Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox

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Hands down my favorite movie from the animated DC series. Very well done, I love the story and the ideas. The characters are great, the twists good. Just an all around great movie. Even if it did spawn the... iffy New 52 universe and continuity as a consequence of The Flash's actions. But this movie on it's own is wonderful. It's so far my favorite animated DC film, and my second favorite animated super hero movie. (the first being Marvel's Planet Hulk).

Mistake Status: Thoroughly searched, but will go back through it again in the near future before moving into the continuation of the DC animated Universe

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Continuity mistake: After catching the rocket and saving Cyborg and Batman from it, Superman turns and drops the exploded rocket and begins lifting into the air. It cuts to a wide angle as Superman is hovering above the ground, and the rocket he just dropped is nowhere to be seen. (00:52:05)

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Top: Well, Flash. Once again, it looks like you're the bottom and I'm the top!

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Trivia: At the museum while Barry is struggling with Captain Cold and Boomerang, in a display case is Jay Garrick's helmet, aka the first Flash.

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Question: Barry returns to his fixed timeline, meets Batman and gave him the letter Thomas Wayne's Batman wrote. Then, the post credit scene shows the portals appears that will lead to Darkseid's invasion. The question is in the following Justice League War movie, the heroes seems like they never know each other. Did Barry return before the Justice League ever assembled? If so, why does Barry in the Justice League War movie seem to be so amused when he knows Batman is real? He even greeted Batman for the first time and addressed him as "Sir Batman." I cannot find any good articles on net to explain this contradiction.

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Chosen answer: Despite the ending in Flashpoint to indicate a Darkseid invasion, War is not a sequel. It's a reboot. While both films were part of the DC Universe Animated Original Movies series, War is the first movie of the series that is now part of the DC Animated Movie Universe. This is also why the voice actors are different.

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