Today i am going to share Review and Rating of recent release movie Justice League. It’s better than Batman v Superman. But it’s more successful as a trailer for Aquaman or TheFlash than as a movie of its own.
Fueled by his restored faith in humanity and inspired by Superman’s selfless act, Bruce Wayne enlists the help of his newfound ally, Diana Prince, to face an even greater enemy.
Chris Terrio (screenplay by), Joss Whedon (screenplay by)
Ben Affleck, Gal Gadot, Jason Momoa
Let’s discuss what internet says about this movie:
As both a Marvel and Dc fan, this movie exceed all of expectations. Such a great hype and action packed film. I loved every single character and how well they developed together. I would see this movie 10 more times!! The only flaws I saw with the movie was some CGI but hey. Not every movie is perfect, the visuals were amazing and was just a epic movie to sit and watch and bring to life finally.
Justice League leaps over a number of DC movies, but its single bound isn’t enough to shed the murky aesthetic, thin characters, and chaotic action that continue to dog the franchise.
Everyone involved in making “Justice League,” and everyone who will eventually see it, deserved something better than this.
Justice League suffers from a mediocre, mismatched script that undercuts its characters. But Jason Momoa and Ezra Miller make it work for them.
It is a completely jagged movie. The topsy-turvy script is distracting, but the movie’s main flaw is that Warner Bros. and original director-writer Zack Snyder (eventually replaced by Whedon) have no idea how to make Ben Affleck’s Batman a sympathetic figure.
I think the film’s lighter tone owes more to the massive success of Wonder Woman, which dared embrace its character’s altruism and goodness and was much better off for it. But Justice League’s cheeriness comes off as strained, to say the least. Wonder Woman is her usual magnetic self (Gadot’s superstar performances in all these movies are the best justification for their existence), but everyone else is laying on the charm a little thick, particularly Aquaman (a trident-carrying bro with a lion’s mane of hair) and The Flash (whose main power is wittily explaining just how anxious he is at any given moment).
Justice League is the Freddy Vs. Jason of the series. The Zack Snyder-directed and Chris Terrio-written movie (with a healthy helping of Joss Whedon on both fronts) is not very good, and frankly both would-be directorial visions feel watered-down. But it nails the core characters, and there is much pleasure in their interactions. Warts and all, it is unquestionably an enjoyable romp. Like Batman Forever back in the summer of 1995, Justice League is Warner Bros.’ attempt to retrofit their significant superhero property into a lighter, campier and more kid-friendly package. It is more artistically successful as a soft reboot than a stand-alone movie.
Justice League is rushed and sloppily made, with clear evidence throughout of its troubled and constantly refocussed development. Key shots from the trailers are nowhere to be found in the finished version, and what was once planned as the first of two ‘parts’ is now a standalone effort, but one that still feels like a lead-in to something bigger. When your franchise tent pole feels like a two-hour trailer for another film that may not ever materialise, you have a problem.