Get ready for a battle of the ages when the Justice League faces off against its archenemies, the Legion of Doom, in an all-new movie from DC Comics. A mysterious being known as the Time Trapper arises, and a sinister plan led by Lex Luthor sends the Legion of Doom back in time to eliminate Superman, Wonder Woman and Batman before they become super heroes. For Aquaman, Flash and Cyborg, along with teen super heroes Karate Kid and Dawnstar, the stakes have never been higher, the rescue mission never deadlier. So join the fight for the future as the Justice League confronts its ultimate challenge… the threat of having never existed!
Writer:Bob Kane (characters), Michael Ryan, Joe Shuster (characters), Jerry Siegel (characters)
Lex Luthor is frozen during a battle with the Justice League. He thaws out in the 31st century, discovers Time Trapper and prevents Superman's arrival to Earth as a baby. Future teen heroes Karate Kid and Dawnstar must stop him. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Gregor C (es) wrote: It shows band in more technically aspects, than "Control", but it's still good show. Sometimes boring, but still good.
Kevan K (de) wrote: Cyborgs and giant penis monsters. Nothing else to say.
Timothy S (de) wrote: The filmmakers must have thought that naming this concoction "Basic" was the ultimate goof on its unsuspecting audience. As you may know, this mess is anything but basic. Things start out promisingly enough, with two terrific lead actors and a premise full or promise and possibilities, but you'll be ready to wave the white flag by the halfway mark.By that time, the story has become such a convoluted mess that it becomes a parody of itself. I was enjoying being confused and misled for a while, but there comes a time when the screenwriter has to actually make sense of all of the red herrings and misdirection. That never happens here.The varying tales told by the soldiers on what happened in the jungles of Panama are bewildering enough, but writer James Vanderbilt isn't content with stopping there. He insists on piling twist on top of twist to the point where it becomes laughable. Witness the fight between Connie Nielsen and John Travolta that passes as foreplay, or John McTiernan's ridiculous close-up of Travolta's eyes in a key scene. Every time a new twist is introduced (and believe me, you'll lose count), you pretty much have to replay the entire movie back in your head, but McTiernan and Vanderbilt makes that impossible to do just because they know there's no glue holding any of it together. By the time you get to the final slap in the face reveal, you're left as befuddled as Nielsen's poor character. It proves the entire film to be a waste of time because apparently everything that happens in it is a ruse. And that makes the time spent watching "Basic" a complete and utter waste. It has no respect for its audience.
Jason v (es) wrote: i relLy love this movie (".) realLy
Alex S (de) wrote: Better than I expected, Chevy Chase and Dan Aykroyd at their best.
Mark D (es) wrote: I enjoyed watching it. It has Tammin Sursok one of the best Aussie female actresses.
Alex H (ca) wrote: 6/5. Even after 60+ years - still one of the most brilliantly written, flawlessly acted, expertly directed films ever conceived.
Art S (br) wrote: I have owned this on VHS for many years but watching it again now, it seems rather long and drawn out. The story (from James Hilton) is a good one. The British foreign secretary (Ronald Colman), sick of war and conflict, is lost in the Himalayas when his plane is hijacked and goes down. There he finds (or is found by) the Lamas of Shangri-La who live in a peaceful idyllic community protected on all sides by mountains. Somehow there is no stress, no sickness, no strife - humans have everything they need. Colman and some notable character actors (Thomas Mitchell, Edward Everett Horton) grow to realize that Shangri-La is better than the world outside. But yet some of the plane crash survivors and even some residents of the valley wish to leave. Colman helps them but then finds that he can't face ordinary human society and (we learn in a third person rendering) he does everything he can to make the incredibly arduous journey back to the peaceable theocracy. Director Frank Capra avoids the big issues and just lets the characters spout some platitudes. Maybe the film's heart is in the right place but last night it seemed just too fantastic.
Dustin D (it) wrote: Connery's renegade 007 film is not as good as Thunderball, but it's better than his last film (Diamonds Are Forever) and the contemporaneous Roger Moore one (Octopussy).