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    3 Weeks Ago  Nov 18, 2017, 9:20 AM - Re: Justice League (Post-release) #26

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    Cyborg stood out a lot to me, really enjoyed his introduction.

    And I'm fairly certain Junkie XL is only responsible for the previously done stuff like the Credits music - I dont think they used/he got chance to put anything together for the score?

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    They specifically mention that Kryptonian cells don't degrade - hence why Clark's body is pretty much perfect condition when they dig it up. So I don't think just anyone can be brought back. Especially if you dont have massive power available and a Motherbox/birthing chamber.
    Well... They have the motherboxes. They have the Flash and the ship is still there.
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    3 Weeks Ago  Nov 18, 2017, 10:30 AM - Re: Justice League (Post-release) #27

    I saw it last night and my first thought was "what in the world is Rotten Tomatoes talking about"? It was a very fun movie. Did it have problems? Sure. But everyone was spot on, the music was great, Superman was finally hopeful. I had a great time! I honestly do not understand all the negative reviews about the movie. I hope they make a sequel and that Affleck stays on as Batman.
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    3 Weeks Ago  Nov 18, 2017, 12:33 PM - Re: Justice League (Post-release) #28

    I thought it was good. Not sure what the fuss is... Good and bad. To me, this was a decent super hero movie. Not life changingly good, but worth the price I paid for the ticket. I think most here will like it if they see it. I'm glad I saw it. It was good enough that I might even give BvS a try, since I never saw that one.
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    3 Weeks Ago  Nov 18, 2017, 2:01 PM - Re: Justice League (Post-release) #29

    Just got back from seeing JL in 3D on the big XPlus screen. Like many others here I can't understand the generally poor reception... I thought it was a terrific film, with great action sequences, really nice dynamics between all the cast and real heart - perhaps something lacking to an extent in the two previous films in the trilogy (though I thought they were actually better than given credit for). It was nice to have the peril and conflict leavened with humour and cameraderie.

    I've always liked Afleck's Bruce Wayne/Batman, and he's really good here, with a very nice line in deprecatory self-awareness lightening the necessary grimness. And his growing relationship with Gal Gadot's Diana Prince/Wonder Woman is a very nicely portrayed adult, platonic friendship. WW herself, of course, is the shining heart of the film, blazing out of the screen in every scene she's in. I thought Henry Cavill was the best he's ever been as Superman here. Jason Momoa, Ezra Miller and Ray Fisher were all great and made me really look forward to their respective solo outings indeed, I could have done with seeing more of Atlantis in particular in this film). Nice to see the wonderful Any Adams and Diane Lane get some lovely emotional scenes too. And J K Simmons is a splendid Jim Gordon.

    All in all a really enjoyable film. I've never understood the whole Marvel vs DC side-taking. I grew up reading comics from both universes and I like both cinematic universes. While not quite on a par with Wonder Woman, Justice League is a perfectly decent and thoroughly entertaining film and I can't help feeling that with some of the more extreme nay-sayers there's almost a desire for films like this to fail. Which is such a shame if that means that we don't get further instalments ((particularly in the light of who's introduced in the final post-credits scene!)

    (Oh! And how cool was it to see the Lantern Corps in action... even if only in flashback!)
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    3 Weeks Ago  Nov 18, 2017, 2:37 PM - Re: Justice League (Post-release) #30

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    I thought it was good. Not sure what the fuss is... Good and bad. To me, this was a decent super hero movie. Not life changingly good, but worth the price I paid for the ticket. I think most here will like it if they see it. I'm glad I saw it. It was good enough that I might even give BvS a try, since I never saw that one.
    If you're gonna watch BvS, watch the extended cut. It's the theatrical cut that had so much problems
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    3 Weeks Ago  Nov 18, 2017, 4:13 PM - Re: Justice League (Post-release) #31

    Saw it a second time today. Really love this movie. I want more Superman though! Can't wait for Man of Steel 2 or JL 2!
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    3 Weeks Ago  Nov 18, 2017, 4:43 PM - Re: Justice League (Post-release) #32

    Saw it last night and I thought it was a good movie, had a good time. Thoughts after, so cops were standing around when they revived Superman and people were calling him Clark, oops. Then how are they going to explain Clark Kent is now alive after they buried him?

