Justin 📼’s review published on Letterboxd:
“The now is you.”
Genuinely can’t remember the last time a comic book movie made me feel this warm and fuzzy inside since... maybe Speed Racer? (or any of Snyder’s previous films lol) The film ends with a “For Autumn” credit and that sentiment shines through within every single second of this grandiose nu metal epic. It’s a showcase of the responsibilities and legacy each and every human being holds that affects others to form their own affecting responsibilities and legacy. All of this is brought together by an earnest and sincere artist with truly inspiring intentions, something we really need more of in this industry. It’s a true testament to and synthesis of Snyder’s filmmaking tendencies, and is a reminder that his comic book films are some of the last ones made by an actual human being and not a committee. Give me Part 2 and 3 right now.