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JUSTICE LEAGUE UNLIMITED (2013) JUSTICE LEADER (2013), the Justice League film starring Ben Affleck, has received mixed reviews from critics and moviegoers alike.

Critics were critical of the film for a number of reasons, most notably the use of a flashback sequence that left audiences with the impression that the film was based on the events of the DC Comics’ Crisis on Infinite Earths storyline.

However, this particular flashback was a significant departure from the rest of the movie, in that it is the first time the Justice Leagues are involved in a plotline.

Additionally, the Justice Leaders of the Justice Organizations are the only characters who are shown to have died in the film, and this was one of the only times in the entire film where they were shown to be in danger.

Fans also criticized the film’s use of the term “superheroes,” which is an oft-discussed plot element of the Crisis on Infinity storyline.

However, this has been criticized by many film critics, and some have argued that the term is problematic in the context of the crisis.

The film also utilized a montage of alternate realities, and fans were quick to point out that the continuity between these alternate realities was also problematic, as some of the characters in the montage were killed off in later films.

In addition to these issues, the film also failed to adequately explore the larger societal problems of inequality and oppression in society.

Although the film did feature some good moments in its storytelling, fans were left disappointed by its ending.

There were a number issues with the ending, including the fact that the Justice Leader (Ben Affleck) and his sister (Diane Lane) are shown at the end of the credits with their names written on them, which was not shown at all in the final product.

Other critics have also noted that the scene where the Justice LEAGUES are shown fighting the Thanagaras was one that could have been more graphic, with a few graphic details being removed.

Despite these flaws, the overall positive reception for JUSTICE LEAPER has resulted in a slew of positive reviews for the movie.

Justice League Unlimited received mixed reactions from critics, with many saying that the plotline was not as complex as it should have been, and others saying that it was too short.

But critics also expressed concerns over the film using some of its most powerful characters, such as the Justice Leadership of the League, as the central villains of the story.

A few reviewers have also expressed disappointment that some of those characters were not shown, while others have praised the film as an emotional and powerful experience.

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