Zack Snyder turned over the extended 4,100 hour uncut version of Justice League to Tucker Carlson (because he promised he would). On Tucker Carlson Tonight, Carlson showed select scenes describing them as "sensible" and "logical" in an attempt to show how peaceful and pleasant the movie really is.
Carlson showed select scenes featuring Ben Affleck, Henry Cavil, Gal Gadot, and Jason Momoa, commenting on how congenial the audio came across (during moments of non-conflict). He did not show any moments of characters clashing, fighting, or struggling--none of the cartoonish and sloppy CGI and overuse of slow motion that only exacerbates the true issue this film has.
While Carlson was praising the audio in the scenes, he had no comment about the poorly written dialogue and how cheesy it sounded.
Carlson also callously stated that Superman's death had nothing to do with his heroic actions in an attempt to downplay his motives in the film. However, we all know he died at the hands of Doomsday trying to save the planet. How stupid do you think we are?
Mitch McConnell told reporters, "It was a mistake, in my view, for Fox News to depict this in a way that's completely at variance with what fans and critics alike are saying."
Carlson said of the cut that "longer is better" but in reality, the length of this extended version kills the pacing and makes it difficult to grab onto any kind of thematic or emotional arc.
When asked about Carlson's positive spin on the extended version of Justice League, Sen. Thom Tillis, a North Carolina Republican, responded to reporters by saying "I think it's bull----."
Actress Amy Adams who played Lois Lane in the film also commented: "He's not a film critic," she said. "For him to act as an expert is laughable."
Now that Carson is finished with the full extended version of Justice League, the film will be burned during a midnight vigil per Zack Snyder's request. "It's time to move on."