1. Well said, Sir. Well said.

  2. Joseph says:

    I agree on what was wrong with Justice League. My problem is with Batman vs. Superman and that it was unclear why Batman was killing or doing the things he was doing. Also, “Martha”? There was a lot of crippling factors in that 2 hour Justice League commercial, and I think that’s what made Justice League an uphill battle. Yeah, there were the Marvel fanboys who complained about it being “too dark”, but BVS lacked a CLEAR direction, which was mine and other fan’s criticism. I think Warner Brothers may have confused the real fan’s complaints with the unrealistic criticism, and decided to kick Snyder off of Justice League and go with a more “fun” movie. That obviously didn’t work, because it also had that same unclear direction of what it wanted to be as a movie. Those two forms left a bad taste in people’s mouths, and it’s going to be hard to rebuild the DCEU after those films, but they’re making progress with Aquaman and Shazam.

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