Without any question or doubt, Justice League: Throne of Atlantis is the definitive telling of Aquaman's origins. as the bastard son of Queen Atlanta, he has a difficult hero's journey ahead. the twist of Manta coaxing Orm into war is brilliant, and well executed. were there problems? sure. but who cares? the idea of an already engaged Atlantean Princess having been impregnated by a human and having to leave soon after giving birth to her son ups the ante on the whole Hero's Journey that we've been seeing throughout mythology. the one thing about this i don't like is they replaced Martian Manhunter with Shazam, who's not one of the founding members in the comics. but, it's the New 52 version, so what the hell?
Justice League: Throne of Atlantis (2015) 1080p YIFY Movie
Justice League: Throne of Atlantis (2015) 1080p
Justice League: Throne of Atlantis is a video starring Sean Astin, Rosario Dawson, and Nathan Fillion. When Atlantian troops assault Metropolis as revenge for the death of their king, the Queen seeks help from the Justice League to...
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In the aftermath of Justice League: War, the world is at peace or so it seems. When Atlantis attacks the Metropolis for the death of their king. But the Queen has different plans and requires the Justice League to find her lost son. But while they search for him, Atlantian troops; led by Ocean Master, continue their assault. Who will win?
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the best on-screen version of Atlantis in the history of small-screen cinema.Reviewed byallan_kearVote: 10/10
General Storyline: Not bad at all. Good fun. Not too serious, not too funny.
Fighting: Good fun. I have 1 problem; an Atlantean with a trident, not Aquaman, basically single-handedly defeating the rest of the individual Justice League members so quickly (their first attack anyway). I can see the intentions of making the bad guy so tough, in order to make Aquaman look better, but seriously... not very realistic (ok, in the comic book sense anyway). Fishy bad guy, on dry land and unfamiliar territory, with zero plans for defeating the world's greatest heroes... uh, no.
Shazam (I still have issues with his name NOT being Captain Marvel, but whatever): A little childish in personality. The fact that he is actually a child, this kinda makes sense, but not his usual personality, and not a great lead-in for the upcoming live-action movie(s).
Overall: A good and watchable movie.
Essentially acting as an origin story for 'Aquaman', 'Justice League: Throne Of Atlantis (2015)' has some exciting and genuinely tense set-pieces which weave together a political-intrigue plot with a more conventional 'superhero' story. It usually balances its 'beat 'em up's with its character development pretty nicely and it even manages to throw a few emotionally affecting surprises in the mix for good measure. When all is said and done, though, it ultimately falls back on a more traditional third act that feels ever-so-slightly third-rate, even if it is well animated and entertaining to a decent extent. The flick also has a number of strange issues, such as the occasional blatantly unnecessary line of blatant exposition and some supporting voice-work that isn't really up to par. In the end, it's an entertaining animation that includes some well-realised, if slightly generic, interpretations of its characters but falls short in a few key areas. 6/10