For those who loathe Zack Snyder 's Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice , and they are legion, Justice League will be just the corrective followup they're looking for. Granted, BvS got a bad rap for staying true to the dark instincts of the DC Comics universe from which it emerged. It's just that director Snyder lacked the artistic cred that Christopher Nolan brought to his Dark Knight trilogy, to put it mildly. Instead of the Freudian gloom and doom of the Caped Crusader ( Ben Affleck ) and the Man of Steel (Henry Cavill) hating on each other, this coming together of DC's heavy hitters takes so many happy pills it almost overdoses on them. No one sings "the sun'll come out tomorrow" in this movie. But the attitude is so bright and optimistic that you might mistake it for a fun ride on the Marvel express. As most of you know, Snyder – understandably grieving over the suicide of his 20-year-old daughter – left most of the post-production and reshoots to Joss Whedon , the wizard behind The Avengers and its sequel. Snyder still gets solo director billing on Justice League, with the former Buffy creator sharing a screenplay… Read full this story
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