I saw The Flash in a 137-person Red Recliner AMC Theater on Monday, July 3, at 7:15 CT.
- Haunted Mansion (July 28)
- The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds & Snakes (November 17)
- Kraven The Hunter (October 6)
- The Last Voyage of the Demeter (August 11)
- Mission Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One (July 12)
- Barbie (July 21)
- Meg 2: The Trench (August 4)
- Blue Beetle (August 18)
- Start Time: 7:15
- Last Trailer End: 7:36
- Start of Movie (after Kidman): 7:39
- End of Movie: 9:53
- End Credit Scene: 10:02
- End of Credits: 10:03
Movie Start Delay: 24m
Non-Credit Runtime: 2h14m
This movie would be a five if it weren’t for my love affair with time travel. I am not sad that Ezra Miller‘s career as the Flash is over. He can hopefully have a similar turnaround as Robert Downey Jr., as he is a terrific actor. He and Michael Keaton energize an otherwise dull film. There were a few comedic beats that I genuinely laughed at; it felt like it would have been better diving full R-rated as a Deadpool-esque film.
Add this film to the list of superhero movies that you will probably watch streaming one day and enjoy compared to the usual substandard films.