NO matter what I write about Zack Snyder’s Justice League, I know that nothing has stopped or will stop you from watching the four-hour reimagining of the much-maligned superhero extravaganza that was originally released years ago. So instead of posting a review, I’d just write about the differences of the Snyder cut against the original release.
First of all, the backstories. We now got a clearer understanding of the characters as the so-called Snyder Cut features the introduction of Cyborg’s mother, Elinore Stone; the love interest of The Flash; the appearance of Vulko, and how it deepened Aquaman’s arc; and a more emotional arc between Lois Lane and Superman.
Then there’s never-before-seen existing footage for die-hard fans of the comics that include the Martian Manhunter, as well as extended scenes of Deathstroke and Ryan Choi. Then there’s that—spoiler alert—revelation that Steppenwolf was just working for apocalyptic god Dark Seid. Oooh…there’s also a Jared Leto appearance as Joker too.
Then there’s the Snyder Cut being divided into six chapters, including a special epilogue which provided an easier viewing experience and a new musical score by Junkie XL.
Indeed, the Snyder Cut is a level-up of the original Justice League. For your information, Zack Snyder’s Justice League arrived in the Philippines on HBO GO via SkyCable (the HBO GO plans can go as low as P99 a month, while Sky Fiber subscribers, on the other hand, can subscribe at P149/month).
Speaking of leveling-up, new and existing Sky Fiber subscribers can quickly enhance their productivity and lifestyle in the new normal when they maximize Sky Fiber’s leveled-up fiber-fast home Internet subscription plans that are even more affordably priced than before.
A P999 monthly fee can now get subscribers up to 20Mbps, a bump up from speeds of 5Mbps or 10Mbps in previous years. To date, this is considered the most affordable postpaid plan in the country.
“Subscribers will continue to have broadband plans from Sky that are affordable but at even faster speeds that will entirely meet their needs. Sky Fiber’s Internet plans were designed to assist Filipino households to cope with their combined demand for remote work, e-learning, online entrepreneurship, or content streaming,” said Claudia Suarez, Sky’s Consumer Products Group head.
This value-for-money upgrade can also be enjoyed in the other Sky Fiber unlimited broadband plan options, most notably in its highest speed plan, which was previously only 150Mbps but has now leveled-up to 200Mbps for the same price of P3,499/month.
If value-conscious consumers are looking for a plan that is somewhere in between the basic and highest plan, they can opt for Plan 40Mbps which is only priced at P1,499 a month, or Plan 80Mbps which is now within the reach of most pockets for only P1,999 a month. With the recent upgrade, existing Sky Fiber subscribers nationwide also experience an automatic upgrade without the hassles of going through an application process. They just simply have to do a three-minute hard modem reset to enjoy their leveled-up Internet speed.
Meanwhile, entertainment-seekers will also be delighted to know that Sky Fiber is also offering unlimited broadband + HD Cable bundle speed plans of up to 120Mbps at best-value. For P2,999 a month, instead of just enjoying a speed of 60Mbps, subscribers can double the fun when they get to smoothly stream online videos with a speed of 120Mbps while also having access to over 60 cable channels.
To make the Sky Fiber Super Speed bundle plans an even more economical purchase, they all come with Sky Evo, the newest digibox innovation that offers access to over 190 Skycable channels, 5,000 downloadable apps, and preinstalled content streaming apps, such as iWantTFC, HBO GO, YouTube, Prime Video, and Spotify.