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Plot: Batman discovers a mysterious teen-aged girl with super-human powers and a connection to Superman. When the girl comes to the attention of Darkseid, the evil overlord of Apokolips, events take a decidedly dangerous turn. Runtime: 78 min Release Date: 28 Sep 2010
A truly amazing movie especially for casual fans (by levitak)
I am not a comic book fan. I have enjoyed watching series like the Justice League and of course the other animated movies but I have never bothered with comics. This perhaps one of the reason why for me this movie is the best animated one till nowThe previous movies except maybe for the Wonder Women one which I also found quite interesting albeit not as alluring as this one shot your right into the middle of the action and frankly a lot of the movies focused on the near worship of Superman and Batman. Don't get me wrong the characters are good but maybe because I am not a comic book fan <more>
they get boring fast. I was really starved for some new material. Seeing another hero rise upAnd this movie delvers it. We follow the journey of Kara aka Supergirl voiced excellently by the amazing Summer Glau from her landing to Earth to the point where finds herself and her place in life. The story is great and the action well placed. And while the story centers around Supergirl we also get to see Superman,Batman and Wonder Woman shine on their own. They compliment the story excellently.Not to forget that while the story itself is truly great the action doesn't leave you wanting either. They are some great fight scenes each perfectly showing the abilities and strength of the characters. Overall I would highly recommend this movie to everybody and I really hope we get to see another movie centered around Supergirl. She is a character with a lot of potential
This film is probably the best of all the Superman animated movies that have been released over the least few years, better even than Doomsday. The animation quality, the voice acting, the comic timing, the action scenes, the story, and especially the writing are all of the highest standard. Telling the story of Kara Zor-El's arrival on earth this film is notable for its use of realistic elements, such as language barriers to truly reinforce the realness of the story; although having Kara have powers from the start even though she crash landed at night is a tad annoying. The voice for <more>
Darkseid was a little too refined as well, but the talent of Andre Braugher makes up for this.Great action, good drama, well placed and perfectly timed comedy, great voice acting and a very good story mean this movie was wasted on only being direct to video.
One of the best DC movies I've seen! (by jashmainemoss8)
I have always been a fan of DC movies, I don't read the comics and therefore, I appreciate the movie for what it is and not for what I expect it to be. I thoroughly enjoyed this movie! Very very entertaining. Supergirl's coming was sorta refreshing to me, It paved a new road of interests. The movie keeps your interest from beginning to end...From Supergirl's Landing to her birth as an official hero. The storyline was good but the action was so much better. The fight scenes are all well done especially the final fight between Supergirl, Superman and Darkseid! It was awesome! THE <more>
best fight scene in all DC movies in my opinion. And I think many will agree with me. I keep an eye for great actions scenes. It is a truly amazing movie...especially if you enjoy clashes of great super powers! I hope DC keeps up the good work!
As an avid reader of comics, I have a huge respect for the brilliant author Jack Kirby 1917-1994 , whose work for Marvel produced some of the most memorable characters and stories from sequential art.However, even though it may sound heretic, I do not feel the same love for the complex mythologies Kirby created to DC Comics.I honestly never swallowed the stories about the "New Gods", because I found the characters not to be very well developed, not to mention that the stories were confusing.So, I started watching Superman/Batman: Apocalypse with some mistrust, because big part of <more>
the graphic novel it is inspired on a compilation of the title Superman/Batman has some similarities with the work Kirby made to DC Comics.To my surprise, screenwriter Tab Murphy made an excellent work at tuning the narrative and compressing the action in order to bring a dynamic, tremendously entertaining and even deep film experience.The main target from Superman/Batman: Apocalypse are the comic readers, so it does not loose any time at establishing the origins of every characters, or explaining the relationships between them.So, I understand why the casual spectators may have difficulties at "plunging" into the movie.Personally, I hugely enjoyed Superman/Batman: Apocalypse and I think that, with the exception of Justice League: The New Frontier, it is the movie from DC Comics I have mist enjoyed.Besides of the screenplay, the characters and the awesome action scenes, it was also a pleasure for me to hear the classic voices from Superman and Batman in other words, the ones which were used in their respective animated series , as well as the solid contributions from Susan Eisenberg as Wonder Woman, Andre Braugher as Darkseid and Summer Glau as Kara Zor-El.The only fail I found on this movie is that some details from the screenplay could have been better polished.But despite of that, Superman/Batman: Apocalypse is a great movie I enthusiastically recommend with the previous warning that the lack of context and explanations may make it a bit difficult to be assimilated by casual spectators.
