Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Flash, Cyborg, Green Lantern and Vixen are transported to the strange world of Remnant and find themselves turned into teenagers. Meanwhile, Remnant heroes Ruby, Weiss, Blake and Yang must combine forces with the Justice League to uncover why their planet has been mysteriously altered before a superpowered Grimm destroys everything.
While it may not be a new version of “Charlie’s Angels,” this film offers a set of three dynamic women, who move into action against a psychopathic killer.
Danielle, Aleesha, and Hannah are the three feisty women who decide to rent a special house near the beach to “celebrate” the impending divorce of Danielle. Hannah is an attorney; Aleesha has boundless energy; and Danielle is looking for a fresh start after her husband Craig had been unfaithful.
The major flaw of the film was in the lack of imagination in conceiving the villain. After murdering Laura Winters, Anton took over the ownership of the property rented by the three amigas. He was able to eavesdrop on the women’s conversations through a hidden camera and recording device. It made no sense that his only motivation to kill Danielle was because she was divorcing her husband.
There was too much collateral damage in this unpleasant film. In addition to poor Laura Winters, the nice man whom Danielle met at the beach was killed, as well as the contrite husband Craig, who adored Danielle and wanted to make amends. Anton’s sidekick, Mike, also met an untimely end after he discovered Anton’s past transgressions and sought to warn Danielle.
There was some good location filming, especially the vacation rental house from hell. But the film only merits three stars, one for each of the vivacious amigas.