DC fans all around the world have been in a state of utter elation for the last week. The trailer for Justice League finally debuted, and it was pretty impressive. There's humor, there's adventure, and there is a strong team dynamic that actually seems to honor what fans of this comic book team have come to know and love about them over the course of the last six decades. To put it bluntly: the movie looks damn good.

On that note, although we generally enjoyed the trailer for Justice League, that doesn't mean that it's without its flaws. After all, no movie trailer is completely above reproach. With that in mind, we have gone through the frames of this behemoth trailer and picked out a list of reasons why we're still somewhat concerned about Zack Snyder's upcoming superhero epic. Check out what we have to say, and let us know what you think of the trailer in the comments section below. Now let's start with the first thing that we see in this trailer: Bruce Wayne on a recruitment mission.

How Much Of This Movie Is Going To Be Recruitment?

It goes without saying that Justice League has a ton of heavy lifting on its hands if it wants to set up this many corners of the DCEU. While we love a good team-building movie as much as the next group of nerds, we have to admit that there seems to be quite a bit of "recruitment montage" storytelling going on in this first trailer. We will be five movies deep into this new superhero movie universe by the time Zack Snyder's latest DC movie finally debuts, and the fact that so much legwork is being done to introduce this many characters is nothing if not a little disconcerting. Snyder has never prided himself as the most economical storyteller when it comes to the size or scope of his films (Watchmen comes to mind), so the sheer amount of recruitment in this trailer certainly has us a bit on edge.

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