Here’s a quick rant on JLA vs the Fatal five Its just my opinion
To be frank I’d the film itself my Least favourite and meh to me and why it’s my least favourite!
Let’s slice through the cinematic fog, and I’m laying it out without holding back! JLA vs. The Fatal Five? It’s not merely dipping into mediocrity; it’s an outright slapdash, infuriating disaster – a glaringly underwhelming, vanilla catastrophe that feels like a direct betrayal, especially for the revered Timmverse. They’ve carelessly crammed in three new characters, tossing continuity and fan expectations out the window.
Now, brace yourself for the unfiltered, harsh truth: the execution isn’t just bad; it’s a colossal, cinematic train wreck. Choosing a Green Lantern/Legion of Superheroes plot would’ve been like trading a Robin for a Batman – light-years ahead of this lackluster JLA disaster.
And as for my final verdict? Slapping it with a dismal D- is almost too generous. This film embodies mediocrity, a subpar disappointment that deserves to be tossed into the Arkham Asylum of superhero movies. No apologies – it’s just the bitter, Gotham City reality.
Oh, and let’s not breeze over the gut punch – the absence of voices like Flash, Hawkgirl, Martian Manhunter, or Green Lantern reprising their roles? Now that’s a cinematic betrayal that hits harder than a Bane punch.
Don’t even get me started on the glaring omission of Kara (Supergirl) in the film. Seriously? Opting for some random Brainiac escapade over her fighting with the Legion? It’s a head-scratching disappointment that even the Riddler would find puzzling.
Now, as for why this film takes the cake as my least favorite, it’s like Joker without Batman – a chaotic mess that just doesn’t hit the right notes. And as for the Legion of Superheroes from the 31st century, call it my Kryptonite. The lackluster introductions and futuristic plotlines simply haven’t grabbed me like the classic, gritty tales set in the present DC universe. It’s a fan-made verdict, opinionated and loud, and I’m eager to hear your thoughts or fiery opinions on my cinematic critique. It’s not just an opinion; it’s a passionate reality check.