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    95% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (2448 out of 2595)

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    Justice League
    In the wake of Superman's death, Batman (Ben Affleck) and Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot) recruit superpowered individuals to defend humanity from an otherworldly threat called Steppenwolf (Ciarán Hinds). Together with their new allies -- Cyborg (Ray Fisher), Aquaman (Jason Momoa), and the Flash (Ezra Miller) -- they form the superhero team known as the Justice League. Henry Cavill, Amy Adams, Jeremy Irons, Diane Lane, Connie Nielsen, Amber Heard, Joe Morton, and J.K. Simmons co-star. Directed by Zack Snyder. ~ Jack Rodgers, Rovi

    Cast & Crew


    • Ben Affleck
      Ben Affleck - Bruce Wayne / Batman
    • Henry Cavill
      Henry Cavill - Clark Kent / Superman
    • Gal Gadot
      Gal Gadot - Diana Prince / Wonder Woman
    • Amy Adams
      Amy Adams - Lois Lane
    • Ezra Miller
      Ezra Miller - Barry Allen/The Flash



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    Rating 4.4 out of 5 stars with 2595 reviews

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    • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

      Just Rushed League

      Posted
      Xeno

      First to the comics, the Justice Society of America gave fans the best of all their favorite DC heros. DC later rebranded them to the Justice League to compete with the easily remembered "Avengers". Years later, both comics are competing on the big screen. This is where DC and Marvel diverge. Marvel took time with establishing each character. Whether a sub-character of a movie (like Black Widow in Ironman 2) or a core character (like Thor), each Marvel property was carefully crafted before the big together film. DC, just fast tracked their movie. Throw the Flash, Cyborg, Aquaman, Wonder Woman, Superman, and Batman into a 2 hour flick and see what happens. The result is different. The major strength of this movie is the lesser known characters. Aquaman is this brooding seaman who wants nothing to do with the surface dwellers unless it has alcohol in it. While overtly masculine, Jason Mamoa's portrayal of Aquaman takes the campy "king of the sea" and puts a different spin on him that begs the question as to what issues he has to overcome. Cyborg is a tortured soul who sees himself as no longer human, but holds onto his humanity. His inner struggle against the machine that is his body makes for a intriguing character. Meanwhile, the Flash is just annoying. He's an autistic sevant who doesn't know how to interact with people. He's always delivering odd lines that were meant to be funny, but come off as uncomfortable. The CW's (Arrowverse) Flash TV series has a more likeable Flash. Wonder Woman got her own movie. It was really good. Not much to say, except, go see the Wonder Woman (2017) movie. Superman didn't have much to do in this movie (as it's a sequel to Batman v Superman). As such, there's not much to really judge on. Please stop casting Ben Afflick as Batman. He doesn't fight well, he doesn't act the part, and the only redeeming factor he has is his chin looks like the comic books. I don't think Afflick is a bad actor, he just doesn't play the role of Batman nor Bruce Wayne well enough for me to enjoy the character. If he's not barking out orders, he's getting beat up. This is not the Batman I expected after the Dark Knight trilogy. Gather these characters together and set them against Steppenwolf. Yeah, the first thought that came to mind was Magic Carpet Ride, but apparently Steppenwolf is a major badguy in the DC Universe. I think more people have heard of the Dakotaverse than Steppenwolf. This "really tall" CGI bad guy has the goal of destroying the earth by terraforming it into Apokalyps (his homeworld). Can the Justice League defeat the inter-galactic homesteader? I think you already know the answer. Where the movie failed was its rushed attempt to get the audience to have more than intrigue with the characters. Just because you're intrigued doesn't mean you're onboard. That's a major problem. Also, if you didn't see Batman v Superman, you're missing some of the events. All you know is that Superman is missing for the first half, but not the significance of how they get him to return. Compared to the many animated Justice League movies (most notably, Justice League War), this film focuses too much around a weak Batman. Batman is supposed to be strong, resourceful, and ingelligent. This Batman is dull, and merely painting by numbers throughout the film. There's no sense of a greater plan at work. There's also the gritty tone. This is a much darker film than the Avengers movies. THis makes it a welcomed change from the norm of bright and colourful movies where characters are quippy. For me, the contrast made Justice League more acceptable despite its faults. With low risks, no real time to know the characters, and a very weak Batman performance, Justice League may not be the movie for you. While the contrast is welcomed, the movie is built on an abysmal failure called Batman v Superman. Despite its flaws, I would still recommend this movie. It's the movie the DC we got, not the one we deserved.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

