In 2016, DC expanded its own version of a shared cinematic universe that started three years ago with Man of Steel, releasing two highly anticipated movies: Zack Snyder’s Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, and David Ayer’s Suicide Squad. Both films were met with a surprisingly passionate critical disfavor and a massive audience dispute. This reception concerned a lot of people, fans and the studio alike, and created a slight sense of doubt and uncertainty about the future of DC movies.
Now that 2016 is drawing to an end and the hype is fading, it is time to step back and re-evaluate. While many of the points of criticism are sound, it would be thoughtless to claim that these films are merely bad. In fact, despite the controversy, a significantly large part of the viewers embraced the DC Extended Universe. These viewers are not only Marvel polemicists, determined to turn a healthy studio competition into a foolish fight, but considerate fans who looked in those properties and actually found elements worthy of affinity, even celebration.
From their underestimated cinematic values, to their surprising relevance today, let’s break the DCEU down and take a look into the 15 Points That Make It Absolutely Worthwhile.
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