Justice League Reactions Arrive! What Do Critics Think?

Justice League reactions arrive online! What do critics think?

With just one week until the film is released to audiences, Justice League reactions have hit social media with critics weighing in on the highly-anticipated DC superhero team-up. Does Superman finally get the proper treatment? Is Ben Affleck long for the Batman role? Is Flash the breakout character? Was it worth its reported $300 million price tag? Find out below!

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Justice League stars Ben Affleck as Batman, Henry Cavill as Superman, Amy Adams as Lois Lane, Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman, Ezra Miller as The Flash, Jason Momoa as Aquaman, Ray Fisher as Cyborg, Jeremy Irons as Alfred Pennyworth, Diane Lane as Martha Kent, Connie Nielsen as Queen Hippolyta, and J.K. Simmons as Commissioner Gordon.

Fueled by the hero’s restored faith in humanity and inspired by Superman’s selfless act, Justice League sees Bruce Wayne enlist 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 metahumans 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.

Directed by Zack Snyder (Batman v Superman: Dawn of JusticeMan of Steel), the screenplay is by Joss Whedon and Chris Terrio from a story by Snyder and Terrio. Whedon directed the additional photography for the sequel and is overseeing the completion of its post production following Snyder’s family tragedy. Justice League is produced by Charles Roven, Deborah Snyder, Jon Berg and Geoff Johns. The executive producers are Jim Rowe, Wesley Coller, Curt Kanemoto, Chris Terrio and Ben Affleck.

I saw #JusticeLeague! Here’s what I thought. There are ton of things I’d change but it comes down to this: I had a blast! I got to see the team together and I had fun watching it. Ezra Miller steals the movie and #WonderWoman was perfect!

— Jenna Busch (@JennaBusch) November 10, 2017

Here it goes … #JusticeLeague is super thin and has some very weak CG but it’s got heart and a positive vibe that works. Overall, I had a pretty good time and am looking forward to seeing more of these characters.

— Perri Nemiroff (@PNemiroff) November 10, 2017

SO I saw #JusticeLeague -twice. Still under embargo, but: This is a fun superhero flick. Funny but still hero adventure. Reminds me of JL Unlimited ep. Likable interaction amongst recognizable heroes. There is a villain problem (no worse than Marvel’s) – @aaronsagers

— Aaron Sagers (@aaronsagers) November 10, 2017

#JusticeLeague is fine. It’s more coherent & less idiosyncratic than Batman v Superman (which I loved, so make of that what you will), and tries very hard to lighten up on the gloom & doom of the DC universe. There are jokes and everything!

— Angie J. Han (@ajhan) November 10, 2017

#JusticeLeague is a fun, bumpy ride that succeeds in character, but fails in narrative. It’s a mixed bag of execution that’s saved by the actors, who rise above the shortcomings to deliver an engaging, funny and hopeful, yet flawed, entry to the DCEU. @joblocom

— Paul Shirey (@arcticninjapaul) November 10, 2017

I think if you are going to a #JusticeLeague movie to see all your favorite DC heroes rocking their skills & being the badasses you love, then you will get plenty of that. Lots of action. Lots of superheroes being superheroes.

— ErikDavis (@ErikDavis) November 10, 2017

Here are some of my thoughts on #JusticeLeague

— Jim Vejvoda (@JimVejvoda) November 10, 2017

#JusticeLeague is not a retread to the pre-WONDER WOMAN DCEU. It takes zero chances and is safe. Die-hards should be happy.

— Cinema Snopes (@CinemaSnopes) November 10, 2017

JUSTICE LEAGUE! It’s okay. Narratively it’s a mess, the stakes don’t work & the villain isn’t great. HOWEVER, the heroes ARE great, it’s funny, & there’s some surprisingly effective character work. I didn’t love it, but there are enough good pieces to excite me for the future.

