Can the Justice League prevail against an unstoppable intergalactic machine with the power to bend time itself!? Until now, the Justice League has triumphed over every foe who has challenged them. This time, they face Brainiac, a super-intelligent invulnerable machine whose mad quest endangers all life in the galaxy. When Brainiac zaps Superman, Wonder Woman and Green Lantern to different places in time, the race is on for Batman and The Flash to re-assemble the Justice League! . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Ambrose C (nl) wrote: An old man , his walker - quest for new slippers in a city full of zombies . Phenomal animated film . Funny as hell.
Jeffrow R (gb) wrote: Never a dull moment, this movie provides an excellent blend of humor and edge-of-your-seat action/drama. I'm surprised I had never heard of this movie before a few weeks ago, and I'm glad I saw it.
Omar A (au) wrote: I had a crush on Lalaine a long time ago, this movie made me forget that I did.
MF J (us) wrote: Brilliantly directed by master Mamoru Oshii this film is striking visually and technically. although the storyline may be a little complex to follow, the film has an amazing cinematography and a score to die for. The characters are very well developed in this second chapter of the adventures of the Major and Batu. Definitely one of the most incredible cinematic experiences i have ever seen on a film screen. Amazing what animated films can achieve today.
Margrethe J (fr) wrote: En kriminell snn som vender hjem til ei mor som spiller ddende/dd. Noe rar men bra.
Ellesse H (es) wrote: Probably saw it... but then again all these movies blend together.
Marisa R (jp) wrote: This is THE movie of my childhood. Much love.
Simon D (it) wrote: Hard-hitting and emotional.Watch it to learn about abusive relationships, social-services and the sheer desperation that some women live in.
Carlos M (jp) wrote: A delightful homage to exploitation films of the '70s, and it is especially amusing thanks to the way it mixes the visual elements of those movies with modern ones, but Tarantino gives in once again to his narcissistic self-indulgences in endless, tiresome exchanges of dialogue.
Daniel P (ag) wrote: Loose adaptation of James Franco's short story collection of the same name is beautifully edited and scored, and features strong performances, though the script is a little messy. A strong directorial debut.
Ca H (fr) wrote: It didn't quite match up to Means Girls, which it has been compared to, but it was still funny and pretty heart warming. It could still have been more subversive but Mae Whitman was superb and made all the brilliant moments. I read the book first, which was very different, but I can see why changes were made and the overall concept/message was brought to life.
Peter O (jp) wrote: Loved it! Can't say I liked the magazine much but the Yearbook was hysterical and I still remember lines from That's Not Funny, That's Sick.