A group of entertainment reporters who saw "The Flash" first called it "impressive" and "awesome."
Warner Bros. premiered the picture at CinemaCon Tuesday for theater owners, exhibitors, and media.
The studio stated the film is not done, but viewers could share opinions on social media after the credits rolled.
“It played very well,” Indiewire's Brian Welk wrote, noting the crowded theater's yells and gasps.
Far more madcap than I expected," tweeted film reviewer Jordan Hoffman. Captured the feel of a 5-issue crossover comic.
Crazy Ezra Miller and time paradoxes. The ending will drive nerds crazy.