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Bartholomew Henry "Barry" Allen, also known as The Flash, is the deuteragonist of the 2023 DC Extended Universe movie The Flash. He is an alternate 2013 past version of Barry Allen, who accidentally encountered him after his original self-created the Flashpoint in an attempt to go back in time to save his mother. Much like The Flash, he is portrayed by Ezra Miller.
Having not acquired his powers just yet, his original self makes him into a superhero and has him assist him in restoring his original timeline. Along the way, he would meet Batman and Supergirl, befriending them in the process.
Why He's Not Our Flash
- There's no reason for this version of Barry Allen to exist other than to be an excuse for a forced comic relief. He's even more annoying than the other Flash who is also portrayed by the controversial actor, Ezra Miller.
- All he does is make annoying comedy and doesn't take anything seriously.
- There's a disturbing scene where 2013-Barry first uses his powers and acts like a complete doofus. As his clothes burn off, he ends up naked in front of people and causes a huge blackout.
- His suit is not a Rlash suit; it's just some random Batman spray-painted red and yellow.
- He has an extremely over-the-top and high-pitched voice just makes you want shut him up.
- He constantly acts like a fool running around the batcave like it's a playground.
- He doesn't listen to anyone but himself like when Barry rightfully berates for acting like a stupid manchild.
- He has some cringeworthy quotes, such as:
- Wait. He's Batman.
- NOBODY DIES!
- I used to see this on news when I was a kid.
- Hey, screw you man!
- You're full of shit dude.
- I have powers now!
- Where's yours!
- He disgustingly stuffs his face with spaghetti and makes annoying sounds on purpose.
- His death can be sad after he asks Barry to tell Nora that he loves her.
- He does care for Barry, Kara, and Michael Keaton's Batman when they're fighting Zod in the final act.
- Despite having an annoying high-pitched voice, Ezra Miller does a great job potraying him.