Box art for Justice League: Crisis On Two Earths

Justice League: Crisis On Two Earths

action & adventure, anime & animation

In a parallel universe, LEX LUTHOR travels through other-world dimensions to join forces with SUPERMAN, BATMAN, WONDER WOMAN, GREEN LANTERN and THE FLASH in an attempt to save his world.

Rotten Tomatoes® scores

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common sense

PAUSE for kids age 11
4 out of 5
Drinking, drugs, & smoking
0 out of 5
2 out of 5
Positive messages
3 out of 5
Positive role models
3 out of 5
2 out of 5
3 out of 5

Superhero movie mixes cartoon violence, positive messages.

what parents need to know

Parents need to know that this animated superhero adventure is heavy on fantasy violence, with lots and lots of fighting -- as well as weapons, some blood, and minor characters' deaths. There's also some mild language ("ass," "crap," etc.), flirting, kissing, and innuendo. Although it's edgier than the Justice League TV show, this story about Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, Flash, Lex Luthor, and more does have strong messages about teamwork, helping others, and standing up to bullies, as well as a more complex subplot about free will. Older tween and teen superhero fans should get a kick out of it, but it may be a bit much for some younger viewers.

what families can talk about

  • Families can talk about the movie's violence. How did it make you feel? Was it exciting, or did it make you feel anxious?
  • Is it ever OK not to stand up to bullies? Is it OK to use violence on bullies?
  • Sometimes it takes a lot to ask your friends for help. What makes us afraid to ask for help? Would you help your friends if they asked?

movie reviews from Rotten Tomatoes®

Audience Reviews

3 stars

Lots of big name voice talents. I havent watched a super hero cartoon in a long long time. Was fun.

- jmanard52, Tuesday, June 29, 2010

1 star

Not as good as I heard or thought it was gonna be.So disappointing

- dukeakasmudge, Wednesday, March 24, 2010

3 stars

Not bad entry from the DC animated team. A little too predictable for fans of the original works. Couldn't quite come to terms with William Baldwin as Batman, but James Woods was a terrific Owlman.

- Beefy, Wednesday, March 3, 2010