Justice League

Justice League

Justice League

Director Zack Snyder, with the support of Joss Whedon, follows up Man of Steel and Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice with this superhero ensemble film featuring DC's finest. Henry Cavill returns as Superman, as does Ben Affleck as Batman and Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman. They are joined by Aquaman (Jason Momoa, Game of Thrones) The Flash (Ezra Miller, We Need to Talk About Kevin) and Cyborg (newcomer Ray Fisher). Fueled by Superman's selfless act at the conclusion of Dawn of Justice, Bruce Wayne enlists earth's mightiest to face an even greater enemy.

2017Rating: M, Action violence120 minsUSA
ActionAdventureFantasyBlockbuster
Director:
Zack Snyder ('Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice', 'Man of Steel', 'Watchmen', '300')
Writer:
Chris TerrioZack SnyderJoss Whedon
Cast:
Ben AffleckHenry CavillGal GadotJason MomoaEzra MillerAmber HeardJeremy IronsAmy Adams

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Justice League / Reviews

Flicks, Aaron Yap

Flicks, Aaron Yap

Justice League? More like Justice Beleaguered amirite. The DC Extended Universe finally have their own Avengers to play with, but it’s a case of one step forward, two steps back for the franchise. Earlier this year, Wonder Woman delivered a satisfying, emotionally stirring superhero outing that could match the high-flying consistency of Marvel’s efforts (by DC’s patchy standards anyway). By contrast, this expedited team-up is a colossal, garish shambles that offers minor relief by being a smidgen less painful than Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.

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Variety

Variety

As a piece of product, “Justice League” is “superior” to “Batman v Superman,” but it’s also about as close to generic as a sharp-witted high-octane comic-book movie can get.

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Time Out

Time Out

Even Justice League's jaunty, cavorting orchestral score, supplied by Tim Burton's old foil Danny Elfman, harks back to a better time, when "Why so serious?" wasn't the rule. The pendulum swings.

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The Guardian

The Guardian

Ben Affleck’s unconvincing Batman deadens the long-awaited DC adventure as superheroes team up to save planet Earth from destruction, but not boredom.

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Sydney Morning Herald

Sydney Morning Herald

DC's trademark darkness [gives] way to a brand of sentimental uplift that Snyder, Whedon and company apparently see as necessary in our own dark times.

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Newsroom

Newsroom

The sense of déjà vu in this heroes assemble film is almost stifling, it feels like much is an identikit of all-too-familiar elements and tropes.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

This hodgepodge throws a bunch of superheroes into a mix that neither congeals nor particularly makes you want to see more of them in future. Plainly put, it's simply not fun.

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Collider

Collider

...sure, Justice League is better than Batman v Superman, but that doesn’t make it good.

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