Fueled by his restored faith in humanity and inspired by Superman’s selfless act, Bruce Wayne enlists newfound ally Diana Prince to face an even greater threat. Together, Batman and Wonder Woman work quickly to recruit a team to stand against this newly awakened enemy. Despite the formation of an unprecedented league of heroes – Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Cyborg and the Flash – it may be too late to save the planet from an assault of catastrophic proportions.
First of all, I would like to clarify there was plot holes but not as big as everyone is saying there is. At the start of the movie, you see batman fighting a parademon and struggling. Later in the movie, however, he manages to fight heaps of them off. I would like to say why he was struggling to fight it at first was because he was trying to trap it not kill it. He wanted to know what it was in better detail. That could be me being biased but I see batman as a character who investigates a lot more than fights. Another plot hole though was how Barry got his suit. When we get to know him in the film and BVS, you notice he doesn’t have a suit and he’s very low profile about his powers. Barry in the movies is poor and I can’t see how he managed to get a suit like the one he has. But Barry is incredibly smart and like Peter Parker scavenges for scraps if it’s useful
Secondly, just like BVS, I feel as though the movie was humanizing for the main characters as it bring out sides I haven’t seen from the characters in this adaptation series of DC films. It showed how Bruce Wayne felt guilty, he knew that the world needed Superman not Batman. Diana’s past with Steve Trevor was brought up and she reacted like any human being would. Kal-El (Clark Kent) was brought to the reality of humanity. To me, yes it was a light-hearted film but it had very humanising moments. The Justice League is known as Gods but for me it’s a group of humans with god-like powers.
I know I haven’t wrote a lot as it takes a while for it to sink in but I feel like justice league is good movie. I don’t necessarily agree with the more revealing outfits of some of the amazons. I also don’t necessarily agree with wonder woman looking weaker than she is (I believe she was portrayed that way because her mind was elsewhere, dealing with memories resurfacing and knowing that she hasn’t fully moved on from Steve Trevor-there’s a scene where she’s discussing this with Victor Stone/Cyborg). There were a lot of flaws I don’t agree with but In the end, I enjoyed the movie because for me it was a revolutionary moment where I was reliving my childhood when I was watching Batman: The Brave and The Bold and Justice league (cartoon series) etc. I loved how the movies seemed more realistic when it comes to the characters showing humanity and love because it reminds me of how all these characters started somewhere whether it was as a human, god or alien. In the end, they didn’t know much of the world they were/are in. This probably doesn’t make much sense because I’m still fuzzy on detail and not much editing was done, also it’s 35°c where I am in Australia.
Anyways, if you like it, you like it, if you don’t, you don’t. Just don’t hate on me or anyone for this matter for liking a movie in their ball court because everyone has a right to an opinion whether it’s valid or not.
Directed by: Zack Snyder Cast: Ben Affleck, Gal Gadot, Henry Cavill, Jason Momoa, Ezra Miller, Ray Fisher, Amy Adams, Jeremy Irons, Diane Lane, J.K Simmons So after seeing Justice League tonight, it is absolutely clear, that the DCEU is terrible at story and world building. Granted it was still an enjoyable movie, however it needs work. I hate pitting DC against Marvel, but the truth is, is that…
After much positive feedback from the first episode, our host returns this time to explain the importance of today’s new theatrical release “Justice League” (directed by Zack Snyder). In this unofficial prelude, The Real Clemente explains the momentum leading up to this movie and why everyone, even those uninterested, will appreciate this humongous achievement in film-making.
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Justice League (2017) Starring: Ben Affleck, Gal Gadot, Henry Cavill, Ezra Miller, Jason Momoa, Ray Fisher, Jeremy Irons, Amy Adams, Diane Lane, J.K. Simmons Directed by: Zack Snyder Synopsis: Ancient villain from another dimension seeks 3 boxes hidden on earth to some villainy misdeeds with. Batman and Wonder Woman seek other…
The first half is a scattered mess as they try to handle far too much setup and backstory, but the second half is actually tons of fun with great character dynamics and some of the best action sequences from the DCU yet.
De superhelden Batman, Superman, Super Woman, The Flash en Cyborg vechten samen in The Justice League Na het succes van Wonder Woman had DC en Warner Bros de hoop weer helemaal terug te zijn op het juiste pad. Toch hadden de filmstudio’s de vorige team film Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice nog in het achterhoofd zitten. Daarom is er van alles aan gedaan, vooral achter de schermen, om Justice…
I totally enjoyed watching this movie. It continues the story Batman v Superman and Wonder Woman. Each of them have something they have to work on, something they are trying to deal with. Lose, justice… They come together, become a team and the seed of friendship is planted. This group is darker, they are still healing but I think that is what makes them help each other face their own demons.
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Regie: Zack Snyder Gesehen am: 17.11.2017 Wertung: 00/10
„It isn‘t filled with power. It is power.“
Zack Snyder macht sich daran, mit „Justice League“ sein Opus Magnus zu präsentieren, und kreiert dabei die größte Gurke seiner nicht-Gurken-armen Karriere…
Marvel hat gezeigt, dass eine große Hollywood-Comic-Verfilmung und ein gewisser Anspruch an die Handlung und Figurenentwicklung sich nicht widersprechen müssen. Die „Justice League“, die Snyder dem geneigten Publikum hier jedoch präsentiert, könnte sich ihrer Mission entsprechend jedoch nur gerecht werden, wenn sie sich um drastische Selbstzensur bemüht und jede weitere öffentliche Vorführung ihres Abenteuers mit vereinten Superkräften verhindert. Das schlichte Ausmaß, indem hier jede einzelner Figur vorgeführt, lächerlich gemacht und verschandelt wird, während sie sich gemeinsam an so etwas wie die letzten rudimentären Fetzen einer Handlung klammern, entführt den Zuschauer in eine Welt des Grauens, indem ihm die Haare vor Fremdscham zu Berge stehen. Jetzt könnte man ja einbringen, dass es in vergleichbaren Filmen nun Mal gerne heißt - style over substance – und dass das einzig relevante Kriterium sein sollte, ob man gut unterhalten wird oder nicht. Man denke an die Transformers-Filme – großer Schwachsinn, großer Spaß. Und tatsächlich könnte genau dies der Aspekt sein, durch den Snyders Film eventuell doch noch in die Filmgeschichte eingeht, erschafft er doch eine Blaupause dafür, wie man CGI effektiv dafür einsetzen kann, völlig sinnentleerten Kitsch zu erschaffen, der noch den letzten Die-Hard-Fan dazu bringen kann, beim Einschlafen in sein Popcorn zu sabbern. Sollten sie also Schlafprobleme haben, versuchen sie es doch einmal mit der „Justice League“-Methode. Der Fortschritt der Medizin sollte sich aller Mittel bedienen, die ihm zur Verfügung stehen.
The never ending barrage of superhero films continues this week as DC rolls out the latest installment in their oft-maligned universe. Things are looking up for DC this year, as Wonder Woman scored with critics and audiences, and Zack Snyder and Joss Whedon are tasked with continuing that trend. Can Gal Gadot, Jason Momoa, and company keep the ball rolling in Justice League? Check out our…