Warner Bros. and DC’s “The Flash” Received Overwhelmingly Positive Reviews After First Screening

by Ronette Tibay
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Warner Bros. and DC’s “The Flash” showed promising and interstellar reviews from fans, critics and prominent personalities in the industry alike after debuting the full film at this year’s CinemaCon.

We can recall DC Studios co-CEO James Gunn’s statement last February, gushing that “I will say here that Flash is probably one of the greatest superhero movies ever made.” And true enough, lucky audiences who got the first look seem to love it.

“The Flash is among the best superhero films ever made.” Erik Davis, Fandango and Rotten Tomatoes

“#TheFlash is fantastic. I know Ezra Miller has made a lot of mistakes, but they are soooooo good in this movie. Loved Keaton, the action, humor and emotion. Andy Muschietti has crafted something special. Thumbs way up.” Steven Weintraub, Collider

“The Flash is hands down one of the best superhero films of all time. No joke, The Flash is the ultimate movie going experience as it has a little bit of everything!” Scott Menzel, Hollywood Critic Awards and We Live Entertainment founder

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Discovery CEO David Zaslav even described the feature as “the best superhero movie ever,” after watching the second trailer of the film that premiered at the said event.

The film revolves around Barry Allen/The Flash’s (both played by Ezra Miller) traumatic childhood experience that cost him to lose her mother and in another sense, his father. With his super abilities, he went back in time to save his parents but in return has messed up the entire timeline causing the earth’s entire future to ruin. With the film’s action-packed plotline, it’s also impressive how it exhibits warmth and humor which fans highlighted and even praised as “the funniest DC movie”.

The long-awaited and delayed Justice League spin-off was first announced in 2014 and officially wrapped production in October 2021. But due to the COVID-19 Pandemic and many other reasons, the release got delayed for another couple of years.

But according to Gunn, the film plays a tremendous role in the DC Universe, laying out the base of the upcoming films of DC. Along with Miller are Michael Keaton as Batman, Sasha Calle as Kara Danvers/ Supergirl, Ben Affleck also as Batman, Michael Shannon as General Zod and Kiersey Clemons as Iris West.

With such marvelous and convincing reviews, surely the anticipation to watch “The Fastest Man Alive” on screen is unimaginable. It will race in theaters this June 16!

 
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