I think it's too much to tell in a single movie about everything happens to batman, superman and wonder woman. that's why the movie is quite "jumpy" in the plot, but overall I can say it's OK, not the best, but averagely met my requirement somehow
Honestly I don't understand why the critics are tearing it up so much. I'd say it's like a 7/10 and I'm a HUGE DC fan. I liked how convoluted the story was and how there were multiple story lines and subplots at once. I liked the nods to future movies in the works. This was mostly a movie to show the world what they have coming. I think people expected it to be a versus movie and it really isn't focused on that very much.
Sure Lex Luthor was the original one in comics and not the modern adaptation as a suave ceo but I think he will evolve into that over time. I could have used more hopeful Superman moments that inspired the people to be better. Wonder Woman was awesome as hell.
It's a VERY ambitious movie. They didn't deliver with all the plot points but the delivery with the various characters is gonna lead us into a Justice League movie. They've laid the foundation for everything coming which could've taken several movies worth of stuff if they did it the traditional way.
Haven't watched it, I didn't have a good feeling about it to begin with to be honest. The whole movie reeked of desperation and crammed casting, especially when you introduce like a gajillion Justice League members in one movie.
I hear Ben Affleck did surprisingly well as Batman though, hope that's true.
Didn't hate it, but it certainly wasn't good. a lot of it was annoying and parts near the end were pretty corny and forced. If you do see the movie, do so on a week day before 4pm so you can get the discounted price
It was a great movie that had a level of complexity, undertone, and implicit history that isn't seen in most superhero films. I think, personally, the majority of people who didn't like it honestly didn't understand it. I'm not saying it was perfect but it's nowhere near as bad as "critics" are making it out to be
Batman had some moments I didn't like. Superman was underutilized. And there's a few scenes I was disappointed by. But overall I enjoyed it a lot. I mean I could sit here and nitpick but I know I'd watch it over and over. Especially to pick apart the social commentary I noticed but couldn't completely follow all the way through. It's on par with (if not better) than the marvel movies of today. I went in expecting shit and got a pretty good surprise.