"Justice League" is a step in the right direction, even if not a giant one. It's a proof that Warner Bros. has stopped milking the Nolan methods (that actually worked perfectly for his Batman films). Zack Snyder's "Man of Steel" was a Superman film with heavy consequences, and it still has a very divided general opinion, but things went dire as Zack Snyder came up with his 2016 debacle, "Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice", a film so grim that…
The third entry in Marvel's 'Thor' franchise may be nothing special if compared to the best of it's genre from this year, but it surely is a new high if compared instead to it's own predecessors.
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This third take on the friendly neighbourhood Spider-Man is perfect in every facet of the hero it touches, even though the film isn't the best one he's ever had. After several films that tackle larger scale challenges for it's heroes, it's great to finally behold a film that has a balanced use of danger, and a villain that doesn't seek to take over the world.
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Ever-since Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight (2008), there has hardly been a DC comics adaptation worth appreciating as much, as Patty Jenkins' enthralling Wonder Woman, that brings forth the dawn of superheroine films the way Richard Donner's Superman (1978) did for male superhero films. The film brings rebirth to the DC Extended Universe in a World War I setting, being the franchise's fourth, albeit the first great film. Patty Jenkins directs her first superhero film better than most could, in all time.
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