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Plot: In an alternate universe, very different versions of DC's Trinity (Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman), who operate outside of the law, are framed for murders of prominent scientist and the government decides to take them out. Runtime: 76 mins Release Date: 28 Jul 2015
A return to form for DC animation (by shaswatdgr8)
For the past two years, DC's Original Animated Movie lineup was a bit shaky in terms of quality, unlike the 6 years preceding it. Going in, even with Bruce Timm a legend in American animation returning, my hopes were not high. I had read the prequel comic series, and I found it entertaining but unnecessarily dark and feared that the movie would suffer from the same flaw. However, I was pleasantly surprised by the movie. It exceeded all my expectations and then some.The movie showcases an alternate DC universe, which has a darker Justice League who investigate the mystery of some missing <more>
scientists. The fallacy of many parallel earth stories are that they do a tacked-on comparison with the originals. Gods and Monsters does it in such a way that is to be applauded with neat hints to Ray Palmer's shrinking technology, the treaty between Apokolips and New Genesis which really gives us a feel to the new universe that is being created here. The story is really great, with focus being on this world's Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman, and a last minute twist that no one could have predicted, yet is very faithful to the source material, a silent nod to some relatively recent comic series, such as "52" and "Prelude to Trinity War". The morals of these characters are not black-and-white, which makes it harder to root for them.The characterization is top-notch, especially with Lex Luthor, Will Magnus and Batman voiced by the amazing Michael C. Hall, famous for Dexter, who really steals the show . On that note, the voice acting in this one is brilliant, with the exception of Lex Luthor, who seemed a little off to me. The fight scenes are brutal and epic on a grand scale, however, the little moments, such as the revelation of Bekka's tragic past and Kirk's college flashbacks' are the real highlights of the movie. Even in the short span of 60 minutes, it makes you care deeply for these characters, despite their fallacies.Overall, Gods and Monsters is a great alternate take on the DC Universe, which can be enjoyed by fans, especially since it is laden with easter eggs, and newcomers alike, because of it's accessibility. With great voice acting, excellent animation and a compelling story, it is a must watch for any Justice League fan.
I love the Dc movies i haven't missed one in years but lately for every great movie they make they make three or four horrible ones. Crisis on two earths, under the red hood, flash point paradox were breath taking. But as far as the justice league war and the son of batman series goes. They are horrible its like you wait the whole movie for the other shoe to drop. But not this one the start was no where near strong but i warmed up to it. Gods and monsters definitely could have been better and didn't explain somethings like i would like it to. But was still a god send after i sat <more>
through DC's throne of Atlantis. At least in this movie it is made believable as to why this version of superman is getting his butt kicked. This awesome story with this all star cast was like peanut butter and jelly they where made for each other. The dude that did Dexter was born to voice this version of batman. I think if DC keeps along this track they will hopefully quit putting out movies with god awful writing like son of batman.
Expertly handled alternate universe League. (by Animany94)
This was one hell of an awesome addition to the DCAU. The story of DC's Trinity of Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman whose means of operating on earth is brutal and don't shy away from killing their enemies are packed with multi-layered characters and retells their origins in an engaging and sticks with you.The animation was amazing set in the style of the mid 2000's Justice League/Unlimited and is definitely my preferred visual style of the DC animated movies.Don't think twice about watching, because this is as close as can get to a must-watch for fans of the League even <more>
Writers seem to love alternate universe type shows which allow them the creative flexibility to play with the mindsets and motivations of our beloved character as well as kill characters off with impunity knowing that they will rise again once everything is "reset". These type shows have been executed with varying degrees of success. "The Flashpoint Paradox" is an example of doing this well. "Gods and Monsters" follows in its footsteps as an example of a well executed parallel universe movie.The characters are fleshed out enough for us to become attached without <more>
going into so much "origin" as to affect the pacing of the episode or to ruin the opportunity for future exploration of the characters. The show is violent but the violence is not gratuitous as there is purpose to it in the movie. That being said I would not show this to very young children. The ultimate gauge of how well this type of shows succeeds is whether or not we want to return to this reality to see what happens next after the final credits roll. It can also be judged by how well it stacks up against the "normal" reality as in the TV show "Fringe" which created an alternate setup which became at times more engaging than the "normal" reality."Gods and Monsters" does this successfully and I hope we can revisit this alternate universe sometime in the future with subsequent installments. A few caveats: If you don't like liberties taken with your characters or your idea of an "alternate" universe is that Flash's lightning bolt is green instead of yellow, but that he is fundamentally the same character and/or will come around to being the same character you are used to then this is not the show for you. If you can let go of some of your preconceptions about the characters then you will find this an enjoyable excursion.
