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Zack Snyder's Justice League

Zack Snyder's Justice League

2021
Sci-fi
Fantasy
4h 2m
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Avg Percentile 47.49% from 1077 total ratings

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Rated 31 May 2022
88
75th
This is Justice Leagues better than the theatrical cut. *rimshot* *tap dances off stage*
Rated 20 Mar 2021
6
70th
Managed to keep my attention without taking breaks or checking my phone for four hours, something most 100 minute movies don’t do these days, so, hey, gotta give it some props there. Still though it kinda suffers for the ending where Superman finally shows up and punches out the main villain in like two minutes. The Chad Superman vs the Virgin all other superheroes in the DCEU
Rated 18 Mar 2021
65
58th
There's no easy way of saying this. But despite my feelings towards the earlier films and how ridiculous I found the whole #releasethegubbledigub campaign, this honestly worked for me. Whether it was the r-rating, the fact that the new ridiculous running allowed the myriad of plot lines time and room to breath or the novel feeling of seeing an entirely different film made from the same material as the theatrical cut, I don't know. But... it worked, bloated and self-indulgent as it may be.
Rated 21 Mar 2021
71
55th
It's still dumb and it's still ugly but at least it's an actual movie, now. There are a multitude of things to say about it - notably how Cyborg's now-complete arc uncannily and sadly reflects the reason Snyder had to leave - but the movie's best qualities (again notably removed from the theatrical) is that it knows when, and how, to work in quiet. It breathes organically in moments, which allows its mythic nature to grow. Forever unrealized potential is allowed the space to try.
Rated 18 Mar 2021
4
27th
Hardly better than the original. Gratuitously long with an unjustifiable amount of slow mo at seemingly random times. Straight-to-DVD quality cgi. Back to the senseless action scenes and ambiguous stakes of 90's superhero movies.
Rated 18 Mar 2021
80
77th
Batman says fuck like six times. —— This was the most indulgent comic book movie I’ve seen yet, Whedon probably should’ve spent less time indulging in being a gross creep.
Rated 20 Mar 2021
80
84th
Bloated and grotesque in the most gluttonous and addictive way possible! Its very existence is a damning indictment on the terrible design by focus group and incompetence at the top of Warner Bros & Co. It’s so much more coherent and enjoyable, even with its issues, length and clunky screenplay; if you’ve got love for the characters then it’s a bottomless pit of a film. ZSJL also undoubtedly makes BvS a better film and suddenly the two together seem harmonious if a tad unhinged.
Rated 18 Mar 2021
75
65th
Compared to Justice League (2017) this is an actual masterpiece. It reminded me more of Watchmen (2009) and may be the first superhero movie since then to pull off this kind of pathos. Personally I am not a huge fan of Zack Snyder's style but this made me wish I was. What an absolute mess DC/Whedon made of it on the first pass. I feel for Snyder and good on him for bringing his vision to life in the end. It really is something, if a bit much.
Rated 17 Mar 2021
60
17th
Honestly I just found it to be the same movie but longer, and therefore more of a slog. I wanted to like this more, but I just didn't.
Rated 19 Mar 2021
40
20th
Basically the Theatrical Cut but more obnoxious, less fun, and boring. Thanks Zack Snyder for providing us six million slow-mo shots and extra filler to hit that 4 hour runtime. Glad you learned your lesson after Batman v Superman. You truly saved the DC franchise and gave Joss Wheden the middle finger he deserved by making this crap.
Rated 21 Oct 2021
70
55th
Who knew that if you gave your ensemble of colourful characters actual motivations and backstories and cool moments to shine, your movie would turn out better than when a panicking studio runs it through a woodchipper and creates a bland-as-hell homunculus from the remains? I enjoyed how goddamn SERIOUS this one takes itself, but it works for the material. Not that there are no flaws, there's plenty o~[gets drowned out by ancient lamentation music]
Rated 21 Mar 2021
2
12th
Better in some ways. Worse in so many others. Jack Kirby's bizarre Fourth World concepts are difficult to adapt under the best circumstances, but I don't know why your instinct would be spikey and brown. Reacharound.
