#JusticeLeague Movie Review

Get ready all you DC fans, because Justice League is in theaters now!  If you love the original comics, then you’ll love this fantastic movie.  After the tragic death of Superman (Henry Cavill), Batman (Ben Affleck) decides to create a team of superheroes that will fight crime and protect citizens from danger.  Batman recruits Diana Prince (Gal Gadot), The Flash (Ezra Miller), Cyborg (Ray Fisher) and Aquaman (Jason Momoa) to fight against a new villain: Steppenwolf.  As Steppenwolf wreaks havoc, this unlikely team of superheroes must do everything they can to stop their newest threat.  Justice League is definitely a must-see movie this year.

I’ve always been a fan of Superman, and Henry Cavill was absolutely spectacular, but while watching Justice League I developed a newfound appreciation for The Flash as well.  Ezra Miller was incredible and this role was very different from some of his past roles, like Patrick in The Perks of Being a Wallflower.  Miller was hilarious and his lovable yet quirky character added something special to the film.

Something else that I loved about the film was that the viewers were able to get a peek into the lives of each superhero before they joined The Justice League.  There were scenes of Diana Prince fighting villains, The Flash visiting his father in prison, and even Superman with his loving wife Lois Lane.  Unlike some other superhero movies, this one gave each character a backstory that contributed greatly to the overall plot.  The backstories also helped humanize every superhero, giving each one of them multiple different layers to their personalities.

You do not want to miss this high-intensity, action-packed movie.  Make sure you see Justice League, in theaters now!

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