Since receiving the blue scarab from his recently dead mentor, Dan Garrett, Ted Kord has been trying to figure out why it won't respond to him. That is, until one day, when Jaime, the new intern hired by Ted's partner, Booster Gold, touches the scarab, and it immediately bonds to him, as well as, though unknown to them at the time, getting the attention of The Reach, the alien race who created it. Now the three, with the help of some (uninvited) friends, must protect El Paso from an alien invasion.
While Batman is handling Justice League matters, the other heroes of Gotham have to deal with an escalating war between two of the city's most powerful mob bosses.
The last surviving members of the old Justice Society are shaken by the sudden, unexplained death of one of their own, and so come out of retirement to investigate. They soon discover the culprit is an old enemy of theirs, Vandal Savage, who, mysteriously, hasn't aged a day, and must stop the somehow younger villain's plans.
A movie adaptation of Jeff Wayne's War of the Worlds musical.
The Justice League of yesteryear has retired, and gotten old. The current League goes to stop a being called the Anti-Monitor, but fail, and now the old League is the universe's last hope. In this, their last hurrah, can they hope to defeat this powerful new enemy? Note: I am talking about casting older actors in these parts. I didn't think I had to explain that, but that's what I get for underestimating people's capacity for stupidity. Person who inspired this note: Consider yourself fortunate there is no apparent way to find out who you are, and therefore tell everyone …
From Wikipedia(Yeah, I'm that lazy.): The story of Joe, an average adolescent male, who forms a garage rock band, has unsatisfying relationships with women, gives all of his money to a government assisted and insincere religion, explores sexual activities with appliances, and is imprisoned. After being released from prison into a dystopian society in which music itself has been criminalized, he lapses into insanity.
Harry and Rhonda, a WASP couple, attend a show featuring the Mammy Nuns, the product of a plan by an evil prince to eradicate all black people and homosexuals.
Basically if these movies were made today.
Based on the series of computer RPGs, centered around a character called the Avatar, a legendary figure who brings the land of Britannia out of darkness, into a new age of enlightenment, and then defends it against an ultimate evil called the Guardian.
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