Rated 23 Mar 2021
40
12th
Oh God, this is worse than Josstice League. If you've liked this film and you're over 20 then you must read more, watch more and live more. This not even a real movie. The idiot director thinks he's the Coppola of superhero films but he's actually the lovechild of Michael Bay's right buttock and C. Nolan's left testicle.
Rated 18 Mar 2021
35
27th
I can't believe they removed the only memorable line, "Dostoevsky," and added two more hours of senseless action.
Rated 18 Mar 2021
90
82nd
This is the movie that we deserved. The unfiltered raw and real movie that Zack Snyder is accustomed to making. It dives deeper into the members that make up the team and gives them all an origin and plot threads that are worthy of continuation. This universe is not without flaws but damn it please continue this vision. It's just full of too much badass action and was way too much heart to end here. It's a world with an open ending so let's see where it goes.
Rated 19 Mar 2021
10
5th
A big pile of nothing. Half an hour in - and it's already insufferably boring.
Rated 18 Mar 2021
100
99th
The 4 hours wasn't wasted. It's slow but I was never bored and liked seeing how the characters and story developed. Still love the casting of all of these heroes. Music is awesome. There is some comedy here but it's still Snyder's darker vision (though a little lighter and more uplifting). His cinematography and style is still fantastic to me and I love seeing the looming devastation over the entire movie. I was destined to love this anyway, being such a fan of BvS and Man of Steel.
Rated 20 Mar 2021
7
70th
A million times better than the original release.
Rated 20 Mar 2021
65
44th
This is definitely an improvement on the Whedon cut, but it's still not an unmitigated success. It makes a ton more sense as they've grabbed all the sweepings off the cutting room floor. Damn well should at 4 hours. But the dialogue is trope filled "it will be done my master" villainy. Main beneficiaries of the 4 hour cut are Cyborg and Flash,who actually get things to do.
Rated 20 Mar 2021
51
49th
Watching a marginally better four-hour version of a film you despise is comparable to boiling your shoes to make them more palatable...on a full stomach.
Rated 21 Nov 2021
92
70th
Remarkably better than Joss Whedon’s version. This movie has a cohesive plot and a consistent tone. The newly introduced characters are pretty well fleshed out and likable, especially Cyborg. It’s not perfect. It gets a tad too Zack Snyder for me in some spots, it it’s one of his very best films and surprisingly well paced for its behemoth runtime. Do give this a watch if you haven’t yet. It’s a completely different movie than the theatrical version. Well done.
Rated 19 Mar 2021
5
40th
Barely better than the original, they got rid of a lot of bad things but in exchange we get a hour long super slow intro, half an hour of a weird epilogue, and an annoying theme song that plays every single time wonder woman appears on screen for some reason. You can't make a good omelet with rotten eggs, but I'll give it to them, they tried hard. Would have been better as a TV miniseries.
Rated 26 Mar 2021
60
22nd
Gal Gadot's workout routine must've come from carrying this movie. The whole flick reminds me of Tropic Thunder's fake trailers opening--only it isn't as funny. Snyder obviously wants to showcase 5 future films, but missed on making this one entertaining. Overall it's typical Snyder: cramming in too much, shaky foundation building, lackluster drama, placing himself between the screen & the audience and tons of slow-mo. He does get minor kudos for trying to make Cyborg the story's heart.
Rated 19 Mar 2021
65
19th
Between all that stupidity, soundtracks and slow-motion scenes are worst! It's just lesser evil and you probably liked it.
Rated 19 Apr 2021
70
29th
I must say that this mostly worked for me. It's not always great, but I do enjoy Zack Snyder's stylistic shenanigans and this was basically four hours of that. I'm glad that I never watched the original version, because this one at least told a coherent (if open-ended) story with recognizable character arcs.
Rated 19 Mar 2021
50
9th
Even though the introduction/storyline of the individual characters and the pacing is much better than the 2017 release (or even present to begin with), this movie has horribly awkward dialogues (especially Steppenwolf's), a lacking plot with cringeworthy acting and an idiot for antagonist. And since when is Batman someone to act on faith alone? The worst forced PC quote ever: [Steppenwolf] "This one will be mine" (in battle) [Wonder Woman] "I belong to no one" WHAT?
