Early Reactions to Zack Snyder’s Justice League Praise Movie

by Matthew Escosia
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Zack Snyder’s cut of Justice League has sparked quite a lot of conversations and hype since its promotion up until release week.

The director behind the 2013 Superman film Man of Steel and its sequel Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, Snyder was tapped to direct the 2017 Justice League before shortly departing mid-way through production for personal reasons. Joss Whedon took over directorial duties, resulting in reshoots and a final product that had light humorous tone, which reportedly showed only one-fourth of what the original director, Snyder, had planned.

Zack Snyder’s Justice League is a never-before-seen version of the 2017 movie with Zack Snyder’s vision intact, and has recently garnered extremely positive reviews from its early viewers and critics, with some saying it is worth watching more than once. The highly anticipated “Snyder cut” originally began with fans asking for his version of the Justice League on social media, eventually pushing Warner Bros. to greenlight the project for distribution on HBO Max. In comparison to the original cut, the version by Snyder provides depth to the storyline and includes more emotion and humor, according to the early reactions.

In fact, the early viewers who compared the two cuts found the 2021 version to be highly superior when placing the two movies side by side. The different take on the Justice League storyline is filled with familiar faces portrayed differently.




With scenes cut, added and reshuffled to the theatrical release of the film, the 2021 version of Justice League is four hours long but seems to be a movie worth watching for those that follow the different journeys of DC superheroes. Zack Snyder’s Justice League will be officially released on HBO Max on March 18, 2021.


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