Storyline: Barry Allen uses his super speed to change the past, but his attempt to save his family creates a world without super heroes, forcing him to race for his life in order to save the future.

Director: Andy Muschietti
Writers: Christina Hodson, John Francis Daley, Jonathan Goldstein, Joby Harold

Ezra Miller … Barry Allen / The Flash
Michael Keaton … Bruce Wayne / Batman
Sasha Calle … Kara Zor-El / Supergirl
Michael Shannon … General Zod
Ron Livingston … Henry Allen
Maribel Verdú … Nora Allen
Kiersey Clemons … Iris West
Jeremy Irons … Alfred Pennyworth
Antje Traue … Faora-Ul
Saoirse-Monica Jackson … Patty
Rudy Mancuso … Albert
Temuera Morrison … Thomas Curry
Sanjeev Bhaskar … David Singh
Sean Rogers … Gary
Kieran Hodgson … Sandwich Guy
Luke Brandon Field … Al Falcone
Ian Loh … Kid Barry
Karl Collins … Henry’s Lawyer

Produced by: 
Michael Disco … producer
Toby Emmerich … executive producer
Walter Hamada … executive producer
Marianne Jenkins … executive producer
Michael Lerman … co-producer
Richard Mirisch … co-producer
Barbara Muschietti … producer
Galen Vaisman … executive producer

Run Time: 2 hr, 15 min, 18 sec
Rating: 2 out of 5 stars
Comments: Flash and Batman are working well together as part of the Justice League.
Barry is shown suffering over his mother’s death. Than he time travels and it looks so stupid. Barry is not done as an overly intelligent man. His changing the past is done in a very simplistic way.
The Flash vibrating through objects again looks so stupid. He and his younger version are both idiots.
The speed force until they tell you that is what it is you might not guess that is what it is.
So Barry and Young Barry come across as clowns except for the super speed. Even that is played with to much. Than you get serious drama between the two and it is depressing. This movie is long and drawn out with not much of anything happening.
Finally as Batman joins them we are treated to a fight and yes Batman is one tough guy with Russians. Kara is amazing in action with her fighting style she can handle herself well.
The team here finally comes together and they think they are rready to face the enemy. the enemy General Zod there is almost no build up to show how evil he is. There is no focus on him at all throughout the movie.
The final battle against Zod is full of action. The way the battle goes it does not leave as much sense of danger for those involved as it should. The ending here just kind of ends as you expect it to but with a slight twist that is kind of expected.
The movie could have and should have delivered so much more.

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