    Also, was I the only one that missed how Flash got injured and then nothing after?
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    3 Weeks Ago  Nov 18, 2017, 5:24 PM - Re: Justice League (Post-release) #33

    “You can’t do this forever”

    “Hell I can barely do it now...”


    This was a great line. Felt very Joss /Malcolm Reynolds like


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    3 Weeks Ago  Nov 18, 2017, 5:37 PM - Re: Justice League (Post-release) #34

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    Saw it last night and I thought it was a good movie, had a good time. Thoughts after, so cops were standing around when they revived Superman and people were calling him Clark, oops. Then how are they going to explain Clark Kent is now alive after they buried him?

    Also, was I the only one that missed how Flash got injured and then nothing after?
    I noticed, but it's easy to assume he heals quickly - fast metabolism and all that as stated during pizza time. They probably addressed it before they started chopping for the two hours, can imagine a little bit of dialogue like that making the floor.

    Honestly, even I can't come up with a good enough reason (yet) for Clark being alive and seen by other people. It can be explained away in a movie down the line of course and I think it will be. Second viewing might show something.

    I know why Henry mentioned Rebirth in an interview now though...perhaps he is alluding to the "old Supes" taking the "new Supes" place and things/documents being falsified and such.
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    3 Weeks Ago  Nov 18, 2017, 6:34 PM - Re: Justice League (Post-release) #35

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    I noticed, but it's easy to assume he heals quickly - fast metabolism and all that as stated during pizza time. They probably addressed it before they started chopping for the two hours, can imagine a little bit of dialogue like that making the floor.

    Honestly, even I can't come up with a good enough reason (yet) for Clark being alive and seen by other people. It can be explained away in a movie down the line of course and I think it will be. Second viewing might show something.

    I know why Henry mentioned Rebirth in an interview now though...perhaps he is alluding to the "old Supes" taking the "new Supes" place and things/documents being falsified and such.
    This movie did require a lot of suspension of disbelief in injuries. People recovered faster than in old westerns. Batman was actually worst for this. A couple times he suffered what should have been paralyzing injuries, then acted a bit sore for one scene, had a glass of whiskey, then bank in the saddle.

    I decided to just let go of disbelief for this one. I knew I wasn't going to get anything super well thought out. Silly can be fun if you accept the silly.
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    3 Weeks Ago  Nov 18, 2017, 6:38 PM - Re: Justice League (Post-release) #36

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    This movie did require a lot of suspension of disbelief in injuries. People recovered faster than in old westerns. Batman was actually worst for this. A couple times he suffered what should have been paralyzing injuries, then acted a bit sore for one scene, had a glass of whiskey, then bank in the saddle.

    I decided to just let go of disbelief for this one. I knew I wasn't going to get anything super well thought out. Silly can be fun if you accept the silly.
    And Bale strapping a leg brace on and suddenly able to break bricks or getting his back broken and then able to jump and climb walls isn’t silly? 🤪🤪

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    3 Weeks Ago  Nov 18, 2017, 7:02 PM - Re: Justice League (Post-release) #37

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    And Bale strapping a leg brace on and suddenly able to break bricks or getting his back broken and then able to jump and climb walls isn’t silly? 浪浪

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    Yeah - if you apply genuine thought to a lot of the stuff we love it can fall apart quickly, which sucks. It can also stand up well by seeing things we haven't before as long as we are open minded. I enjoy discovering whether things do or not. I'm unsure on this one because I've only seen the film once.

