Matt DeTurck’s review published on Letterboxd :
It's a thing. Some parts are actually great, but most parts are woefully not. There are lots of fun character moments, there are a couple actually interesting slo-mo shots (thanks to Ezra Miller's endlessly likable The Flash), and there's also a lot of wildly ugly CGI. ...Eric Rezsnyak will be very pleased on SEVERAL other things that are nicer to look at (between this and 'Wonder Woman,' at least DC has been kind in allowing shirts to be optional for entire scenes). Score's effective but not revolutionary. Plot's unsurprisingly thin, with a wide smattering of fun Whedon-isms in the script (now). It's definitely not awful, but it's also just kinda 'ho-hum' there.