Arman 🍃’s review published on Letterboxd:
Most of Zack Snyder's Justice League felt like it didn't differ that much from the garbage that was released in 2017 except for all of the scenes being longer and horribly lit. I hope Snyder and his collaborators learn how to properly light a scene one day because most of the time only half of the actor's faces could be seen. I understand they tried to make the film look 'dark', but they took that a little too seriously. However, the final battle was pretty epic and I honestly don't understand why that was cut in the first place. There's one scene where The Flash reverses time in slow-motion with Junkie XL's score in the background that is better than the entire 2017 cut.
I can say this is definitely an improvement over Joss Whedon's version, but that really wasn't that hard. Cyborg gets his much-needed background story, the film has a better structure, and Snyder actually takes his time for the team to get formed. It could've done without the overly long epilogue though, which truly added nothing to this except teasing something that is probably never going to happen. I'm really wondering what Warner Brothers is going to do with this universe, I'm sure they don't have a clue themselves.
I have to say though, Superman looked really, really good in that suit.