    I don't agree with the sort of standard response for films such as these along the lines of "it's about a talking tree, like just go along with it" really. All decent films should follow a fairly well done verisimilitude, I think. Despite what many think of their content, MoS, BvS and WW are great examples of this. Not sure if JL is yet, and thats part of my issues with it so far.

    Some of the best in the MCU and X-Men films establish excellent in universe consistency (this doesn't necessarily mean accuracy) too, such as First Class, Winter Soldier etc.
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    3 Weeks Ago  Nov 18, 2017, 7:15 PM - Re: Justice League (Post-release) #38

    I'm just going to repost my "review," edited for the more forgiving atmosphere here, from the pre-release thread.

    Eff the critics, I had a damn good time watching this movie.

    A big complaint with this movie is the villain and sure he's pretty generic, but no more generic than [insert Marval villain here]. And the way they defeat him was pretty dumb really.

    But I go to these big team-up movies for the team, not the enemy they face, and in that aspect the film delivers. The characters were all pretty much given their due, even if I did want a little bit more of each.

    Thankfully, the color palette was given a ton more vibrancy this time around (probably due to Whedon tbh). The only downside of that was Affleck, who in his scenes as Bruce Wayne looked way too made-up. I'm not sure why it was only him and not everybody else that looked that way.

    Also: yay! Super breath is back!

    All in all a pretty solid film. Does it compare to Marvel movies? No, but why should it? This is a different universe with very different characters, it doesn't need to be a Marvel clone. It's got its own tone (which has been lightened significantly) that I and very many others appreciate. Let Marvel be Marvel and let DC be DC. If you don't like what DC is offering, stick to the animated stuff or Marvel movies.
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    3 Weeks Ago  Nov 18, 2017, 7:26 PM - Re: Justice League (Post-release) #39

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    And Bale strapping a leg brace on and suddenly able to break bricks or getting his back broken and then able to jump and climb walls isn’t silly? 🤪🤪

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    In fairness, I never even bothered to watch that movie. My suspension of disbelief has limits.
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    3 Weeks Ago  Nov 18, 2017, 9:22 PM - Re: Justice League (Post-release) #40

    The movie is ok but its less than what it should be.

    WB has butchered it totally by deleting key scenes which would enhance the movie. There are many scenes filmed and deleted because WB mandated a under 2 hour cut, which is ridiculous.

    This is what a Vfx artist says about it who worked on the movie.
    https://www.reddit.com/r/movies/comments/7dhu3f/official_discussion_justice_league_spoilers/dq05bf7/

    "No, vfx houses don't see or have anything to do with cutting the films together. We deliver shots, and find out if they're being included or not. A lot of lovely work was omitted, unfortunately, in favour of what we had to rush from the reshoots. Having seen the film now I'm massively disappointed that 95% of Superman's scenes are from the reshoots."


    Even in the trailers, deleted scenes where Alfred supposedly meets Superman are missing from the final cut.
    Looks like WB totally massacred this movie to try please people, instead of sticking to the vision of the director.

    Apparently, Snyders original cut is 3 hours but WB didn't like it so got Whedon to rewrite some additional scenes.
    Snyder's family tragedy meant he had to abandon it completely and so Whedon directed these scenes.

    You only have to look at the reshot scenes, Afflecks wig is terrible compared to the original Snyder footage shot and many of the trailer scenes are missing in the final release.

    The color grading is also way too bright IMO.



    You can tell which scenes are Snyder and which are Whedon quite easily.

