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film about a great clash between man and god, but this clash is seen very little since it ends in thirty seconds to focus all together on the greater evil as if nothing had happened. Moreover, the introduction of Wonderwoman does not make much sense for the purposes of the plot or those of the usefulness in combat. So although it has many flaws and some inconsistency in the plot the movie is all great and the special effects are fantastic
film that is based on the discovery of the powers of a girl, who have always been hidden in her. So going forward with various plot holes and not perfect acting the movie drags to the end becoming a classic nasty love movie mixed action for kids with few pretensions
a beautiful Batman movie, very dark and deep, full of twists and turns. In general all batman films are beautiful in my opinion but this is perhaps deeper than the others because it tells in itself a complex ache of redemption. The plot is very intricate and compelling though with some inconsistency (derived from the fact that it is very intricate)
this film is simply inconclusive, it lasts an exaggeration to not get anywhere, in conclusion it is done practically just to make another one. Besides, the film is very slow, the only positive note is that Grindelwald is a good villain
this film is quite scarier than the previous one and is also much deeper and generally done better. There are enough twists many of them beautiful or unexpectedly sad. The film is all too funny and for a horror this is not very positive, then three hours are too much to hold and the first hour half is boring and never passes, but anyway, it redeems with the second part