Rent Justice League (2017)

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1h 55min
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Synopsis:
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. Together, Batman and Wonder Woman work quickly to find and recruit a team of meta-humans to stand against this newly awakened threat. But despite the formation of this unprecedented league of heroes - Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Cyborg and The Flash - it may already be too late to save the planet from an assault of catastrophic proportions.
Actors:
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Directors:
Producers:
Jon Berg, Geoff Johns, Charles Roven, Deborah Snyder
Voiced By:
Ciarán Hinds, Gary A. Hecker
Writers:
Chris Terrio, Joss Whedon
Aka:
Justice League Mortal / Justice League of America
Studio:
Warner
Genres:
Action & Adventure, Top 100 Films, Sci-Fi & Fantasy, Thrillers
BBFC:
Release Date:
26/03/2018
Run Time:
115 minutes
Aspect Ratio:
Widescreen 1.85:1
Colour:
Colour
Languages:
Castilian Spanish, English, English Audio Description
Subtitles:
Castillian, Danish, English, English Hard of Hearing, Finnish, Greek, Norwegian, Swedish
Bonus:
  • "Road to Juctice" - Journey alongside DC comic creators as they explore over fifty years of the Justice League, from comic books to animated adventures to their cinematic debut
BBFC:
Release Date:
26/03/2018
Run Time:
120 minutes
Aspect Ratio:
Widescreen 1.85:1
Colour:
Colour
Languages:
Castilian Spanish, English, English Audio Description, Italian, Polish
Subtitles:
Castillian, English Hard of Hearing, Greek, Italian Hard of Hearing, Polish
Bonus:
  • "Heart of Justice": Discover what's behind the heart and soul of DC's Iconic Trinity
  • "Technology of the Justice League": See how cool tech and tools give the Justice League a leg up "Justice League: The New Heroes": Meet the amazing new members of theJustice League
  • "Suit Up: The Look of the League": It takes a village to outfit the world's most beloved heroes
  • The Return of Superman
  • And More!
BBFC:
Release Date:
26/03/2018
Run Time:
120 minutes
Aspect Ratio:
Widescreen 1.85:1
Colour:
Colour
Languages:
Castilian Spanish, English, English Audio Description, French, German, Thai
Subtitles:
Castillian, Chinese, Complex Mandarin, Danish, Dutch, English Hard of Hearing, Finnish, French, German Hard of Hearing, Korean, Norwegian, Swedish, Thai
Bonus:
  • "Heart of Justice": Discover what's behind the heart and soul of DC's Iconic Trinity
  • "Technology of the Justice League": See how cool tech and tools give the Justice League a leg up "Justice League: The New Heroes": Meet the amazing new members of theJustice League
  • "Suit Up: The Look of the League": It takes a village to outfit the world's most beloved heroes
  • The Return of Superman
  • And More!
BBFC:
Release Date:
26/03/2018
Run Time:
120 minutes
Aspect Ratio:
Widescreen 1.85:1
Colour:
Colour
Languages:
Brazilian Portuguese, Canadian French, Castilian Spanish, Czech, English, English Audio Description, Latin American Spanish, Polish
Subtitles:
Arabic, Brazilian, Cantonese, Castillian, Chinese, Complex Mandarin, Czech, Danish, English Hard of Hearing, Finnish, French, Korean, Latin American Spanish, Norwegian, Polish, Swedish
Bonus:
  • "Heart of Justice": Discover what's behind the heart and soul of DC's Iconic Trinity
  • "Technology of the Justice League": See how cool tech and tools give the Justice League a leg up "Justice League: The New Heroes": Meet the amazing new members of theJustice League
  • "Suit Up: The Look of the League": It takes a village to outfit the world's most beloved heroes
  • The Return of Superman
  • And More!

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Reviews (7) of Justice League

Well bored - Justice League review by HM

I suppose it is another super hero movie for those that can still find something interesting in the concept. The first half where the characters get together is the interesting bit; just about. After that it is one long CGI punch up. As usual, the baddy has a flock of flying warriors who don't seem capable of harming anybody and provide target practice for our heroes.

Apparently if the baddy gets 3 boxes in the same place we are all doomed. I have 3 boxes and nothing happened - 3 boxes? Err, do me a favour. Aqua man? Don't tell me we are going to get a movie about this twit. He spends the entire movie jumping at the baddy and bouncing off. In fact they all do; maybe attack him at the same time?

Total rubbish frankly.

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film without a coherent plot - Justice League review by DS

The best aspect of this film is the theme song by Leonard Cohen, sung by Sigrid. The film is like a child's comic with cardboard cutout characters and a banal plot line. The target age group appears to be 6 -10 year olds. The film would have been better as an animated production. The regeneration of superman was silly. In contrast the film "Wonderwoman" was much better even if a little far fetched.

