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Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice
Fearing the actions of a god-like Super Hero left unchecked, Gotham City's own formidable, forceful vigilante takes on Metropolis's most revered, modern-day savior, while the world wrestles with what...  View more >

Starring Ben Affleck, Henry Cavill, Amy Adams...  View more >

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Mar 29, 2016
"Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of justice" has taken a turn on the big screen concerning the comic book adaptions of comics from DC. Warner Brothers which own DC Comics which dates back to the 1970's, has borrow a page from the Marvel Comic movies which is now owned by Walt Disney. And judging from the movie, we might have a Justice League movie in the near future.And although I like the movie, it's isn't as good as some of the DC movies in the past. The Batman origin we seen before. Most recently in the TV show "Gotham." And the battle between Batman and superman is anything special. If you ask me who I would rather choose, I took a netural stand. But there are plenty of stuff that i like. One was Superman himself. When he was re-introduce in 2011 as part of the New 52, he comes off as a savage like DC has created a version of the Incredible Hulk. I like Ben Affleck take of Batman, although I like Christian Bale's Batman much better. I like Gal Gadot take on Wonder woman. I love her costume. It's black and white instead of color. I like it very much. In addition to Jesse Eisenberg as Lex Luthor there is also another villain name Doomesday. And that's probaby the best moment as the three, Superman, Batman & Wonder Woman team up against Doomesday. I can't reveal the ending, but I'll give you only one hint; If you have Superman#75 from 1992, you probaby know the outcome before anybody else.
Jun 26, 2016
I had a struggle figuring out how to organize my thoughts about and what to rate this film. I had an internal battle, a fight, a war. A great gladiator match. However, my internal fight, unlike this film that is inappropriately named Batman v Superman, was intriguing. My battle wasn't unnecessarily long. My battle didn't have Doomsday. My battle didn't have Amy Adams as a helpless and hindering Lois Lane. My battle didn't have an ending with actual stakes, then turn on itself and go back to no stakes. My battle didn't force feed me poorly shoehorned Justice League moments that I didn't want or need. Batman v Superman had and was all of those things. There were, however, some things my battle didn't have that Batman v Superman did have, such as good, noteworthy performances by stars Ben Affleck and Henry Cavill. Overall Batman v Superman should be watched because it is the next big installment in the DC Cinematic Universe, but it really was probably the world's most disappointing movie for how much it was built up to be.

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