Rated 01 Jun 2021
74
36th
It's interesting to compare this to Whedon's as it highlights the big differences between the 2 filmmakers. Snyder is both more portentous & ponderous. More CGI spectacle, slower pace & slow-mo than fun. Some characters are much more fleshed out but alot of this extra info & fan service comes w/ more plotholes & feels forced. (WTF w/ that apocalyptic future? Martian Manhunter?) Some of the best parts - the comedy & relationship building- are gone. Whedon is tighter, lighter & more entertaining
Rated 22 Mar 2021
72
30th
Much better than the theatrical cut. It's a coherent film now, with a vision. It mostly works, but then it's still really long with uninterestingly choreographed crashy-smashy action. The story is not particularly interesting, there's not really any character development or aspects that are relatable to real life. It lacks the things that make the Marvel films so strong. It becomes a mess of CGI in parts. Overall though I found it an entertaining spectacle for an evening in front of the TV.
Rated 20 Mar 2021
100
95th
Wonderful movie. The Snyder Cut was everything is hoped it would be.
Rated 22 Mar 2021
71
35th
The plot holes in this movie don't need to exist- so often they can be fixed if Snyder paid a little more attention and didn't gloss over things. If Wonder Woman fights terrorists willing to die with their bombs, why does it have a timer? If the Mother Box was used to make Cyborg- why not restore Victor as he was? Why is Steppenwolf giving this much trouble? What's with the weak Wonder Woman music substitution? Did Cyborg really leave Aquaman way up in the air and assume it'll all work out? Meh.
Rated 21 Mar 2021
83
95th
This is definitely what the Justice League was supposed to be. All that and it managed to tease not one or two but three follow-up films. The 4 hours just flew by. Yes there are some problems but I think this is pretty much the best it could've been given the troubled production and the pandemic.
Rated 12 Apr 2021
70
47th
I am happy that this was actually released. That said, I actually think I liked the 2017 version more. And that's coming from someone who doesn't like Marvel. It's not all bad, but for a 4 hour film it had surprisingly little depth. The dialogue and acting is generally pretty bad, although not by everyone. The Cyborg arc was better here than in the 2017 version, but some good things in that version have now been removed. Please get better writers for these kind of films!
Rated 06 Apr 2021
67
52nd
Is it better than the original? Well, it is 4 hours long, so, of course! Cyborg and Flash gain the most from this upgrade and the whole thing kinda makes sense (You actually see Darkseid!). It's still not a great movie but at least Ben Affleck doesn't look like he hate every second of being Batman. But I miss Aquaman's iconic YEAHYUH!!!
Rated 09 May 2021
20
5th
So The Flash is DC's answer to MCU Spiderman, eh? And Aquaman is an alcoholic? And why do they play the George Bluth/Iraq/Middle Eastern background jingle from Arrested Development every time Wonder Woman is on screen? So many questions. Maybe it's because I haven't seen many of these DC films. From the few I've seen, they lack the humor and charm the best MCU films do (see: the Guardians series). Also 4 fucking hours? Fuck off. Fuck right off with this filth.
Rated 01 Apr 2021
93
93rd
Head and shoulders above what Zack Snyder has produced for the DCEU thus far, the Snyder Cut is miles better than Joss Whedon's previous attempt at this same film. While this film is unquestionably long, Snyder makes full use of its runtime and builds emotionally poignant and well fleshed out storylines and characters that are worthy of the movie's "Justice League" moniker. Add to that some amazing fight scenes and solid action and the Snyder Cut is one 4 hour epic that is well worth watching.
Rated 13 Jan 2022
50
30th
Surprisingly fun and fast-moving despite the run time. ZSJL creates a certain mood through it's close approximation to proper preparation and decision making, and trying to fill in the gaps- thereby justifying and setting up its action. Sucks that in the end the story is crap.
Rated 25 Mar 2021
38
11th
First of all, I have to congratulate HBOmax for being a different movie in terms of production style. It was nice filling the stories of the quick-served characters (Flash, Cyborg) in the previous movie. But it's still a very long, tiring and boring movie. Steppenwolf's modified look is pretty cool. It was also satisfying that Henry Cavill had no opening scene with a mustache.
