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Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice

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[WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD!]

Well…. Here it is. The movie a lot of people have ether shitted on before it even started filming, or praised it because Marvel Studios needs a good rival in the movie business. If ANY review will give this movie any form of “Justice”, it’s gonna be from us. And why? Because our reviews are the freshest reviews in the world! Let’s get started.

Now I can’t get into many details because this film’s still in theaters. So this is as far as I can give ya with plot details..

Eighteen months after the destructive attack by General Zod in Metropolis from the Man of Steel, Superman has become a controversial figure. Daily Planet journalist Clark Kent, Superman’s alter ego, has moved in with Lois Lane. Billionaire Bruce Wayne, who has operated in Gotham City as Batman for nearly two decades, sees Superman as a potential threat to humanity. After learning of Batman’s activities, Superman also views him as a threat, and seeks to stop him via the Daily Planet articles under his disguise.

Now that I posted that, here’s what I thought about it:

The story and details were, in my eyes, Fantastic! I thought Batfleck did a great job as The Dark Knight. His outfit was a great homage to the legendary Frank Miller story “The Dark Knight Returns,” and you could tell that Ben took the role of Bruce Wayne/Batman very seriously. I also loved the fact that Alfred had a more hands-on role in the BatCave [sorry for that quick spoiler] than you are used to seeing in previous Batman films. This matches how Alfred is in the comics and in some of the animated television shows.

Gal Gadot also did a fantastic job as Wonder Woman. She filled Linda Carter’s shoes very well, and she looked like a fucking badass! The special effects and sounds made this a fantastic movie that paid homage to the DC Comics duo that has been called “The World’s Finest” when together in a film, cartoon or comic.

Now there were a few screw-ups, like how Lex Luthor created Doomsday, but we get retribution afterwards with the cameo introductions to the Flash, Cyborg, and Aquaman. Plus the actual fight scene between Batman and Superman in my opinion was the best damn comic book movie fight in the history of the comic book movie genre in general. Captian America Civil War is gonna have to do a lot to top that fighting scene.

Personally, I fucking loved the movie. I took my 10 year old niece [who’s a huge Superman fan] to the film and she fucking loved it. My Cousin up north fucking loved it. My homies down in Detroit fucking loved it. Quite a few other friends of mine loved the film. I think those who have been giving this film a bad rep and talking trash about it need to just sit down, shut up, and actually watch the movie. They’re gonna realize that they love the film as well.

The positives of this film outweigh the negatives 10 fold in this movie. It’s a great way to launch DC’s own Cinematic Universe that they’re calling the DC Extended Universe. All in all this is a great movie for fans of all ages. This is coming from a comic book fan who most of the time sides with Marvel but is neutral when it comes to the cinematic adaptations. Batman V Superman has a great story with a great cast. Zach Snyder did a fantastic job as Director. I can’t wait to see what else is coming from DC. Now with most comic book films, there’s a book or 2 that is highly recommended for reference for this movie. In this case there are 2 main ones: Frank Miller’s “The Dark Knight Returns”, and “The Death and Return of Superman.” Before seeing this movie, you might want to read those 2 graphic novels just to get an idea on what you should expect to see. Other than that, as I said, this movie is just too awesome to go without seeing it!

Release Date:

  • 03/25/2016

Company:

  • Warner Bros. Pictures

Director:

  • Zach Snyder

Cast:

  • Ben Affleck, Henry Cavill, Amy Adams, Jesse Eisenberg, Diane Lane, Laurence Fishburne, Jeremy Irons, Holly Hunter and Gal Gadot

Length:

  • 151 Minutes

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