Batman Vs Superman Analysis

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About 30 minutes into Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, the first question that comes to your mind is: what the hell is going on? However, you don 't give up and wait for something interesting to happen in the film. Eventually, you will leave the auditorium just satisfied with the special effects of two high-budget action sequences.

The idea of pitting Batman (Ben Affleck) against Superman (Henry Cavill) in a fist fight in itself is quite an ambitious task for any creators in the film-making business. Well, when filmmakers take on such a challenge, expectations are sky high. And this film do not live up to the expectations.

The film jumps from one subplot to the other without any clarity or purpose and towards the end what it manages to achieve is to place all the cards on the table for the sequel and leave audience high and dry.

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He spends more time contemplating his purpose of existence and the collateral damages of his antics in the planet earth. In the meantime saving innocents, which is mostly just Lois Lane (Amy Adams).

The major casualty of this weak plot is, indeed, Superman. He gives an impression of a powerful alien just waiting to become a martyr. He is played and beaten up like never before in this film.

Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot) just comes around as a pretty face in couple of scenes, until the end she decides to join forces with Batman and Superman in stopping the giant deformed Krypton. Her character isn 't explored much in this film as writers Chris Terrio and David S. Goyer were much invested in setting up the stage for the big clash.

Dawn of Justice is deeply flawed. Just a bunch of heroes from DC Comics, an evil scientist, an almost unkillable antagonist and expensive special effects are not the recipes to make a hit superhero movie. More than visual effects, a strong storyline is what keeps the audience engaged, which this film clearly

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