Ray Fisher fucking stole the show as Cyborg honestly.
He had more natural presence and emphasis in his entire being than any other character in the movie, yes I am including my beloved Wonder Woman in that, like he didn’t strut around or make any big posey moves (ahem, Batman, ahem, Aquaman, aheM, SUPERMAN AHEM) he just
he just fucking existed on screen. He existed and everyone knew about it. He was a little bit of an oxymoron in that he wasn’t big and flashy he just blended in seamlessly BUT my eye was still naturally drawn to him.
from his body language to the tone of his voice, like it put you at ease while also being like “dude this guy does not mess around, this is business”. Even though he’s made of metal I bet a hug from him would make you feel safe and warm and like your place in the entire universe was meaningful and worth while. He managed to balance being this insightful, all knowing god in mortal, electronic form, with also being a frightened kid who’s still struggling with all this STUFF the mother box gave him.
I love him guys. I love one (1) man.
Whether you like Justice League or not, no one can deny Ray Fisher blew it out of the park with his performance as Victor Stone.
Superman was meant to be this amazing presence that when he arrived we were all meant to go “ah it’ll be okay now” like the characters were, but really the whole time Cyborg was there filling the role they tried to shoehorn in for Superman. I do like Superman, but the resonance Superman was meant to bring wasn’t brought to Justice League by him, it was brought by Cyborg.
Cyborg and Wonder Woman need to team up for calming PSA videos, just talking and reminding everyone that they’re everything they need to be already. It’s all good.