Zack Snyder's Justice League is an art piece years in the making — beginning with Man of Steel released in 2013, followed by Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016). This film is the third installment of Snyder's planned five-film-saga, made possible by fans.
As Bruce Wayne tries to unite a team of divided individuals, we learn that Earth is a place of great importance to the most feared villain among the multiverse.
The Justice League must unite to defend it, just like The Amazons, Atlanteans and Men did before them. This is a fictional history lesson — where we get to be inspired by Bruce, Diana, Victor, Arthur, Barry and Clark respectively.
The story is told with with heart and enamour in six chapters — and embraces the theme of gods living among us. Gods who also are human.
Snyder honors every character and their original creator with impeccable flair, and has at the same time now managed to reinvent them — for a future audience. His vision and ideas, the score by Tom Holkenborg and all time-bending-visuals make for something truly special, something that will be talked about dearly.
This film is for the fans and for Autumn. This is a modern Odýsseia.
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