One of the most exciting questions about superheroes is of course the eternal fight: Marvel vs DC (which we personally think is completely unsolvable, because Batman and Spiderman are the best). No less interesting is the question of the use of action. What makes a good action movie? Nerdwriter has taken care of the topic:
His main argument here is that CGI action as a central element in many (DC) Super Hero movies deprives itself of its own effect, because physically it is often wrong and not very intelligent. The audience has a fine sense for physically correct implementations and if physics is too often overridden at will, the action would remain "without consequences" in the best sense of the word.
Certainly a correct observation, which - as with Nerdwriter himself - but for some time now also has its antipole in Hollywood with directors like Christopher Nolan, who explicitly renounce CGI, as far as possible...
And finally a fine observation to the short dialogues while pausing the action: DCEU comes across much more clumsy compared to MCU.