Director: Andy Muschietti
Starring: Ezra Miller, Michael Keaton, Sasha Calle, Ben Affleck, Michael Shannon, Ron Livingston, Maribel Verdú
DC’s much-anticipated and long delayed release of The Flash has finally arrived and should wow audiences thanks to its dazzling special effects and Michael Keaton’s return as Batman. Ezra Miller has portrayed Barry Allen/The Flash in a few movies for the DCEU and now it’s his first pseudo standalone movie. I say that because of the multitude of cameos and heroes that pop up throughout. Barry Allen is always there to help Bruce Wayne and the other members of the Justice League but never gets the credit or respect he deserves. His mental health isn’t great coming on the wake of his father’s trial for killing his mother when Barry was a child. Barry figures out how to travel back in time and uses this to prevent his mother’s death. It’s easy in thought, but he soon realizes that altering the past comes with dangerous consequences. He soon meets the alternate Barry Allen, who’s also played by Ezra Miller, and his buddy Bruce Wayne is not the Bruce he’s come to know. Instead, Bruce is older, disheveled, and retired as Batman. He’s now portrayed by Michael Keaton thus merging the Tim Burton Batman era with this new one in a strange paradox of multiverses.
Here’s my review