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How are DC fans feeling about the 'Justice League: Snyder Cut'? Take a look at these Twitter reactions to see how fans are feeling about it.

‘Justice League: Snyder Cut’ has arisen: Are DC fans disappointed?

After what feels like years of begging, pleading, hashtag campaigns, endless needling at Warner Bros, people finally have the Snyder Cut of 2017’s Justice League. Due to a family tragedy, Zack Snyder had to leave during the reshoots & editing process from the film, which was taken over by Joss Whedon (ugh). The resulting film was not well received by critics & fans.

Surely, however, Zack Snyder’s four-hour long vision would correct the many sins of Joss Whedon? What do the fans of the DCEU think of the Snyder Cut? Based on critics, many agree that it makes more sense and is better quality than the 2017 cut of Justice League. They are, however, also calling it an over bloated film because, well, no one needs it to be four hours.

But what do critics know?! Let’s look at what the fans are saying.

Clarity

Things make sense! While Ray Fisher is no longer Cyborg, we can at least enjoy him getting more to do with more clarity to Cyborg’s backstory in Justice League: The Snyder Cut. 

It’s so long can you say this didn’t happen?

Listen so much stuff happened in The Snyder Cut of Justice League, we might as well throw in silly moments as well. (Note: Watch Legends of Tomorrow.)

Warner Bros messed up

Fingers crossed that The Flash may do a reset and wash away Warner Bros mistakes. You have a built in reset button, studio. Use it! 

So it was Joss Whedon’s fault, huh?

We already have a lot of things to blame Joss Whedon for. What’s one more?

Yiiiiikes

Okay, this makes you worry. Watchmen? It . . . it was not good. (Not the TV show, which is stellar. The movie. The movie was not good.) 

Those endings though

Oh no. Not Injustice. Not that’s bad. But . . . why? 

RIP to Joss Whedon’s career

Boy, bye! 

Martian Manhunter? 

Where the heck were you, J’onn? 

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