Zack Snyder's Justice League Reviews

  • Zack Snyder's Justice League
    • Genre : Action,Adventure,Fantasy
    • Release Date :
    • MPAA Rating : R
    • Duration : 240 minute(s)
    • Production Budget : -
    • Studio : HBO Max
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  • this fresh take, strictly from a creative and filmmaking standpoint is fascinating; So far, so very good, this "Justice League" proves a richer and more rewarding experience on almost every level; nobody frames superhero action more lovingly than Snyder
    by Brian Lowry [CNN ]
  • the director's four-hour cut is truly a new film - and a knockout; It's rooted in comic-book convention, but it's now told with a skillful grandeur that trumps the "Avengers" saga; It's a grand, nimble, and immersive entertainment..
    by Owen Gleiberman [Variety ]
  • the action sequences are far better as well and the cinematography, while still somewhat dreary, isn't as one-note as Zack Snyder's other films; But, despite everything, it has its fair of shining moments
    2.5 of 5 by Mae Abdulbaki [ScreenRant ]
  • more than just being superior to its 2017 counterpart, Zack Snyder's "Justice League" is an entertaining if overlong superhero flick in its own right. If this is the last DC film Snyder directs, it's a satisfactory exit
    3 of 5 by Amon Warmann [Empire Magazine ]
  • it's one of the best superhero adaptations yet, even better than Disney/Marvel's wrap-up of the "Avengers"; The plot might well be standard fare for superhero movies, but its execution and clear vision makes this one of the most exciting blockbusters
    3.5 of 4 by Randy Myers [Mercury News ]
  • in this bizarre refashioning of old material is marred by sleepy performances, cheesy subplots; Yet the overall arc of this Justice League coheres throughout, providing occasional dashes of intrigue & inspired visual conceits and sometimes it's even fun
    Review rate : C by Eric Kohn [IndieWire ]
  • HBO Max is finally premiering the "Snyder Cut", with backstory more engaging than its plot; Watching Snyder's intermittently rewarding epic—if nothing else a spectacle of completed vision—stirred up surprising emotions
    by Richard Lawson [Vanity Fair ]
  • compared to the glacial Marvel-Netflix Dramas, Snyder's "Justice League" is a chore. At the end, viewers are left with the promise that the actual cool things will happen next time. This cut is no worse than the theatrical edition, but it sure is longer
    Review rate : C- by Darren Franich [Entertainment Weekly ]
  • Ben Affleck and Henry Cavill are as insipid as ever but this new cut adds operatic colour to vapid original and a bold new ending; The film has something preposterous but surreal; Zack Snyder's film may be exhausting but it is engaging
    4 of 5 by Peter Bradshaw [The Guardian ]
  • at the time of its release, [the movie] could reasonably be called the most needlessly solemn, chore-like and joyless feature ever made about superheroes; even a good superhero flick (and this definitely isn't) shouldn't be this long
    by John DeFore [The Hollywood Reporter ]
  • at last, the wait is over for the director's cut - and it's long, but surprisingly enjoyable; There's a lot more to enjoy here than you'd expect; fans are sure to lap up every single extra minutes of this mammoth four hour long saga
    4 of 5 by Linda Marric [The Jewish Chronicle ]
  • actually, the Snyder cut is great; The four-hour "Justice League" do-over is ridiculous, excessive, and spectacular; Zack Snyder's film doesn't add much to that, but his style fills in the emotional depth; it's impossible not to be swept away
    by Karen Han [Slate Magazine ]
  • a bigger, bolder and ultimately better Justice League; It's all just far much too much: like a beautifully catered buffet with all your favourite things, you'll soon find yourself saying enough is enough and it's time to leave it alone
    3 of 5 by Scott Davis [HeyUGuys ]
  • "Zack Snyder's Justice League" is overlong, miserable and signifies nothing other than the potential of fandom to influence top-level creative decision-making
    by Hannah Woodhead [Little White Lies ]

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