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Justice League Review

DC’s main event is a mostly enjoyable one with a few noticeable caveats. Character dynamics shine brightest, the league is rounded out by lots of charismatic moments. Each hero has a few scenes that help solidify their personalities and contributions to the group. These moments, like Flash and the speed force or Wonder Woman foiling terrorists, these are excellent scenes. There are certainly questionable moments that could have been edited out, seeing as this movie was supposedly edited down from 2 hours and 50 minutes to just shy of 2 hours. While the CGI is annoying, the villain isn’t memorable, and the story isn’t anything new, there’s still plenty to enjoy in Justice League and enough to recommend to comic fans and general film-goers.

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The Avengers: Age of Ultron Review

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Note: Age of Ultron, still has yet to release in the United States, which is where I’m viewing it. Though it came out last week and many of you have probably already seen it so you have a good idea of what the film is, with that said this is a spoiler free review but there will be some insight to the film for those who haven’t seen it.  Please be courteous with your comments and no spoilers please unless they are hugely highlighted. You will find none here, I promise.

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