Super Pets Movierulz - 'DC League of Super-Pets' tells the story of two inseparable best friends: super dog Krypto and Superman. The two have the same superpowers and fight crime side by side in Metropolis. But when Superman and the rest of the Justice League are kidnapped, Krypto must do whatever it takes to free the heroes. He finds allies in the dog Ace, the pot-bellied pig PB, the turtle Merton, and the squirrel Chip. But first, Krypto must convince the ragtag gang of pets to use their newfound powers to save the superheroes.
Super Pets Movierulz - When it comes to Hollywood animated films, the name Pixar always comes first, followed by Disney Animation Studios and the Minions makers Illumination. Then at some point, one remembers the Dreamworks era and yes, Sony also has its own house for animated feature films. Then Netflix will certainly be mentioned. Only much later should the name Warner Bros. come up in conversation. They're certainly a fixture in the direct-to-DVD animation space, but when it comes to the movie theaters, they tend to lag behind among the big guns of the dream factory. A bottom light, which, however, dazzled the film world a few years ago with The Lego Movie.
What caused positive astonishment here was the surprise that the expected commercial for the Danish block company was actually an incredibly creative, heartfelt, and amusing pastime whose cleverness did not have to hide from other pop-culture meta-players such as the comedy series Community. But the Warner Animation Group never reached the heights it once had. At the latest with The Lego Batman Movie, the former surprise had degenerated into a rather staid concept. WAG's other projects, which had to do without big brands, then showed quite clearly that Warner was trying hell-bent on catching up with the big players in the animation industry. But even if Storks - Adventures in the Approach or Smallfoot had their clear strengths, they never had any real status. So it's little surprise that WAG is now using the DC license on the big screen for children and comic book fans in the movie theaters.
DC League of Super-Pets makes it clear from the first second that children are the target audience. Even if some references to the comics and earlier films are only understood by adults, the story is too uniformly devoid of real risks that a few meta-gags don't add any real value. The film by Jared Stern and Sam Levine is extremely single-minded, with cuddly designs, simple wisdom, and entertaining spectacle, but it never really uses the possibilities of the shown world and the animated film knows how to make younger viewers happy. Good luck to them, after all, the DC League of Super-Pets was made just for them - and for insatiable DC fans.
Warner also played it safe with the voices, which isn't a bad thing. While Dwayne Johnson, who will soon also be physically part of the DC Universe as Black Adam, voices Superman's four-legged friend Krypto, Kevin Hart gets to voice the boxer Ace, who leads a group of unemployable pets. The clear highlight of the soundtrack is certainly John Wick actor Keanu Reeves, who lends his voice to the funniest Batman of all time. Incidentally, in the Indian version, which can easily be described as successful, it is Batman fan and LOL: Last one Laughing participant Torsten Sträter who speaks the black knight of Gotham successfully.
Basically, the DC League of Super-Pets is not a bad project. It's just so focused on its target group and its brand affiliation that little leeway is left for moments or impulses that are able to break this tightly bound corset. What is delivered is what was desired and what was expected. A safe game, by safe players. But security can also be damn tiring and considering how much madness there is in the original idea alone, it's quite sad how well the word 'standard' fits DC League of Super-Pets.
One last word about the Super Pets movie
'DC League of Super-Pets' has become an acceptable animated film that is certainly fun for children. But in order to achieve long-term qualities, the implementation lacks the necessary madness and charm, which not only results from cuddly characters but also from clever ideas and real surprises.