Every superhero film doesn't have to be dark. Imagine that in the Ant-Man film. In any case as long as it may enhance the story and gives credence to the hero, then by all means pull the pin and blow the lid off!
I know I am late. I waited forever to go see the Batman vs Superman movie.
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At the last stop on the N and Q lines, at the end of a short tunnel, there's a circular dime-shiny sign that -- Bam! Pow! Zap! -- punches right through the grey gloom of the subway station.
With the release of Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justic...
Both Batman and Superman are laughing all the way to the nearest Metropolis (or Gotham) bank. Even still, I offer a word of advice. If you go in aware that the film drags a bit more than it should and doesn't contain as many quips as a Joss Whedon adaptation would have, then you'll be better off.
The much anticipated 2016 film Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice is now available for public consumption and most have found themselves with a bad case of indigestion.
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There are plenty of reviews that will tell you Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice was poorly paced, overstuffed, and hyper-serious. As well as that i...
Given the unexpected criticism Obama directed towards almost all of his country's historic allies, it was no surprise that his remarks were received by a mixture of astonishment and severe disappointment.
Director Zack Snyder accomplished what bullying, vegetables, and regular trips to the dentist failed to do; he ruined my childhood.
About a year and a half has elapsed since Christopher Nolan's fabled Dark Knight trilogy reached its conclusion. Such was the success of Nolan's stewardship of the comic book legend, Warner Bros. was never likely to allow the caped crusader to take too long a sabbatical.
Comic book fans will flock to this movie regardless. Whether they come back to see it a second or third time, like they did for The Dark Knight Rises or Deadpool, is the question.
The poster is simple; Superman on the left, Batman on the right, about to do battle. The title reads; "Orphan Fight." No big deal to you. Not that big of a deal to me either. But I run the nation's only monthly foster care magazine and let's just say folks are less than pleased with this particular meme.
The film has a rather strange premise -- two popular superheroes, both good guys, doing battle with one another. And yet, it fits our presidential primary season very well, with candidates attacking each other with a virulence that is usually reserved for enemies of the United States.