Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice

Year Released: 2016
Main Stars: Ben Affleck, Henry Cavill, Amy Adams 
Review Date: March 2017
Last watched: March 2017
Number Watches: 1
Format Watched: DVD

What a load of rubbish. A clear cash-in on comic hero movies and an attempt by DC to do a Marvel-style tie-in for their other characters. This was badly done and wastes a perfectly good opportunity.

Obviously the effects will be good since there is so much money to throw around. The cast are good actors but everything is simply stereotypes, including the Lois character. The plot is just an excuse for a two minute fight that brings these characters together for future films and has no right to call it’s self ready for the movies. Direction is wooden and the script is as dull as the lighting and as dreadful as the ‘dramatic’ music that only managed to fill in time between effects.

What a drudge. from about 30 mins in I wondered why anyone would care what else happened. By the end – which didn’t come soon enough – I wondered why I hadn’t listened to everyone else and stayed away from this grumpy pile of bat droppings.


DVD Extras: A pishy ‘analyse the fight’ nonsense. No, I mean it – complete toss.

Watchability (once, twice, etc.)
Keep DVD?
Watch if on TV?
Hug, Snog, Marry, Avoid?
Avoid. In fact don’t avoid, push it over and shout at it to grow up. Sounds like I need a new category.


About Simon Trail

I'm just another film watcher with an opinion.
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