Superman/Batman: Public Enemies
United States President Lex Luthor uses the oncoming trajectory of a Kryptonite meteor to frame Superman and declare a $1 billion bounty on the heads of the Man of Steel and his ‘partner in crime’, Batman. Heroes and villains alike launch a relentless pursuit of Superman and Batman, who must unite—and recruit help—to try and stave off the action-packed onslaught, stop the meteor Luthors plot.
- Stars:Clancy Brown, Kevin Conroy, Tim Daly, Xander Berkeley, Corey Burton, Ricardo Chavira, Allison Mack, John C. McGinley, CCH Pounder, LeVar Burton, Calvin Tran, Mark Jonathan Davis, Brian George, Jennifer Hale, Rachael MacFarlane,
- Director:Sam Liu,
- Writer:Jeph Loeb (comic book), Ed McGuinness (comic book), Stan Berkowitz, Bob Kane (creator: Batman), Jerry Siegel (creator: Superman), Joe Shuster (creator
When Lex Luthor gets elected US President, he uses the threat of an oncoming kryptonite meteor striking Earth as a rationale to frame Superman. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Superman/Batman: Public Enemies torrent reviews
(ca) wrote: beautifully drawn. the storyline doesn't make the most sense, but is fun & enjoyable enough. (:
(fr) wrote: It's hard not to appreciate a movie like this. I can't name any other killer croc movies even remotely as entertaining as this one.
(jp) wrote: Should be subtitled: flogging a dead horse.
(br) wrote: Sad, but Aidan looking good
(nl) wrote: Atom Egoyan is one of my favorite directors, but I think he took a wrong turn here. Egoyan lets his fascination with media and being meta take over the middle section of the film, derailing it entirely. This almost seems like a poor man's version of Egoyan. Well made as always, but an honorable miss.
(mx) wrote: Very heavily influenced by "Don't Look Now" and about as gory as any slasher film, "Alice, Sweet Alice" is one of the lost gems of seventies' horror. The film features a masked killer, who we come to believe is a young girl named Alice. Throughout the film her family members are harmed, and it seems that she is the culprit. Alice is certainly unstable, as she witnesses violence, she mouths off to the overweight, pedophilic landlord without fear of reprimand, and she threatens her aunt. This thriller balances between the slasher genre and the psychological thriller, as we try to piece together just who the killer is, whether Alice can be stopped, and who is the next person to be killed. Filled with seriously gruesome deaths, this film is really interesting, though it's a bit longer than need be. The only complaint is that there's a lot of overacting from everyone in the cast, and the motive of the killings isn't exactly clear or sensical.
(nl) wrote: While deeply flawed, and having some patch work to make it seem credible for Heston's departure from the franchise. Beneath the Planet of the Apes is extremely bizarre in an entertaining way. With strong performances by most ape characters.
(ca) wrote: The film does a good job at showing why some people have violence for a hobby and how easily one could get roped into it, despite Charlie Hunnam pulling a Van Dyke with his lousy Cockney accent.
(kr) wrote: On paper, Nailbiter is actually pretty great. In practice though, the premise is let down by your average low-budget issues, the number one problem though, is the acting; ranging from regular-bad to laughably-bad, Nailbiter's acting calibre certainly detracts from what might have been an interesting and original horror.
(kr) wrote: I had high hopes for this movie, but it didn't quite live up to them...
(br) wrote: One of those movies that can go in a thousand different directions, and it pretty much has now with the Stargate TV series.
(us) wrote: Wonderful performance from Juliane Moore and a very funny as always performance from Nathan Lane. It was a nice story but could have been funnier. Other than that it was a good movie