— Germain Lussier (@GermainLussier) November 10, 2017

Justice League is better than expected, but not a home run. The interaction between the team is a lot of fun. The film sends the DCEU in a hopeful direction in line with where the brand should be headed. Flash and Aquaman steal the show. Cyborg and villain are the weak links.

— Peter Sciretta (@slashfilm) November 10, 2017

#JusticeLeague is solid entertainment despite some problems. They pulled off a strange alchemy that works better than it should. The story is lacking, but the League is great and it’s a blast to watch them in action together. Wonder Woman is clutch, obvi.

— Haleigh Foutch (@HaleighFoutch) November 10, 2017

The future: #JusticeLeague feels like a new start to the age of heroes and succeeds as a launch platform in that, even though some of its newer characters very much would have benefited from origin stories beforehand.

— Rob Keyes (@rob_keyes) November 10, 2017

Nothing could save JUSTICE LEAGUE from its loud, ugly, tacky self. Not Wonder Woman, not wide-eyed Ezra Miller, not Joss Whedon’s quippy teardown & rebuild. And Henry Cavill’s mustache is an actual issue; they gave him Uncanny Valley Face. Oof, guys. It’s a rough ride

— Josh L. Dickey (@JLDlite) November 10, 2017

I am genuinely happy to report #JusticeLeague is a lot of fun. It’s not perfect and has its problems, but does the job of making you care about these characters as a team by its end. It’s also VERY funny, in lots of unexpected ways.

— Terri Schwartz (@Terri_Schwartz) November 10, 2017

Advocates 4 #WonderWoman here & friend had 2 tix for #justiceleague 2 days ago. Not better than WW, much better than BvS. Girl power! #Feminism New DC formula? Strong Diana. Strong Lois. Mera cool. #Aquaman swoon! Funny, not silly. Good movie. 8 out of 10. #justiceleague review.

— Scandalouswomen (@scandalouswomen) November 10, 2017

Weirdly enough, #JusticeLeague actually feels more like one of the animated DC films from recent years than any live-action DC film that we have seen thus far. How you take that will depend on your opinion of DC Animation.

— Conner Schwerdtfeger (@ConnerWS) November 10, 2017

#JusticeLeague is clunky & uneven as hell, but it also gets the characters right and has a lot of fun along the way. When it’s over DC’s vision for these heroes going forward will make sense.

It’s a very small but very vital step forward. I dug it.

— Conner Schwerdtfeger (@ConnerWS) November 10, 2017

SO I saw #JusticeLeague -twice. Still under embargo, but: This is a fun superhero flick. Funny but still hero adventure. Reminds me of JL Unlimited ep. Likable interaction amongst recognizable heroes. There is a villain problem (no worse than Marvel’s) – @aaronsagers

— SYFY WIRE (@SyfyWire) November 10, 2017

#JusticeLeague was good & very fun. It’s going to be popular w/audiences, not only fans but mainstream viewers & families.

— Mark Hughes (@markhughesfilms) November 10, 2017

People that have complained about DC movies being too dark are about to see the light #JusticeLeague

— Steven Weintraub (@colliderfrosty) November 10, 2017

I have a lot to say about ‘Justice League’ but will wait till it’s released to really get into it. But two important things to know: stay till the very end of the credits and Jason Momoa (@PrideofGypsies) is awesome as Aquaman.

— Steven Weintraub (@colliderfrosty) November 10, 2017

Bottom line: JUSTICE LEAGUE is awesome!

ZACK SNYDER’s film is filled with so many moments that had me geeking out and crying nerd tears. When an action scene/hero moment hits, the film is firing on all cylinders.

Still love Affleck’s BATMAN. My fav Batman actor since Keaton.

— Kevin McCarthy (@KevinMcCarthyTV) November 10, 2017

Justice League is not a perfect movie. It has story “flaws” and a simple, CGI villain.

BUT, more importantly, it gets the heroes right. Every member of the League is fantastic and it’s tough to choose a favorite.

It’s a ton a fun, start to finish.

— Brandon Davis (@BrandonDavisBD) November 10, 2017

Amber Heard as Mera