Loc: Gotham City
Justice League: Doom
Good stuff. Some flaws though. The flaws are not with the voice-acting which is great, nor the methods used to take out the JLA, which actually work better in two cases than in the original story, those examples being Superman and Green Lantern's take downs.
Weirdly, my issue comes with Green Lantern. The voice acting was good, however, as this is a JLA movie and not a GL movie, I question the use of Star Sapphire in this just because of the personal nature of her feud with Hal Jordan, especially when they get into what the feud is, but very vaguely. They count on everyone knowing the history between GL and Sapphire like it's as well known as say Superman and Lois Lane or Batman and Catwoman. That was enough for me to bring it down a bit, because I feel such thing might be unfair to someone who bought this and isn't familiar with Green Lantern or his world.
Almost watchable, but completely, stupidly, ridiculously bad. Amber Heard looked great, if a little thin. Cage was... Cage. 3D may have helped it on the big screen, but nothing helps it on the small screen. Meh...
Wild at Heart
I had forgotten just how freakin' weird this movie was. I had also forgotten just how Freakin' HOT Laura Dern was in it. Lynch kinda sucks, but he has his moments. Minus Cage singing, it was a decent watch.
Camilla Belle Kate Beckinsale - Emma Watson Emmy Rossum - Vanessa Hudgens - JoJo Levesque Jennifer Lawrence - Debby Ryan - Kaylee DeFer - AnnaLynne McCord Elizabeth Gillies - Selena Gomez - Lily Collins - Lea Michele - Haley Bennett - Emma Roberts
It's not a very good movie. I watched it because i'm on an MMA kick and loved the first one. This one has pretty much all the same character types as the first and they didn't even try to hide it. The action scenes were good but not nearly as well shot as the first film. I was entertained.
Evan Peters was his usual awesome self. Michael Jai White out acted the entire cast, which is pretty sad when Michael Jai White is the best actor in the movie Jillian Murray looked as beautiful as ever.
One: Phoebe Tonkin Two: Dianna Agron Three: Debby Ryan