On Tuesday (June 6), reviewers were given the opportunity to completely review the picture, which had a mainly positive response when the social media embargo was lifted last month. Ezra Miller plays two versions of The Flash, Michael Keaton and Ben Affleck play different versions of Batman, and Sasha Calle makes her debut as Supergirl.
The DC Universe multiverse film has been dogged by controversy, owing primarily to lead actor Ezra Miller’s various legal difficulties, which include pleading no contest to disorderly conduct and facing assault accusations arising from separate instances.
DC stood by Miller when they publicly apologised and promised to “doing the necessary work to get back to a healthy, safe, and productive stage” in their life.
Given the unfavourable buzz surrounding the picture, critics have finally decided whether it was all worth it.The Flash has a Rotten Tomatoes score of 76% as of Tuesday night, almost crossing the line to be declared “Fresh.”