Snyder continues to make films that feel as if the art department head has accidentally found himself in the director's chair. Why his films consistently lack the fizz and crackle of the MCU is twofold: the writing is only there to service the visuals, and DC need a Kevin Feige to corral its vision. There, I said it: in this field, the producer is more important than the director.
Not bad. The usual Snyder vision is a little watered down here, but it still has enough eye-popping compositions, clearly defined moving parts and slow motion goodness to please this viewer. Interesting unpretentious characterization too.
I did like the part where The Flash was coming up behind Superman and he turned his head to look at him, and The Flash was like 'oh shit.' That was kind of badass and seemed like a genuine Zack Snyder moment. Unfortunately, the rest of the movie was produced by the studio.
There's enough Snyder-esque DNA left here to make me wonder about the movie we would have gotten if the filmmaker had been allowed to conclude the story he's been building to since 2013 - there was clearly the potential for a smashing finale. In its place, the product we got left me feeling like I'd just witnessed a pretty good but not great entry in the "Fast & Furious" series, only this time with super powers.
Flash listening to BLACKPINK in his basement. Superman's hairy chest. The superb Wonder Woman and the badass style of her Amazons. Justice League has ist pros... but then Aquaman arrives with a tsunami of cons. Innocuous supervillain, cringeworthy jokes, stereotypical characters, just to name a few. DC is really struggling to reach Marvel's level of excellence.
A lazy, atonal, & choppy mess. It's not a total disaster like BVS but few films are. It has one of the worst villains in memory. He's Steppenwolf, he consists of shitty CGI, & he wants glowing boxes that will help him destroy the world. TBH, I'm not even sure if he wanted to destroy the world, it seemed to me like he just really dug glowing boxes. I guess everyone has weird fetishes. Such as people liking this film
Not as sloppy or as ill-conceived as you'd expect a $300 million Zack Snyder/Joss Whedon-rescued hot mess to be, but don't take that as high-praise. The most noteworthy attribute about "Justice League" is how frequently awful the acting is; I'd be willing to bet the inevitable porn parody will feature more convincing performances. To boot, there's no sense of danger and Ezra Miller's Flash is downright insufferable.
Abundancia de huecos argumentales, humor forzado y una trama totalmente predecible definen este insipido film que supuestamente debería ser la gran apoteósis de DC Comics hasta el momento, el cuál procura omitir el tono adulto y los escasos atisbos de complejidad argumental de las entregas anteriores, preocupandose en copiar los convencionalismos que tanto éxito le ha dado a Marvel, con resultados más bien penosos.