Batman-V-Superman-Armored-Batsuit-Costume-Comic-ConBATMAN V SUPERMAN: DAWN OF JUSTICE

“Zack Snyder has now made two Superman films and if I can glean anything coherent from this path he is taking, he absolutely hates Superman.” – Derek Deskins, LonelyReviewer

“BATMAN V SUPERMAN: DAWN OF JUSTICE turned out to be a failure when it’s clear that didn’t have to be one.” – Jaskee Hickman, Cinematic Essential

“… a bit like going to a funeral except without the laughs.” – Sean Burns, Spliced Personality

“…the climactic battle(s) go on a bit long, although Cavill has grown comfortable since “Man of Steel” and Affleck successfully takes over from Christian Bale.” – Daniel M. Kimmel, North Shore Movies

“BATMAN V SUPERMAN will no doubt please many eager to see two of their comic book heroes make stuff “blow up real good”. However, this DAWN OF JUSTICE may prove far too dark and convoluted a beginning for many others.” – Tim Estiloz, El Mundo Boston

“If the primary sources for the film are too incongruous to fit into a single story, the film’s erratic tone doesn’t help.” – Kilian Melloy, Kal’s Movie Blog

“…I’m perversely fascinated to know what happens next now that one of the biggest studios on the planet has built multiple Summers worth of release slates around follow-ups to what’s turned out to be a Hindenbergian catastrophe.” – Bob Chipman, MOVIEBob

“…BATMAN V SUPERMAN  is a misfire of massive proportions and doesn’t just start the JUSTICE LEAGUE off on the wrong foot. They aren’t even in the right galaxy.” – Max Covill, Impassioned Cinema

“BATMAN V SUPERMAN is all about cheats and shortcuts. It is Wile E. Coyote, running off a cliff onto nothing and staying suspended mid-air as long as it doesn’t look down.” – Andy Crump, Paste Magazine


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“Consider it a visit to the old neighborhood and discovering that not only have things not changed, but you’re welcomed back with open arms and a piece of baklava.” – Daniel M. Kimmel, North Shore Movies

“For anyone who adored the first film, they will likely get a kick out of another visit with old friends.” – Deirdre Crimmins, Cinematic Essential