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I must admit I was pretty excited to be invited to watch this early screening of “The Flash” film. Although I am a BIG Marvel fan, I also really enjoy some of the DC Comics. “The Flash” movie seemed like it was going to be an interesting one to watch.
I want to give some of my early impressions on whether I enjoyed watching, would want to see it again and would I tell others to make sure to watch it too. Please keep in mind that I will share some spoilers too.
I felt as though this film included some good scenes displaying what “The Flash” can do. Barry Allen (The Flash) is so determined to reverse what has happened to his mom’s life that he is causing an alteration in history. Along the way, we see him come face to face with a younger version of himself; the Batman and Supergirl too. They eventually all join forces to combat an old enemy Superman has fought before, “General Zod.”
An important lesson I appreciated in this film was that we can not go back in the past and try to undo or change something. It can keep you hostage in it and impact in various ways. On another note; I have to mention I was really excited to see a short clip with one of my favorites too: WonderWoman.
After “The Flash” film officially comes out in theatres on June 16th, I would like to add that I would see it again. Although there were some unnecessary scenes, overall I enjoyed watching this film. Thank you for taking moments with me. It is fun to share these moments together. I was honored to be a part of this Warner Brothers early screening of the DC Comics “The Flash.”
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