Alex is the Editorial Director of The Cultured. An avid consumer of popular culture, he's enthusiastic about black-and-white movies, Star Wars, and Quentin Tarantino films. When not writing, Alex spends his free time playing video games, learning how to cook (it's been quite a journey, or so he says), and lurking on blu-ray.com for the best physical media deals.
By correcting some of the mistakes of its predecessors, the crossover film succeeds in delivering a crowd-pleasing, smash-'em-up monster flick.
We take a trip down memory lane and assess the differences between the two editions of Justice League, and why one is superior to the other.
Now that Zack Snyder’s Justice League is finally upon us, how does it stack up against its theatrical counterpart? Well, it’s superior in every way.
After the colossal failure that is Justice League, it was clear that Warner Bros.’s DC Extended Universe (DCEU), as we once knew it, has come to an end.