Justice League is DC's first team-up movie, but this time, it's the DC Extended Universe's version of The Avengers.
The run-time (2 hours) of the movie if the shortest run-time of the DCEU yet. I was concerned that the run-time would be three hours long or longer than Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.
Zack Snyder, the director of Man of Steel and Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, returned to direct this, but Joss Whedon, the co-writer of the movie and director of the first two Avengers movies, took over and did some reshoots; it's nice to have a filmmaker from the Marvel franchise doing a DC movie.
The humor in the firm is very funny, like Ezra Miller, who played Flash, for example. There wasn't any humor in Batman v. Superman at all.
The character of Steppenwolf, the main villain of the movie, and his Parademons, is too underveloped, and now it's too choppy, like Suicide Squad.
The design in the movie should have been a little more well done, as well. The CGI is too cheesy and a little overused. I wished that the CGI could have been a little bit more well done.
The acting from the cast isa really good, especially from Ben Affleck, Gal Godet, Henry Cavill, Jason Momoa, Ezra Miller, and Ray fisher. Obviously you can't go wrong with Cavill, Affleck and Gadot. Miller, Momoa and Gadot steal the show.
The action scenes are great, and the song "Come Together" is the perfect song to be added in the movie.
Wonder Woman is still the best movie of the DC Extended Universe. Man of Steel is the second best. Justice League is the third best. In this critic's opinion, Justice League is not the finest movie of the DC Extended Universe, but it still offers plenty of action and humor and what DC fans have come to expect.
*** 1/2 out of *****