      The Movie We Got, not Deserved

      Posted
      Xeno

      First to the comics, the Justice Society of America gave fans the best of all their favorite DC heros. DC later rebranded them to the Justice League to compete with the easily remembered "Avengers". Years later, both comics are competing on the big screen. This is where DC and Marvel diverge. Marvel took time with establishing each character. Whether a sub-character of a movie (like Black Widow in Ironman 2) or a core character (like Thor), each Marvel property was carefully crafted before the big together film. DC, just fast tracked their movie. Throw the Flash, Cyborg, Aquaman, Wonder Woman, Superman, and Batman into a 2 hour flick and see what happens. The result is different. The major strength of this movie is the lesser known characters. Aquaman is this brooding seaman who wants nothing to do with the surface dwellers unless it has alcohol in it. While overtly masculine, Jason Mamoa's portrayal of Aquaman takes the campy "king of the sea" and puts a different spin on him that begs the question as to what issues he has to overcome. Cyborg is a tortured soul who sees himself as no longer human, but holds onto his humanity. His inner struggle against the machine that is his body makes for a intriguing character. Meanwhile, the Flash is just annoying. He's an autistic sevant who doesn't know how to interact with people. He's always delivering odd lines that were meant to be funny, but come off as uncomfortable. The CW's (Arrowverse) Flash TV series has a more likeable Flash. Wonder Woman got her own movie. It was really good. Not much to say, except, go see the Wonder Woman (2017) movie. Superman didn't have much to do in this movie (as it's a sequel to Batman v Superman). As such, there's not much to really judge on. Please stop casting Ben Afflick as Batman. He doesn't fight well, he doesn't act the part, and the only redeeming factor he has is his chin looks like the comic books. I don't think Afflick is a bad actor, he just doesn't play the role of Batman nor Bruce Wayne well enough for me to enjoy the character. If he's not barking out orders, he's getting beat up. This is not the Batman I expected after the Dark Knight trilogy. Gather these characters together and set them against Steppenwolf. Yeah, the first thought that came to mind was Magic Carpet Ride, but apparently Steppenwolf is a major badguy in the DC Universe. I think more people have heard of the Dakotaverse than Steppenwolf. This "really tall" CGI bad guy has the goal of destroying the earth by terraforming it into Apokalyps (his homeworld). Can the Justice League defeat the inter-galactic homesteader? I think you already know the answer. Where the movie failed was its rushed attempt to get the audience to have more than intrigue with the characters. Just because you're intrigued doesn't mean you're onboard. That's a major problem. Also, if you didn't see Batman v Superman, you're missing some of the events. All you know is that Superman is missing for the first half, but not the significance of how they get him to return. Compared to the many animated Justice League movies (most notably, Justice League War), this film focuses too much around a weak Batman. Batman is supposed to be strong, resourceful, and ingelligent. This Batman is dull, and merely painting by numbers throughout the film. There's no sense of a greater plan at work. There's also the gritty tone. This is a much darker film than the Avengers movies. THis makes it a welcomed change from the norm of bright and colourful movies where characters are quippy. For me, the contrast made Justice League more acceptable despite its faults. With low risks, no real time to know the characters, and a very weak Batman performance, Justice League may not be the movie for you. While the contrast is welcomed, the movie is built on an abysmal failure called Batman v Superman. Despite its flaws, I would still recommend this movie. It's the movie the DC we got, not the one we deserved.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

