How “Justice League” Should Have Ended!

The folks at “How It Should Have Ended” are back with another animated short for “Justice League”.

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johnpinna
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Not that funny

manoftomorrow
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Yeah, their whole gimmick is a little overrated in my opinion

redcape
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All in good fun……..I suppose.

Kal-Elvis
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That’s great – as usual. Might be my favorite one, but not sure.

And the new drawings of them standing together was pretty awesome-looking, actually.

lcmcbain
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Brilliant and on point.

Spidey2878
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I found it to be entertaining. Was the villain that they were facing a marvel villain? I’m not familiar with this character.

KANSAS-SUPERMAN
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Yes, A parody Adam Warlock

Spidey2878
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This video made me think of a Superman parody. I’ve never seen this parody, however Kirk Alan played Jonathan Kent in the film.

Spidey2878
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I kinda liked Justice League. Sure it has it flaws, but what movie doesn’t? I’ll probably watch it again this weekend.

Adekis
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Agreed. In spite of, or perhaps in some ways because of, all the cuts and rewrites, I find Justice League to be the single most fun super-hero movie I’ve ever seen. I saw it three times in theaters.

Spidey2878
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I think I’ll pass on seeing the superman parody. I’m a big fan of the original 1978 movie, and I don’t want to see a film that makes fun of Superman the movie. I’ve seen the commercial for the parody, and it looks like they make fun of Superman and his character and not just the film. While the writers for “the how it should have ended” tend to put Superman in different scenarios for laughs, I don’t think they make fun of Superman’s character.

Adekis
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The movie you’re thinking of is “Superbman: the Other Movie.” I’ve never seen it either; I’m not sure it’s ever had a home release.

MIKE-EL
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I usually like HISHE, but this one isn’t actually that good. Disappointing.

LarGand
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Had its moments, but it wasn’t amazing. You can kind of feel that the HISHE writers were as disappointed in the movie as most of the rest of us, so it all comes off a bit half-hearted. The best HISHEs are about movies they liked, even if those movies were flawed. ‘Justice League’ was just a huge, huge let-down.

redcape
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I don’t think it was a let down on the magnitude of what the critics concluded. The let down for me was the ice cold way that Superman returned. The little battle he had with the League was OK…but there should have been a more personal touch with his whole returning. That’s where I believe that Snyder would have done a much more complete and satisfying job. The deleted scenes alone prove that.

Spidey2878
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I like the part where Superman teams up with the justice league for the final Showdown against Steffenwolf. I also liked how Superman used his freeze breath. And the Superman, Flash race at the end was definitely an iconic scene.

Spidey2878
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I also like the scene where Clark reveals his Superlogo at the end.

sundevil82
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Yeah the thing that hit home for me on this is that Superman has still not really said anything inspiring. Three movies in and he has not really said anything memorable at all, let alone anything quotable. That’s a disservice to the actor and character if you ask me. They gave him some generic good guy lines in JL but yeah. This is Always going to be my biggest gripe until we get a good writer/director who is not afraid to let superman be Superman. PS… bearded Superman was the simplest solution to the moustache fiasco , but logic be… Read more »
MattComics
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Yeah, instead they had Superman telling us such inspiring things as “No one stays good in this world.” Which is right up there with Martha’s “You don’t owe this world a thing” and “Maybe.” (Though the later one I think could have been saved with a simple dialog adjustment as Johnathan’s fear of Clark being exposed before he’s ready to step into the light is at least understandable.)

sundevil82
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Yeah that whole scene leading up to and including the Batman fight has always irked me. Superman basically compromises his ideals presented earlier in the film in that scene. ‘You killed people but IM the one who is wrong.’ Then he lets him save Martha. Dude you just tried to kill me and now you want me to trust you with that? And apparently it took that whole 10 minute scene of Batman cracking skulls for Superman to fly to the scout ship? It was made abundantly clear at that point to me that they brought in Terrio to beef… Read more »
Clark_Jo
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The “You don’t owe this world a thing” does and doesn’t bother me. It doesn’t because…well that’s how Superman should feel. That he’s not doing it out of obligation, he’s doing it out of love and dedication. He had been doing things out of obligation this whole time and she was saying, “don’t do this because you think you have to, do this because you want to.” It does because he shouldn’t have to be told that. He should be telling someone else that. He should be the one putting people on the right path, not being put on the… Read more »
Clark_Jo
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“Superman was never real.”
Pretty memorable and quotable…although for opposite reasons…
It’s pretty bad that it’s the first quote that comes to mind when I think of all the movies thus far.

sundevil82
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While I absolutely respect what you got from all that, I’ll just have to respectably disagree with you. I still feel like I have to go through mental gymnastics for this version of Superman to make sense to me. I’m going to make a bold statement and say (that in my opinion) superman was given very little to say because they wanted Batman to have the bigger part. That much to me is evident by the fact that Ben affleck brought on his boy to beef up his part (which was good) but didn’t bother to do anything with Superman.… Read more »
Kal-Ed
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As sad as that may sound, the Snyder cut was ONLY the trailers.
This segment was cool though.

Spidey2878
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On a related topic, the Syfy channel will be showing Christopher Reeve’s Superman movies to celebrate Superman’s 80th anniversary.I saw the advertisement during Krypton’ commercial break.It’s amazing that both Superman’s 80th anniversary is this year, and that Superman the movie’s 40th anniversary is this year as well.

Adekis
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I really enjoyed this video for most of it, but as soon as the Warlock guy showed up I thought it started being a little less fun and a little more didactic. There are a lot of youtube videos where the creators seem to think they’re better at making movies than the movie makers themselves are, and while “How Justice League Should Have Ended” avoids the worst of their pitfalls by being, as it must, a generally funny cartoon, “Martha”‘s arrival still struck me as the point when it became less funny and more preachy. Then again, it’s sort of… Read more »
Spidey2878
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It seems to me that they took their time making this cartoon. Their parody of the Last Jedi has been out for a little while now. That’s odd because the Justice League movie came out before the Last Jedi, however the Last Jedi parody was out before the Justice League parody. So I’m wondering why did they take this long to make this cartoon? Were there problems coming up with ideas for jokes for this comedy sketch?

Spidey2878
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” I mustache you a question”
” maybe he should shave it for later.” Lol, that’s a bit funny.

Spidey2878
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Yeah definitely funny. Actually, it’s hilarious.

Spidey2878
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This version of Superman returning from the dead is definitely way better than the actual movie version.