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Jupiter's Legacy felt like a discount version of better told stories (ie. Invincible, The Boys) with secondary characters who acted circles around the main players.
If you had any question about how little this show is regarded, just look at its listing on Letterboxd. No one even cared enough to properly fill in the cast list.
The only reason it gets as many stars as it does is because of Ben Daniels, Matt Lanter, and Ian Quinlan. That's it. The…
This was a boring, bloated, and lifeless (no pun intended) action/zombie film. The best it ever got was the opening montage. That's it.
Bautista did the best he could with what they gave him and if it weren't for Dieter, Vanderohe, and Tig I would've given zero shits about anyone else.
Let's be serious, this was a paint-by-numbers genre mashup that was never developed past the "wouldn't this be cool" phase.
I don't know what's up with Snyder, but I'm done giving him the benefit of the doubt.
This documentary was enjoyable, but also incredibly frustrating. It was frustrating for the audience and oftentimes frustrating for the people being interviewed. Sadly, this conflict stemmed from the director himself, Alan Zweig. Performing triple duty as the director, writer, and interviewer, he was responsible for the flow of the film yet early on you see that his purpose for the documentary was unclear and it was this lack of conviction which diminished what could’ve otherwise been a great story.