      3 Interesting Heroes and 3 Mehs

      Posted
      Xeno

      First to the comics, the Justice Society of America gave fans the best of all their favorite DC heroes. DC later rebranded them to the Justice League to compete with the easily remembered "Avengers". Years later, both comics are competing on the big screen. This is where DC and Marvel diverge. Marvel took time with establishing each character. Whether a sub-character of a movie (like Black Widow in Ironman 2) or a core character (like Thor), each Marvel property was carefully crafted before the big together film. DC, just fast tracked their movie. Throw the Flash, Cyborg, Aquaman, Wonder Woman, Superman, and Batman into a 2 hour flick and see what happens. The result is different. The major strength of this movie is the lesser known characters. Aquaman is this brooding seaman who wants nothing to do with the surface dwellers unless it has alcohol in it. While overtly masculine, Jason Mamoa's portrayal of Aquaman takes the campy "king of the sea" and puts a different spin on him that begs the question as to what issues he has to overcome. Cyborg is a tortured soul who sees himself as no longer human, but holds onto his humanity. His inner struggle against the machine that is his body makes for a intriguing character. Meanwhile, the Flash is just annoying. He's an autistic savant who doesn't know how to interact with people. He's always delivering odd lines that were meant to be funny, but come off as uncomfortable. The CW's (Arrowverse) Flash TV series has a more likeable Flash. Wonder Woman got her own movie. It was really good. Not much to say, except, go see the Wonder Woman (2017) movie. Superman didn't have much to do in this movie (as it's a sequel to Batman v Superman). As such, there's not much to really judge on. Please stop casting Ben Afflick as Batman. He doesn't fight well, he doesn't act the part, and the only redeeming factor he has is his chin looks like the comic books. I don't think Afflick is a bad actor, he just doesn't play the role of Batman nor Bruce Wayne well enough for me to enjoy the character. If he's not barking out orders, he's getting beat up. This is not the Batman I expected after the Dark Knight trilogy. Gather these characters together and set them against Steppenwolf. Yeah, the first thought that came to mind was Magic Carpet Ride, but apparently Steppenwolf is a major badguy in the DC Universe. I think more people have heard of the Dakotaverse than Steppenwolf. This "really tall" CGI bad guy has the goal of destroying the earth by terraforming it into Apokalyps (his homeworld). Can the Justice League defeat the inter-galactic homesteader? I think you already know the answer. Where the movie failed was its rushed attempt to get the audience to have more than intrigue with the characters. Just because you're intrigued doesn't mean you're onboard. That's a major problem. Also, if you didn't see Batman v Superman, you're missing some of the events. All you know is that Superman is missing for the first half, but not the significance of how they get him to return. Compared to the many animated Justice League movies (most notably, Justice League War), this film focuses too much around a weak Batman. Batman is supposed to be strong, resourceful, and intelligent. This Batman is dull, and merely painting by numbers throughout the film. There's no sense of a greater plan at work. There's also the gritty tone. This is a much darker film than the Avengers movies. THis makes it a welcomed change from the norm of bright and colourful movies where characters are quippy. For me, the contrast made Justice League more acceptable despite its faults. With low risks, no real time to know the characters, and a very weak Batman performance, Justice League may not be the movie for you. While the contrast is welcomed, the movie is built on an abysmal failure called Batman v Superman. Despite its flaws, I would still recommend this movie. It's the movie the DC we got, not the one we deserved.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

      Failed Batman Needs Friends

      Posted
      Xeno

      First to the comics, the Justice Society of America gave fans the best of all their favorite DC heroes. DC later rebranded them to the Justice League to compete with the easily remembered "Avengers". Years later, both comics are competing on the big screen. This is where DC and Marvel diverge. Marvel took time with establishing each character. Whether a sub-character of a movie (like Black Widow in Ironman 2) or a core character (like Thor), each Marvel property was carefully crafted before the big together film. DC, just fast tracked their movie. Throw the Flash, Cyborg, Aquaman, Wonder Woman, Superman, and Batman into a 2 hour flick and see what happens. The result is different. The major strength of this movie is the lesser known characters. Aquaman is this brooding seaman who wants nothing to do with the surface dwellers unless it has alcohol in it. While overtly masculine, Jason Mamoa's portrayal of Aquaman takes the campy "king of the sea" and puts a different spin on him that begs the question as to what issues he has to overcome. Cyborg is a tortured soul who sees himself as no longer human, but holds onto his humanity. His inner struggle against the machine that is his body makes for a intriguing character. Meanwhile, the Flash is just annoying. He's an autistic savant who doesn't know how to interact with people. He's always delivering odd lines that were meant to be funny, but come off as uncomfortable. The CW's (Arrowverse) Flash TV series has a more likeable Flash. Wonder Woman got her own movie. It was really good. Not much to say, except, go see the Wonder Woman (2017) movie. Superman didn't have much to do in this movie (as it's a sequel to Batman v Superman). As such, there's not much to really judge on. Please stop casting Ben Afflick as Batman. He doesn't fight well, he doesn't act the part, and the only redeeming factor he has is his chin looks like the comic books. I don't think Afflick is a bad actor, he just doesn't play the role of Batman nor Bruce Wayne well enough for me to enjoy the character. If he's not barking out orders, he's getting beat up. This is not the Batman I expected after the Dark Knight trilogy. Gather these characters together and set them against Steppenwolf. Yeah, the first thought that came to mind was Magic Carpet Ride, but apparently Steppenwolf is a major badguy in the DC Universe. I think more people have heard of the Dakotaverse than Steppenwolf. This "really tall" CGI bad guy has the goal of destroying the earth by terraforming it into Apokalyps (his homeworld). Can the Justice League defeat the inter-galactic homesteader? I think you already know the answer. Where the movie failed was its rushed attempt to get the audience to have more than intrigue with the characters. Just because you're intrigued doesn't mean you're onboard. That's a major problem. Also, if you didn't see Batman v Superman, you're missing some of the events. All you know is that Superman is missing for the first half, but not the significance of how they get him to return. Compared to the many animated Justice League movies (most notably, Justice League War), this film focuses too much around a weak Batman. Batman is supposed to be strong, resourceful, and intelligent. This Batman is dull, and merely painting by numbers throughout the film. There's no sense of a greater plan at work. There's also the gritty tone. This is a much darker film than the Avengers movies. THis makes it a welcomed change from the norm of bright and colourful movies where characters are quippy. For me, the contrast made Justice League more acceptable despite its faults. With low risks, no real time to know the characters, and a very weak Batman performance, Justice League may not be the movie for you. While the contrast is welcomed, the movie is built on an abysmal failure called Batman v Superman. Despite its flaws, I would still recommend this movie. It's the movie the DC we got, not the one we deserved.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Solid but, flawed Adaption

