Justice League – First favorable Responses for the Justice League Snyder Cut: “It’s night and day”

American critics have seen Justice League Zack Snyder’s cut.

The American critics were able to see the Snyder Cut of Justice League, and obviously, we must expect a big evolution compared to the film by Joss Whedon, released in 2017. Logic: this new cut entirely signed Zack Snyder is four hours in total, with plenty of time to develop the characters and the plot. Collider’s  Steven Weintraub describes the film as ”  much better than the Justice League movie cut.” It’s day and night. “Umberto Gonzalez, a fanboy of The Wrap site, claims to have already seen the Snyder Cut”  three times  “and to find it”  really insane.  ”

Zack Snyder’s clear-cut supervisor’s cut of Justice Organization. Figured out to guarantee Superman’s ultimate sacrifice was not fruitless, Bruce Wayne straightens pressures with Diana Royal prince with plans to hire a team of metahumans to protect the globe from a coming close to risk of disastrous percentages.


Germain Lussier, who writes for Gizmodo in particular,  speaks of a film “  at the same time very different and strangely similar to the original, of which practically all the changes and additions improve the characters and the story (…) A little bloated but better. It was worth the wait. ”

Same story with Erik Davis of Fandango, who sees ”  terribly badass scenes  ” and was not bored for four hours. As for Mike Ryan of Uproxx, he reckons this is a feature film “  far superior to the mess that came out in 2017. Now it’s a cohesive film. But it’s still a four-hour movie about finding magic boxes. It’s… not for me, but I imagine Snyder fans will be happy.  ”




The rest of the first feedback is to match, most journalists and bloggers promising a film not really perfect but in any case much more coherent and interesting than the previous version.

The Justice League Snyder Cut will be released with us on March 18, first for digital purchase and then for VOD rental on March 31.

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