Movie Review

By Malik Grant

Movie Review

In "BATMAN V. SUPERMAN: DAWN OF JUSTICE" the audience is taken to the ruinous, climactic Man of Steel fight among Superman and Agent Zod (from the point of view of Gotham City) where Bruce Wayne ( played by Ben Affleck) looks as his structure breakdown, driving him mad at Superman.

After 18 months, the man of steel ( played by Henry Cavill), spares Lois Lane ( actress Amy Adams) from a perilous prisoner circumstance, which by and by causes unintended inadvertent blow-back.

Meanwhile, Batman starts attacking lawbreakers, which causes Clark Kent to label the Dark Knight as a hazardous vigilante. Joining the conflict is a young and extremely rich Lex Luthor (actor Jesse Eisenberg), who is fixated on getting his hands on enough Kryptonite to render Superman unprotected.

Luthor engineers a battle between the two superheroes... until they find there is a greater lowlife they should gather as one against. The battle scene between the two super heroes is loaded with the sort of activity you would expect. Batman goes the additional mile to prepare Crossfit-style before he faces the last son of Krypton.

If you have seen the trailers, then it should come as no surprise that Wonder Woman ( actress Gal Gadot) shows up and joins the battle to save the entirety of humankind. A few doubters were not certain about the model-turned-entertainer's capacity to catch everything that makes Wonder Woman awesome, yet she proves she has the right stuff.

Notwithstanding Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice's imperfections, it will energize crowds for the guarantee of future Justice League films that will ideally be as brimming with and fun as their adversary Marvel blockbusters.

The 2016 release, directed by Zach Snyder, had a budget of between $250 million and $300 million. Thus far, the worldwide box office has brought in more than $872 million. Not bad for a film about to comic book heroes.

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Malik Grant is a sophomore mass communications major