Rated 06 Aug 2021
70
97th
Easy to make a better movie with infinite running time, but Snyder-sama still did it. BRING ME THE MOTHER BOX.
Rated 09 May 2021
55
58th
okay movie
Rated 20 May 2021
25
8th
Even if this were the first cut of the movie I had watched, I wouldn't have been able to sit through it. Just because something is less commercial and more stylistic doesn't mean it's better. There's merit here, but not enough to demand four hours of my precious life. The story's still shit, and the pacing is now intolerable. I had to stop half an hour? an hour? into this thing. I enjoyed the studio cut much more because there was less of it.
Rated 30 Mar 2021
20
12th
Just as hollow, soulless and plodding as any other Zack Snyder film, but now interminably 4 hours long. My first time watching it, I slept through the second half (yeah, the last 2 hours). A week later I tried again, this time I only slept through the big final battle with Steppenwolf. Woke up, rewound and finished the damn thing. I found a website that recommends watching it in chunks in 3 nights, but I recommend just not watching it at all.
Rated 08 Apr 2021
19
6th
Just when you think it can't get any worse, it surprises you.
Rated 23 Mar 2021
70
46th
There are plenty of things to bag on this movie about, but, the fact is, it is much better than the cut released into theaters. The crazy amount of hype surrounding this cut made it seem that there was no way it could meet expectations, but it is a fully interesting film which is certainly not what could be said about that Joss Whedon version. There are still issues (that epilogue is a mess) but it isn't hyperbole to mention Snyder in the same sentence as say Michael Cimino.
Rated 22 Mar 2021
60
31st
Better than the other version, expecially story wise, but still not a great movie. And why is it so hard to make decent CGI in 2021 and not make it look like a videogame from 15 years ago?
Rated 25 Mar 2021
30
0th
Crap. After the disasters of Man of Steel and Batman vs Superman there was finally a decent DC movie to get close to the MCU offerings.. there was humor, real people, decent storylines.. The they had to let Snyder back in and ruin Whedon's good work. Had to stop watching after 15 minutes and take a break it was so disappointing. Snyder is someone trying to force his own dark personal issues down the viewers throat while sacrificing the entertainment values from Whedon's version.
Rated 19 Jun 2021
15
40th
could have cut an hour out had he just removed half of the slo-mo scenes
Rated 01 Apr 2021
18
0th
Same old garbage but it's now 4 hours. Couldn't finish it
Rated 18 Apr 2021
59
48th
Marvel and DC worlds are pretty similar for me. Though I'm not that keen on super hero stories. In this DC world they've got six elements: water, air, technology, time, earth, and humanity. The mythology was more closer here than in Marvel world.
Rated 12 Dec 2021
90
79th
If this movie wasn't so long, It would probably be my favorite DCEU film. There's literally no comparison to the Whedon cut. There is so much to like about this film. All of the characters have more development which is very apparent, and actual bonding scenes where they connect and act like a team. Cyborg especially has WAY more character development, which ends up being pivotal near the end. This is a very good movie, and makes me confused about Snyder. I give 9 CGI mustaches out of 10.
Rated 11 May 2021
94
74th
Wow! 4 hours of superheroes! I really enjoyed it, but I did have to watch it in parts. This director's cut tells the whole story he was trying to tell, loaded with plenty of action of course.
Rated 20 Mar 2021
70
70th
Probably the most I�ve enjoyed a Snyder film. I didn�t see the theatrical version, and while I�m sure this is an improvement, that�s not necessarily due to Snyder. This should�ve been a maximum of three hours, with some of the epilogue cut, and the first two parts explored in solo films instead. Of course Snyder did what he could under the circumstances, and the action is really enjoyable. Although I�m not a big fan of Snyder�s love of slow mo, or hatred of color.
Rated 18 Mar 2021
64
51st
It's essentially the same movie! The 4 hour runtime doesn't feel as long as The Irishman and that's probably Synder's most impressive feat. Most of the Marvel-like jokey dialogue is gone; replaced by a darker hue, a lot more exposition and a gratuitous amount of slo-mo that explains the runtime. Some of the designs seem improved, but a lot of the CGI is stylistically just as tacky. The ending does give more scope to the universe, but the epilogue tries to give LotR a run for its money.