One of the best DC Universe Animated Original Movies so far. (by valdezlopez)
I was planning on seeing this anyway, as I've seen all DC Universe Animated Original Movies films up to now.I learned about this new take on Batman, WonderWoman and Superman and thought, okay, alright, let's see where this goes to.Then learned Bruce Timm and Alan Burnett where behind it, and it only increased my interest in it.Saw the trailer, and thought, this actually looks good.But I've been fooled before with DC Animated films. To be honest, even though I'll keep on watching every single one that they churn out, most of them are really bad, underperforming either in <more>
narrative or character design. In other words, they're boring or predictable.For me, BATMAN: MASK OF THE PHANTASM is way up there, while JUSTICE LEAGUE: THRONE OF ATLANTIS or JUSTICE LEAGUE: WAR are pretty much at the bottom.So back to JUSTICE LEAGUE: GODS AND MONSTERS. I just finished watching it. Compared to the more recent DC-WB Animated films I've seen... What a fun, smart, fast-paced, violent not for younger audiences movie this is.Hope the rest of WB Animation takes a note, and even though they can't all be for an older audience not as violent , hope they do keep the fast-paced and intelligent narrative.I really enjoyed it.
To say that I've become disenfranchised by the DC Animated films would be a bit of an understatement. Ever since Justice League: War, they've just been a mess. There was the one bright spot of Assault on Arkham but otherwise they've just been dull action movies that don't do the characters justice. Thank goodness WB brought back Bruce Timm, who was one of the primary creative forces behind the Batman and Justice League animated series that kicked off DC animated projects being good in the first place. The result is the best DC animated film since New Frontier.Gods and Monsters <more>
can be said to be the first true Elseworlds story that's been done in animation. Sure there's been some parallel world stuff Crisis on Two Earths and plenty of out of continuity stand alones like the aforementioned New Frontier but they've still kept the characters pretty close to the standard versions we all know. None have really tried to craft a completely new vision of what these characters are, and that's what this story does. It makes the wise choice of having different characters taking on the mantles of Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman rather than actually trying to muck about with Clark, Bruce or Diana. Instead Superman is the son of Zod, Batman is Kirk Langstrom better known as the Man-Bat in the main DC universe and Wonder Woman is one of the New Gods such as High Father and Darkseid. Their backstories are explored just enough to give a good picture of these versions without ever bogging down the narrative itself.Like any good Elseworlds story, this is an "all bets are off" take where any prior knowledge of the main DC universe can add some weight when characters like Victor Fries or Dr. Sivanna get name dropped, but nobody is exactly the same as their standard representation. All of the voice work is solid, and each of the primary characters and even some of the secondary ones are given the chance to stretch a little and show some dimension.The action is also a huge step up from what we've gotten lately. Most of the DCAU films based on the New 52 continuity have had well done yet rather mundane action sequences. The problem is that those films are trying for a more realistic version of fights, which isn't what animation is good for. Animation is good for over the top stuff that couldn't be replicated by just two actors and a fight choreographer, and that over the top stuff is what we get here.I don't think I can recommend this highly enough for anybody who has found the recent output of DC animated films to be sorely lacking. This is a return to form, it's a top notch story, it's a fun and engrossing new take on characters and it's the kind of thing I hope we see more of in the future.
