In the apparently never-ending war between DC and Marvel, DC has suffered a
few critical setbacks. But now, the DCEU is bringing together all
the best weapons in its comic book arsenal for Justice League to make what almost feels like its last
stand against an endless bombardment of bad reviews.
So far, audiences have embraced the DCEU's at the box office, but even the staunchest DC supporters could
turn on the studio if its magnum opus repeats the mistakes of its inaugural entries. As it stands, the DCEU has been coasting on good will towards iconic
characters while delivering less than stellar work and there is a
limit to how long this wave of nostalgia to box office glory can sustain.
Additionally, Zack Snyder is back in the
director's chair for Justice League and while he has his fans, his spotty track record is definitely a
cause for concern. Most crucially, there are a few important lessons he needs to learn if he
wants to ace Justice League, not just for the success of the film itself, but
for the future of the franchise moving forward.
Here are the most important
ways Justice League needs to improve on its predecessors to be a hit with audiences and critics alike.