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-->'''Batman''': I agree. Your lives aren't worth much.
-->'''Superman''': But Flash's life is.

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-->'''Batman''': -->'''Batman:''' I agree. Your lives aren't worth much.
-->'''Superman''': -->'''Superman:''' But Flash's life is.



* Flashpoint Superman, despite having every reason not too, [[spoiler: shows up near the end of the film to save Cyborg, the first friend he's had in his entire life.]]
** [[spoiler: Turns into a TearJerker when Vic dies moments later anyway.]]
* Doctor Vulko, the one Atlantean who felt guilty about what his people were doing and freed [[spoiler: Captain Atom]] simply because it was the right thing to do.
* The best example is at the end of the film, when [[spoiler: Flash gives his Batman a letter written by his father from the flashpoint universe. Bruce, who instantly recognizes the handwriting as his father's, ''[[NotSoStoic breaks into tears]]'' and thanks Flash.]]
--> [[spoiler: '''Batman''': You're one hell of a messenger. Thank you.]]
* When Flash reveals to FP!Batman that [[spoiler: his son is Barry's version of the hero]], it's heavily impled he figured out [[spoiler: he dies in Flash's timeline]]. Does that stop him from helping Flash? [[ThePowerOfLove Hell no]].
--> '''FP! Batman''': ''If'' I were to help you, what exactly would we need?

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* Flashpoint Superman, despite having every reason not too, [[spoiler: to, shows up near the end of the film to save Cyborg, the first friend he's had in his entire life.]]
life.
** [[spoiler: Turns into a TearJerker when Vic dies moments later anyway.]]
anyway.
* Doctor Vulko, the one Atlantean who felt guilty about what his people were doing and freed [[spoiler: Captain Atom]] Atom simply because it was the right thing to do.
* The best example is at the end of the film, when [[spoiler: Flash gives his Batman a letter written by his father from the flashpoint universe. Bruce, who instantly recognizes the handwriting as his father's, ''[[NotSoStoic breaks into tears]]'' and thanks Flash.]]
Flash.
--> [[spoiler: '''Batman''': '''Batman:''' You're one hell of a messenger. Thank you.]]
you.
* When Flash reveals to FP!Batman that [[spoiler: his son is Barry's version of the hero]], hero, it's heavily impled implied he figured out [[spoiler: he dies in Flash's timeline]].timeline. Does that stop him from helping Flash? [[ThePowerOfLove Hell no]].
--> '''FP! Batman''': Batman:''' ''If'' I were to help you, what exactly would we need?


--> [[spoiler: '''Batman''': You're one hell of a messenger. Thank you.]]

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--> [[spoiler: '''Batman''': You're one hell of a messenger. Thank you.]]]]
* When Flash reveals to FP!Batman that [[spoiler: his son is Barry's version of the hero]], it's heavily impled he figured out [[spoiler: he dies in Flash's timeline]]. Does that stop him from helping Flash? [[ThePowerOfLove Hell no]].
--> '''FP! Batman''': ''If'' I were to help you, what exactly would we need?


--> [[spoiler: '''Batman''': You're one hell of a messager. Thank you.]]

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--> [[spoiler: '''Batman''': You're one hell of a messager.messenger. Thank you.]]


* The best example is at the end of the film, when [[spoiler: Flash gives his Batman a letter written by his father from the flashpoint universe. Bruce, who instantly recognizes the handwriting as his father's, ''[[NotSoStoic breaks into tears]]'' and thanks Flash.]]

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* The best example is at the end of the film, when [[spoiler: Flash gives his Batman a letter written by his father from the flashpoint universe. Bruce, who instantly recognizes the handwriting as his father's, ''[[NotSoStoic breaks into tears]]'' and thanks Flash.]]
--> [[spoiler: '''Batman''': You're one hell of a messager. Thank you.
]]


* The best example is at the end of the film, when [[spoiler: Flash gives his Batman a letter written by his father from the flashpoint universe. Bruce, who instantly recognizes the handwriting as his fathers, ''[[NotSoStoic breaks into tears]]'' and thanks Flash.]]

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* The best example is at the end of the film, when [[spoiler: Flash gives his Batman a letter written by his father from the flashpoint universe. Bruce, who instantly recognizes the handwriting as his fathers, father's, ''[[NotSoStoic breaks into tears]]'' and thanks Flash.]]


-->It is okay for a busy young man to forget his old mom.
-->I could never forget you.

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-->It -->'''Barry's Mom:''' It is okay for a busy young man to forget his old mom.
-->I -->'''Barry:''' I could never forget you.
you.


* The best example is at the end of the film, when [[spoiler: Flash gives his Batman a letter written by his father from the flashpoint universe. Bruce, who instantly recognizes the handwriting as his fathers, ''breaks into tears'' and thanks Flash.]]

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* The best example is at the end of the film, when [[spoiler: Flash gives his Batman a letter written by his father from the flashpoint universe. Bruce, who instantly recognizes the handwriting as his fathers, ''breaks ''[[NotSoStoic breaks into tears'' tears]]'' and thanks Flash.]]

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*When Barry first saw his mother again in the Flashpoint universe.
-->It is okay for a busy young man to forget his old mom.
-->I could never forget you.

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*The BigDamnHeroes moment at the beginning after Zoom's MotiveRant.
-->'''Batman''': I agree. Your lives aren't worth much.
-->'''Superman''': But Flash's life is.


* The best example is at the end of the film, when [[spoiler: Flash gives his Batman a letter written by his father from the flashpoint universe. Bruce, who instantly recognizes the handwriting as his fathers, [i]breaks into tears[/i] and thanks Flash.]]

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* The best example is at the end of the film, when [[spoiler: Flash gives his Batman a letter written by his father from the flashpoint universe. Bruce, who instantly recognizes the handwriting as his fathers, [i]breaks ''breaks into tears[/i] tears'' and thanks Flash.]]


* Doctor Vulko, the one Atlantean who felt guilty about what his people were doing and freed [[spoiler: Captain Atom]] simply because it was the right thing to do.

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* Doctor Vulko, the one Atlantean who felt guilty about what his people were doing and freed [[spoiler: Captain Atom]] simply because it was the right thing to do.do.
*The best example is at the end of the film, when [[spoiler: Flash gives his Batman a letter written by his father from the flashpoint universe. Bruce, who instantly recognizes the handwriting as his fathers, [i]breaks into tears[/i] and thanks Flash.]]


* The one Atlantean who felt guilty about what his people were doing and freed [[spoiler: Captain Atom]] simply because it was the right thing to do.

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* The Doctor Vulko, the one Atlantean who felt guilty about what his people were doing and freed [[spoiler: Captain Atom]] simply because it was the right thing to do.


** [[spoiler: Turns into a TearJerker when Vic dies moments later anyway.]]

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** [[spoiler: Turns into a TearJerker when Vic dies moments later anyway.]]]]
* The one Atlantean who felt guilty about what his people were doing and freed [[spoiler: Captain Atom]] simply because it was the right thing to do.

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* Flashpoint Superman, despite having every reason not too, [[spoiler: shows up near the end of the film to save Cyborg, the first friend he's had in his entire life.]]
** [[spoiler: Turns into a TearJerker when Vic dies moments later anyway.]]

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