The Flash: DC's `if you leave it, it's a pity, it's a sin` movie from DC 1

The Flash: DC’s `if you leave it, it’s a pity, it’s a sin` movie from DC

The Flash is like a project that’s bad and bad for DC.

The Flash is DC’s first blockbuster after James Gunn took over this cinematic universe.

Superhero The Flash takes audiences back in time and turns the entire DC Cinematic Universe upside down in his own movie.

Successfully saving his family from disaster, The Flash got into trouble when his powers were accidentally transferred to this past version of Barry – who was a sassy, mischievous student.

The Flash: DC's `if you leave it, it's a pity, it's a sin` movie from DC
The Flash: DC's `if you leave it, it's a pity, it's a sin` movie from DC

Ezra Miller shows off his diverse acting skills when portraying two adult and `younger` versions of Barry Allen at the same time.

The comedy segment is enhanced with the return of veteran actor Michael Keaton as Batman.

One thing The Flash does well is the details that entertain fans in the movie.

The crew also added many different versions of themselves into the film, especially Kara Zor-El – who later became Supergirl.

Despite being filled with cameo scenes and fan service, The Flash still successfully completed the development of the film’s main story.

The story of Barry Allen’s family in the film evokes many emotions for viewers.

The core of The Flash script is a touching story about family love, conveying the message that people should not live in the pain of the past but consider it as luggage and lessons for the future.

The appearance of many cameos brings both benefits and harms to the overall film.

Another minus point of The Flash is the special effects, which are used in almost 90% of the scenes.

The action in the movie is also not special.

The Flash can be considered a good quality solo movie.

Ezra Miller’s film still feels like a leftover from Zack Snyder’s empire rather than the beginning of a completely new cinematic universe.

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The Flash: DC's `if you leave it, it's a pity, it's a sin` movie from DC

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