I think Gal Gadot was wasted in Justice league. The batman character was thrown around in such an extreme way that any normal human body would be shredded even if encased in body armour. The real problem with Justice League is that it did not make it's mind up whether to be a pure childrens' comic book romp or a more serious film appealing to a wider age group.

The film utimately showcases the more unbelievable side of CGI and as such can only appeal to uncritical children.

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Not quite so dour. - Justice League review by KC

Finally DC starts to show the first glimmer of a sense of humour and I suppose anything was better than Batman V Superman but I quite enjoyed this movie. Gal Gadot is fab as Woman Woman and Ezra Miller gives a great Flash, OK it still doesn't touch Marvel but then baby steps DC baby steps.

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Critic review

Justice League (aka Justice League Mortal / Justice League of America) review by Mark McPherson - Cinema Paradiso

Similar to Batman v. Superman, Justice League is a duel of clashing forces. I’m not talking about the superheroes, but rather the battle between Zack Snyder and Joss Whedon, two screenwriters fighting for control of a DC Comics ensemble picture. Snyder wants to continue with the dark and blunt themes he established in Batman v. Superman, while Whedon intends to inject a campy sense of superhero silliness that made his vision of Marvel’s The Avengers such a success. They clash significantly as the Justice League film stumbles and sputters into a troubled and somewhat pleasing adaptation of Super Friends, even if that wasn’t what the aim of the film was. If there was an aim at all.

Snyder’s vision of forcing DC Comics content into his films has remained intact. Only a few minutes into the movie, Batman (Ben Affleck) is duking it out with a Parademon and tracking clues about the mysterious MacGuffins of the otherworldly Motherboxes. Sure, we’ve seen glimpses of them in Batman v. Superman, but could we at least catch our breath with a bit of introduction? No time! The film’s villain Steppenwolf is already here, arriving in Boomtubes with more Parademons. What are Boomtubes? There’s no time to explain that! If he collects all three boxes and combines them, he’ll turn the planet into an apocalyptic wasteland for the coming of the New Gods. Who are the New Gods? That’s a time-wasting question for a two-hour movie!

The Justice League needs to be assembled and quickly. Barry Allen (Ezra Miller) has the super speed to become The Flash and the autistic need for friends to join without a shred of hesitation. Victor Stone (Ray Fisher) already has the mostly-robotic body to become Cyborg and has limited time to come to terms with his new body and an unknown digital language. Arthur Curry (Jason Momoa) is somewhat reluctant to humanity’s plight to join up as Aquaman but seems pretty easy to win over with his frat-boy eccentricities for battle. Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot), having already had her film introduction, has been primed for centuries and more than ready to join the League, spending her spare time cleaning art and foiling terrorists.

For rushing so quickly through many of the introductions, a lot of scenes lack the charismatic boost the Avengers films had from patiently building a superhero franchise. The movie is in such a rush for the big team-up that it blazes through cliches of heard-that-before speeches and silly quips ripped straight out of the Whedon superhero writing handbook. This goes double for the bland and uninteresting villain of Steppenwolf, a CGI creation of melty skin, horned armor and end-of-the-world babble so dull I’m surprised the heroes didn’t call him out for being such a snooze to hear.

Where the film does work, surprisingly, is in its spirited zip for the storytelling and the abundant nuggets of teamwork. Consider the moment when the League realizes they’re going to need Superman for this big fight and need to revive him. How they do this, I will not spoil, but it’s such a ludicrous idea that it feels true to the weird logic of the comic books. Once Superman (Henry Cavill) finally joins the League, the film eventually starts to find its groove, as if the Man of Steel has finally awoken from his downer coma and become the sunnier superhero we’ve been longing for. There’s a brilliant moment during the climax where Superman and Flash take to the streets of a ravaged European village to save civilians; The Flash rushes a family-filled car to safety, only to see Superman in the distance lugging an apartment’s worth. A genuine smile came across my face with the inclusion of their bet to see who is the fastest in a scene that finally earns the joy of its quipping. And when the time comes to battle Steppenwolf, there’s a twinge of giddiness I felt for watching The Flash zip around Steppenwolf while Superman uses his freeze breath to disable the villain and Wonder Woman picking up her sword to slash his weapon to pieces.

The DCEU still hasn’t found the firm footing that was more present in Wonder Woman, but there’s some hope for the future of the Justice League. It’s still a bit clunky with character and dry with villain schemes, but it’s still pretty impressive to watch this franchise slowly pull itself out of mediocrity, edging closer to the Justice League movie I wanted. Just look at how Snyder’s handling of hero climaxes has improved: he’s moved on from hundreds of civilians being murdered in a city to the lame excuse of everyone evacuating a town, to now having heroes protect civilians from harm. It took him three whole movies, but he finally figured it out; superheroes need to be heroic and not just punch the bad guy really hard.

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