The release of Zack Snyder's Justice League marks the culmination of a community quest to re-release Zack Snyder's version of the disappointing 2017 Justice League film. With incredible support from film and comic lovers alike, Zack Snyder's Justice League was released to a hungry audience and although it is a flawed film, its strengths are overwhelming, and it is definitely one of the better comic book adaptations ever released. JL is different to what we have come to expect in recent years from comic book films, but it is something spectacular that fits well with the darker DC theme. It is evidence that the DC Universe can be unforgettable.
Note: This review is spoiler-free.
Let us get the big question out of the way immediately, did the aspect ratio work? Zack Snyder's Justice League released in 4:3 resolution. This was an unexpected and perhaps an unnecessary move for a film that needed no more gimmicks, particularly considering its real-life redemption story arc that had already sparked so much interest. For most, the decision will likely be met with “I don’t care” or “I hate this.” It will also be highly dependent on the viewer's screen size, where a larger screen misses little, a smaller one does leave you longing for that extra bit of cinematic real estate.
...there are thousands of hidden meanings and concepts littered throughout the narrative, but the most notable one for me was that of the God-Complex.
The fight sequences themselves are exciting and change considerably from moment to moment.
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18 March 2021
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