DC: Injustice [Movie Review] – This hashtag show

In its early days as a video game, DC’s Injustice became a hit. With his popularity growing, DC then decided to do an Injustice comic book series, and once again, this story of Superman descending into wickedness was a success. So after all of that the questions were, when will we get the movie and would it be a fan hit like the rest of the stories? Well, we finally got those answers last week thanks to the DC and Warner Bros. animated film Injustice.

Injustice – Did it live up to the hype?

So after all the wait, we finally got our animated film Injustice. But now the real question is, has Injustice done justice with this story? Well, we’ll get to that after talking a bit about this movie. The plot of the animated film Injustice was great. Superman (Justin Hartley), just finding out that Lois Lane (Laura Bailey) was pregnant was on top of the world. Well, that world was crushed when the Joker (Anson Mount) planned a series of attacks that would result in the murder of Lois Lane, sending Superman down a path not just for revenge, but down a path of villainy that most could see except him.

After Lois died, Superman decided he was going to end all violence on Earth. Superman insisted even to governments around the world, if you weren’t with him, you were against him! Wonder Woman, who could see the pain that Superman was teaming up with him to try to make the world a better place. Most of the Justice League, including Batman (Anson Mount), did not want to participate in this “dictatorship of peace” that Superman was creating.


Superman goes too far

Superman’s quest for peace will stop at nothing and after killing more people who haven’t honored Superman (I’ll let you see), Batman who has put together a team to stop him has finally had enough. This team would include Nightwing (Derek Phillips), Catwoman (Anika Noni Rose), Plastic Man (Oliver Hudson), Green Arrow (Reid Scott), and more, including a Batman villain who decided they wanted to be a hero. .

Superman’s team weren’t too bad either. This would include Wonder Woman (until she sees the truth), Cyborg (Brandon Micheal Hall), Hawkman, and a few other surprises. From there, I’ll let you watch the movie to get the rest of the story.


My minds

Writer Ernie Altbacker and co-writer Ian Rodgers did a great job preparing the story. We had some great charts, a hell of a script and a lot of action, what could go wrong? Well, one of the main issues was that this story was crammed into one movie and was really rushed. Injustice could have benefited as two parties like Batman: The Long Halloween. Plus, given that it was only one movie and was so busy, there was no time for character development. It’s a shame as it was sometimes difficult to grasp what was going on and also with some of the main characters that were added to the body count, there really was no emotion to go with it.


Now, when it comes to action and fighting scenes, if you’re a fan of blood and courage, this movie is for you. Fighting is big in Injustice and looks great in animated form. What makes them even better are the hero versus hero clashes. Another thing that made it all work together was the casting. The voice actors did a great job bringing the main characters to life. It’s a shame that we couldn’t have had more with the others due to the lack of character development, it certainly would have added more emotional impact to the fans.

In conclusion

Injustice just didn’t deliver the game or the comics to him. The story was overused and there was just too much crammed into one movie. In doing this, the writers failed to give us the character development we needed, and because of that, Injustice felt like it lacked that deep emotional touch to really draw you in more. Now don’t get me wrong the movie wasn’t frowned upon on the DC version of Marvel. Civil war was fun, and the action was intense. The actors are responsible for making this film go from mediocre to good. Unfortunately, due to lack of time, this film could not go from good to excellent.


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