Moosa Hamad’s review published on Letterboxd:
Epic, grand and is just so fucking ambitious. I really enjoyed how much more coherent and well set up everything was. The mythological background and lore, and the world is better developed, and there are actual fucking stakes that make me give a shit. Everyone has a reason to be there and seeing them come together in the end, and becoming an actual unit gave me such joy. They all have their flaws and are looking for their greater purpose, and it’s just handled in such a sincere way.
It just feels like a massive comic event come to life, the direction, and visuals just have this personality to it that makes everything feel so much more insane. The designs of the parademons and Steppenwolf are really unique and terrifying. And the small glimpses of the knightmare timeline and Darkseid just gave me chills. It’s not without its flaws, but I’d be lying if I said I didn’t have a blast watching it. You can tell there was a clear vision and direction for these characters and this universe, and it’s bittersweet that Snyder was able to finally complete it.
There’s so much more story to tell in this universe, and the whole epilogue really makes you wonder what could have been, like god so much potential.