Poorly edited mystery-thriller that has some awful exposition-filled dialogue and a plot (and twist) that makes no sense. Should've expected this from a studio like Grindstone Entertainment, and yet they got me again. Gary Oldman must've done a huge favor for someone in the production and Jessica Alba literally is only in the film for a few minutes in a pointless scene.
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
Technically speaking, it's a mess of a film however the fanboy in me (so yes I am biased) managed to smile especially during the third act.
To its detriment, it is a film geared more towards DC fans than the general audience but I think still one can appreciate Ben Affleck as a fantastic Bruce Wayne/Batman, Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman (showing promising signs for her own feature film) and yes, even Jesse Eisenberg thankfully bringing us a different Lex…
I've come to expect this level of quality from Grindstone Entertainment, and unfortunately, John Travolta. This felt like a TV series with (soapy) subplots crammed into a 90-minute running time. Before the end, I found this to be dumb but harmless, however when they tack on showing pictures of those who died in the line of duty (none portrayed in this film that I could tell), I became a tad angry. If they wanted to do a film honoring linemen, fine, then keep it focused on them instead of a poorly written script.