The Flash

When his attempt to save his family inadvertently alters the future, Barry Allen becomes trapped in a reality in which General Zod has returned and there are no Super Heroes to turn to. In order to save the world that he is in and return to the future that he knows, Barry's only hope is to race for his life. But will making the ultimate sacrifice be enough to reset the universe?

Directed by: Andy Muschietti
Genres: Science Fiction, Action, Adventure,
Production Company: Warner Bros. Pictures, Double Dream, The Disco Factory, DC Films,

The Flash - Worlds collide. - Azwaad Movie Database
  • Release Date: 14-06-2023
  • Runtime: 144 Minutes
  • Popularity: 259.18
  • Vote Count: 0
  • IMDB Rating: 0.0
  • Budget: USD 220,000,000
  • Revenue: USD 0
  • Region: United States of America ( US ),
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Photo Name Character
Ezra Miller - Azwaad Movie Database Ezra Miller Barry Allen / The Flash
Sasha Calle - Azwaad Movie Database Sasha Calle Kara Zor-El / Supergirl
Michael Shannon - Azwaad Movie Database Michael Shannon General Zod
Ron Livingston - Azwaad Movie Database Ron Livingston Henry Allen
Maribel Verdú - Azwaad Movie Database Maribel Verdú Nora Allen
Kiersey Clemons - Azwaad Movie Database Kiersey Clemons Iris West
Antje Traue - Azwaad Movie Database Antje Traue Faora-Ul
Michael Keaton - Azwaad Movie Database Michael Keaton Bruce Wayne / Batman
Ben Affleck - Azwaad Movie Database Ben Affleck Bruce Wayne / Batman
Ian Loh - Azwaad Movie Database Ian Loh Young Barry Allen
Photo Name Department
Carmel Jackson-Costume & Make-Up Carmel Jackson Costume & Make-Up (Makeup Artist)
Steven Lawrence-Art Steven Lawrence Art (Art Direction)
Benjamin Wallfisch-Sound Benjamin Wallfisch Sound (Original Music Composer)
Alexandra Byrne-Costume & Make-Up Alexandra Byrne Costume & Make-Up (Costume Design)
Toby Emmerich-Production Toby Emmerich Production (Executive Producer)
Henry Braham-Camera Henry Braham Camera (Director of Photography)
Julia Dehoff-Art Julia Dehoff Art (Art Direction)
Paul D. Austerberry-Art Paul D. Austerberry Art (Production Design)
Walter Hamada-Production Walter Hamada Production (Executive Producer)
John Francis Daley-Writing John Francis Daley Writing (Screenstory)

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**The Flash uses the vast catalog of DC history to create an experience that celebrates the past films, highlights the good of the current DC movies, and opens the door for the future.** The Flash reaches a high point on the roller coaster that is the inconsistent and directionless DC film universe. The story, the action, the laughs, and the cameos make The Flash a worthy cinematic debut for the Scarlet Speedster. The movie tone finds its influences more in the Marvel and Joss Whedon realm than the DC and Christopher Nolan universe, with humor overflowing in almost every scene of the movie. Despite the controversy, Miller’s Barry Allen is well done and entertaining, but the film is not great because of The Flash. It’s great because of all the outstanding fan service to long-time and committed DC fans. Ben Affleck’s Batman pummels thugs. Sasha Callie’s Supergirl unleashes her rage on evildoers. But the best part? Michael Keaton’s return to the cowl. His delight to once again portray the Caped Crusader is obvious, and that infectious joy makes the crowd eat up every scene he is in. The other DC cameos inspired plenty of applause from the theater and, I’m sure, will be entertaining for fans. Despite the nonstop humor in the film, Andy Muschietti creates some very emotional and moving moments that help give The Flash a more potent and satisfying ending. While it’s great, it is not a perfect film. The humor gets excessive in some places, and some of the character arcs end more abruptly than I would have liked, but The Flash is a fun, fresh, and entertaining superhero film that superhero fans can celebrate!

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