'Zack Snyder's Justice League' arrived online last week, streaming on HBO Max in the US, and Sky Cinema and NOW on this side of the pond.

Pretty much everyone's been talking about the movie since. Whether they enjoyed it or not, everyone agrees on one thing. 'Zack Snyder's Justice League' is a vast improvement on 2017's 'Justice League' (or to give it its new nickname, 'Joss-tice League').

Still, the film is quite a trek to watch, all will agree, as it clocks in at 4 hours and 2 minutes.

In that running time, there's an awful lot of slow motion, be it the new opening sequence, shots of bad guys looking menacing, shots of good guys looking worried, the Cyborg football sequence... We can go on, but you get the idea.

As it turns out, as much as 10% of the movie is slo-mo.

Now that might not sound a lot but think of that as one minute every ten minutes.

Every ten minutes for 4 hours.

IGN's Simon Cardy and Matt Purslow calculated it out. They discounted any shot where slow motion couldn't easily be distinguished.

In total, they found 24 minutes and 7 seconds of the movie (9.97%, or 10.3% excluding credits) was in slo-mo.

If you're still not put off, 'Zack Snyder's Justice League' is currently available on Sky Cinema and NOW.