Christopher Griffin’s review published on Letterboxd:
As a Snyder fan I’d say this is another pretty typical “Snyder film”. Loved the opening credits for the first couple minutes then it started feeling way too long. Much like the movie, I was enjoying it and then by the hour and a half mark I started checking the time. It would have been worth it if the ending meant anything, but it just kind of fizzles out.
Though major points to Snyder and crew for spending the money to get rid of Chris D’Elia, but also shame on them for not paying a little more to hire someone other than Sean Spicer for his small unneeded segment. Fuck that guy and all who employ him. I think that may be more egregious than the insane amount of dead pixels throughout.