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Justice League (2017) - This is why we can't have nice things

directed by Zack Snyder

Batman, Wonder Woman and friends save the world from space viking Steppenwolf. Alien artifacts are involved.

This is not going to be a conventional review, for different reasons. 853 more words

In-Justice League

Zack Snyder’s third entry in the DC Universe speeds along like a Joss Whedon film (no surprise since screenwriter Whedon took over directing and post-production after Snyder had to drop out late in the game.) This might be a good thing under other circumstances — like if it was actually a Joss Whedon film — except it only serves to make the move feel schizophrenic and confused. 1,065 more words

Current Reviews

Film Review - Justice League

A very troubled production history has beleaguered DC’s Justice League film. It had already been plagued by reshoots when personal tragedy meant director Zack Snyder had to be replaced by Joss Whedon. 309 more words


Justice League

It’s impossible to review Justice League, the long awaited cinematic outing for DC’s flagship superhero team, without inviting comparisons to Marvel’s own movie teams. The previous films in the DC Extended Universe (Man of Steel, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, Suicide Squad, Wonder Woman) have all been part of a poorly executed plan to catch up with the wildly successful Marvel Cinematic Universe. 958 more words


Justice League: A DC coming of age story? (Part one)

DC properties have suffered in the past from a kind of pushy parent syndrome. Fans and critics alike have all had very clear ideas about exactly where past DC cinema has been deficient, and exactly how it might be improved. 441 more words


Blind Justice: A Review of Zack Snyder's 'Justice League'

Not long into Justice League, we get a bird’s eye view of the streets of London, and as the camera tilts up, we find Wonder Woman standing on top of a golden statue of Lady Justice. 801 more words


Justice League Review (spoilers)

Finally its here! If you’ve been following me on here or on my Twitter you would know how much I was looking forward to this film. 2,016 more words