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2021

Zack Snyder's Justice League is a movie starring Amy Adams, Ben Affleck, and Henry Cavill. Zack Snyder's director's cut of Justice League (2017).

Starring
Amy Adams, Ben Affleck, Ray Fisher, Henry Cavill
Genres
Action, Sci-Fi, Adventure, Fantasy
Director
Zack Snyder

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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Action, Sci-Fi, Adventure, Fantasy
Director Zack Snyder
Writer Chris Terrio, Chris Terrio, Zack Snyder
Stars Amy Adams, Ben Affleck, Ray Fisher, Henry Cavill
Country USA
Also Known As Justice League Snyder Cut, Zack Snyder's Liên Minh Công Lý
Description Zack Snyder's director's cut of Justice League (2017).

Top reviews

Thursday, 15 Oct 2020 07:54

I like a lot of the themes in this movie. As someone who has been following the DC Extended Universe since The Dark Knight, I loved the fact that they were still trying to "expand the story". This was part of the reason I liked it so much. However, this was also the reason I didn't like it. If this movie was going to be solely about action, you would be able to get into the story and it would have been just as good. But it is not. It is a middle film in a trilogy and the film opens up with Superman dying. You have no idea what to do, and it is never explained. In the middle of the film, we get into the Justice League and you can see that these guys are at war with each other. Batman and Wonder Woman are trying to control Superman while Jor-El and Lara-Su are trying to keep him from destroying the Earth. The film is the best of the two films that were following. It is a very well-written script, with some great special effects and a good action scene. I like the fact that the story is more about trying to extend the story than trying to tell a different story, but I am still not 100% on that. It is an extremely important film in the DC Extended Universe. It is very well written, with great characters and great action, but some scenes are just so weird, it is hard to swallow them. I do not understand why the Joker is so happy and is laughing, because in the film, he is laughing in his sleep and he is being hit by bullets. I also did not understand how Batman became Batman and why he can do his superhuman strength without his body. I am not even sure how he is able to throw things with a rope. He has an arrow that is shot from his wrist, and he can throw it like a paper airplane. He can also throw stuff with his mind and he can see everything around him, yet he is blind. I also did not understand how he can communicate with people, because he has no sense of hearing. I was very confused and disappointed. If you have seen the trailers, you should see the movie. If you don't see the trailer, then you might not like the movie, but you will enjoy it. If you are a comic book fan, then you will like it. I think the film is not going to please everyone, because some people will not like it. But I do not think it is going to please everyone. If you do not like it, then it is probably because you are not a comic book fan. I think
Sunday, 04 Oct 2020 03:48

For the most part, Zack Snyder's Justice League is a good movie. I think it's one of the best of the DC film universe (just not as good as Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice, but still good). And as I mentioned before, it's actually better than Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice. But not good enough to beat Justice League. The movie goes in a similar path to the rest of the DC films. So many of the movie's plot points are lifted directly from other movies (like Batman v Superman, Superman: Dawn of Justice, Batman: Arkham Knight, etc.). And the most egregious one is the Joker. The Joker's not in the film much, and I'm guessing it was probably because the studio decided it's much more profitable to pull something out of the comics to be exploited. That said, he is still a very big plot point in the film. But there's still more than enough story to tell. The acting is surprisingly good. Jason Mamoa's performance is the one that most people will remember. He did a phenomenal job. Gal Gadot is just as good, but she's even better than Mamoa. Ezra Miller does an equally good job. The thing I didn't like about the film was the "butterfly effect" effect. It's all over the place, and it makes the film feel like it was rushed. But I think it's all for the best. The Justice League movies are now officially a bit of a joke. They've run their course, and while there's nothing really bad to say about them, the movies will only become dated and ridiculous in the future. But when people start complaining about what the heck they're doing now that DC is taking over the world, well, you know I'm just glad there's a line somewhere to stop them from killing this franchise. 7.5/10
Friday, 04 Sep 2020 01:26

