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I see; so, I had watched <i>Batman v. Superman</i>, and I could honestly say that it was okay. It wasn't good, it wasn't bad, just average at best. I felt that the plot for the film wasn't well-written, and there are a few things in the film that might require you to have an excessive knowledge of DC Comics to get. The film relies on action to move its plot along, but the action itself falls for the same mistake that <i>Man of Steel</i> did, and it leads to massive collateral damage, likely resulting in the deaths of billions of people.
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I see; so, I had watched <i>Batman v. Superman</i>, and I could honestly say that it was okay. It wasn't good, it wasn't bad, just average at best. I felt that the plot for the film wasn't well-written, and there are a few things in the film that might require you to have an excessive knowledge of DC Comics to get. The film relies on action to move its plot along, but the action itself falls for the same mistake that <i>Man of Steel</i> did, and it leads to massive collateral damage, likely resulting in the deaths of billions of people. One in particular revolves a bombing at the Capitol, which results in the deaths of millions of people.
   
 
The film was also dark for the sake of being dark. Batman probably gets the worst of it; not only does Batman kill criminals in this film, but he also brands them. Superman, in turn, is shown killing an African terrorist who was holding Lois (who is utterly useless in the film). <i>Man of Steel</i> was already polarizing in that it resorts to having Superman snap General Zod's neck, and I honestly don't like the darker and edgier Superman.
 
The film was also dark for the sake of being dark. Batman probably gets the worst of it; not only does Batman kill criminals in this film, but he also brands them. Superman, in turn, is shown killing an African terrorist who was holding Lois (who is utterly useless in the film). <i>Man of Steel</i> was already polarizing in that it resorts to having Superman snap General Zod's neck, and I honestly don't like the darker and edgier Superman.

Latest revision as of 16:49, March 27, 2016

I see; so, I had watched Batman v. Superman, and I could honestly say that it was okay. It wasn't good, it wasn't bad, just average at best. I felt that the plot for the film wasn't well-written, and there are a few things in the film that might require you to have an excessive knowledge of DC Comics to get. The film relies on action to move its plot along, but the action itself falls for the same mistake that Man of Steel did, and it leads to massive collateral damage, likely resulting in the deaths of billions of people. One in particular revolves a bombing at the Capitol, which results in the deaths of millions of people.

The film was also dark for the sake of being dark. Batman probably gets the worst of it; not only does Batman kill criminals in this film, but he also brands them. Superman, in turn, is shown killing an African terrorist who was holding Lois (who is utterly useless in the film). Man of Steel was already polarizing in that it resorts to having Superman snap General Zod's neck, and I honestly don't like the darker and edgier Superman.

Lex was portrayed by Jesse Eisenberg, and I felt that he didn't do Luthor justice. For one, Lex is depicted as the uppity, energetic owner of Lex Corps, who's out to kill Superman due to his personal dislike of supers (or something; I forgot what his motivation was). Lex was annoying, always in your face...he's more like Willy Wonka if Wonka owned Lex Corps. While he does have a few good moments, like with having Superman bend to his will when his mother was being held hostage, I just felt annoyed by him. Sure, you could say that he was behaving like that to mask his true nature, he's just doing it too well.

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