    1AtlF5j.jpg


    Oh yeah, for anyone interested, here are leaked deleted scenes, including a Barry Allen and Iris scene which has unfinished CGI. God knows how they leaked this.

    https://vimeo.com/album/4863137
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    3 Weeks Ago  Nov 19, 2017, 12:13 AM - Re: Justice League (Post-release) #41

    I've pretty much been avoiding all things movie related on the internet for the past week just to make sure I didn't read any spoilers on this movie, but I finally saw it so I figured I'd come and see what everyone on theRPF thought of it, and I was surprised and happy to see more than a few posts from people who genuinely enjoyed it

    I saw it late Thursday night in RealD 3D (I'm still disappointed it's only showing in IMAX 2D, not 3D ), and I'm honestly shocked at all the terrible reviews it seems to be getting! I thought the movie was amazing, especially considering everything that seemed to have happened behind the scenes (Zach Snyder stepping down and Joss Whedon finishing it up, doing reshoots, etc). Of course I may be biased, as I am a massive DC fan (especially anything Superman/Batman related), plus I've enjoyed or outright loved every single one of the DCEU films, yes even Suicide Squad (even though it was nowhere near as good as I'd originally hoped/expected, and I still don't particularly like the Joker's portrayal). Which is why I (re)watched all 4 of the DCEU movies (in release order) before seeing Justice League


    I did notice the whole mustache thing in the opening scene, but I doubt I would've noticed it after that scene if I hadn't been looking for it. Although even with me looking for it I don't recall noticing it more than maybe 1 other time, so I don't get what all the freaking out about it is (I do hate that it was even necessary for them to CGI it out, but it's nowhere near as big a deal as most are making it out to be). I don't really feel like posting an in depth review just yet, at least not until I see it at least one more time, but there are a few things I feel like mentioning...


    The CGI (for Cyborg) was A LOT better than I was expecting it to be, but it definitely wasn't perfect by any means. I'm still not too happy with Jason Momoa as Aquaman (Amber Heard was amazing and beautiful as Mera though), mainly because I just think he looks really odd with those eyes (plus I still wish they had gone with someone like Charlie Hunnam), but other than that I thought he was good (the scene when he sits on the lasso of truth was great). Last but definitely not least, The Flash was awesome and hilarious in almost every scene, but I was not too impressed/happy with some of the Barry Allen scenes (although the only one I can recall is the first scene with him visiting his father in prison, which just felt off/awkward to me, but that may be because I am a huge fan of CW's The Flash). One of my favorite scenes was right after Kal-El was resurrected when he was fighting the League, I was damn near squealing with excitement at that entire scene, especially when Flash tried to run up on him and Kal looks at him through the corner of his eye, Barry's slow motion reaction to realizing he (Kal) is fast enough to perceive him was hilarious!

    Oh and probably my favorite scene from the entire movie (visually anyways) was that flashback scene with the Green Lanterns, (Old) Gods, Atlanteans, Amazons, etc fighting off Steppenwolf and the Parademons, that was one of the most amazing scenes I've ever watched in a movie! I so badly wanted to yell "Rewind it and show us that scene again!" in the theater I cannot wait to watch it again in slow-motion on Blu-ray!

    Of course I won't be waiting for the BD to watch the movie again, as I'm sure I'll end up seeing Justice League in theaters at least twice the amount of times that I saw Batman v Superman, which was at least 4-5 times if I remember correctly. The only reason I haven't already seen it a second time is because I wasn't able to make it last night like I'd planned. I'm planning to go the late IMAX 2D showtime tonight (in under 2 hours), but if I'm unable to make it I will definitely go to the one tomorrow night, right after I watch episode 5 of The Walking Dead S8 at my local discount theater for free
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    3 Weeks Ago  Nov 19, 2017, 3:00 AM - Re: Justice League (Post-release) #42

    I haven't caught the full film yet, but I did pick up on something a bit distracting recently.. Quite a few folks are mentioning Henry's CGI stache problem... but am I the only one who thinks Ben has done something to his face? The change is very noticible in the reshoots and his recent interviews.. his face looks super stiff. Maybe a bit of Botox for the Bat?
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    3 Weeks Ago  Nov 19, 2017, 5:50 AM - Re: Justice League (Post-release) #43

    Haven't had time to read all the comments here, but I'll say, as I've seen mentioned, these actors are on point. I wouldn't have imagined Aquaman almost stealing the movie. Almost, because I even loved the characters I knew nothing about, going in, like Cyborg (got to love casting Joe Morton as the father of a cyborg).

