It's well known by this point that Justice League was a divisive movie with a problematic production history. It featured dodgy CGI, a weak villain, an under-baked story, and a rough mishmash of clashing directorial tones, all of which were factors that led to its critical demise. Does any of that matter though, considering what the movie got right?
For all its flaws, this movie still accomplished its primary goal of assembling DC's greatest superhero team while simultaneously making each of said heroes likable and worthy of inclusion. Seriously, though the odds were stacked against it, Justice League even managed to make Aquaman a badass. For all you aspiring Aqualads out there, that alone makes this movie worth a watch. And beyond just the king of Atlantis, every other superhero gets their well-deserved time in the limelight—especially Superman. If you're one of the fans that thought Superman was far too weak in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, have no fear. Justice League features Kal-El pummeling the snot out of bad guys at maximum strength, delivering the spectacle you've come to expect from an all-powerful Kryptonian. Similarly, Flash's sequences truly feel like they're too fast for the naked eye, and Wonder Woman's lasso-sword-shield clashes all carry a real sense of heft and impact. This movie gets its characters and their powers right.
Ultimately, that's the real draw of Justice League. If you want to see DC's premier crime-fighting team throw down in battles worthy of their superhero status, this movie is definitely worth a watch.