So far, it's the best DCEU movie I've ever seen. The end part was just pure of unnecessary words of wisdom when there are people in the middle of crisis fighting—you know, the speech Wonder Woman made while fighting against Remus Lupin was just non-motivational.
Brad Bird is excellent with animated films. He just don't try to make you see an animated film, but he does it with style. It's done visually and aesthetically pleasing that I've never seen in most animated movies. Score sounded like coming from a 50s noir. Script was pretty well understated for the eyes and ears of kids, but hints something for adults too. What really makes this exceptional and hit the par beyond filmmaking or animation-making is its potential to become one of a kind. It may not seem to carry a strong script or content, but it still works consistently and enough.