    The rebirth of Superman had a lot more symbolism than I thought it would, as the death of him seemed to have significantly softened Bruce Wayne, but it was great to see Superman actually enjoy being alive and enjoy being Superman. On a personal note, being a son who had to see my mom bury a child, the reunion between Clark and Martha was very moving. As soon as I thought "Oh crap, this is Diane Lane that's going to do this scene...." I choked up.

    I can't really imagine a better cast for these characters. I'm still laughing about Auquaman spilling his guts when not knowing he was lassoed.

    I'm hoping there will be an extended cut.
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    3 Weeks Ago  Nov 19, 2017, 10:30 AM - Re: Justice League (Post-release) #44

    I am already imagining all of the beautiful Blu-rays that will be released for this! I can't wait to see the artwork for the Target Digibook, Best Buy Steelbook, and 3D Combo! I'm also kind of hoping that Amazon continues their trend of releasing statue sets, although if they release 6 different sets that will be quite expensive

    Oh and I didn't go see it last night like I'd planned/hoped, but I was reading about it a lot last night, and I found a post on another forum that I frequent containing a supposed list of everything that Whedon changed/added/removed, and the list is quite long.

    I'm going to spoiler tag it, mainly because it's very long, but also because it may contain spoilers for any potential Extended Cut (which is why I only read a few from the list)...

    Edit: -superman in the cell phone footage is Whedon

    - intro with Batman was Whedon, same with Batman in the plane talking to Alfred

    - World without Hope montage was Snyder. The Lois bit with the empty bed next to her is actually from a later point in the movie repurposed for this

    - Snyder original cut had the World without Hope montage go straight into Batman meeting with Aquaman in the village which went on longer as well. Same with their conversation after as Aquaman swims off

    - Deleted Snyder scene with Martha and Lois talking in the apartment.

    - Wonder Woman sequence in London is mostly all Snyder but trimmed down as the original had her taking out all the bad guys and additional slow-mo. Snyder loves his close up to convey information as there's a close up of the lead bad guy changing the gun from single to automatic mode after Wonder Woman stops the first bullet. Reshoots did add dialogue between Wonder Woman and lead bad guy before she stops all the bullets. This reshoot had everything finished to get it ready for the movie so I suspect this will be in extended version

    - this cuts into the Amazonian which is Snyder and mostly not changed. A scene they removed was an Amazon being turned into a demon during Steppenwolf initial encounter. She kills herself before the transformation finishes. This shot was finished so maybe extended version

    - anything with the russian family is Whedon

    - Cyborgs dad talking to the janitor at Star Labs was Whedon

    - Cyborg intro with his dad is a longer scene as well and Snyder . The scene starts with him looking at the people walking around the streets enjoying their lives as he looks on with envy.

    - Wonder Woman meeting up with Batman while he repairs the jet was Snyder, them discussing the nature of the motherboxes on the Lake was Whedon.

    - Thousand year battle is mostly the same in Snyder version, there was a back and forth between adding more focus on the Green Lantern or not. Darkseid actually showed up here as a visual stand in for Steppenwolf as one point the model wasn't quite ready yet.

    - Flash scene filling out the forms and visiting his dad is Snyder

    - Batman meeting Flash was Snyder. Whedon added 'people are slow, I'll try to keep up' bit

    - Aquaman saving the man out in the sea was originally the end montage footage repurposed to here and it was Snyder. I believe the bits of him dumping the guy at the bar is Snyder as well

    - Aquaman coming back as Steppenwolf tries and succeed in taking the motherbox is Snyder still. The only real change up is when Aquaman and Mera have a discussion which again went on longer and was a mix of both Snyder, Whedon and Wan as Aquaman was filming at the time

    The discussion between Mera and Aquaman was deleted at some point and I believe someone fought hard for this to come back in the edit which I'm glad they kept in.

