Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice
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- Ben Affleck began working out two hours a day, the day after he was cast as Batman, to get ready for the role.
- When the forklift is driving forward to place the box with the kryptonite onto the truck, you can hear the reverse warning system. When it is driving backward no sound is heard.
- Senator Finch: The world has been so caught up with what Superman can do that no one has asked what he should do.
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Good action. Affleck did a pretty good job as Bruce/Batman. Cavill did Superman well. Jeremy Irons as Alfred was pretty cool; good part for him. The dream sequences were. . .interesting. Cameos kind of felt forced. Not a bad picture, far better than what I expected. Great time to be a comic book fan, and great time for them all at the movies.
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The villain here, Jesse Eisenberg's Lex Luthor, is so intensely annoying that, very early on, you wish Batman and Superman would just patch up their differences and join forces to put the squirrely rascal out of his, and our, misery.
Gorging on bombast and self-importance, swamped by its own mythology, Batman v Superman is loud, sprawling, and distracted. The action jumps around almost as fast as a man can fly, but nowhere near as smoothly.
In Snyder’s formulation, protecting the world from evil isn’t a gift or a calling; it’s a burden. And that feeling is reflected in the movie itself, a burdensome 150-minute slog about two men fighting over who is in the right when both are very clearly in the wrong.