In 2020, a studio made a decision to rectify a mistake they had made in 2017 to return to Justice League and allow director Zack Snyder to finally present his vision for the film. With HBO Max apparently the perfect avenue for this venture, the studio gave Snyder a $70 million budget to recut the film into the original version. What resulted is a four hour long epic of an experience that fully realizes the characters and set pieces introduced in the film with all the Snyder style we’ve come to expect. This Supplemental Reading covers the final three chapters and epilogue of the film in about just an agonizingly detailed pace as the film itself. Also included is the final conclusion and judgement render unto the fil by Henry and John. Will the Snyder Cut be a good? Or will it fall into the realms of being a bad? Only one way to find out, folks, and that’s to listen.
In 2020, a studio made a decision to rectify a mistake they had made in 2017 to return to Justice League and allow director Zack Snyder to finally present his vision for the film. With HBO Max apparently the perfect avenue for this venture, the studio gave Snyder a $70 million budget to recut the film into the original version. What resulted is a four hour long epic of an experience that fully realizes the characters and set pieces introduced in the film with all the Snyder style we’ve come to expect. This Supplemental Reading covers the first three chapters of the film in about just an agonizingly detailed pace as the film itself. Next week, we’ll continue our coverage, so look forward to the exciting conclusion then.
In 2017, a studio had a vision: what if we completely botch a director’s vision by hiring another director to cut out 80% of what’s already been filmed and replace it with quips, jokes, and exclusively closeups to disguise the fact that we couldn’t bring back all the actors at the same time? That studio was Warner Brothers and the film is the theatrical cut of Justice League, a film with a checkered past and sordid behind the scenes tidbits. But does the movie stand up on its own as is? That’s what we aim to find out as we discuss this movie in anticipation of the Snyder Cut that releases next week. Will we want more of this stitched together, Frankenstein of a movie sitting at so exactly at a 2 hour runtime that it must have been intentional, or will this movie fall into the rare annals of history better off left forgotten? Find out in this Zero Credit(s) Supplemental Reading.
We don’t reveal a lot of things on this show, but one thing becomes very clear in this week’s episode. Henry doesn’t know a thing. It’s true. He’s been talking all this time, all these years, and he doesn’t know a thing. Come find out what Henry doesn’t know, although the tags will probably spoil a little of it. Also we discuss the current political landscape, so that’s fun as well!
Look, it can no longer be denied. Zack Snyder is going to save cinema with his cut of Justice League. We all thought it was going to be Christopher Nolan’s Tenet, but that film was a false prophet that dragged cinema down into the dirt. Only Zack Snyder can pull off the movie event of the decade, neigh, the century to singlehandedly save the movie going experience. But no story is complete without a villain, an antagonist to stand in the way of our intrepid hero. Enter Disney, a media conglomerate that owns more properties than a Monopoly board. Disney is raising an army of quality content slated to come out in the next year to three years. Can the Snyder Cut stand up in the face of so much evil? Only time will tell, dear friends. Only time will tell.
The first annual (?) DC Fandome event happened last weekend, and boy were a lot of heroes happy to hear the news, including two young, intrepid, but mild-mannered podcast hosts with no special qualities whatsoever. That’s right, our heroes, the Zero Credit(s) boys are here on the scene to give you all the high-flying, fast-shooting action of DC Fandome, at least for everything that was not just a trailer for a movie, because Henry does not watch trailers and John did not watch the event.
Comics, planes, Zack Synders, we have it all on this episode of Zero Credit(s).
Look, here’s the deal creators. We’re fans, and that means we’re entitled to the work you create to be done in a certain way. Our way. You have no say in this matter. *Cocks gun* It’s just the way the world works, creators. Us fans, well, we’ve got certain…means, to get what we want. You’re nothing without us. You don’t release the Synder Cut? Well. That’s a mighty fine DVD of Justine League you have there. It would be a shame if…no one bought it. Yeah, we’d do that. We wouldn’t buy your creation if you don’t curtail to our demands. Now let’s get this straight, Tom Hooper. You get back in that fucking editing room and you put buttholes on all those Cats. Or else, well, you don’t want to know what we’ll do. You ever heard of Twitter? Yeah, I thought so. We’ll hashtag all over the damn place. You want that on your head, Hooper? Now let’s get that weird teethed version of Sonic back in the movie.