Superman/Batman: Apocalypse

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"The end is near."
  • PG-13
  • 2010
  • 1 hr 18 min
  • 7.1  (25,206)

In the movie Superman/Batman: Apocalypse, the two superheroes team up to confront an extraterrestrial foe who has recently arrived on Earth. The film is a direct continuation of the previous animated movie, Superman/Batman: Public Enemies, and is based on the comic book arc titled, "The Supergirl from Krypton." At the start of the movie, a spacecraft crashes near Metropolis, and Superman investigates. Meanwhile, Batman is tracking down a missing piece of kryptonite. They cross paths, and together they discover that the ship belongs to a young woman called Kara Zor-El, who is actually Superman’s cousin. She has been sent to Earth to escape from the crumbling planet of Krypton, just like Superman himself was when he was a child.

Despite some initial reluctance, Superman decides to take Kara in and train her in the use of her powers. Batman, on the other hand, is deeply suspicious of Kara, and warns Superman that she could be dangerous. These tensions between Batman and Superman drive the narrative forward, adding nuance to their characters and relationships.

As Kara begins to adjust to her new life on Earth, she soon finds herself under attack by Darkseid, the ruler of a distant alien world. Darkseid has set his sights on Kara, and wants to use her as a pawn in his latest scheme for conquest. Superman and Batman must team up once again to protect Kara from the clutches of Darkseid and his minions.

Throughout the course of the movie, audiences are treated to stunning action sequences, as the superheroes battle against Darkseid’s fearsome army of Parademons. The film is notable for its use of traditional 2D animation, which lends a classic feel to the proceedings. The voice acting is also top-notch, with Andre Braugher delivering a standout performance as the menacing Darkseid.

The story explores themes of identity, family, and power, often in subtle ways. For example, a recurring motif is the idea of Kara trying to find her own path in life, separate from that of Superman. She struggles to define herself in a world that already has preconceived ideas of who she is, given her status as Superman’s cousin.

The relationship between Superman and Batman also receives a lot of attention in the movie. While they are close allies, it is clear that they have very different approaches to solving problems. Superman is often seen as the idealistic, hopeful hero, while Batman represents a darker, more cynical viewpoint. The contrast between their personalities is always interesting to watch, and adds an extra layer of complexity to the story.

Overall, Superman/Batman: Apocalypse is a thrilling animated adventure that is sure to satisfy fans of both superheroes. While it is an adaptation of a well-known comic book, the movie still manages to surprise and entertain with its well-crafted storytelling and impressive visuals. Whether you’re a longtime fan or a newcomer to the world of comic book movies, there is plenty to enjoy in this action-packed tale of heroes and villains.

Superman/Batman: Apocalypse is a 2010 science fiction movie with a runtime of 1 hour and 18 minutes. It has received mostly positive reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 7.1.

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    7.1  (25,206)