Rated 23 Mar 2021
60
35th
It easily leaps over the low bar set by the 2017 version of Justice League. That said, it's still over-bloated - trying to create the Avengers in its 4-hour runtime without really giving anyone but Cyborg and Batman motivation to do anything. Darkseid basically becomes what Steppenwolfe was in the 2017 cut. It has its moments, but now that I've seen it, I probably won't come back. That epilogue reminded me why I'm happy to let it go.
Rated 28 Mar 2021
50
33rd
At least it has personality, something completely absent in the theatrical. Snyder can't shoot genuine emotion or direct an actor to save his Snyder Cut -- cheesy at best, totally inert and dull at worst -- but it kind of matches exactly what goes on screen -- gods making war, deciding the fate of hundreds of thousands of worlds, as we just sit here and watch with no clue what's going on among them. Pretty straightforward for a 240 minute flick and strangely ejoyable in its bloated extravaganza.
Rated 23 Mar 2022
69
10th
Not bad, just. Well. It's a C-Movie with a big budget.
Rated 28 Jun 2021
50
35th
Better than the original cut.
Rated 19 Mar 2021
85
93rd
Like it or not, it is a unique movie and an unprecedented movie event of it's time! I would love to watch (let's say a bold 200min theatrical cut of) this in cinemas, but unfortunetely blocbusters of such lengths never allowed to be released, so why not make it 4 hours epic if there's an opportunity without the studio interference.. :) So ZSJL is easily the best effort, most emotional and finest movie of Zack Snyder's carreer and one of a kind movie experience!
Rated 01 Apr 2021
60
24th
It certainly is ZACK SYNDER's Justice League - and it at least presents something more distinct than the theatrical cut, which ineptly tried to imitate the MCU style. But that doesn't necessarily make this a wholly pleasant experience. As always, the big ideas are beyond Snyder's grasp, though he partially makes up for it with his talent for memorable tableaux and a Wikipedia article's worth of added exposition and character-building.
Rated 31 Mar 2021
57
34th
Superman! Batman! The other guys! All the heroes you love packed in one 4-hour long mediocre movie!
Rated 01 Apr 2021
79
68th
Having not seen the theatrical cut, Zack Snyder's version wasn't as bad as expected. It suffers from an unnecessarily long run time but ends up a somewhat competent superhero film with the usual flaws of the genre
Rated 26 Jun 2021
44
45th
Zack Snyder's Justice League is better than the theatrical release (minus the epilogue, dear God that section is painfully bad). However, this film/miniseries did finally reveal my ultimate problem with Zack Snyder and why I find everything he does so stilted: he has a zealous veneration for heroes. His superheroes are always perfect and have no need for development, their morals are presented as impeccable (despite what they actually do), and their conflicts are always righteous.
Rated 21 Mar 2021
50
77th
I'm not sure if I liked it more or less than the original 2017 cut. It's just 2 hours more of random action montages and little that felt like substance. Beautiful visual treat and certainly had a ton of spectacular scenes. However it got tedious with its continuous superhero masturbation. Pure fan service, and it sort of got creepy in that regard.
Rated 14 Nov 2021
55
40th
Way better than the cinematic version, but still a drag with a pompous running time and waaaaay too much slow motion. However, I feels like the counter piece to Avengers: Infinity War that Snyder intended, and that's what Justice League deserves.
Rated 31 Oct 2021
75
64th
Better than the theatrical/Whedon cut, benefits from the extended run time to flesh out things much better. But still, this is trying to do too much and would have benefited from actual origin films for the main protagonists.
Rated 27 Mar 2021
87
79th
I can't dock Zack Snyder's Justice League. It is approached with delicacy and absolutely transforms a movie into a film experience. You simply cannot watch this film and ignore the fact that it's better that 2017 - and I say that as a downright fan of 2017. That's actually been my favorite DCEU film. Yeah. I'm in the minority. I know. But there's a lot of personal reasons as to why I feel like that. The only issue this movie has is...well... it is so, so long. That's a lot of
Rated 19 Mar 2021
75
73rd
This isn't a movie, it's a goddamn miniseries.
