Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016)
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 sort of hero it really needs. And with Batman and Superman at war with one another, a new threat quickly arises, putting mankind in greater danger than it’s ever known before.
Very very predictable, including the post credit scene !!!
Too much of everything
Pretty good movie overall. First half was nothing special but it got better as it went along.
The movie's neither hopeful in contrived ways, nor hopeless in different contrived ways. Somehow it manages to be wonderful
Sorry but it has a poor and bad scenario. no logic, no clever, just stupids fights. nice effects and sgi, but only that... look marvel's movie and its refreshed heroes, example guardians of galaxy and deadpool... cool, new fresh ideas, perfect scenarios, clever stories, perfect fights, funny and nowdays teens love them....you, dc, you dissapointed me.... you must found new and fresh ideas.... found some new directors ... forget old ideas, we bored with them... for example,superman is too old fashion and idea, op without reason, refresh him to be again comfortable on teenagers.... batman is one the most popular and favourites characters, just build him... this movie was juast a bas answer to marvel-civil war...dont try to copy them, just find new ideas plz... ps i was big fun of dc superheroes,
The plot was not one of the big hits, but it's not weak. Ben Affleck is the best Batman in action so far, but I still prefer The Dark Knight Trilogy because it's so much more complex. Of course the armor of Batman V Superman is superior in fidelity to comics, but the most pleasant, at least for me, is The Dark Knight batsuit. The Batmobile is incredible on the scene, but I really wanted to have seen more of 'real' footage. Gal Gadot is wonderful as Wonder Woman, and her armor, with sword and shield, really fits beautifully into the beautiful actress. The somber photography lives up to the theme. Jesse Eisenberg's Lex Luthor is forced, and out of his mind, and, perhaps, pleased for it. Doomsday's design is beautiful, but I'd like to see something more like comics. Zimmer made a well-placed track with the sequences themselves, and this is favorable for those watching.The opening sequence is very good, as I liked the insinuation, with the firearm breaking a collar, that material goods will never be more valuable than the lives of innocent people. The action is satisfying, and the battle between the main characters of this story pleases, until the surprising end. When Superman quotes that name, we clearly see that Bruce remembers his past. It seemed to me that Bruce thought Superman was saying that he had been afraid at the most tense moment of his life, as if he were mocking. When Lois arrives, bringing up, there is a certain thing that men are closer to these gods than one imagines. The script is great, the effect phrases told by Bruce and Luthor are really good, really, and they made me think about certain things. The cons of this film are the stuntmen in CG, who appear suddenly at that moment of action that is involved, and that even the computer-generated monster disrupts the illusion of cinema. I know I look boring, but I do not like that, really. Of course, the best action scene of the film is made when Batman goes to rescue Martha Lane, as if he was doing for somebody what he had not done for himself, because he was just a child, without strength or courage. When Bruce says "I believe you." for the guy who threatened Martha, he seems to remember that thugs always have the courage to kill innocent people, as he once saw himself, and he feels obliged to do something immediately, like a man made, and full of technological resources. The moment that Superman sacrifices himself, after telling Lois that he loved her, I understand a reference to Jehovah, the son of God, according to "The Holy Bible." At times, the feature film looks a lot like an epic story of gods, even more so by the quotes of Lex Luthor. The final moment seems to make it clear that there will be a resurrection, too. Several movies, even with fictional and unreal characters, seem to remember news stories or other stories we have ever heard.Finally, the best thing about the movie was the new movie Batman. That's what I wanted to see, a dark character, both visually and emotionally speaking. I mean talking about the mother is another matter.
I didn't bother to watch "Batman V Superman," because I heard nothing good about it. But most of the criticism I heard was about Ben Affleck's acting. Tonight, I decided to watch "Justice League," and I really enjoyed it. And I thought Ben Affleck actually did a good job as an aging Bruce Wayne/Batman. So, afterward I decided I would give "Batman V Superman" a shot.It was bad... I mean, really bad... but not because of Ben Affleck. It was mostly due to the atrocious story line, poor writing, and mediocre direction. Again, I don't think Affleck did a bad job. The script was absolutely horrible. And apparently the director didn't care enough, or didn't have the power to say "this sucks, fix it!" I'm all for suspension of disbelief during a movie (hey, dudes can fly and have super powers)! But the whole premise of Bruce Wayne and Clark Kent hating each other was totally unbelievable! And then, all of the sudden, because Bruce hears his mother's name... they're best friends! :OAnd if you want to pinpoint the worst acting/casting, it's definitely Jesse Eisenberg as Lex Luthor! Really? This squeaky little douche is Lex Luthor? Sorry, I like Jesse Eisenberg in other things, but this was a poor casting choice. Maybe he'll do better in the next one (which there obviously will be). Oh, and also to blame: the editor. Could've cut 20-30 minutes out and made it a slightly better movie.
I am not a fan of Marvel universe. maybe, I am too old for that and for series I am too selective. the only reason for see the film - the memories from childhood about this super-heroes. the only sin of film - it has the ambition to propose too much. a new perspective, a new hero, a predictable confrontation, a villain from so many other films of same genre. the great virtue - the performances. and the effort to give a nice definition for super hero. in essence, all good point and flaws and mistakes of the film from same genre.