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Superman/Batman: Apocalypse 2010 123movies

Superman/Batman: Apocalypse 2010 123movies

The end is near.Sep. 28, 201078 Min.
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Plot: Batman discovers a mysterious teen-aged girl with superhuman 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.
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Apokolips NOW
The Superman/Batman comic stories’ main attraction has always been the character interplay. How the two famous superheroes, different in every aspect like oil and water, lend their perspective on similar situations and in the end, pull together for the greater good. In that respect, “Superman/Batman: Apocalypse” does not disappoint as Superman, Batman and even Wonder Woman bring their unique personalities to the table when they face their latest little “problem”.

The “problem” in question is the unexpected arrival of Kara Zor-El (Summer Glau), Superman’s cousin who crash lands to earth, disoriented, unclothed but unhurt and lost in Gotham. In perhaps an intentional homage to Glau’s previous Terminator character in “Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles”, She “procures” a coat from a trio of overly eager warehouse workers, but not before almost accidentally killing them. The unintentional destruction she causes while trying to flee from the cops alerts both Batman and Superman who take her into their custody. While Superman is overjoyed at finally meeting a fellow survivor of his home planet, Batman is skeptical and naturally suspicious (she did trash Gotham without even trying). More trouble follows when Superman tries to get Kara assimilated into earth culture but Wonder Woman has other plans for her as she too fears Kara’s lack of control over her powers. But on the burning planet of Apokolips, the dreaded DarkSeid has his sights on the young kryptonian girl to be the latest addition to his warriors. What follows is a perilous incursion into Darkseid’s palace with one deadly confrontation after another with the forces of Apokolips.

Superman/Batman: Apocalypse adapts the “Supergirl” story arc (NOT “Death of Superman” as another review mistakenly pointed out) of the Superman/Batman comic series by Jeph Loeb and the late Michael Turner. It is a rather faithful adaptation barring a few changes here and there and as such shares both the good points and the shortcomings of its source material. For one thing, the story proceeds at a rather fast pace, which is good as it keeps things from getting boring. However that means the time frame of the tale is difficult to follow. For example Kara was supposed to have been training with the Amazons for a few months but it seemed like only yesterday. We only know about the time skip thanks to some mandatory exposition.

Rather than its truncated story, it is the snappy character interplay, well written dialog and a top notch cast of actors that carry this show. Tim Daley, Kevin Conroy and Susan Eisenberg return comfortably to their DCAU roles of Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman. Everyone else is perfectly cast, especially Summer Glau, lending much emotional weight and realism to the characters. The only role that did not seem to fit as well was Andre Braugher’s unmistakably African American sounding DarkSied. The tone of voice was right but a more neutral accent would have fit better.

Judging from the way the characters are handled, the target audience is most definitely long time fans who are already familiar with the personalities of Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman. That is because the “DC trinity” get little character development here, allowing Supergirl to take most of the development spotlight. That is not to say that the main trio do not get their chance to shine. Their differing views on life clash often and shed some light on their inner natures. There is even a dramatic comparison between Batman and one of the villains regarding Batman’s code of ethics.

Viewers who have watched the previous “Superman/Batman: Public enemies” can treat this as a sequel despite the differing art styles. As the previous movie replicated Ed McGuinness’s muscular look, this one manages to translate Michael Turner’s bold designs barring a slight drop in art detail. The animation by “MOI Animation” is very fluid with no visible short cuts and a high frame rate.

For DC animation fans, readers who loved the Superman/Batman comics and superhero action junkies, “Superman/Batman: Apocalypse” would no doubt be a hit. More time could have gone into letting the story “breath” a little or making it a smart anecdote about growing up, stepping out from under a overprotective sibling/parent’s shadow and finding one’s place in the world. But no point lamenting what it could have been. Rather, enjoy it for what it is.

Review By: xamtaro Rating: 7 Date: 2010-09-16
Misleading Title, but a Good Origin Story For Supergirl
In preparation for the upcoming Batman V Superman film, I’ve decided to revisit a few of each of the heroes’ feature films, especially those where they come in direct conflict with one another.

It’s considered a direct sequel to 2009’s Worlds Finest film, but in reality, it’s its own entity. It’s also not really a Superman & Batman film at all. With the story line directly focusing on the appearance of Supergirl and the inclusion of Wonder Woman and the Amazonians, it’s almost like a mini Justice League film. If you’re going in looking for a classic Batman & Superman story, this isn’t it. But if you’re looking for yet another solid entry in the DC Animated Universe, then I think there’s enjoyment to be had here.

Supergirl (Kara) enters the world in full Terminator glory and is discovered by none other than Batman. As him and Superman debate as to what they should do with her, Darkseid and his minions try to take things in their own hands. Wonder Woman believes Supergirl should be kept away from civilization until her powers are under control but Superman believes she should live with him as he teaches her the way of the world. Of course, Kara has her own idea of the life she should live. And that’s really the basis the film goes by. Other than Batman and Superman both being in the film, it’s not their story at all.

The film does pick up however once they go to Darkseid’s planet of Apocalypse itself after he kidnapped Kara. Darkseid’s presence in this film is pretty much the exact representation I would hope the live action universe uses. He’s calculating, manipulating, cool, calm, and collected. Throw in some omega beams and an unstoppable physical presence and you get DC’s potentially best villain.

Even though this film is entertaining and definitely satisfying by its end, there has to be some let down in the fact that it doesn’t ever feel like a Batman and Superman film. It’s one of my biggest fears of Batman V Superman. Keep the film even in tone and focus, and don’t mislead your audience. If you do that, I don’t think people will be disappointed. So with all that said, Superman/Batman Apocalypse is a decent entry in a distinguished line of incredible animated films, it’s just unfortunate it doesn’t live up to its predecessor.

+Darkseid’s presence

+Well realized characters through voice work

+Supergirl is handled correctly

-But it’s not a Superman/Batman film at all

-A let down in some regards


Review By: ThomasDrufke Rating: 7 Date: 2016-03-19

Other Information:

Original Title Superman/Batman: Apocalypse
Release Date 2010-09-28
Release Year 2010

Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 18 min (78 min) (USA)
Budget 3500000
Revenue 0
Status Released
Rated PG-13
Genre Animation, Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi
Director Lauren Montgomery
Writer Bob Kane (character created by: Batman), Jerry Siegel (character created by: Superman), Joe Shuster (character created by: Superman), William Moulton Marston (character created by: Wonder Woman), Jack Kirby (characters created by: Darkseid & The New Gods), Jeph Loeb (graphic novel), Michael Turner (graphic novel), Tab Murphy
Actors Andre Braugher, Kevin Conroy, Tim Daly, Susan Eisenberg
Country USA
Awards N/A
Production Company N/A
Website N/A

Technical Information:

Sound Mix N/A
Aspect Ratio 1.78 : 1
Camera N/A
Laboratory N/A
Film Length N/A
Negative Format N/A
Cinematographic Process N/A
Printed Film Format N/A

Superman/Batman: Apocalypse 2010 123movies
Superman/Batman: Apocalypse 2010 123movies
Superman/Batman: Apocalypse 2010 123movies
Superman/Batman: Apocalypse 2010 123movies
Original title Superman/Batman: Apocalypse
TMDb Rating 7.2 493 votes

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