Not bad. Kind of a mixed bag. The plot is fairly thin and feels like a student film from someone not familiar with the DC comics. The characters are the same as I remembered. They're the same as I remembered. Nothing was new. On the plus side, the visuals are awesome. The original Nolan Batman movie did this and so did Batman Begins. They do it with style. The action was better in this film and I felt like they paid a lot more attention to the action and it was visually breathtaking. However, they over extended the film in terms of the tone and the fighting. The action seemed to be over rushed and not used to its full potential. I felt like they did a lot of action sequences and then cut to some slow motion for some reason. The fight scenes felt to be a little too long and drawn out. In terms of the other side of the coin, it was a lot better than I remembered. The effects were a lot more convincing in this film and they used the environment better in comparison to the previous two. The mood of the film was darker. The character of Batman was a lot more complex and there were a lot more layers to the character. Batman Begins was gritty and dark and this film is dark and gritty. I felt like the character development was better. I did like the action though. It was a lot better than I remembered. The script was decent. They kept it a little more realistic than the other two. It felt like they added a little more realism. The writing felt a little bit more realistic. I don't know how they did that though. Overall, it was a little better than I remembered. It felt a little more realistic and the writing was better. I really liked this movie. I don't know why it was so bad so I'll see if I can recall the other two. They were also pretty bad.
Thursday, 03 Sep 2020 01:34

I am not the biggest comic book fan and I can't say that this movie is the best ever, but it was better than many people say it is. My favorite scene in the film was when Superman arrives on Earth and is visited by Lex Luthor, who just says, "Come to Earth" and then cuts to "Are you ready?" and Superman replies, "What planet do you live on?" and Luthor replies, "Earth." Superman then says, "Come on, let's go to Earth." The whole scene made me smile and laugh, I think they made a good decision for Superman's dialog. I also liked how Superman and Batman had the same sense of humor. I think the story was good, the plot was good, but I felt like they could have done a lot more with Superman's origin story. They could have had Superman learn his powers from some sort of machine instead of just learning from his mother, which was a great concept. I also like that Batman and Superman were in love, so if you are a fan of the comics you should like this movie, but don't get too attached to the movie, because some people may hate it for it. For those of you who do not like the movies, you may not like this movie, but if you are a fan of the comics, then you should go see it, because it was a good movie and I think that people are giving it low ratings because they are spoiled by their own imagination. Justice League is a good movie, but I am not saying it is the best movie of all time. In my opinion, that would be Thor: The Dark World, which was amazing. I hope that fans will wait for the upcoming Batman and Superman movie because it will be even better.
Sunday, 14 Jun 2020 21:23

I have to say, I was very pleasantly surprised by the way this film turned out. I can't wait to see the rest of the DC universe and what it can bring us. I was really excited to see the whole Justice League team. I was hoping they'd be awesome. However, they're all great. They all have great chemistry, some of them were even super funny. I can't wait to see what they do next. I was also hoping for a lot more of Batman. He was really the only one who showed his actual flaws. I think this movie actually did a good job of showing how Batman is feeling and how he deals with the fear that he can't control. I also really enjoyed the chemistry between Superman and Batman. They both have a great dynamic and I'm hoping they'll be together in future movies. I also liked how it was able to show us what the people who make the Justice League are like and why they're doing what they're doing. There were a few things I didn't like. The movie had some annoying parts but they were still very entertaining. I did like how the movie turned out but there were a few things I wanted more of. I think they should've gotten a little bit more of Cyborg's story. There were a couple things that they did that were pretty unrealistic. They did show an example but it's hard to believe they could actually create a character like this. I really liked the scenes in which Batman finds out about the Justice League and his friends. He gets to be a character again. They showed some of Batman's history and it was entertaining. I also thought that they showed Bruce Wayne's anger and his pain at the loss of his parents. There were also a few things that they did that were a bit off-base and a bit out of character. The Justice League in general was awesome. I'm excited for what's to come in the next film. The acting was good and the directing was awesome. I think this movie was the best DC movie since the Dark Knight. It is definitely worth seeing. I don't know what to expect from the next film but I'm hoping that it is amazing. I don't want to say anything but I'm really looking forward to the next one. I hope they do a better job with the villains.


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