Justice League Review

Harshita Avirneni, Staff Reporter

Justice League directed by Zack Snyder and based of the original DC Comics came to theatres on Nov. 17. It starts off at the end of a previous DC film, Batman v. Superman and how the main characters and the world are dealing with the death of Superman, played by Henry Cavill.

This thriller follows Batman (Ben Affleck) as he brings together Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot), Flash (Ezra Miller), Cyborg (Ray Fisher), and Aquaman (Jason Momoa) to defeat the terrifying Steppenwolf (Ciarán Hinds).

This film did an excellent job really exaggerating what personalities each of the superheroes had, making the film a little more light hearted, stepping away from the usual dark themes of the DC Comics. For example, the mass amount of comedy of Barry Allen, Miller really making the character stand out for his awkward and funny personality.

Another aspect of the film that really stood out was that amazing soundtrack. The theme music for each of the characters makes it feel like your listening to who they really are as a person. Also, the overall music in all scenes, suited the situation perfectly. The composition of this original score was flawless.

I think this movie was one of the best DC movies yet. The story flowed really well and it set up the four part series extremely well. I highly encourage that everyone goes out and sees this movie as soon as possible. Simply put, this film was amazing.