Alas! The culmination of the 'Worlds of DC' is finally upon us! The crossover hot of the heels of the critically acclaimed 'Wonder Woman' introduces new threats to the Earth which our heroes must unite to battle. The standout star of this movie, a decision perhaps pushed by Warner Bros. after the success of her standalone adventure, is Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot). She is the only hero with a true sense of purpose in this film; Batman is lost after the death of Superman, Superman is, well dead, and the other heroes are on their own.
Perhaps what this feature does best is introduce us to new characters, reintroduce the trinity and get underway with its plot all in two hours - with a longer runtime this movie would have thrived. 'Justice League' monumentally changes the tone of this movie universe with less serious plots and personalities - the introduction of Barry Allen primes the quirkiness of the universe. Ezra Miller's Flash is the youthful, energetic 'child' of the group that draws in many laughs from the audience.
Yet many are discrediting the movie due to the apparent loss of Zack Snyder's unique vision set up through 'Man of Steel' and 'Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice'. While true, his vision has been traded for a much more enjoyable and comic-accurate representation of all the heroes. The plot of this movie is by no means a cinematic masterpiece, but the movie itself is an engaging battle between six vastly differing heroes with unique and incompatible personalities (Aquaman and Cyborg would certainly create a unique 'bro-duo' in the sequel). I recommend it to any big fans of the DC brand.