I freaking loved it! I never, ever thought I would see this epic movie as it was original meant, the real cut of the Justice League but I'm so glad and thankful they decided to make this, it was really necessary after that horrendous movie they showed at the theater that year.
It was an absolutely blast all the way through its 4 hours, I wish I could go on details here but no, maybe next time ...all I have to say it's was really awesome and I freaked out several times, so fuck yeah Zack Snyder's Justice League!
♫WAKE UP! WAKE UP! WAKE UUUP!♫
Partying with 'The Matrix' on the Big Screen like it's 1999.
What a way to celebrate this magnificent and ultimate cyberpunk classic on its 20th anniversary ...I can't believe it, Man! 20 freaking years, holy Neo!
I never had the chance to see it on the big screen but I remember the hype around that time early in 1999, I was 10 back then and I wished my Dad would had taken me to…
Impressive cast and visually quite stunning but the story telling, the edition and the shaky camera were not my liking. I enjoyed several parts of it, specially those involving Al Pacino and Jeremy Irons (Have they ever worked together before? I don't know, but I got so freaking excited seeing them both together) or even Jared Leto whose quirky performance was definitely something else, and Adam Driver who always does is great. Not a fan of Lady…
Whoa! I didn't see that coming. I'm not crying ...you're crying!
No, seriously, what a great time I had watching this. I never ever saw the day I'd have the chance to see 'Ghostbusters III', just for the record I watched the two movies several times as a Kid, like so many times, I had even the action figure of Egon Spengler, the cartoon version of him, and me and my sister used to play Ghostbusters around…
We were in front, we lived, we experienced, we watched the most epic film in years ...an epic-pop-super-overhyped-superhero film that took 10 years and many other films in development, something we won’t experience any time soon or probably never. This is cinematographic history, you liked it or not.
Just like I’ve mentioned before we’re on the peak of the superhero genre and after ‘Endgame’ it’s gonna blow or at lest it’s never gonna be on that level of magnificent awesomeness. …
Who are you calling a monster, pal? Have you looked in the mirror recently?
On contrary of what most people being saying about this film, that it sucks that is terrible blah blah blah all those sad boring things ...I loved it! I had blast time watching it at the Big Screen.
I enjoyed it so much because I knew what I was going to watch, I prepared myself and I revisited Neil Marshall' films so I definitely knew how…