Dc: The Flash (2023) Here’s what critics Think

Film critics have recently shared their opinions on “The Flash,” the latest DC Comics movie featuring Ezra Miller, a troubled US actor. The future of the superhero’s highly anticipated first solo film was uncertain due to Ezra Miller’s multiple arrests and his seeking treatment for mental health problems.

Both The Times and The Guardian awarded it two stars in their respective reviews. The Guardian critic went as far as describing the character as a “gurning, smirking mess.”

the Evening Standard lauded “The Flash” as “one of the best superhero movies of the 21st Century so far.”

Ezra Miller, who prefers the use of they/them pronouns, avoided imprisonment in January on pleading guilty to the charge of unlawfully trespassing at a neighbor’s residence.

Miller was placed on probation and instructed to undergo substance abuse rehabilitation and continue receiving treatment for their mental health.

In the movie “The Flash”, Ezra Miller portrays the character of Barry Allen, also known as The Flash. Barry Allen is a police forensic investigator and a member of the Justice League. As The he possesses the ability to move at superhuman speeds.

In the movie, The Flash, embarks on a time-travel journey to alter the past and prevent his mother’s death, in which his father was wrongly convicted.

Along the way, he also mentors his younger self, but his actions have unintended and unforeseen consequences.

Kevin Maher, in his review for The Times, described the film as “a great big multiverse misadventure.”

He said producers had attempted to get around Miller’s publicised personal and legal problems by giving their Flash “a line that appears to address the elephant on the screen”.

The Flash Cast – Sasha Callel, Ben Affleck Ezra Miller, Michael Keaton

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