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      Jasonsum2003
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      This film was doomed from the start WB should have never released any early footage from the jump The Internet is toxic everyone is a phony Once again the Internet ruins everything/anything I have no dog in the Pro Wrestling fight known as the Marvel vs DC thing......... The Justice League film adaption has been development limbo for a long time George Miller's original Justice League script is very interesting (If you are a DC fan worth tracking down and reading) What the public gets isn't perfect or amazing But, for a film with so much negativity surrounding it turned out much better then expected by myself at least I had no real interesting in this Zack Snyder's take on the DC Universe is a hot mess He needs to just walk away and ruin something else The Good: The cast all do a standout job the 3 new members of the DC Extended Universe Ezra Miller (The Flash) The Flash is such a underrated character in mainstream pop culture! This is the best version of the Flash besides some of the DC Animated films Ezra brings so much heart, soul and a little OCD to Barry Allen Jason Momoa (Aquaman) For years Aquaman has been a joke always being goofed on in Family Guy/Robot Chicken bits I wasn't impressed by his easter egg appearance in Batman vs Superman But, Momoa is freaking slick he makes Arthur Curry three-dimensional this is very much the mid 1990's Aquaman with the long hair and beard I wish at some point one of his hands were cut off so he has a hook! This is the cool Rock and Roll version of Aquaman Ray Fisher (Cyborg) Not a fan of Cyborg But, Ray Fisher also does a very good job making a more B Name super hero interesting and very cool (Ray also got short changed in the story) maybe in the Director's cut we'll get more of the back story Ben Affleck (Batman) Again Ben Afflect does a lot with a sub par script This version of Batman is as good as the Michael Keaton Batman Gal Gadot (Wonder Woman) There is no question that Wonder Woman is probably the best character in the Zack Snyder "DC Universe" Her solo movie proves Gal Gadot really understands Wonder Woman Henry Cavill (Superman) Cavill actually has personality this time around Go figure you have to Kill this version of Superman to make him actually Superman Some actors/actresses were underused all together Amber Heard (Mera) blink and you'll miss her Jeremy Irons (Alfred) J.K. Simmons (Commissioner Gordon) awesome casting choice maybe in 15minutes Amy Adams (Lois Lane) Diane Lane (Martha Kent) Joe Morton (Silas Stone) Lots of cool easter eggs (Batman at one time talks to Alfred about Penguin's strapped with bombs a reference from Batman Returns Which makes me think this version of Batman is the same Batman from Tim Burton's Batman (1989) Batman Returns (1992) which would makes sense in a weird way The Bad: The story is all over the place The film still takes place in the Watchman/Zack Snyder "DC Universe" it's to dark in a sense Batman is the broken Frank Miller Dark Knight Returns version of Batman While all the other characters are young/new heroes This time-line is poorly written If the plan of the upcoming Flash Point film is to re-boot the DC Universe that would be smart Superman's death was a gimmick Only added to Batman vs Superman to get cheap grief from the audience If DC is going to kill him off leave him dead for a while How can you miss Superman if he truly never went away? They should've thought outside the box and introduced Supergirl Since the film is filled with so many side characters Kara Danvers would be a worth wild addition (If done right) When Superman is brought back to life he should've been in that cool all black Superman suit with the long hair (Seen in the Reign of the Supermen/Return of Superman multi-issue story line) The main super villain sucks DC's massive laundry list of Super Villains they pick Steppenwolf Ciarán Hinds is a awesome actor why they couldn't do some type of motion capture with him is a waste! The mother Box story line is condensed (If done right this could have been DC's version of Avengers: Infinity War) The movie going public get the cliff-notes version of what the Mother Boxes are which is a shame The Ugly: overused CGI Steppenwolf (The main villain) is all CGI and it's cheap looking CGI The cut-scenes in Injustice 2 look better then Steppenwolf Cyborg's CGI also at times look really bad (When this film his home video market I'm curious if the Ultra HD cut will be fixed or point out a lot more digital flaws) Flash's suit looks really bad I could swear the production designer was watching Red Dwarf and was inspired by Kryten The Flash looks like Kryten painted red! It might sound like I'm trashing this film but, I'm really not For what it was i actually enjoyed it while it's not anywhere close to Wonder Woman It's so much better then Batman vs Superman and even Man of Steel For a superhero movie it's solid and deserves a lot more credit People hating on this never seen the Justice League of America (1997) tv movie/back door pilot That was really campy and bad Despite all the bad media attention around Justice League the finished product is a enjoyable film 8.5/10