    - janitor being taken by the demon is Snyder

    - Woman on tv about her missing husband, Lois/Martha at the daily planet is Whedon

    - Cyborg calling out to meet Wonder Woman and their meeting on the streets is mostly Snyder. There may be some minor bits with Cyborg as a reshoot but unsure. Alfred line about date night may have been ADR later

    - Cyborg dad being kidnapped by demon to Gordon in the station to the gang meeting up on the roof and then heading to the sewers is Snyder but trimmed by a few seconds.

    - Wonder Woman talking about 'doing this together as a team' and Cyborg 'didn't think you were real' were cut

    - Flash panicking and Batman encouraging him to save one person is Whedon

    - Cyborg saving his dad is mostly the same so Snyder.

    - Wonder Woman openly taunts Steppenwolf was cut before shoving him through the wall. The fight is Snyder with added Whedon dialogue as Wonder Woman looks pissed Steppenwolf mentioned his axe having amazon blood on it.

    - Flash interrupts Batman as he fights the demons, this is where the dodge sequence occurred and later cut. There was an attempt to keep it in for many versions with even a reshoot element of Flash saying 'I thought we were suppose to do this together!' Flash pushing the demon through the wall was later repurposed as Cyborg doing it. Most likely will not be extended version

    - I believe Batman yells at Flash to ensure the Star Labs people are out with Cyborgs help as a demon starts to overpower Batman

    - Scene with Cyborg getting people out as Flash looks on is cut

    - the Flash getting people out one at a time is Whedon as is Cyborg dad explaining to him that they're after the box as Cyborg shoots a demon (repurposed from earlier)

    - Batman fighting the demon on the higher level is Snyder with the WW fight still the same.

    - Steppenwolf throws WW to the wall and then charges his axe at her which she dodges, this attack causes a chain reaction in which the building starts to crumble on the outside and there's now falling debris which leds towards a cut of the Star Labs people outside with the Flash. He see the debris falling so he uses his speed to punch the debris out of the way from the people but somehow misses the last big piece in which Cyborg shoots it out of the way. This was cut and in the original trailer:

    https://youtu.be/3cxixDgHUYw?t=47

    This sequence had mostly finished VFX but I doubt you will see this in extended

    - Batman saying 'my turn' is Snyder and is cut replaced with 'I didn't bring a sword' and 'he's tall' is Whedon.

    - Cyborg asking Flash to go check on the others is cut. VFX was finished as well

    - Flash helping WW with her sword is Snyder. Face plant joke after is Whedon

    - Whedon reshoot of Flash replying with 'does he mean me?' when Steppenwolf mentions the Old Gods blood is cut

    - WW doing her arm thing, Flash being taken by the demons, Cyborg taking over the vehicle and shooting at Steppenwolf and the flood is Snyder

    - Reshot element from Wan of Aquaman emerging from the water to kick Steppenwolf before turning back to try to help slow down the flooding.

    - 'did he just bail?' is ADR in, not part of Snyder original cut.

    - Meeting up with Gordon and Cyborg coming back with the box is Snyder. Some scenes trimmed down

    - Steppenwolf speech about finding the last box is mostly the same in Snyder.

    - The gang going to the Batcave is Whedon, there was an extended scene with Flash and Alfred and Flash hugs Alfred some reason.

    - The gang talking about the nature of the boxes and bringing back Superman is Whedon. Gal was not available during this time as she was doing press tour for Wonder Woman so her double was her stand in and even did some acting and that bit with her hitting Batman. In the wide shots if you look carefully you can still see that it's not Gal.

