JUSTICE LEAGUE — Review by Kristen Page-Kirby

“Justice League” shares many of the problems that have cropped up in DC Comics films — a thinly written villain, a criminal underuse of both Amy Adams and Lois Lane, LOUD NOISES, (presumably) Zack Snyder shooting Gal Gadot like she’s on a late-night Cinemax show. And it’s terribly uneven; Joss Whedon was brought in to complete the film, and Whedon and Snyder aren’t exactly the chocolate and peanut butter of cinematic styles. Its fundamental flaw, though, lies at its moral center.

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