Injustice (2021) 1080p

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Action | Adventure
Frame Rate:
23.976 fps
English 5.1  
Run Time:
78 min
IMDB Rating:
0 / 10 
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Directors: Matt Peters [Director] ,

Movie Description:
On an alternate Earth, the Joker tricks Superman into killing Lois Lane, which causes a rampage in the hero. Superman decides to take control of Earth, Batman and his allies will have to attempt to stop him.


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No Rubbish

Wow... I really wished it followed the game,the story there was better..violence was so mild,should have received a PG-13 movie ??,really anticipated more from this film.

Mostly faithful adaptation

Injustice is a mostly faithful adaptation that starts really strong but then rushes through the plot of the game and graphic novel and makes some bafflingly dumb decisions and completely wastes a few characters (especially Flash).

However, it's still a fun, emotional and enjoyable adaptation overall with great and surprisingly violent action scenes, good humour and some satisfying callbacks to the game. A few of the changes do actually improve the original narrative.

Justin Hartley, Anson Mount and Janet Varney are all great and Gillian Jacobs, Laura Bailey and Zach Callison are all really good. The animation style is really good and the music by Robert J. Kral and Matt Peters' direction are both good.

Not Faithful To The Game It's Based On

Injustice is a neat fighting game that showed a world where Superman became an evil dictator leading a Regime and going into war with Batman and his Insurgency. When I heard of this film, I was excited, especially since this would be R-rated (and thus allow things DC Comics would not allow Netherealm Studios to do), I am disappointed at the final result.

The characters all have different voice actors from games, is one of the few good things, as it has a good cast, but the writing is horrible. While the opening moments are almost true to the game, the the film strays too far from the source material, as certain characters who are key to the game's story end up being killed or choose different allegiances. Also, the movie feels like a rush job, clocking in at 71 minutes, which means some events had to be cut. I recommend playing the game instead of watching this failed adaptation.
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