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      All We Were Waiting For

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      LSherman
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      In Man of Steel, we learned the origin of Superman and the Man of Steel faced one of his toughest opponents, General Zod. Unlike earlier Superman films, Lois Lane is aware throughout that Clark Kent is Superman, based on the idea that, well what kind of Pulitzer-Prize winning reporter would she be if she couldn’t figure that out. The film ends with the death of General Zod and Clark Kent coming to work for the Daily Planet. In Batman v. Superman, we get a much more complicated story line. The evil genius, Lex Luther, sets out to ruin Superman’s reputation and make Batman and Superman hate each other, so he can have the fun of pitting one against the other in a battle to the death. In order to blackmail Superman to engage in this battle, Luther kidnaps Superman’s mother and threatens to kill her in a very unpleasant manner if Superman refuses to cooperate. Lex Luther is aware that Batman is Bruce Wayne and Superman is Clark Kent because, well what kind of an evil genius would he be if he couldn’t figure that out. The storyline for this mammoth 150 minute or so film was so involved that critics and audiences pretty much panned the film. I was not one of them. I loved Batman v. Superman and found the drawn-out story to be a plus. Just as he had in the comics some 15 years prior, Superman is killed in the end by a Kryptonian monster called Doomsday. Although everyone complained that Batman v. Superman was overlong, I preferred the Ultimate Edition that was released on Blu-Ray, which added an additional 20 minutes. Why? Because the added footage answered many questions and cleared up many murky plot points that were obscured by the over-editing of the theatrical version. Rather than too long, I felt that the film would have been much better had it been released to theatres in the longer version. While eagerly anticipating the sequel, we got to thrill to the origin story of Wonder Woman, Princess of the Amazons, in one of the best Super-Hero films ever made. Which brings us to the newest installment – Justice League. Convinced that an Earth-threatening menace is about to destroy the planet, Batman and Wonder Woman - I love that she is NEVER referred to in any of the scripts as Wonder Woman, she is simply Diana – decide to assemble a League of Super Heroes, by persuading Aqua Man, Cyborg and The Flash to join their forces. That much everyone knows, so that is where I will leave it. Suffice it to say that, hoping to avoid critic-bashing reminiscent of B v. S, the studio heads dictated that Justice League would not exceed two hours. Several scenes shown in previews of Justice League were abbreviated or eliminated to meet the time restriction. I am hoping for another “ultimate edition” that will include all the deleted scenes. Why? Because as a fan of the source material, why wouldn’t I want more? Speaking of fans of the source material, I would like to broach a subject that I have not seen addressed anywhere in reviews of films like this. I grew up in the 1960’s and was very much a fan of the DC Universe. Wonder Woman, Superman, Batman, Green Lantern, The Flash, Aqua-Man and other heroes of the DC Comic Books were my favorites. My best friend was a Marvel Fan. We spent hours good-naturedly arguing over whether The Hulk was a match for Green Lantern or if Wolverine could beat The Flash. Although we were rival fans, there was never anything mean about it. However, ever since “Super-Hero Movies” have become the rage, I see Marvel Fans actively spoiling for the demise of DC movies and DC fans wishing for the failure of the latest Marvel film. Go to any Amazon webpage of any of these films, and you will find fans of the “other” comics trashing the latest release. I just don’t understand that. So many Marvel fans, for instance, gleefully posted reviews warning viewers to stay away from B v. S, while on any Marvel movie page, you will find a DC fan or two tearing that apart. Why can’t people simply let others have their preference? For me, I have seen many Marvel films that I have enjoyed, while looking forward to the next DC release. I am content to let Marvel fans have their due, why do so many of them have to trash my favorite heroes? As far as I’m concerned, good Super-Hero films are always welcome, no matter what their source, and I wish people would stop acting like children.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Decays High Expectations but still a good movie

