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Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Movie Review

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Movie Review

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Movie Review
Average Ratings:1.86/5
Reviews Counted:9
Negative :6
Neutral: 2

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Ratings:2/5 Review By:Rajeev MasandSite:CNN IBN
Frankly, the only thing more exhausting than watching a big ol’ dumb blockbuster is watching a big ol’ dumb blockbuster that takes itself too seriously. Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice is overlong (at 2 hours 33 minutes), darker than it ought to be (both literally and figuratively), and practically humorless (I counted precisely 3 laughs). But crucially, it delivers none of that giddy excitement you expect from what’s been billed as “the greatest gladiator match in the history of the world”
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Ratings:3.5/5 Review By:Gavin Rasquinha Site:Times Of India
It's important to know that while all the usual elements of a superhero flick are in place, this is a somewhat different kind of superhero film. It's also pretty dark (given that the Dark Knight series and Man of Steel were intense enough by themselves), and gradually builds up to a climactic conclusion.The movie is packed with references - both visual and dialogue-wise - to classic comic lore. Underpinning everything is Hans Zimmer and Junkie XL's score. An artillery barrage of action.
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Ratings:1.5/5 Review By:Anupama Chopra Site:Youtube
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Ratings:0/5 Review By:Raja Sen Site:Rediff
To me, this is the worst superhero movie of all time, particularly in terms of squandered potential. It is moronic enough to believe two people sharing a name is a coincidence of world-altering import. You, as a fan, deserve better. Superman and Batman, collectively known in DC Comics as the World's Greatest ™, deserve far better. And Zack Snyder, be it inability or subversion, needs to be kept away from these icons — at least till he figures out that the red of the cape is the colour of a bright and stunning Testarossa, not merlot spilt on the floor.
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Ratings:1.5/5 Review By:Shalini Langer Site:Indian Express
However, having a villain without any charisma or appeal is not the biggest problem with Dawn of Justice — that would be the reason Batman and Superman are fighting. A lot of words are thrown about, of “humans playing gods”, of “democracy being about conversation”, of “consent of the governed”, of “being all powerful means you can’t be all good” etc, etc. All of which logically should see Superman and Batman on the same side of the fence. The reason they decide that the other one is wrong is absolutely unclear, except for the fact that it gives a sexy title to this film. The way it gets all resolved is even funnier.
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Ratings:2.5/5 Review By:Bryan Durham Site:DNA
Don't get me wrong. Batman v Superman isn't a bad film. But it isn't a good film, either. It's quite middling. In fact, it makes the fanboy in you want to throw spitballs at Zack Snyder for being so mediocre in the face of far better superhero movies and franchises. You were rooting for the film going in too and it's disappointing to see your expectations crash.
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Ratings:-- Review By:Sankhayan Ghosh Site:Hindu
Marvel’s Deadpool that released about a month ago was lauded for its irreverence and self-aware humour. But Batman Vs Superman: The Dawn of Justice is the worst thing that could have happened to the genre. At least there was a sinister surrealism in Tim Burton’s Batman movies or a camp value to the ones starring George Clooney. This one is just annoyingly mediocre.

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Ratings:2/5 Review By:Rohan Naahar Site:Hindustan Times
Oddly, despite being largely messy and mostly incoherent, the film moves at a rather brisk pace. It’s never dull, just disappointing. It feels clumsily edited, with plots remaining half-explored and scenes ending either too soon or lasting too long. Here’s a film that’ll leave both fans and casual moviegoers unsatisfied. And since it isn’t breaking any new ground story-wise, this is quite unforgivable, considering especially the excellent work Marvel is doing. I still can’t figure out how a movie that liberally takes from both Superman (Death of Superman) and Batman’s (The Dark Knight Returns) most famous comics arcs can be so misguided.
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Ratings:-- Review By:Mihir Fadnavis Site:Firstpost
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice is an embarrassment to the superhero genre that makes you bleed from every cavity in your body. . Having watched the movie and thought deeply about it, I still can’t figure out why Batman and Superman were fighting each other. There literally isn’t any reason why they can’t stand each other.This film should only have been about Batman and Superman — but in their effort to catch up with the Avengers and set up the Justice League, the filmmakers squeeze in way too much, leaving little time to explore any single element.

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Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Story: 

It's been nearly two years since Superman's (Henry Cavill) colossal battle with Zod (Michael Shannon) devastated the city of Metropolis. The loss of life and collateral damage left many feeling angry and helpless, including crime-fighting billionaire Bruce Wayne (Ben Affleck). Convinced that Superman is now a threat to humanity, Batman embarks on a personal vendetta to end his reign on Earth, while the conniving Lex Luthor (Jesse Eisenberg) launches his own crusade against the Man of Steel.

Cast:   Ben Affleck Henry Cavill Amy Adams Jesse Eisenberg Diane Lane Laurence Fishburne Jeremy Irons Holly Hunter Gal Gadot

 Release Dates: March 24 2016 ( India)

Director:   Zack Snyder

Running time: 1h 42m

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    Justice denied! [2/5]

    Every film has a reason behind its existence. Some possess the purpose to entertain. Some have a propensity to satisfy one’s creative urge. Zack Snyder’s BATMAN V SUPERMAN: DAWN OF JUSTICE is no exception. It’s just that the reason it holds works more in favor of its sequel JUSTICE LEAGUE planned for the next year release. Consider this a conjunctive chapter that has to be there before the sequel could finally take off. Obviously the much-dreamt clash between the world’s two biggest comic book superheroes was another potential orgasmic spectacle one could never miss to experience on big screens but far-flung from all that, BATMAN V SUPERMAN: DAWN OF JUSTICE is substantially a tough and nauseating endurance-test as how much Hollywood trash you can take at once. And if that wasn’t enough, you get a whole container of Bollywood junk to make it even tougher for poor you!

