Everything before the climax- with the exception of two idiotic character decisions that could be attributed to the writing department - showcases how great Snyder is at filmmaking, the climax itself however, is beset by choppy editing and no sense of scope or scale. A lot of Snyder's obsessions are here: eschatological armageddon, some type of moral reckoning, children and their relationship to their parents, but it's all just vaguely addressed once or twice in the films first and second…
ZACK SNYDER'S JUSTICE LEAGUE
PART 1: "DON'T COUNT ON IT, ANTI-LIFE"
Zack Snyder's Justice League is a film about life - not necessarily about the experiences we have throughout it (though these are expertly illustrated through Victor's and Barry's storylines.), but of the very concept of life - and the other concepts related to it - such as the powerful, mythological concept of resurrection, which is symbolically portrayed as the death of hope and faith in a better world, only…
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EDIT: It's sad that this is my most liked review while my transcendent masterpiece of a review for The Spongebob Squarepants Movie hardly has any: letterboxd.com/0418056/film/the-spongebob-squarepants-movie/3/