The DC Comics Animated Universe has another high quality, fun DTV animated film in its' library, the sequel to "Superman/Batman: Public Enemies". A little longer, "Superman/Batman: Apocalypse" is darker and effective.If you haven't seen the first one, don't read this and see it. If so, you know a big meteor, composes of Kryptonite, has landed in Gotham City Harbor, containing a Kryptonian spacecraft, containing Kara Zor-El voiced by the cherub Summer Glau of "Firefly" and "Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles" , Superman's adolescent <more>
cousin. The Man of Steel Tim Daly of "Private Practice" is more than welcoming to her than the brooding Batman Kevin Conroy of "Dynasty" , who sees her as a potential weapon.Apokolipian monarch Darkseid Andre Braugher of "Men of A Certain Age" takes advantage of that point by kidnapping Kara and molding her to be his captain of his Femme Furies squad. Even with the help of Amazonian princess Wonder Woman Susan Eisenberg reprises her role from "Justice League: The Animated Series" and ex-Furies leader/Mr. Miracle's wife Big Barda Julianne Grossman , can the Big Blue Boy Scout and the Dark Knight save Kara from Darkseid's clutches? Nicely adapted from the story arc/graphic novel, "The Supergirl from Krypton" by Jeph Loeb "PE" and the late Michael Turner miss him , "Apocalypse" packs a punch at 78 minutes, giving an ode to anime, with a fun script by Oscar nominated scribe Tab Murphy "Gorillas In The Midst" and the animated takes on "Tarzan" and "Atlantis" and crackerjack direction by Lauren Montgomery "Green Lantern: First Flight" .As usual, Daly and Conroy are perfect reprising the roles they did when they had solo shows. Braugher's no Mike Ironside, who voiced Apokolips's lord in "Superman: The Animated Series" and "JL", but is dutiful. The female voice actors are equally superb, yet it's screwball funny to head Ed Asner "The Mary Tyler Moore Show", "Up" as Darkseid's lieutenant, Granny Goodness.Like the other recent DC Comics animated films, "Apocalypse" has a hard PG-13 rating; this isn't light kids' fare. Still, it's damn cool.
If you're a DC fan, you'll love it. (by zane_deen)
It has got all the action you could possibly imagine to be in a superhero animation. You've Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman and Supergirl as the protagonists amongst others, and Darkseid as the antagonist. What else do you need? The story may be weak as others have put it , but come on, it is worth it. Just buy or rent the DVD and enjoy the next 70 minutes or so of pure entertainment, that is, if you're into it. If you seriously do not appreciate these comic book animations then you might as well rent some other genre. My advice to everyone who intends to watch this animation: what <more>
are you waiting for? Run to your nearest DVD outlet and buy/rent it.
Another solid effort from DC animation studios (by BloodStone)
"Superman/Batman Apocalypse" is yet another winner from DC Animation. Good story, great chemistry between all the characters, lots of action/fights & pretty good animation. The story takes place after the events of the excellent "Superman/Batman: Public Enemies". I wish I could go into specifics on how S/B Apocalypse starts out but it would give away the ending of S/B PE. A meteor crashes in Gotham Harbor & of course Bats checks it out. It is a ship with strange writings on it. After many awesome mishaps, it is discovered that the lone occupant of said spacecraft <more>
is none other than Superman's cousin from Krypton who is confused, scared & highly destructive. Superman of course wants to give her a chance, Batman doesn't trust her & smells trouble. Now before any of you here start to think " Oh great, a Barbie movie with Supergirl" let me reassure you, it's definitely not. She's never even referred to once as "Supergirl" during the course of the film. Wonder Woman, Darkseid & yes, even Doomsday make significant appearances in the film especially Darkseid who has his own evil designs for the cousin of Superman . Overall: a 8/10 & one definitely worth checking out even for casual fans.
more story driven than action driven (by disdressed12)
this latest animated offering from DC is much more story oriented than action oriented,so action buffs might not like it as much.having said that,i didn't find it boring.in fact,i thought the story was pretty good.it was fleshed out fairly well and interesting enough.even though the action is limited,the fight sequences that there are,are nothing short of spectacular.the villain here is certainly a match for Superman.the voice cast is terrific,as is usually the case with DC's animated films.i would say this on par with the last DC animated film Batman: Under the Red Hood,although they <more>
are two totally different films.for me,Superman/Batman: Apocalypse is an 8/10
Good movie, excellent fighting and action! (by Finfrosk86)
Of all the animated feature length superhero-movies I have seen lately, this has got the best fighting "choreography". You clearly see what is happening, the timing is good, you feel the impacts. It was just very entertaining. Very well done action.Not loving the look of Supermans and Batmans face in this one, they look a little douchy. I liked their faces in Justice League: War, better. This is just personal taste of course. But a review is personal, right..?Anyhow, the movies is really good. Good action, and not boring in the slower parts. Most of the drama works well too. I'm <more>
really impressed by these animated superhero features, they are well written, and really entertaining.And again, the real star of this movie is the action and fighting. Very good indeed!