Rated 30 Mar 2021
20
1st
I wanted to like this, really. Unfortunately it could have been written by a 10 year old. Also bad acting and bad CGI. Major turkey, even this super advertised Director's Cut. Clear razzie candidate.
Rated 17 Apr 2021
3
31st
Yup, it’s better. Uh huh. I get the feeling that a sweet spot between Snyder and a competent editor could make an actually decent film too but who cares.
Rated 21 Mar 2021
85
88th
It did not feel like a four hour movie to me because I had so much fun watching this. The only remark I can make is the soundtrack in the first 2-3 parts. It did not fit with what was going on. Also the ratio 4:3 worked really well.
Rated 28 May 2023
52
15th
audiovisual 58 acting 40 overall feeling 59 avg 52
Rated 22 Mar 2021
35
52nd
It's not that bad! It's a long but fun movie for DC fans. I liked all of the core cast and they have some good chemistry/banter.
Rated 16 Apr 2021
100
91st
Fueled by a restored faith in humanity and inspired by Superman's selfless act, Bruce Wayne enlists the help of his new ally, Diana Prince, to face an even greater foe. Together, Batman and Wonder Woman work quickly to find and recruit a team of meta-humans to resist this newly awakened threat. But despite the formation of this unprecedented group of heroes - Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Cyborg and The Flash - it may already be too late to save the planet from a catastrophic attack.
Rated 30 Jul 2023
44
5th
Different than the theatrical cut, preferable in some ways, but can't be saved from how bad the acting is. Also, it's 4 hours long, fuck that
Rated 20 Mar 2021
80
41st
I'm not a DC person. But I wanted to sit back and really try to judge some of the DCEU films for what they were. The 2017 Justice League film was a tragedy. It's poor filmmaking. This is an honest attempt to save what was, and Snyder pulls it off fairly well. It's long. Gods is it long. But what this film has is a director behind it who has a lot of love and energy for the characters he was given.
Rated 24 Nov 2022
67
25th
J'étais pas assez attentif quand j'ai regardé, note qui est probablement pas ''fair'', mais je me rappelle pas avoir aimé
Rated 19 Apr 2022
95
98th
One of the best comic movies ever made. This film is better than EVERY film in the MCU.
Rated 22 Mar 2021
50
17th
Being better than everyone expected after Joss Whedon lowered expectations into the basement of the basement doesn't make it good. -20 for the running time alone, 3/4's of which is slo-mo cam.
Rated 08 Jun 2021
59
11th
The problem with making a Snyder cut of Justice League is that it’s also a version where Chris Terrio has sole screenplay credit. Absolutely better than the theatrical cut, but still not very good - the story is still some boring fetch quest shit, and the extra Flash/Cyborg scenes, while welcome, don’t do enough to fix the characters. I really enjoyed seeing this kind of big-budget superhero action in this aspect ratio, though. Mid-credits scene is one of the worst things ever filmed
Rated 24 Nov 2023
79
72nd
I was originally blown away by this, particularly because of just how different it feels from the theatrical cut, despite having many of the same main story moments. I think stylistically, that still holds true, but on rewatch a couple years later, I do think there are issues with the pacing that a proper theatrical-length cut would have solved. A lot of slow motion shots and extra backstory that doesn't add a lot, and an unnecessarily extended epilogue. Still better overall though.
Rated 13 Jun 2021
67
20th
Opinión personal: 7 Actores: =(Cyborg:4 flash:8 batman:5 WW: 7 aquaman:7)=6.5 Planos: 7 Guión: 6.5 BSO: 6.5 FX: (iluminación:4 director: 6.5 fx:9.5)=7 Total: 67
Rated 05 Jan 2022
85
85th
There's enough separation now since OG JL that this feels almost entirely fresh. Characters - not just main ones - are given ample time to shine, and while the movie can certainly be well-described as "methodical" (if not outright slow), it somehow does not feel overlong despite a four-hour runtime. Everybody here is so damn spectacular. Stop asking for an immaculate narrative, learn to embrace the moments of cringe and genre shortcomings, and you might actually have a little fun for once.
