Tyler wrote:Source of the post 50/100 is higher than I was expecting. Since they were keeping reviews locked up until the last minute I was expecting mid 30's
So you were right on?
cwilkins88 wrote:Source of the post So you were right on?
The first half of the movie dragged a little bit since we had to get all of the back stories in. I found myself not caring about Cyborg at all and was annoyed by him quite a bit actually. His powers weren't explained very well (or at all).
The plot was interesting in that there was no sub-plot, other than the Russian family we were suppose to care about?
Marvel is great about connecting all of their movies, I felt this was trying way too hard when it kept referencing things from Wonder Woman. It doesn't feel so bad with Marvel because they have dozens of movies to reference, but DCEU only has WW so it kept making call backs to that.
Like I said above, the big bad and his powerful cubes were dumb. I am tired of these comic book movies fighting a word destroyer that is made up of things that they try to explain but no one cares. Superman also is proven to be more powerful than the whole team combined.
Last point. CGI everywhere. Standing in a cornfield, CGI. Cop cars in the background, 2007 video game CGI. Superman's face, CGI (because he had a mustache during filming and had to hide it).
Tyler wrote:Does Batman not have a role in the future?
Tyler wrote:Flash. Power is super speed. Does he have super healing/strength too? In the CW show Barry has all of these powers, but this movie doesn't explain anything other than he runs fast and has a nice suit. Also, there should be no debate he is faster than Superman. If Superman is faster than The Flash, THE ONE THING HE IS SUPPOSE TO BE THE BEST AT, then what is the point of The Flash? "My name's Barry Allen, I'm the fastest person after Superman"
Tyler wrote:Wonder Woman. Not many things to complain about here, other than she also seems to have the power of The Flash now? WW was powerful in her movie, but the opening scene with her stopping the bullets while protecting the hostages made her seem to be just as fast at Flash.
Tyler wrote:Aquaman. He was cool and that's about it. Your character can't just be "cool" and nothing else. Was it cool when he drank a 1/5th of booze and walked into the violent ocean while that music played? Yes, it was really cool, but what else does he have to offer? I'm sure he will become more of a character during his movie, but I didn't think he offered much to the movie. I'm sure a lot of people thought the lasso scene was hilarious, but I thought it was kind of cheesy.
Tyler wrote:Superman. Did the mother cube (still a dumb name) give him extra powers? He was powerful in BvS, but he is insane in this movie. He characters an entire apartment complex when The Flash just pushed a pickup. That was a funny scene, but it really made me question just how strong he was. It's shocking that Batman was able to hold his own at all in BvS, even with the help of kryptonite because Superman seems more powerful than the entire JL x2.
Tyler wrote:Cyborg. Probably the most useless character and completely forgettable. Like I said before, his powers are never explained and he doens't understand them either. It's almost like he has Iron Giant's powers and guns automatically appear when he feels threatened. It's a plot point that Batman's jet can't fly fast enough to reach the bad guy, but Cyborg says "it can if I"m driving" and then is just shows him hanging out in the cargo area of the plane. What did you do that made it faster?!
wags83 wrote:Source of the post Superman is way too powerful.
wags83 wrote:Source of the post "This is the lasso of truth, it compels you to tell the truth..." You don't have to say that.
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