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The Flash is a movie starring Ben Affleck, Michael Keaton, and Ezra Miller. The plot is unknown. Feature film based on the comic book superhero, The Flash.

Ezra Miller, Ben Affleck, Michael Keaton
Adventure, Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy
Andy Muschietti

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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Adventure, Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy
Director Andy Muschietti
Writer Christina Hodson, Gardner Fox, Harry Lampert
Stars Ezra Miller, Ben Affleck, Michael Keaton
Country USA
Description The plot is unknown. Feature film based on the comic book superhero, The Flash.

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Sunday, 17 Jan 2021 13:46

This movie had me on the edge of my seat the entire time. There were many good parts, but it was extremely over-dramatic and a little over-the-top in parts. The plot, which I saw was something that could be pulled off very well in a television series or a movie, seemed to be ripped off from some other movie. I'm not sure if that is a good thing, but if it is, I wish the writers had worked with their script. On the other hand, if you like a movie that has great plot, some good actors, and can be totally believable, this is the movie for you. The acting was good for the most part, but there were parts of the script that were pretty weak. The plot and the action scenes were also pretty good. The Flash was a very well-done hero. I liked the Flash, but I think he could have been a bit more dynamic. He was a little slow and had a really weak accent. I also thought the characters in this movie were a little weak. The Flash had some good qualities and I would love to see him in a live-action movie someday. However, I didn't find the Flash's villain really threatening. The Flash's acting was also good. I thought the Flash was a very cool hero. He had a strong sense of justice, and I think he had a strong sense of loyalty to the people of Earth. I think he would have made an amazing villain, but he did not have the charisma or the "coolness" that Barry Allen had. Overall, I thought this movie was good, but I would have preferred to see a villain who had more of a villainous personality. Also, I think they could have done a better job at explaining the nature of the villain. Overall, I recommend this movie to anyone who wants to see a superhero movie. I think it is worth watching, but it could have been better.
Monday, 07 Dec 2020 14:44

Brought back to life by "Barry Allen" in the Flash TV series of the 90's, this modern day adventure continues the old Flash's history as we watch a hero gone rogue. Meanwhile, Barry Allen (played by the same man who played Superman in the 1980s) begins to unravel a threat that could shake the universe, and threatens to destroy Barry's love life as well. I know that this is going to sound a little bit too over the top for some people, but I actually think that this film is pretty damn great. I'm a fan of the TV series and have read many of the comics and movies and I still enjoy watching them. This film is very close to the source material, but with a few minor changes that I think add to the story and make the film a little more enjoyable. The thing that I think the writers did that I think they could have done without was adding the romance between Iris and Barry. I think it just seemed forced. It also doesn't seem to fit with the tone of the film and felt out of place. I also think that we don't see enough of the Flash. He's the main character and he's so great at what he does. He's a good hero and it's his job to save the world, but the writers have given him very little screen time. I think that the writers could have given him a little more to do and I think they should have used more of the Flash and less of Barry. I also think that the writers should have shown the Flash's secret identity. I don't think that it was necessary. I also think that the writers should have shown more of the Reverse Flash, which is the same character in this film. I think that he would have made a much better villain than he did in this film. In conclusion, I think that this film is definitely worth watching, especially if you like the TV series. I think that this film has much more depth than the first film and is a much better film overall. I give it a B+.
Tuesday, 03 Nov 2020 07:56

The Flash (2016) is an adaptation of the famous DC Comics character of the same name, who in turn is a superhero of the same name. The film is directed by Shane Black (Moon, Dr. Strangelove), who in the past has done a number of movies dealing with the similar subject matter: Sucker Punch, Shaun of the Dead, and probably most notably, The Good, the Bad and the Ugly. The cast in this movie includes Brandon Routh (The Killing of a Sacred Deer, Sui Dhaaga's War of the Worlds), Allen Garfield (The Expendables 2, "Batman vs Superman") as Barry Allen, Jay Hernandez (a.k.a. Samuel L. Jackson) as Jesse Wells, Candice Patton (a.k.a. Charlize Theron) as Iris West, and, of course, the aforementioned, Michael B. Jordan (in a cameo role) as Joe West. In other words, the cast is basically the same as that in the previous two films, which is a good thing. What makes the film different from other superhero films, is the fact that this time the hero is a teen who is the Flash, a superhero who can change the speed of his/her/its equipment, can control electricity, and have super powers, with a speed of light. So, why the name of the film? Why not simply call it Flash or Speedster? The story of the film is pretty good, although not very original. However, this is not a bad thing, because it does not mean that the story is bad. The action sequences are extremely fast-paced, and are some of the best I have seen in any superhero film, which makes this film a very enjoyable experience. Although the film is a good film, it is not perfect. First of all, the Flash is portrayed by Brandon Routh, who is a pretty good actor. I do not know why, but I find his acting in this film to be a little bit awkward. I am not sure why, but the story of the film, which takes place in the future, feels a little bit different from the one in the previous films. The film is a little bit more focused on Barry Allen than in the previous films, which might be because I think the Flash and his relationship with his father is a little bit more important here, although I would not say that is a bad thing. The Flash is a good film, which does not disappoint, but I

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