Gal is more attractive. And just going on the performances in Wonder Woman and Thor: Ragnarok, Gal wins as well. Tessa didn't portray a drunk, bitter warrior who uses booze to escape her past better than Gal becoming Wonder Woman. I mean, her and Skurge basically played the same role in the movie. Asgardian warrior only looking out for themselves but eventually does the right thing and fight for Asgard. And to me, Skurge played his part better.
For all you movie buffs, there is a movie called, Fallen. The villain has the ability to transfer his consciousness to other people. Basically body swapping. So if I had that power, I would basically be immortal and a shape shifter in one. I would be unstoppable.
Most likely still tied up. If not, he's Batman. He can find him again if he needs too.
I'm just speculating but maybe the bomb itself was just a catalyst to a bigger explosion. Similar to Batman Begins with Wayne Tower. Blow up the building to cause an ever bigger explosion. Just my guess.
Again just speculating here, I think, he maybe was wearing a bomb vest and set it off. Diana did her bracelet thing to blow back the explosion to save the hostages behind her.
Agreed. DCEU has no need to add that kind of humor to its movies.
Yes. A lot was missing. Extended version or uncut version is necessary.
The ship in terms of strength. The building in terms of finesse. Holding up a building like that, while flying, and not having it crumble is something else. Like balancing a broomstick in your palm while running a marathon.
Probably won't happen but...I would put her in a movie trilogy using the story line of the Long Halloween. Have Batman off world doing Justice League stuff and have Barbara deal with the Long Halloween events. Keep the story simple, Falcones and Maroni's. Later insert the Joker and Harley crew as they rise to power after the mob families take each other out. And finish it off with the reveal of Harvey Dent as Two Face. And post credit scene showing Harvey's wife being involved as well.
An 8 for me. The action was great. Everything a super hero movie should be. The power displayed in the movie was awesome. The heroes and their interactions were good and felt natural. And the return of Superman and his display of abilities were on point. And I enjoyed the villain, Steppenwolf. While not flashy, he was shown to be a threat each and every time he clashed with the league, before Superman showed up of course. But every time before that he handled himself well. He was no slouch.
My only disappointment is that it's very evident that a lot of scenes were missing. Almost half of the scenes in the trailers were cut out. No Alfred scene talking to someone off camera, no cyborg scene crashing into a tank or something. So I guess, similar to BVS, the ultimate edition of the movie will probably be better than the theatrical version.
Disagree with me, but I voted for Steppenwolf. If this was Loki, from Thor 1 and Avengers 1 then my vote would've been different. But I'm not a fan of the way they portray him now. Similar to Sylar of NBC's Heroes, started out great and ended up a shell of himself.