power of Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, Martian Manhunter and The Flash can stop it. But can they overcome their differences to thwart this enemy using the combined strength of their newly formed Justice League?

In the 1950s, a new generation of superheroes including Superman, Batman (Jeremy Sisto), Wonder Woman, the Green Lantern (David Boreanaz), the Flash (Neil Patrick Harris) and others must form an alliance to battle evil. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Justice League: The New Frontier torrent reviews

Nathan A (ca) wrote: There are a few positives to this film, which are: the story is pretty good, the story progression is great, the CGI is good, the action is well done and the film is very suspenseful and creepy. My point of the story being good should be prefaced by saying for being a slasher flick this has a surprisingly good story, instead of just people being murdered it's people being murdered with an intriguing storyline (not extremely intriguing but enough so I was interested the entire time). For an indie film the CGI is fantastic and even though the low-budget shows in places the majority of the film is visually brilliant; for the few action scenes that there are done very well and the gore is mostly realistic and shocking. Another positive in this film is the suspense that is built up by the film's direction which means that when the scary moments happen it is all the more horrifying, the film is also very creepy which is mostly due to Jason Momoa's great performance in the film. The majority of problems I have with the film stem from the fact this is a low-budget sci-fi horror film so the majority can be discounted, however one flaw is quite obvious which is that the acting in the film isn't great and in some cases awful. Thankfully the majority of the cast have decent enough acting skills for the film to still be thoroughly enjoyable, however the bad acting is definitely worth pointing out.

Reno V (fr) wrote: "THE RETURN TO VICTOR CROWLEY'S SWAMP" - 'Hatchet 3' is a 2013 slasher film written by Adam Green (Hatchet saga, Frozen) and directed by BJ McDonnell. Logically, it forms the third installment in the gruesome 'Hatchet'-franchise, starring the deformed serial killer Victor Crowley. The series is known for its explicit gore and violence. I must say I've enjoyed this movie more than the second one. The story takes of where the previous one had ended and shows a final confrontation between Victor Crowley and Marybeth Dunston. Reappearing cast members are Kane Hodder (Hatchet, Friday the 13th films) and Danielle Harris (Halloween franchise, Urban Legend). Added to the cast are Zach Galligan (Gremlins films) and Caroline Williams (The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2, Leprechaun 3). And cameo's from legendary Sid Haig (House of a 1000 Corpses, Foxy Brown) and Joel David Moore (Hatchet, Avatar). Some Legends Never Die...It had been a peaceful day in the Jefferson Parish Police Station after the Mardi Grass Festival, when suddenly a blood-soaked Marybeth Dunston (Harris) walks in, carrying a rifle and a piece of human head. She surrenders to Sheriff Fowler (Galligan) and tells him about the two massacres by local legend Victor Crowley (Hodder) that took place at Honey Island Swamp. While the police heads to the swamp to investigate, Marybeth is placed in a cell where she is visited by Fowler's ex-wife Amada (Williams), who is a journalist and Victor Crowley expert. The woman claims that the terror of the mutilated killer will never be over, unless he gets what he wants: his father's ashes. Together they go and seek Victor's only living relative, the crazy Abbott McMullen (Haig).

Karsh D (jp) wrote: a medical graduate starts work at a cruel and disturbing mental asylum.

FilmGrinder S (jp) wrote: 79% Pleasantly suprized. High score for sheer stlye.

Bla B (mx) wrote: I don't know too many people who have seen this movie. I thought it was great! This is the closest I come to a superman movie. I like the monster and I like how they can control him.

Mark D (ca) wrote: Another excellent Giallo, with which the death scenes excell and the Agatha Christie/ Holmes ending really is the cherry on the cake. Must see for fans of the genre.

Brendan R (au) wrote: A good story about the good things of Christmas and how Santa came to be, but not as good as some of the other similarly animated Christmas stories.

Allan C (de) wrote: Roger Corman rarely delivers a dud, but the one is pretty close. Shelley Winters, who I've never liked all that much or ever really understood how she got into so many films, play Ma Barker who leads her unpleasant brood (Don Stroud, Pat Hingle, Bruce Dern, Robert De Niro) on a crime spree in the depression era dust bowl. It's far cry from Arthur Penn's "Bonnie and Clyde" or even John Milius' "Dillinger". It's watchable, but good performances can't overcome a mess of a script. Like most of Corman's film, it's scrappy, fast paced and visually engaging. However, this film feels like an amateurish mix of trying to mix lowbrow action and an overreaching as a psychological character study. Scatman Crothers also appears in the film.

Garrett C (jp) wrote: Incredible writing and astounding performances. A thoroughly gripping film.

Matthew H (jp) wrote: Open Season is the average annoying kids movie with animals that talk. I found it to be one of those animated movies where all of the character motivations are ones you don't like, and it's one of those movies that you keep checking your watch to see when it will end.

Brendan W (es) wrote: Excellent film with great performances from its leads and very strong supporting ones from Ledger and Boyle as well. This is a film that doesn't simply follow a predictable plot structure and it unfolds in a believable manner according to the characters that inhabit the world of the film.

Trent G (gb) wrote: Too many secrets.Such a classic spy/sleuth/espionage film that's funny, smart, and suspenseful. Great performances by the whole cast!

Pete S (ru) wrote: Sadly, I can see why this never made it to theaters. A strong cast is given hardly anything to do with a flimsy storyline and lax execution.