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#1 2017-11-26 12:52:55

Olaf
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Justice League

I thought this deserved its own topic.

I saw this tonight. My expectations were not too high, since the reviews have been decidedly mixed, but I liked it. The second half was better than the first, though. But overall only 3/5 I would say.


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The villain was very badly done IMHO, the CGI they used to create him did not look good. His origin or his motivation never became real for me.

They had no real use for Amy Adams and they way they used her was a complete waste of her talent (they did that already in B. vs. S, but here even more so)

Of the new heroes I think Flash looks the most interesting to me, and I am looking forward to his solo film. Ezra Miller´s performance was very good.

I don´t know why, but I still can´t get used to Ben Affleck´s Batman. Contrasted with Jeremy Irons as Alfred his performance looks very, very wooden.


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