It wasn't the best one, but it wasn't the worst one either. It basically got the story, but the comic version was definitely better.
Using Vandal Savage in place of Ra's Al Ghul changed the story a lot, but not for the better. They also cut out entire characters like Plastic Man and Aquaman to shoehorn Cyborg into the League, which isn't really bad idea if they continue this story into another movie.
Tower of Babel is my favorite Justice League stories. Overall, this did not live up to the comic.
Caught it on Blu Ray tonight. It had a tough act to live up to given how 100% awesome the source material was. It was almost to the movie's detriment, because it would have made a fine standalone tale if it didn't have that pesky adaptation label attached to it. But overall, I liked it. This was one of those movies where I feel like a 77 minute running time hurt it a tad, because I think it could have benefited from a 90-100 minute running time to give more time to some of the plot points.
Kevin Conroy voicing Batman will never get old to me. Never!
This movie made me realize how much I miss Alexis Denisof on my TV. I'll take him in any form I can get him. He ruled it as Mirror Master.
Hearing Michael Rapaport voice Barry Allen and not Wally West just feels weird.
Always loved Phil Morris' Vandal Savage. If this is his last turn with the character, he went out on a high note.
And speaking of source material that's going to be hard as hell to adapt (though it'll be fun to watch them try!), next up on the DCU Animated slate is Superman vs. The Elite, an adaptation of What's So Funny About Truth, Justice, and the American Way? That should be fun to watch!
Uhhh what the hell happened? This was a pretty lame finale. I guess Episode 11 was the true finale with the death of Gus and capture of David Tate. Charlotte and Linder's stories doesn't really interact much with the main cast.