Justice League (2017)
Starring: Ben Affleck , Henry Cavill , Gal Gadot , Ezra Miller , Jason Momoa , Ray fisher etc.
Director: Zack Snyder
Screenplay: Josh whedon , Chris Terrio.
Bruce Wayne and Diana are gathering a team of superhumans to stop a catastrophic threat called Steppenwolf.
Nearly 2 hour long JL provides nothing but entertainment.
No heroic speeches, No deep thoughts, No social messages just pure entertainment.
Critics heavily panned it, I don't know why? for being true to its comic book genre ?? Or because it was too kid friendly (in comparison to Dark Knight trilogy or Wolverine)??
I've seen Thor: Ragnarok (will post my review soon)And critics called it the most funniest marvel film and blah blah!!
For me Justice League is no less than Ragnarok because Thor movies has well established characters and has two prequels
but in JL there are 3 new characters and it's not easy to introduce three characters for the first time and placing them in main plot and giving them enough space to perform but somehow the makers managed to do that. Yes,the storyline was wafer thin but remember it's not drama or thriller it's just a comic book movie, why we care for story when we are having fun.
Dialogues were witty and funny and provided good laughs.
All the lead actors had given their best. Affleck looked mature and sincere as Bruce Wayne and he had performed nicely. Gal, she was just simply superb. Miller got some quirky lines and he delivered them very well. Ray and Jason were good too, actually the chemistry among Affleck, Jason, Ray and Miller was too good.
Henry Cavill as Superman was great , His entry was well placed in the plot , credit goes to the writers.
VFX and CGI were awesome but the bad guy wasn't menacing at all. Action scenes were amazing
Direction was nice.
My ratings ⭐⭐⭐1/2out of 5, Stay away if you're a documentary watcher 😁!! #Copy#movie#movies#film#tv#reviews#cinema#fact#didyouknow#moviefacts#warnerbrosstudios#screenplay#director#filmreviews#justiceleague#act#dcuniverse#movienight#hollywood#netflix#cinephilecommunityreviews#comics#cinemagraph