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- Ben Affleck
- Henry Cavill
- Amy Adams
- Gal Gadot
- Ezra Miller
- Jason Momoa
- Ray Fisher
- Jeremy Irons
- Diane Lane
- Connie Nielsen
Did You Know?
- In January 2008, Warner Bros. announced the film was on indefinite hold, allowing options to lapse for the cast. The studio felt the script needed perfecting, which was impossible because of the 2007-2008 Writers Guild of America strike.
- Victor Stone states that the Mother Boxes were dormant until Superman died. However, previous films showed Victor becoming Cyborg (due to a fully functional Mother Box) prior to Superman's death.
- Bruce Wayne: I'm putting together a team of people with special abilities. See, I believe enemies are coming...
- Barry Allen: Stop right there. I'm in.
- Bruce Wayne: You are?
- Barry Allen: Yeah, I... I need... friends. People are difficult, they require a lot of focus. They, uh... they have a rhythm that I haven't quite been able to - like brunch! What is brunch? You wait in line for an hour for, essentially, lunch. I mean... I don't know. People are... a little slow.
- Bruce Wayne: I'll try to keep up.
- [holds up batarang]
- Barry Allen: Can I keep this?
Atom User Reviews
The DC film we needed, not the one we deserved. Its definitely better than suicide squad and BvS, but they still have some learning to do if they want to get to marvels level. Stay for the end credit scene tho the second one is worth it.
I saw Thor when it came out and enjoyed it,but as a lover of all superhero films no matter who does it I loved Justice League! I don't understand rotten tomatoes but something just seems a bit off especially this film. It was actually very funny and the action was great. Just see it forget about critics and use your own judgement and just kick back and take it in!
I realize I am allowing this film to slide under a very low bar. As the better Marvel films have shown, you need a lot more than zippy repartee to make a superhero film feel heartfelt and thematically resonant. And this one, despite its Whedon-y patches, is mostly a senses-assaulting mess, an offense to good taste as well as basic narrative cohesion.
Whatever mild pleasure can be derived from seeing Batman and Wonder Woman team up with other costumed crime-fighters quickly dissipates as it becomes clear that director Zack Snyder has again crafted a lumbering blockbuster that dilutes what’s so stirring about these fabled fictional champions.
Justice League is a collection of missed opportunities and flubbed ideas.