Can Stand Alongside Some of the Other Best DC Animated FIlms (by DoubleOscar)
I was hesitant about what Gods and Monsters would bring to the table. I was hoping it put DC animated movies back on track after some mediocre entries like Throne of Atlantis. And I'm delighted to announce that DC is back. Gods and Monsters is another great entry in DC's animated film catalog that can stand alongside some of the greats like Under the Red Hood or Flashpoint Paradox.The story has an interesting premise. We see three of the founding members of the Justice League in this Elseworld story where the Justice League is more brutal and morally gray which makes the government <more>
feel threatened. Batman, Superman, and Wonder Woman are center stage and each have a newer origin story which help flesh out the characters more. The origin stories blend nicely with the rest of the story and add certain emotion when necessary. Lastly, as usual, there is a threat that affects the entire world except this time the threat is framing the Justice League and causing it to be feared even more by the government than they already are. Along the way, there are some nice twists and turns which help the viewer stay engaged.The voice acting is top notch and was a nice and refreshing change from the usual Kevin Conroy and Tim Daly. As much as I love them, it was great to hear some new voices.Overall, this Elseworld story is a fantastic addition to the DC Animated Universe and is a clever spin on what could be a normal Justice League movie. The darker and grittier tone allowed the film to fully develop this newer Justice League to their full potential and just made the film more intriguing in general. Definitely check this one out."Someone once asked if I wanted to save the world or rule it. Today it's going to be hard to tell the difference"
A good superhero flick with a darker tone (by vensun)
A good twist on the old formula After watching DCs newest animated film I have to say i am impressed. They took the well know characters of Batman, Wonder Woman and superman, and they changed it just a bit, which resulted in a lo more dark and gritty justice league. The characters are well thought of, not acting based on clichés, and the voice acting is really good. The story is good but based on the 3 pre-released short on you tube I was - expecting even more, especially after watching super-mans short with Braniac, which is genius. The twist of the story is a bit expected, and quite <more>
similar to the standard Justice lord story arc, but that was good, so fits here as well. I recommend watching it to all comic lover except to those who hate when the lore of the comics changed if you hated iron man 3 because of the Mandarin don't watch it
New characters, a new universe, leaves you wanting more!!!! (by piratepeteshow)
Justice League Gods and Monsters. I'm always excited when a new DC animated movie comes out. Here are my thoughts with Possible SPOILERS but none that involve the story. The film opens on Krypton Supermans home world we quickly learn this film is going to take place in a different universe. We get to see this universe of The Justice League who still fight crime but in a very different Killing way. the people of Earth have mixed feelings on them if they are good or bad, Gods or Monsters. we are left guessing and thinking that very question.Superman who is Zods son, had a similar <more>
upbringing to that of Clark. He is the strongest being on Earth, he KNOWS at any point he can take over the Earth if he wants to. He still fights crime, works for the president but does what he wants. kills BAD guys with no remorse. Believes it is for the good of the people and Earth. Wonder women's back story is very different and her people. we see apocalypses world and WonderWomen falling in love. Her world is a fantastic fantasy world with music fit for this fantasy world. She is now on Earth running from her past and has joined the Justice League. Batman who is not Bruce Wayne but Kirk Langstrom, still behaves like our batman, creeping through the night and a detective and scientist. But he is a Vampire with vampire strength and a first for blood, and has no remorse if he kills bad guys. I really enjoyed the story. It left me guessing who is bad, who will die, and getting to see these very different characters. For these reasons I enjoyed the film more and more as it progressed. The character designs were good, I liked Supermans character and his look the most. his costume was toned down with the S on his belt. I wasn't a fan of Batmans costume, but enjoyed his character.The voice acting was strong, it pulled me more into the story. Not one character we see felt like dead weight. The fight scenes had everything, sword fights, stealth and close combat. Buildings and grounds destroyed and lots of Blood and deaths. The music and sound FX brought the whole film to life. Each character had there own music. Wonder Women had a more fantasy music. Superman's music was more, batlleand out of this world type of music. batmans was the typical music, that fits so well for his character. The sound effects felt solid, each laser shots or punches and sword fights, blade hitting blade and supermans sound as he fly, was done really well and perfect.DC has had lots of hits and sometimes misses with there films, and this is definitely a HIT. It was a pleasing change. I liked the story, and I began to like the characters By the halfway point, especially superman. So much so that I would love to see more of this superman. I want to watch the film again. DC have planed an animated series based on this Universe coming out soon, and season 2 has already been green lit, with a possible sequel film down the line.This film gets a 8/10 Anynegative comments are by people who don't like change, they want the same characters over and over. Don't let that fool you, I recommend you see this film