Taking ourselves out our elements is a difficult thing to do. Even when we’re doing it for the right reasons, it’s not any easier. That’s what all of these heroes/heroine have in common. Being who they are, they have to live dual lives. One they choose to show and the other they use to save the world. Well, the task of saving the world just got a lot harder. A new foe is about to appear, only he’s not new at all. His origins go back to the beginning of time. In that time, he’s put together a plan that seems to be flawless… Especially with his helpers. Plus, it’s not something that any of the heroes/heroine can tackle on their own. So even with all of their differences, they have to find some way to work together, if there is to be any hope. Are they enough? What will it take? Is it even possible? This carries the DC Universe further than we’ve seen on the big screen before. It may not follow the comics but it has enough to keep the story going and keep many entertained. There are a few surprises along the way and the content keeps the laughs throughout… If you’re thinking this doesn’t sound like other DC films, you may be right. The ultimate question is… Is that a good thing or a bad thing? Endless debate could occur over that singular question. Expect the unexpected and don’t give up hope, there are a few surprises.
Make sure and sit through the credits, there are 2 bonus scenes. One is in the credits, and one is at the very end.
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