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The League

HD   PG-13 Closed Captioning

Kyle Higgins

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About the Movie

With the 1946 formation of "The League of Heroes" in Chicago, the country is introduced to the first ever Superhero Labor Union. Founded by the Grey Raven, his kid sidekick Sparrow, and the amazing Blue Blaze, The League of Heroes was a beacon of hope against evil and tyranny in Chicago, Now twenty years later, as The League is about to expand nationally, an old adversary makes a murderous comeback. Drawn by the rampage, the former sidekick Sparrow return to the city -- and The League -- for the first time in years.

Customer Reviews

Wow What a great movie!

Didnt know what to expect when i started the movie. But i ended up loving it. It takes superheroes to a whole new level. If you like superheroes or just are a fan of great movies you need to watch this movie.

Classic Modern comic feel

This is Scott Higgin's (current writer for Nightwing with DC) final project from film school, but it exceeds the quality expected in a student film.

It echoes some of the highpoints of all comics from Watchmen to Dark Knight Returns, while also keeping a feel specific to the time in which it is set. Its 3 bucks for a 28 minute super hero story you haven't seen before! What are you doing? Check it out.

Really impressive

This short has seriously fantastic special effects and the cinematography and camera angles are worthy of a great comic book movie. I'd like to see what these filmmakers could do with a 90 minute format.

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