Self-explanatory article. Here is a full review of the film. Continue reading The 9 Best Things in the #SnyderCut
Okay, fine. Facial hair is not the ONLY important thing worth considering in the tragic Joss Whedon cut of Justice League. I will be checking out these Justice League animated movies as much as possible. I will be using the same four questions I use here to assess each film. I have opted to do a little preview of this series with the two versions of the live-action Justice League film while it is so much in the news. Continue reading Search for Justice – 4 Takeaways from Justice League: The Whedon Cut
Justice League is your average bad film. Somehow Zack Snyder fans came to believe there existed a separate “Snyder Cut” of the film that would be more true to the film’s original spirit or something. No such cut existed, but Warner Brothers is financing an absurdly expensive reshoot. While Snyder and all of his films are cringe, this is all a hilarious takedown of Joss Whedon so it’s a clear net positive. Anyway, here are some hyper serious thoughts on The Whedon Cut.
Previous Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice coverage at The Reel World:
With Zack Snyder’s version of Justice League getting released soon, this will probably be the only relevant time for me to examine THE ULTIMATE EDITION of Snyder’s Batman V Superman. Here be my thoughts.
Government’s Fetishization of
Elon Musk Lex Luthor is Tragically on Point
Jerome and Brian go underwater to explore one of the most profitable superhero movies of 2018, a film that continued the DCEU’s momentum and took over the holiday season. Continue reading The Superhero Pantheon: Volume 2, Episode 44: Aquaman
To tie in with the release of Joker, four of the
World’s Reel World’s Finest decided to take a look at the entire DCEU* and debate which films are the best and worst. Continue reading The Reel World Ranks the DCEU
“Phase One” of the DECU ends with a whimper as the Justice League comes together to stop a bunch of a CGI creations in an orange Russian city. Jerome and Brian discuss the silver linings of a film that at least doesn’t have Batman branding people and Superman snapping people’s necks. Continue reading The Superhero Pantheon Vol. 2 – Episode 28: Justice League
This might be the worst episode of the podcast ever, and how fitting given the movie that’s being discussed. The villains are heroes and the villains are…villains? Jerome and Brian try to make sense of a rather confusing entry into the DCEU and identify the absolutely worst needle drop. Continue reading The Superhero Pantheon Vol. 2 – Episode 27: Suicide Squad
Jerome and Brian step back into the DCEU for the first time in their Reel World run. This is where Warner Bros. seemingly started to get things right as Patty Jenkins put together one of the best 3/4 of a comic book movie of the modern era with great characters and a powerful love story. Is the ending bad enough to prevent this from going into the Pantheon? Continue reading The Superhero Pantheon Vol. 2 – Episode 5: Wonder Woman (2017)