#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – The Justice Society of America , a group of heroes aiding the allies in World War 2, acquire an ally from the future who sends them on an adventure that changes history.
Plot: While speeding off to help in an impromptu battle, The Flash blazes and rips through time, only to find himself dropped into the middle of World War II. It’s here that The Flash meets Wonder Woman and her top secret team, known as the Justice Society of America. Witness the raging tides of war, gripping combat and the velocity of valor as The Flash fights to get back to his own timeline!
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Nostalgic Superhero film
So off the top I think the art style will throw off some, it’s clearly made with the intention of a more retro look, reminiscent of 60’s cartoons with general quality of life changes to make it better suited to modern audiences, which I personally found to be quite beautiful. I wouldn’t want this art style for all future DC animated films, but it seemed well suited to the nature and tone of this film.
Storyline wise there is nothing particularly interesting about it, it’s WWII based so it’s mostly about punching Nazi’s & stopping evil plans and I don’t think it’s a spoiler to say that, it’s simply what the Superhero WWII genre is.
What’s interesting or atleast refreshing about the film is it allows its heroes to be vulnerable, flawed, and make mistakes. Yet despite any shortcomings or fears they may have they persist on, it’s the inherent part of what makes a hero courageous, far too many modern heroes, particularly with respect to female heroes aren’t allowed to show weakness in any respect. A hero that shows some measure of vulnerability or is in someway flawed is always more compelling then the always perfect & virtuous hero who can do no wrong.
The DC animation dept. Is known for its creative freedom and this effort to “go retro” works. For older fans, who grew up with this style of animation, it is comfort food. Younger fans will enjoy the switch as well. The first and last Acts are especially strong, and the voice actors are pitch perfect, with Chris Diamantopoulos a standout as Steve Trevor. He somehow manages to make every word ring with integrity. A keeper.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 24 min (84 min)
Genre Animation, Fantasy
Director Jeff Wamester
Writer Jeremy Adams, Meghan Fitzmartin
Actors Matt Bomer, Stana Katic, Chris Diamantopoulos, Liam McIntyre
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Aspect Ratio 1.78 : 1
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