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      Jack
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      So to start off, this movie was a rushed project in comparison to Marvel's Cinematic Universe where they are currently at 3-5 movies a year while DC is seemingly lucky to produce about 1 movie every other year. You will lack a deeper connection to the characters and ironically Superman for once is the most involved and interesting character of the League. For long time comic readers who aren't too caught up in being the hipster "boy scout" bashers, Superman coming out on top in the League is not only pleasing but refreshing. Batfleck is tolerated by most and where the argument has been with previous actors of "who is the better Bruce Wayne/Batman" I feel for once I must include the relevancy of Ben Affleck's commitment and effort to portray both characters to the best of his ability. The key for me to get over the hump of Batfleck is to identify that Affleck is fully engaged in delivering to the point he's seeking to shape the story line through having read and absorbed the source material. You don't have to love him but give someone credit where it's due. Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman is a welcome surprise to the world in general and if you're not a Wonder Woman fan yet this movie will at the very least present the horizon so you can reconsider your flat earther ways. As far as Aquaman, Cyborg and The Flash... Aquaman as the Alpha/Omega personality was the perfect take and I really hope he becomes the unfriendly, demanding version in the future however currently he is much more humbled. Cyborg and The Flash were barely introduced and truthfully their dynamic isn't necessarily approached here where you have Speed and Intelligence playing send and return. Hopefully we'll get there but for now, much like this movie, you will brute your way through in hopes of a better dawn tomorrow. If you haven't read the 100+ issues of JLA Volume 3 then you are entirely missing out. Fully aware we are in this pseudo New 52 Era but I really do believe there will be many references to JLA Volume 3 as that is the JLA most of us readers in our 30's and 40's recognize, readers who can more easily afford to see movies all of the time as well as maintain an interest in them. While it would make more sense to remain with current comic events the fact is there is virtually not enough cast in the DC universe to execute anything significant. However JLA Volume 3 offers the most reasonable approach while also considering the current villain and anti-hero lineup. But why talk about all of this off handed stuff rather than the movie itself? This movie is more of an origin or signal of things to come. Unlike Marvel where they built up everything to Infinity War, DC made a good call to release Justice League and expand the cast as well as deliver a direction for the DC Cinematic Universe. You will want to be overly critical of it but honestly, don't do it. Watch it, digest it and play the role of the mindless youth eagerly awaiting the next releases.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

      League Unjustified

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      Hitsuyoo
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      The Justice League movie was a poorly produced piece of theatrical mess. As a huge Batman fan and a child of old DC comics, I feel like I was let down. Actually , Looking back at it, all movie fans were let down, to the point where we where all mining the movie's plot points and characters to find a small semblance of redeeming factors. To be honest, this movie was and is a huge mess that shouldn't have even been made yet. The Flash and Aqua-man where entertaining and Wonder Woman didn't have to do much ,as she has already cemented herself as the backbone of the whole team and franchise, by this point. As great as Superman is, his character is basically toned down to an overpowered sidekick. Ooooh, then there's the Batman. I feel so much pain right now. This version of the caped crusader is simply shameful. As brilliant as Batman is, he is portrayed as an old rich guy with revenge and regret issues. Not the genius level , master martial artist, super detective that has been known for. (He's basically the Chuck Norris of the DCU, for goodness sake.) Now he's just comic relief at it's weakest. I'm looking forward to the re-cast of that character. I can only recommend this movie to people that just need something playing in the background of a get together, where no one really stares directly the goings on. Just as something to distract from how great everything else is. To remind you that there are worst things out there than the hustle and bustle of their lives. DON'T EVEN RENT THIS MOVIE.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend



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