The Flash

The Flash, the newest superhero film from DC, which stars Ezra Miller in the lead role, opened in theaters today. Prior to its premiere, the film generated a great deal of buzz. To see if the film has lived up to the hype or not, read our review.

The Flash

Starring: Ezra Miller, Sasha Calle, Michael Keaton, Michael Shannon, Ron Livingston, Maribel Verdú, Ben Affleck and Gal Gadot

Director: Andy Muschietti

Producers: Barbara Muschietti and Michael Disco

Music Directors: Benjamin Wallfisch

Cinematography: Henry Braham

Editor: Jason Ballantine and Paul Machliss


With the aid of Bruce Wayne, also known as Batman (Ben Affleck), Diana Prince, also known as Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot), and Barry Allen, or The Flash (Ezra Miller), a botched bank heist is prevented. Barry thereafter aspires to save his father, Henry Allen (Ron Livingston), who was falsely imprisoned for the murder of his wife, Nora Allen (Maribel Verdñ). Barry travels to the past because he thinks he can save his mother there. What follows? Does he stop his mom from passing away? Does he encounter his younger self? Does he go back in time and save his dad? Who is Sasha Calle’s Supergirl, Kara Zor-El? All of the solutions are provided in the movie.



Directed byAndy Muschietti
Screenplay byChristina Hodson
Story byJohn Francis Daley Jonathan Goldstein Joby Harold
Based onCharacters
from DC
Produced byBarbara Muschietti Michael Disco
StarringEzra Miller Sasha Calle Michael Shannon Ron Livingston Maribel Verdú Kiersey Clemons Antje Traue Michael Keaton
CinematographyHenry Braham
Edited byJason Ballantine Paul Machliss
Music byBenjamin Wallfisch
Warner Bros. Pictures DC StudiosDouble DreamThe Disco Factory
Distributed byWarner Bros. Pictures
Release datesJune 12, 2023 (Grauman’s Chinese Theatre)June 16, 2023 (United States)
Running time144 minutes
CountryUnited States
Budget$200–220 million
Box office$271.3 million


The 13th film in the DC Extended Universe (DCEU), The Flash, features a great tale and a ton of nostalgic moments that moviegoers will adore seeing on a big screen.

Once again, Ezra Miller turns in a flawless performance and astounds audiences with a new appearance as his younger self. It’s entertaining to hear the hilarious exchanges between the helpless Barry and the superhero Barry.

There are a lot of sentimental scenes throughout the movie. It’s fantastic to see Michael Keaton resuming his Batman persona for this film after a 31-year hiatus. He has a well-developed character development, and his interactions with the Flash of the future are insightful. The characters’ emotional bond functions effectively.


All things considered, The Flash is a passable movie with some touching and sentimental moments. Michael Keaton gives a terrific performance, as does Ezra Miller. But the fight between Supergirl and General Zod isn’t very powerful; they could have been expanded more. This superhero film is worth seeing this weekend, even though it has a few pointless scenes and a straightforward climax.


1. The Flash Movie Release Date?

The Flash Movie was released on June 15, 2023.