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Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox

2011 animated film directed by Jay Oliva

Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox is a 2013 direct-to-video animated film adaptation of the 2011 comic book crossover "Flashpoint" by Geoff Johns and Andy Kubert.

Directed by Jay Oliva. Written by Jim Krieg.

Contents

Hal JordanEdit

  • Beware my power, asshole.

AquamanEdit

  • [to Cyborg] The era of the land-dweller is at an end, hero. Your metal skull will decorate my great hall.

Nora AllenEdit

  • ...when I was a little girl, Grandma taught me a prayer: Accept the things you cannot change. Have the courage to change the things you can... and have the wisdom to know the difference.

DialogueEdit

Barry Allen: No mom, I'm fine. But everything else has... changed. And I have to find out why. I think it probably has something to do with me being...
Nora Allen: Gay?
Barry Allen: What? No...
Nora Allen: It's okay. I love you no matter what.

Grifter: I like your style, Batman. A pity we never teamed up when the world still existed.
Batman: Batman and Grifter, the boy idiot.

Professor Zoom: As long as I can siphon off the Speed Force, you can't escape this timeline. I'm afraid there just isn't enough Speed Force to go around.
Batman: [shoots Zoom in the head] There is now.
The Flash: You killed him.
Batman: Not necessarily. Not if you go back in time and fix this. The only way to save the world is to keep this from ever happening.

Batman: Never seen anything like it. Your burns are healing. You should be dead.
Barry Allen: Your bedside manners sucks. If I didn't have the Speed Force helping me heal, I'd find another doctor.
Batman: I run a casino. Haven't been a doctor for 20 years.

Wonder Woman: [wraps her Lasso of Truth on Zoom] How do we shut off these charges?
Professor Zoom: You can't. We'll all be dead, shortly. The truth hurts, doesn't it?

The Flash: Why aren't you telling him about me and the timeline?
Batman: I'm not lying.
The Flash: You're misleading him. He has a right to know what our real plan is.
Batman: Don't preach to me. I got enough misplaced morality to handle the big metal Boy Scout on our hands. He wants to stop the war. So do we. That's all he needs to know.

[hands Professor Zoom's costume to Barry]
Batman: Here. You need a suit, and I'm not about to loan you one of mine. What? It's friction-proof, isn't it?
The Flash: [changes Zoom's suit into The Flash] I had to at least make some last-minute alterations.

Batman: You should've let her hit the pavement.
Cyborg: You shouldn't have thrown her.
Batman: She slipped.

Aquaman: You murdered my wife, Diana.
Wonder Woman: She tried to assassinate me, Arthur. I was protecting myself.
Aquaman: Yet you wear her helmet like a trophy.
Wonder Woman: No. A warning.

Wonder Woman: This form is not your own. How is the enchantment broken?
Captain Thunder: With a word.
Wonder Woman: Speak the word.
Captain Thunder: Shazam!

Green Lantern: Clearly, you should never do this stuff without me. You end up with crap all over yourself.
The Flash: Focus, GL. Bombs.

The Flash: [about Flash's Mother] I just wanted to save her.
Professor Zoom: Her hero; how noble. Oh, wait! You didn't stop JFK from getting assassinated or make sure Hitler stayed in art school. You saved your mommy. You missed her. [starts kicking Flash] And in a supreme act of selfishness shattered history like a rank amateur, turned the world into a living hell moments away from destruction and I'm the villain?
The Flash: You were the one who killed her, asshole.

Batman: Judge Dent was kidnapped last night. Where did the Joker take him?
Yo-Yo: Even if I did know, it wouldn't do you any good, Bats. He's probably already dead.
Batman: Then so are you.
[Batman throws Yo-Yo off the roof]

The Flash: Bruce's Batplane was a little more stoic.
Batman: Your Batman didn't have to ferry high rollers with deep pockets in and out of his casino.
Cyborg: So he wouldn't need a fully stocked bar aboard.
Batman: Everything is top shelf. Help yourself.
Cyborg: I don't drink.
The Flash: Shocking.

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