    The footage of Gal was shot on a later date with green screen and composited in

    - Batman talking to Alfred about Superman was Whedon

    - Batman overlooking the ship is Snyder. Batman talking to Wonder Woman about the plan overlooking the kryptonian ship is Whedon

    - the Lois shot from earlier in the opening montage movie was a part of this sequence as Alfred attempts to call her as well. Snyder

    - break into the kryptonian ship was a longer, Cyborgs dad fakes a code red to get everyone out of the lab so the gang can get in without any major issues. There was some more additional dialogue with Flash and Aquaman. Snyder with a small chance that this may be in the extended

    - preparing Superman body for the ship is Snyder.

    - deleted scene - Cyborg having a premonition during his countdown. During the count of 'one' he starts to see things of possibly future events such as the end of the League, knightmare world and more importantly Darkseid.

    - Superman resurrection and battle with the league members is mostly Snyder with bits trimmed down.

    - Flash mentioning 'pet semenetary' is Whedon

    - Flash actively tries to kick Superman during their fight which was cut

    - Anytime Superman is talking during this is Whedon, even 'do you bleed?'

    - Batman making a quip about if he's bleeding is Whedon

    - Steppenwolf stealing the last box is the same in all versions

    - Superman coming home to his farm with Lois is Snyder.

    - Gang discussing their plan of attack now is Whedon

    - Batman and Wonder Woman talking about leadership and her fixing his arm is all Whedon

    - Superman talking about the ring is Snyder and cut. Superman talking to Lois in the field is Whedon. Not sure if Martha showing up to meet her son is Whedon or Snyder

    - Steppenwolf preparing the unification is the same in all versions

    - Cyborg finding the location is Whedon which leads to the gang getting on the ship is Snyder

    - deleted scene of Superman coming back to the kryptonian ship and getting his suit back. VFX was finished so maybe extended version

    - Aquaman with the lasso of Truth is all Whedon, Gal again wasn't here so body double in the wide shot with Gal elements being shot later

    - Batman taking down the shield and the league helping each other out to reach Steppenwolf is Snyder. Close up of Wonder Woman smiling is a Whedon as well Batman making quips during this scene

    - Deleted scenes - showing various people around the worlds reacting to the unification process as red skies and lightening start to happen (Martha/Lois, Cyborg Dad, Gordon, Aquaman village at the beginning, london and so forth)

    - Trailer scene with Wonder Woman saying 'shall we?' with Aquaman and Cyborg was adjusted. 'Shall we' was cut and replaced with the new Whedon line

    - Cyborg and Flash stuff here is mostly now all Whedon

    - Batman telling Flash to get people to safety is Whedon

    - lots of Wonder Woman and Aquaman fighting are adjusted or reordered but still Snyder

    - Superman coming back is all Whedon. There was a wide shot of Superman during the 'I like truth' which was removed but the final edit of how it plays out is better in my opinion

    - Superman with the slow mo punch dodge is Snyder. As before anything with Superman talking is Whedon during this finale

    - Original previs was Wonder Woman cutting off Steppenwolf head but later changed. Steppenwolf demise was reworked a few times

    - Steppenwolf fear demise through the boomtube is Whedon

    - there was concept art showing the trinity looking through the end of the boomtube revealing Darkseid. Unsure if this element was ever filmed as the movie itself never had it in any version I saw.

    - The slow mo shot of all of them with Flash fist bumping Cyborg is Snyder

    - close up with the trinity is three different elements composited together as the actors were not available at the same time.

    - the end montage is Snyder (yes, even that weird run Flash does) with Whedon element being Wonder Woman stopping the robbery in London

    THE END

    Flash doing the race with Superman = Whedon
    Lex discussing forming their own league = Snyder

    My main thought which was a better version:

    - I believe that Snyder original version was more leading towards a UC style edit like BvS as I felt there was a lot of moments for the movie to breath but with some wtf ness in characters moments (flash basically standing around and doing nothing when he could do stuff) where as I feel Whedon had a lot more character beats and dialogue between them to punch it up.

    - I'm not too sure if there will be an extended version but if there was I can easily see an additional 10-20 minutes.