Rated 15 Dec 2022
40
26th
Closer to 180 minutes of team-assembling, 30 minutes of climactic battle and a final 30 of ads for movies that will never be made. Still, for those keeping score, this is less egregious than the theatrical version. Compared with Snyder’s earlier Superman/Batman movies, the thematic pomposity is toned down considerably, but, as with BATMAN V SUPERMAN, the basic premise (here, a bunch of magical fantasy figures join forces against a powerful enemy) is really just a recipe for nonsense and tedium.
Rated 30 Dec 2021
25
6th
terrible. Mega redundant, and the scenes that arent are just cringe. This man must hate Cinema so much. Sidenote: The Amount of Product Placements is so blatant and crazy as never before.
Rated 21 Mar 2021
88
88th
Does Snyder's four hour director's cut really fix all of the issues with the original? It kind of does; The Snyder cut is ambitious but reasonable, over-long but exciting. It's a comic book movie unlike anything we've seen before.
Rated 21 Mar 2021
70
53rd
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Rated 23 Mar 2021
78
76th
Honestly this is far more remarkable than I expected. I doubt there is another film that has such wildly different cuts available to the public. The Snyder Cut is undeniably superior and a much better and more epic blockbuster experience. It still relies on the same mediocre storyline but everything around it makes more sense and has time to breathe which makes a huge difference. I'm not a fan of the 4:3 aspect ratio or the slow mo to pop songs bits but ZSJL is still a surprising triumph overall
Rated 25 Aug 2021
60
41st
Zack Snyder's Justice League is a well-rounded DC superhero flick that would have definitely fared better than the previous one. Arguably the need to introduce and ground many of the heroes in one movie wouldn't work with the usual 120-minute cut, hence the 240 min cut which seems bloated and redundant at times but pulls off a mediocre entertainer.
Rated 12 Mar 2022
60
45th
Bir filmde tam kontrolün yönetmende olmasının ne kadar önemli olduğunu kanıtlar nitelikte olan film, 2017 versiyonunun ne kadar korkunç bir film olduğunu bu güzel anlatımıyla tekrardan izleyicilere hatırlatıyor.
Rated 22 Mar 2021
90
77th
I'm not a fan of Snyder, but I was one of the few who thought the whedonized JL was decent when it was released. This surpasses it by miles. Easily the best thing Snyder has ever done.
Rated 28 Mar 2021
85
56th
Best four hour super hero movie I've ever seen
Rated 04 Aug 2021
59
25th
Infinitely better than the previous edition but still a long, boring, and unoriginal film. I love franchises, but Snyder has no clue how to create compelling characters or a story I would ever want to get invested in.
Rated 12 Dec 2021
75
74th
Now we're talking.. so much better than the other one. Pfff, really no comparison. Very impressive.
Rated 01 Aug 2021
50
29th
There's a good movie buried in here, but the pacing is basically - include everything in semi-random order.
Rated 21 Mar 2021
50
29th
That I have a pretty strong urge to watch the Justice is Grey version too makes me a little afraid of myself. Okay, maybe more than a little.
Rated 05 Jul 2022
3
62nd
It's better than the Weadon cut, but yikes is it long.
Rated 28 Mar 2021
75
49th
This movie is far from perfect but it is better than the original theatrical cut. The film could have used some cuts as a 4 hour running time is to long. The cast does a good job here. Overall I would recommend this movie.
Rated 21 Apr 2023
88
75th
Finally a really good superhero movie. The Black and white edition is the right way to watch this, it gives a special kind of feel
Rated 31 Dec 2023
70
62nd
Snyder Cut literally has a very good narrative and plot. He uses his time very well. It has many beautiful scenes. You don't even feel the emptiness of the characters, you can understand their motivations. There are many good references in the sequel and in-universe. The CGI isn't as bad as I feared, it's covered up by the dark tone. I liked Junkie XL's music. Especially the song "At the Speed of Force" was a great soundtrack.
Rated 19 Mar 2021
89
87th
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Rated 25 Oct 2021
50
30th
Makes me wonder how terrible theatrical cut must’ve been if this boredomfest got such acclaim.

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