Justice League (BD)
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Justice League (Blu-ray) (BD)
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. Together, Batman and Wonder Woman work quickly to find and recruit a team of metahumans to stand against this newly awakened threat. But despite the formation of this unprecedented league of heroes—Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Cyborg and The Flash—it may already be too late to save the planet from an assault of catastrophic proportions.]]>
- Road to Justice
- Heart of Justice
- Technology of the Justice League
- Justice League: The New Heroes
- Steppenwolf the Conqueror
- Scene Studies: Revisiting the Amazons
- Scene Studies: Wonder Woman’s Rescue
- Scene Studies: Heroes Park
- Scene Studies: The Tunnel Battle
- Suit Up: The Look of the League
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For me, as a lover of both Marvel and DC comics all my life, this was just as epic as the Avengers in that I was seeing these amazing heroes come to life. The idea that it was a jumble of Snyder/Whedon and that it was a Frankenmovie... I just don't get it. The team dynamic and little moments were good to me (especially considering that there was not a lot of universe building ala Marvel - which you cannot and should not compare it to).
I do feel like they powered down Wonder Woman versus the power she ultimately built up to in her own movie. That being said, I still dug it quite a bit. Steppenwolf CGI is not the best I could have hoped for (Earth 2 version would have looked cooler). So that kind of sucked. Cutting the running time down to finish under 2 hours kind of sucks too and I wish we also would have had a pay off from the scenes in Batman v. Superman but alas.
Again, not the perfect super hero movie but considering all the second guessing and whatnot, it is something the average movie goer that enjoys these types of movies will enjoy. The nitpicker micro analyzers have killed the joy of it all and that's a shame. Check the critiques at the door, get your popcorn, turn up the sound and enjoy.
But this? This is hot garbage. This is unwatchable. That's a shame because I was very excited to see Jason Momoa and Ezra Miller do well in this. And, more or less, they did. The Flash is the most enjoyable part of this film. The Flash is pulling a real-life Flashpoint Paradox on DC films, only it's not working.
The line I turned off the TV and tried to forget this monstrosity of a movie?
Batman: This isn't the plan!
Alfred: This is the team!
I have never given up on a movie until now. Whoever wrote that line... Whichever actors held their tongues instead of calling out such a godawful exchange... They all deserve to be chased out of Hollywood.