From Man of Steel to Justice League: All DC universe movies ranked

But perhaps it was inevitable. I actually enjoyed this film more than the original Avengers. But the jocular, fun interplay between the main characters and watching some of the greatest superheroes (the ones with whom I grew up with) come to life was an unforgettable experience. Justice League: Personally, I liked Justice League a lot. While Patty Jenkins’ Wonder Woman must have made the Warner Bros/DC honchos elated, their happiness did not last much long when Justice League came and failed to impress critics. Marvel began its Cinematic Universe back in 2008 with Iron Man and even after a few disappointments like The Incredible Hulk and Iron Man 2, Marvel has captured the superhero market with 17 films released as of now, and most of them blockbusters. It is a surprise that Justice League is watchable with the trouble it had during production. 2. 2017-11-25T12:04:53+00:00″>
Published: November 25, 2017 12:04 pm

DC’s Extended Universe began with 2013 film Man of Steel. 5. Man of Steel: Here is where I differ with most critics. The music, the cinematography, the lines (“You will give the people of Earth an ideal to strive towards. And the fight works, for the most part, until the infamous ‘Martha’ moment. Batman v Superman is a monstrosity that should never have been made. They will race behind you, they will stumble, they will fall. This film, despite flaws, made me more hopeful as to where DCEU is going. For all the latest Entertainment News, download Indian Express App
© IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd Suicide Squad: This movie just cannot seem to make up its mind as to what it wants to be. I am not enamoured of CGI, but I understand when Kryptonians fight, there is bound to be destruction on an unprecedented scale. Remember what they say about the early bird. Without trying to accomplish an overarching objective, Wonder Woman checked all the boxes and delivered a fantastic origin story of probably the most popular female superhero in the history of comics. Instead, we get a disjointed film, in which one gets the sense that the people behind the camera are crazier than the inmates of Arkham Asylum can ever be. So here is the ranking of all the DC Extended Universe movies released from 2013’s Man of Steel to 2017’s Justice League. But he sucks at implementing them. In time, you will help them accomplish wonders”), everything was perfect. 1. Man of Steel also had the best scene in DCEU yet: when the Man of Steel flies for the first time. Related News
Make-up artist creates Wonder Woman costume with Yoga mat – and it’s all under Rs 1950This Batman joke in Justice League didn’t make the cutJustice League actor Ben Affleck admires Rose McGowan for her tenacityWarner Bros and DC have had mixed success with their shared universe yet and that has as much to do with bad filmmaking as to the Marvel effect. Whether it would prefer to descend into total madness or it would like to be too self-serious – we do not know and that is the problem with this film. The No Man’s Land scene in the film is the stuff superhero are made of. 3. DC kicked off its Extended Universe with Man of Steel which received mixed reviews and followed it with two duds that were Batman V Superman and Suicide Squad. 4. But in time, they will join you in the sun, Kal. Patty Jenkins did what a veteran in superhero movies (Snyder) could not do: tell an inspiring, lovable and warm story. Batman v Superman: The face-off between two of the most iconic superheroes on earth… and you wish it had never taken place. Zack Snyder has great ideas. Wonder Woman: The single DCEU film that can take on any Marvel Cinematic Universe film. In spite of some amazing individual performances Margot Robbie as Harley Quinn is superb), the disparate elements in the film do not gel together to make a big whole. But it has also made DC fans hopeful in that the makers have shown flexibility in terms of the tone of their universe (from hopelessness to optimism) and their was some much needed humour. I think Man of Steel is a great film albeit with a messy, effect-heavy climax. It is a welcome change to pit a jaded Batman against an indignant Superman who refuses to smile (compare Cavill’s Superman in this film to Christopher Reeve’s in 1978 film, Superman). Of course, this film gets many things wrong – villain could not be more generic.