Fueled by his restored faith in humanity and inspired by Superman's selfless act, Bruce Wayne and Diana Prince assemble a team of metahumans consisting of Barry Allen, Arthur Curry, and Victor Stone to face the catastrophic threat of Steppenwolf and the Parademons who are on the hunt for three Mother Boxes on Earth.Wikipedia
Justice League Reviews
Justice League is like a baked cheesy- potato dish, which has no nutrition but you can't resist its temptation. A decent follow-up to disastrous Batman vs Superman, the film still has hope to get better, only if they let Wonder Woman to lead and not any other way around. Watch it for all the five years of excitement and to see the team standing against the sunset- a scene that will definitely bring the cartoon series nostalgia back in some form. Oh and also for the 'promised hope', that is lying somewhere inside the series; we just need a Patty Jenkins to find it and execute in next one.
The film's smartest move is to recognise that Gal Gadot is the beating heart of this enterprise.
It’s the sum of all its predecessors’ parts; as grand as Man of Steel, as murky as Batman v Superman, as messy as Suicide Squad, and as hopeful as Wonder Woman.
While the characters and their camaraderie is fab, the plot is incoherent and flat.
Fisher makes most of his defined backstory, Momoa is pure swagger but it’s Ezra Miller’s goofy charm and spontaneous humour in a Spidey-Stark reminiscent equation with Batman that evokes the maximum laughs. They are the only reason why nearly two hours of Justice League's blobby structure, sullen palette and superfluous battles are all right to endure.
Replace your skeptical lens with 3D glasses, and cheer along with your childhood heroes; 'Justice League' is made for the fans, and if you're one, you'll have a lot of fun.
The dark seriousness of 'Batman Vs Superman' may have taken its toll I guess. The few engaging moments here and Gal Gadot, aren't able to lift this nearly incoherent, noisy and short-fused experience to gratifying. This may not be a 'Suicide Squad' but it's certainly no 'Avengers' either!
The only positive aspect in this extravagant jaunt is the post-credits scene which promises something worth keeping your interest in this franchise. At this point, however, any hopes for this getting better in quality are very low.
Justice League is a much better film than Batman vs Superman and even though it’s not THE superhero film of the year, we recommend you go watch it for the love of your favourite superheroes.
It is an ensemble of poorly built characters who band together to stop the villain from annihilating the world.
Audience Reviews for Justice League
A big-time entertainer with many backward jerks, DC Justice League still works because its ultimate protector is Gal Gadot- her wonder woman shines in a fine light. But I am still not sure whether to recommend the movie or not. Go watch, but decide yourself- what is your taste? Mine for one is the one that's stylish and subjective. This film is ironically none. But I'm going with 3 for 'Justice League'. One extra star is just for the film's cinematography. It's a bland saving-the-world film saved by some points.
Finally the eagerly awaited "Justice League", the fifth installment in the DC Extended Universe is here. Just like millions of fans, I have been waiting to watch this ever since it was announced a couple of years back. However, I would have to admit that I was a touch concerned with the mixed reviews that I had come across. Anywaz I was really impressed with the trailer & that made me believe that Snyder will make amends for "Batman vs Superman", which was horribly massacred on the editing board. So did the congregation of superheroes work for me???
Time have passed since the death of Superman but the world still mourned for their beacon of hope. Even Bruce Wayne/Batman (Ben Affleck) didnt get over his guilt & kept a constant vigil to ensure that the planet was safe. He gets wind of an alien invasion when he happened to combat with a parademon & comes across mysterious pictorial depiction of three boxes in several places as well as in Lex Luthor's journal. He reaches out to Diana Prince/Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot) for help & comes to learn that those were "Mother Boxes" of power. Incidentally Steppenwolf & his army of parademons were in pursuit of them which were under the guardianship of Amazoneans, Atlanteans & humans. In order to thwart Steppenwolf's evil designs, Batman & Wonder Woman decides to form a league & sets out to recruit metahumans. They bring in Arthur Curry/Aquaman (Jason Momoa), Barry Allen/Flash (Ezra Miller) & Victor Stone/Cyborg (Ray Fisher) into their team. But will they be able to stop Steppenwolf, who already had two boxes in his possession by the time they joined forces???
As is evident for most of the people by now, the project is helmed by Zack Snyder who justifiably received a lot of flak for the "Batman vs Superman" debacle. Apart from calling the shots, he has also penned the script along with Academy Award winner Chris Terrio (for "Argo"). The plot as such lacks impact & way too many things are stuffed here which made it incohesive. Just as in the prequel, the mediocre editing is to blame for that as I presume the director's cut will be much better. However, I felt the screenplay by Chris & Joss Whedon managed to improve the proceedings with some humorous sequences & team bonding. Since Snyder had to leave abruptly towards the end of production due to a personal tragedy, Joss was also in charge of the re-shoots (surprising considering he directed "Avengers"). Another major flaw was the choice of villain, which was neither intimidating nor threatening enough.
In an movie like this, the overload of CGI is understandable but the quality wasnt quite upto the standard that we would have expected. As for the music by Danny Elfman, it left a lot to be desired. With regard to performances, Gal Gadot was awesome as ever (I might be biased) while Ezra Miller provides the light moments with his hilarious one liners. Jason Momoa rocked as the tattooed hunk with an attitude, Ray Fisher actually makes us empathize with his character while Ben Affleck was better. Henry Cavill was fine while Amy Adams & Diane Lane were completely wasted.
Verdict: Despite the shortcomings, I personally enjoyed the movie & that is primarily due to the screenplay which brings a light mood to the proceedings when the team bonds. As of now, it has grossed close to $282M which is a decent figure though lower than BvS. However, if you ask me; in terms of entertainment, I would place it above BvS & lower than "Wonder Woman". In short, it wont hurt to give it a try!!!