Is 'Justice League' worth seeing?
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Is 'Justice League' worth seeing?

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The highly anticipated "Justice League" is finally out in theaters, and reactions are mixed. Poor DCEU just can't seem to get it together. Positive reactions to "Wonder Woman" gave the universe hope, but critics are meh on "Justice League." DC fans love the film and as usual, they feel critics are biased towards the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Should moviegoers give "Justice League" a chance? 📽️

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Below is the synopsis of "Justice League," per IMDB

Fueled by his restored faith in humanity and inspired by Superman's selfless act, Bruce Wayne enlists the help of his newfound ally, Diana Prince, to face an even greater enemy.

Watch the trailer below, and tells us by voting if you think the film is worth seeing.

Does "Justice League" have the same amount of heart and development that has gone into the Marvel Cinematic Universe? Many critics would argue no. The film currently holds a 40 percent rotten rating on Rotten Tomatoes. New York Post's Sara Stewart writes:

A pointless flail of expensive (yet, somehow, cheap-looking) CGI that no amount of tacked-on quips, or even Gadot's luminescent star power, can rescue.

Not all the critics hated the film. Many felt the film was setting up the rest of the universe and franchise. And the action is pretty darn spectacular. Leonard Maltin writes:

There is something intrinsically compelling about a gathering like this. At its best, Justice League is a lot of fun–the kind of fun I look for in a comic-book superhero movie. It even removes the unpleasant aftertaste of Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice–and for that alone I am grateful. In fact, the film makes a concerted effort to rebuild the image of Superman as an object of awe and the ultimate superhero. I grew up with that character and he still holds a special place in my heart, and when he stands strong as part of the Justice League I revert to my boyhood feeling of hero-worship.
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