Action • R • 2009 • 2 hr 43 min
Straight from the comic with some subtle differences. Still has plenty of underlying politics for it’s time that resonates with today.
It may not be a great adaptation but I still really enjoyed it and its visuals
Little long, but different than most super hero movies
One of the best superhero movies. Great story and amazing acting. The original superhero team up and it's executed perfectly.
I agree this is one of Zack Synder’s best works. The action, depth, the stunts, all 100%.
Snyder makes his second adaptation from a graphic novel, and even changing the original ending, it works perfectly… for me at least.
Visually stunning. I would have liked the big squid monster though.
Really long but very epic, need to rewatch again to get a better feel for it
A Very underrated comic book movie that is actually great from the grimness of the comic story to it action even the whole cast is fantastic
A good superhero movie on its own merits, though misses the point of the source material in certain aspects.
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