Justice League is Dark, Gritty & Beautiful to Watch. Thank You For Your Fan Service (Review)

Justice League is Dark, Gritty & Beautiful to Watch. Thank You For Your Fan Service (Review)

Hot on the heels of Thor: Ragnarok comes the DC superhero movie: Justice League.  I’m not sure when this happened, but at some point I think I started liking Marvel better than DC.  Marvel’s just so charismatic, like the boyfriend all your friends like, he’s smart, he’s funny, goofy but lovable and always ‘on’.  Whereas DC is the guy who is has a nice job, a nice car, takes himself way too seriously but has an amazing set of abs because he spends all his time at the gym.  They’re both great in their own ways and both pretend the other doesn’t exist and this week it was DC’s turn for my attentions.  This review is completely spoiler free, except for the part about the horse. Read more

Hope Springs Eternal for DC Movies with Justice League (Review)

Hope Springs Eternal for DC Movies with Justice League (Review)

The road to Justice League, which brings together some of DC Comics’ most iconic superheroes, has not been without its share of debate or controversy. Up until this summer’s crowd-pleasing Wonder Woman, the three previous entries in the DC Extended Universe (which include Man of Steel, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, and Suicide Squad) were hotly debated amongst both fans and critics for their movie’s storytelling decisions and character developments that showed DC Comics’ characters in different lights. While each of them was a box office success, it was apparent that it wasn’t enough to win over audiences. Fast forward to today and Justice League is viewed as a course correction for Warner Brothers’ DCEU going forward. While Justice League certainly has its issues and isn’t exactly coherent at times, each of the movie’s superhero characters are more than satisfying and help make the superhero team up an enjoyable action romp.

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