Justice League: War

Synopsis: The world's finest heroes found the Justice League in order to stop an alien invasion of Earth.
Director(s): Jay Oliva
Production: Warner Home Video
 
IMDB:
7.3
Rotten Tomatoes:
50%
PG-13
Year:
2014
79 min
1,023 Views


New insight on the rash of terrifying

abductions plaguing Gotham City.

Warning; This footage may be too mature

for younger audiences.

Is this the mysterious Batman

who's been spotted in Gotham?

Uh, stop it, Max. Too scary.

I'm the Batman, Charlie.

I've come to suck your blood.

Hey, come on. Stop the bus, damn it.

Going somewhere, buddy?

All right. You wanna dance? Let's dance.

Your move, precious.

No, no. Don't. Crap.

Going UP-

- You saved me.

- Sure did.

- The name is--

- What's the catch?

- What?

- What's it gonna cost me?

You're welcome, lady.

And how am I supposed

to get down from here now?

Now, where did my creepy crawly get to?

High-tech armor, huh?

You're gonna have to do better than that.

Okay, that was better.

What were you doing at the docks?

I want answers.

Batman?

You're real?

Turn it off.

- I had him.

- Clearly.

Now, turn off the damn light

before they see us.

Before who sees us?

This is Gotham P.D.

Put your hands in the air.

- Put your hands in the air.

- They don't like us much.

The world's afraid of us.

- You say that like it's a good thing.

-It's necessary.

Move.

Take your glow stick and go home.

Gotham's mine.

- No, see, this entire space sector is my beat.

- Uh-huh.

I'm serious. I'm Green Lantern, damn it.

- What the hell did you do?

- Cool.

So, what's it doing in Gotham?

Witnesses spotted this thing

trying to plant some kind of bomb downtown.

When the cops confronted it,

it spewed fire from its mouth.

Yeah, I noticed,

but fire is no problem for me.

As I was saying,

Green Lantern can do anything.

Except shut up, apparently.

Wow, someone forgot

to take their Tru Blood tonight.

- I'm not a vampire.

- Seriously?

I thought with the darkness and the vanishing,

and the, what, super strength?

No.

- Can you fly?

- In a plane.

Wait, you're not just some guy

in a bat costume, are you?

Are you freaking kidding me?

What, nobody asked you to prom...

...so now you dress as a bat

and prowl around your parents' basement?

What's this do?

Huh?

No buttons.

I assume it works off concentration.

How did you do that?

You weren't concentrating.

- You won't do that again.

- Unless I want to.

That's it. Let's rumba, spooky.

Shh.

Hold fast. We need more info.

- Bull crap. That's a bomb and he just armed it.

- Lantern, wait.

For Darkseid.

- Darkseid? What's that, a band?

- Some kind of death cry.

t wanted to take us with it.

All to protect this.

I'm on it. Ring, scan and identify.

Initiating scan.

Processing.

- Unable to identify.

- That's impossible.

The ring knows what the Guardians know

and the Guardians know everything.

t doesn't scan like a bomb.

More like an alien computer.

Alien? Like the guy in Metropolis?

Superman.

- You've met him?

- No.

But I've researched him.

- His power levels are--

- Not gonna be a problem for me.

We'll see.

In the meantime,

we need to know more about this thing.

Nothing on the markings or the design, Sarah?

No, Dr. Stone.

Dozens of tests and we're still unable

to learn a single thing.

We know less now than when

the Flash brought it to us days ago.

Maybe we'll catch a break

with the metal scan.

You've been working around the clock

on this, Silas.

Perhaps if you got some rest.

I'll rest when we know what this device is...

...and why that creature needed it planted

in Central City.

Now, what do we know?

It's broadcasting some kind of signal.

And we've tracked similar signals emitting

from Coast City, Gotham and Metropolis.

Then it's talking to someone.

I should take this.

Hi, Dr. Stone.

I figured I'd see if you had information...

-...regarding the device I left with you.

- Slow down, son. I can barely understand you.

Yeah, I get that sometimes.

We lost the creature.

It seemed engineered to fall apart.

- I see. Any further data on the device?

- Nothing yet.

- I should know more in a few hours.

- All right, I'll check back with you then.

Flash, I can't help but suspect

I'm speaking to a fellow scientist.

I'll catch up with you later, Dr. Stone.

Burritos are here.

- Can't even do that quickly.

- Where's my extra salsa?

- Finally.

- About time.

Way to take the "fast" out of fast food, Barry.

Hey, guys, someone took mine by mistake.

Chimichanga.

Guys?

Tickets. Let's see your tickets.

My dad's got the tickets.

You mean, your granddad?

Uh, yeah. What did I say?

- And one for your grandson?

- What?

Hey-

Big man, you all right?

What's the play, Vic?

Here's what we're gonna do.

Gun, dice right yo-yo.

Scat, right Y option on hart.

Break.

Admiral. Admiral, check brown ox.

Thirty buffalo. River.

Red, 98, hut, hut.

Next stop, the nationals.

Ha, ha. Vic Stone is the bomb.

These freaks cost America

over $100 million in property damage.

Who's gonna pay for that?

Us regular people, that's who.

Diana, wait.

- It's Wonder Woman.

- It's her.

- Someone do something.

- Oh, great.

I am Diana of Paradise Island.

Tell me who you speak of,

and by Zeus, they will taste my steel.

You've gathered to protest me?

You, what is your problem with me?

You want the truth?

You swing that sword with a smile

and you scare normal people.

And you dress like a whore.

This is not your truth.

The Lasso compels you.

Now tell us your truth.

I cross-dress in a Wonder Woman outfit.

It makes me feel powerful.

Embrace your truth, my friend.

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