    Imagine this; a mother is taken hostage by a maniac who wants to see the son, also a superhero by passion, in wrestle with the other superhero. I don’t want to put you on the spot but if you’re an ardent fan of these two DC comic characters, you would know better that they will stop at nothing. Well, you got what you asked for. They are out now to kill each other before something supernatural strikes. The son, at the very final flash, recites his mother’s first name. Guess what? The other superhero has a mother of same first name too. Bingo. The two have now joined their hands to take down the scheming baddie. Sounds familiar? I know. We have been gulping down this bitter mixture for centuries. The problem doesn’t rest in the unintelligible and unimaginative plot but in shamelessly marching ahead from one muddy mess to other convenient chaos.

    Superman [HENRY CAVILL] is held responsible for all the causalities constantly taking place in his insensitive missions to save the world. People have started labeling him as an ‘unwanted alien’ to the earth. Even the Gotham city has few unfortunate hits under his name. Batman [BEN AFFLECK] must stop him. Meanwhile, the evil head Lex Luthor [JESSE EISENBERG] has his own plans to establish his supremacy in the Metropolis city. One of them is, of course, to bring both the superheroes in the same arena, against each other. AMY ADAMS plays Clark Kent’s love interest mostly to get herself into troubles so that the Superman could come and save her. An interesting and comparatively satisfying addition in the cast comes as the Israeli beauty from THE FAST & FURIOUS series GAL GADOT playing the Wonder Woman.

    Talking about the Hollywood trash; BATMAN V SUPERMAN: DAWN OF JUSTICE emerges as an average sci-fi action entertainer that tries too many formulaic elements it possibly could. The conflict between the superheroes is undercooked and often confusing. God knows why couldn’t they just sit and talk in lengths to clean the slate. We have seen them performing this rather impressive (verbal) action in their earlier independent ventures. The overtly done and excessively exposed action sequences also don’t really add any substance to the intensity of the conflict, and only target your appetite to watch something mammoth if not necessarily momentous created in heavily confident CG machines.

    Overall, BATMAN V SUPERMAN: DAWN OF JUSTICE doesn’t do justice to any of your favorite superheroes featured in it. Performances range from being superficial to mediocre and one-dimensional. A lot would have been better if the plot hasn’t been so incoherent, lousy, convenient and Bollywood-ish! It looks so inspired from us that even you can sue them for creative and cultural plagiarism. After all, kidnapping mothers is a trademark move for all the Prem Chopras, Ranjeets and Shakti Kapoors of Bollywood, not some Jesse Eisenbergs. Justice denied! [2/5]

    1. Havent seen the movie. But this one is one of your best reviews till that. I wasnt a fan of your reviews earlier. Never game myself time to read your reviews earlier except sometime seeing the ratings. You were very superficial and immature earlier(no offense), they lack the exposure much needed for writing a review and understanding creativity. But now I have seen you grow over the years. and I must your reviews are much better and to the point now. You must reduce the concept building though.

  2. it's disappointing to see your expectations crash
    Here’s a film that’ll leave both fans and casual moviegoers unsatisfied.

  3. It's wasn't great but it was a good movie, it's definitely not wrist as these so called critics are saying, go watch it

  4. It's wasn't great but it was a good movie, it's definitely not wrist as these so called critics are saying, go watch it

  5. yaa it is good movie go and watch it

  6. Batman Vs Superman is a FRIGGIN' MASTERPIECE from scene one till the end!
    The critics out there who are putting the negative ratings for this movie have become the typical spoon-fed fans of MARVEL. There were so many people cheering and clapping at the theater, yes there were some dull moments but this movie never lacks a punch. Of course a non-comic fan will find it confusing but I doubt if any audience can reject it by saying that it was not entertaining.
    All the references for the next Justice League movie are super epic and Zack Synder deserves all the credit and love for bringing up the riskiest superhero movie of all time.

  7. It's not that much bad as critics are saying, but yes we had too much hope with this movie.After watching this it feels like something is missing.But in my opinion go and watch once & decide yourself.

  8. very good movie go see it

  9. First time I saw the critics giving true review.... 2 hours 46 minutes headache.

  10. It was a very good movie.. how can you criticize it for being "too dark"?

  11. Its fun movie one should not expect the same Marvel formula from DC. Yes its dark maybe too dark thats what make DC different from Marvel. Don't go for the movie if you don't know what is going on and why Batman and Superman are fighting and what happens. This movie brings out the best comic book adaptions for your own good read Dark Knight Returns comics or the animated movies and Death of Superman comics and then watch the movie to connect the dots. The critics are only criticizing because its dark not for family no humor yeah it is dark and only true comic fans will find it good. If you want to see humor and family entertainment superhero movies go watch Marvel because Dc will never offer that.. The movie was awesome launchpad for the DCEU..9/10

  12. Do not trust critics like gaurav...go watch it its awesome

  13. Rating 4/5 people wanna see who's. Gone win b/w Batman and Superman and critics are finding y they r fighting LOL
    They have given not one but many reasons for their fight but wat can they do this intellectual idiots doesn't understand that secondly Ben affleck does a very goo job as Batman and Bruce Wayne Gal Gadot brings the charisma to the Film y only everytime they wanna see humour and day time action sequence this fil has a very diffrent genre don't CavillCavills does his job sincerely treatment is diffrent than frOm Marvels and is surely New GO WATCH iT again


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