    I have no idea if it's real or not, and like I said I only read a few of them, but I figured I'd post it here in case anyone is curious

    Oh and here's a link to the place the OP on the other forum found the list = Community Spotlight: DCEU Era |OT| Crisis on Infinite Forums (the link should take you right to the relevant post, #6479). I definitely wouldn't put money on it being legit, but the few that I read seemed to make sense to me so who knows.
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    3 Weeks Ago  Nov 19, 2017, 6:17 PM - Re: Justice League (Post-release) #45

    Saw it yesterday with my son and we really enjoyed it.


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    3 Weeks Ago  Nov 19, 2017, 11:35 PM - Re: Justice League (Post-release) #46

    Unfortunately it looks like it didn't hit the numbers that they thought it would at the box office. We're either gonna see more DC films ruined by WB or they're finally gonna let the directors have their way. The way I see it, the public cares more about Marvel than DC because Marvel is so passionate about the movies that they're making and they took their time to build their movies. I feel like DC is passionate about their movies but Warner Bros only saw them as a cash grabber and forced them to put the movies out as soon as possible to take in all the cash.
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    3 Weeks Ago  Nov 20, 2017, 1:16 AM - Re: Justice League (Post-release) #47

    Saw it with my wife and boys today and we all loved it. We enjoyed all the characters. Loved seeing Superman really be the Superman I’ve been waiting to see. Wonder Woman lit up the screen and Batman was fantastic. I liked Flash and Cyborg much more than I thought I would. Overall, this was an absolute touchdown with my family.


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    3 Weeks Ago  Nov 20, 2017, 10:15 AM - Re: Justice League (Post-release) #48

    The cinemascore for this movie is a B+. The audience score on RT is at 85%, the critics 37%. That's an almost 50% disparity between the two. Pretty good indication that the critics are out of touch with theatergoers, cuz this has happened with every DC movie, albeit not to the same degree as JL.
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    3 Weeks Ago  Nov 20, 2017, 10:36 AM - Re: Justice League (Post-release) #49

    Is it me or do all Ares, Steppenwolf and enchatess's brother all wear similar type costumes? It just seems like these villans are forgettable and don't have great costumes that stand out.

    The same thing goes for Guardians of the Galaxy Ronan and X-Men Apocalypse looked very similar.
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    3 Weeks Ago  Nov 20, 2017, 12:52 PM - Re: Justice League (Post-release) #50

    I got to see it last night and I went in with pretty low expectations, I wasn't expecting a hot mess exactly but I was expecting a "meh" kind of movie, not great but not bad either. Instead, I found myself really enjoying it, a lot more than I expected to and I was one of those who Superman, BvS, and Suicide Squad were all rather, meh. I still think that the costumes are too busy but not as bad onscreen as they appeared in stills, all except Baman's costume in the last fight, I liked the design but the construction seemed rather poor since Affleck didn't seem like he could move very well in that thing.

    I thought that all of the characters were done pretty well, I even liked Aquman a bit even though I'm not the biggest Jason Momoa fan out there, and this is despite me being a big Stargate fan. My favorite character, by far, was the Flash, I really enjoyed Ezra Miller's performance and he really stole the show, for me. However, some of his running scenes were kind of weird though, I don't know if they were Whedon or Snyder scenes but in some of them, Miller looked more like he waving his arms around wildly than like he was actually running.

    I forgot all about the Caville mustache, so I can say that without know about it I didn't notice anything funky about his face at any time. What I did notice is Batman/Bruce Wayne's beard grows out really fast. In the scene where Bruce goes to recruit Barry we see that he shaves his stubble off and his nice and very clean shaven. As far as I can recall, he's still that way by the time his plane lands and he and Barry meet Diane and see the Bat Signal. But by the time he's suited up and meets Gordon on top of the police HQ his stubble has already grown back to where it was before he shaved it off. Does his beard really grow that fast or is there some sort of tech built into his suit to make his beard grow out once he puts the cowl on?

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