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Superman/Batman Public Enemies 2009 Subtitles

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A desperate solution for a troubled country: Lex Luthor for President with the Justice League in the service of the government. Only Batman and Superman stand against the new regime - and their disloyalty proves to be exactly what Luthor intended. Using their outcast status to instigate a scandal against Superman, Luthor finally tastes a victory in his vendetta against The Man of Steel.

Starring:
Clancy Brown,Kevin Conroy
Runtime:
1 hour, 4 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Children & Family, Science Fiction, Animated, Action & Adventure
Director Sam Liu
Starring Clancy Brown, Kevin Conroy
Supporting actors Tim Daly, Xander Berkeley, Corey Burton
Studio Warner Bros.
BBFC rating Suitable for 12 years and over
Captions and subtitles English Details
Rental rights 48 hour viewing period. Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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4.4 out of 5 stars

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Hornet on 18 Oct. 2009
Format: DVD
When i learnt that there was going to be another Supes/bats animation again,i thought Dc wasnt going to pull it off. why? from what i saw of the trailer,the artwork had changed form the usual batman anmimated series 70's look to a more concentrated look to it.But i was wrong.The story really delivers.Unlike almost every Dc animation that i have seen,Public enemies is really Packed with great battles (loved the face off between superman and shazam)with almost every villain and hero you can think of in the DC universe.
Get this.you wont regret it.
*keep an eyeout for Bane he makes a brief appearance!
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Luke Evans on 22 May 2011
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
first of all, wow!! this was not what i expected at all. i thought this would be a cheap attempt cartoon, but was i suprised, it was superb! better then watching a live action movie! the story is amazing, the animation top notch, the voice cast just legends! as you superman batman fans will find out if you buy it. In this animation batman and superman team up, (superman my personal favourite) and its just amazing from start to finish, i highly reccomend you buy this, for the price too its a bargain!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Paul Tapner TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 26 May 2013
Format: DVD
An animated movie featuring Superman and Batman, which is an adaptation of Superman Batman TP Vol 01 Public Enemies. It runs for just over an hour.

The story sees the rise of a new force in American politics. A party led by Lex Luthor. Promising tough solutions to deal with economic crisis, he becomes President. And swiftly brings the country back into shape. Several superheroes agree to work for him. But Superman can't bring himself to trust his arch enemy, and is convinced that he's working towards something.

Batman doesn't trust anyone. He's looking into the situation.

But when a huge meteor is spotted heading towards the Earth, and when Luthor's plans turn Superman into a wanted man with a huge bounty on his head, the two heroes have their work cut out to save their reputations. And the world.

The comic was a storyline that came at the end of several years of Luthor having been President in the DC Comics Universe. The movie gets all this in via a pre credits sequence that does work pretty well. Early scenes do bring home the moral dilemmas facing the characters, of trusting Luthor and all the various civil liberty issues that his actions are resulting in. This is well done and pretty absorbing.

The voice cast does use Kevin Conroy, Tim Daly and Clancy Brown, all of whom have voiced Batman, Superman and Lex Luthor before, and who are the best these movies have for the roles. It's always a pleasure to hear them. There's a decent guest cast including stars from Desperate Housewives and Smallville. It's nice to hear these actors in different parts, but some do get more to do than others.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Emma on 23 Nov. 2010
Format: DVD
After waiting months to find a copy I found it was well worth the wait. The story was amazing and kept me gripped the whole way through, this truly is DC at its best and may well be my new personal favourite Superman movie. I look forward to buying the sequel!
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Format: DVD
4.5 out of 5

The Man of Steel has been framed for the murder of Metallo.

Now on the public’s radar as a wanted man, Superman must team up with his greatest ally—and closest friend—Batman, to clear his name and show the public what really happened the night Metallo died. But before he can do that, he must survive an onslaught of superheroes and supervillains alike, all of whom have come to cash in on the bounty for his capture.

Meanwhile, a giant kryptonite meteor is on a collision course for Earth, making things even worse for the Man of Steel who has no way to stop it, especially since the President of the United States, Lex Luthor, wants to destroy it himself with nuclear missiles.

Will the Earth survive and will Superman restore his good name?

This movie, based on the graphic novel by Jeph Loeb and Ed McGuinness, Superman/Batman: Public Enemies, is a comic book fan’s dream come true. Not only does it feature all of comicdom’s two most popular icons, but also a super supporting cast consisting of Power Girl, Captain Atom, Major Force, Black Lightning, Starfire, Katana and a host of other familiar faces, including, but not limited to, Captain Cold, Mr. Freeze, Bane, Lady Shiva and a ton of others.

The story is solid, simple, but enough to really showcase each character: Superman as the one who doesn’t kill; Batman as the disgruntled detective; Lex Luthor as the glory-seeking, power-mad President—it totally works. The pacing was bang on and not once was I bored. Even the humor was in-step with the rest of the movie and didn’t come across like jokes from left field. Case in point, the giant robot in the end would’ve come across as goofy had not an explanation been given for the way it looked.
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By Lark TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 26 Jan. 2012
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This is a great feature which deals with many of the themes present in Alan Moore's Watchmen or Marvel comics Civil War event, both of which consider more carefully the implications of super powered crime fighters or "meta-humans" in a world of average beings.

However, unlike each of those storylines in which the meta-humans operate in "our" world the events unfold in this storyline very much within Batman and Superman's world. So it is not simply the authorities who respond to "supers" with legislation compelling some to become outlaws, in this case it is Lex Luthor who has exploited a number of dramatic events to secure political power.

Luthor is of course acting to with his own design in mind but plays a game, at least in the beginning, of "this leopard has changed its sports" persuasively enough to divide the superpowered community into pro and contra camps.

This is pretty cerebral and clever, the way in which the plot develops is great as Luthor frames Superman for crimes against the state, which in turn develops into a whodunnit as a superpowered character is killed in the process.

What I liked about the feature but which I know has lead others to be critical of it is that it manages these more mature themes without departing altogether from being a cartoon adventure. The finish, with Luthor donning armour and injecting himself with some kind of physical enhancing formula for a show down, while the Toymaker builds a giant spaceship resembling Batman-Superman in appearence is completely different in style and tone from the beginnings. However, I felt that the proper balance was struck for a feature which is realistically going to attract more younger than mature viewers. They kept it fun.
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