In previous article we discussed Most over rated movies in MCU. Today we brought to you a lift of 5 Most Under Rated DCEU Movies. There are a lot of Movies in DCEU that are really good, but they never got name and face. Being A DUEU fan we feel these movies must get due respect and fame like fellow MCU movies. MCU also makes one of a kind movies, we aren’t getting into MCU vs DCEU debate. Both the banners are perfect in their own way.
“Man of Steel” (2013):
Despite receiving mixed reviews upon its release, “Man of Steel” has garnered a dedicated fanbase over the years. This film, directed by Zack Snyder, offers a modern and grounded take on Superman’s origin story and explores the challenges he faces while trying to find his place in the world. The movie received praise for its visual effects, Hans Zimmer’s iconic score, and Henry Cavill’s performance as the Man of Steel.
“Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice – Ultimate Edition” (2016):
While the theatrical release of “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” received a polarizing response, the extended cut, known as the Ultimate Edition, has been praised for its improved pacing and storytelling. This version delves deeper into the plot, characters, and themes, making it a more cohesive and satisfying experience for many viewers. The film explores the complex relationship between Batman and Superman and sets the stage for future DCEU movies.2
“Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn)” (2020):
Directed by Cathy Yan, “Birds of Prey” is a colorful and energetic superhero film that focuses on the character of Harley Quinn, played by Margot Robbie. The movie is praised for its stylish direction, dynamic action sequences, and Robbie’s charismatic performance. It also features a diverse and engaging ensemble cast of female characters, offering a fresh and empowering take on the genre.
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“Shazam!” is a superhero comedy that follows the story of young Billy Batson, who transforms into an adult superhero by saying the word “Shazam.” Directed by David F. Sandberg, the film received positive reviews for its humor, heart, and the performances of its young cast, particularly Asher Angel as Billy Batson and Zachary Levi as the adult superhero version of the character.4
Directed by James Wan, “Aquaman” tells the story of Arthur Curry, the half-human, half-Atlantean hero, played by Jason Momoa. This film showcases visually stunning underwater sequences and epic action set pieces. Despite initial skepticism, “Aquaman” received praise for its world-building, Momoa’s charismatic portrayal of the titular character, and its embrace of the fantastical elements of the Aquaman mythos.5
It’s important to note that the term “underrated” can be subjective, as opinions on films vary among viewers. However, the aforementioned movies have gained a growing appreciation from fans over time.