Zack Snyder’s Justice League Review: Disappointed Angry Fans React to Hopeless ‘Snyder Cut’

  • AUTHOR: midhat
  • POSTED ON: March 16, 2021

Where to begin…

Started as a hashtag, Zack Snyder’s Justice League is
finally here after over four years of wait. The Snyder cut releases on HBO Max
on March 18, but a few lucky individuals have seen it ahead of time, and they
have been giving their thoughts on the new version of DC super-hero collab

So, was justice served?

Well, yes! But not in the way we had expected!

Snyder’s cut is about three hours and 55 minutes long (it’s
a painfully long watch!) but, despite it’s really long run time, the Justice League still lacks
flair, color, glamour, and the snap and zap of the Avengers in the MCU.

If you’re going in with MCU-style expectations, ABORT right
away, because you’re going to get disappointed big time.

Imagine campaigning and
waiting for years and still not getting what you have been expecting. Exactly!
Now you get that, right?

Fans are angry and
disappointed with the newly-released version of the film. They believe that the
movie could use some editing or perhaps even a rewrite. But there was already
so much damage in the original movie that couldn’t be repaired… However, the
movie has something absurd but surreal about it: there is an unsettling
epilogue in which Wayne is confronted by his inner demons. Snyder’s version of
the movie may be exhausting, but at least it’s engaging.

The movie stars Henry Cavill
as Superman, Ben Afflex as Batman, Jason Mamoa as Aquaman, Ray Fisher as
Cyborg, Ezra Miller as Flash (Barry Allen) and Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman.

Here’s how fans are reacting
to the hopeless Snyder Cut:

Well, the early reviews of
Zack Snyder’s version of the 2017 movie weren’t so good. But it still can’t
stop us from watching this movie. What about you? Share your thoughts with us
on our Facebook page. Stay tuned to Hayvine for our full review on Zack
Snyder’s Justice League.

The movie is set to arrive on
HBO Max in the US, Sky Cinema, and Now TV in the UK, on March 18th,

Check out the trailer here:

Updated March 16, 2021
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