William Baldwin, Mark Harmon, Chris Noth, Gina Torres, Josh Keaton, Bruce Davison, James Woods
Written by: Dwayne McDuffie
Directed by: Lauren Montgomery & Sam Liu
WHAT WAS GOOD?
Justice League: Crisis On Two Earths featured good animation, an excellent voice cast (particularly Chris Noth as Lex Luthor and Josh Keaton as the Flash) and told an enjoyable tale, but the biggest highlight was the Crime Syndicate. Instead of just telling a story with an almost identical Justice League (like the Justice Lords) the movie opted to introduce the Syndicate, which helped establish the characters as seriously menacing villains. Ultraman was a mean SOB but it was Owlman that really stood out, and his battle with Batman during the final act was brilliant.
WHAT WAS BAD?
There wasn't that much in Justice League: Crisis On Two Earths that was bad. If anything the film suffered slightly by too many evenly matched battles between the League and the Syndicate that never really made any action scenes standout. Oh, and the fact that the story was familiar to fans of the Justice League TV show meant that it didn't seem all that original.