Batman Vs Superman Research Paper

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Three years after the release of Man of Steel, director Zack Snyder is back with his new superhero film, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. Inspired loosely by the 1986 comic series, The Dark Knight Returns, Snyder’s new movie brings back the two heroes, Batman/Bruce Wayne (Ben Affleck) and Superman/Clark Kent (Henry Cavill), plotted as rivals against each other once again. Dawn of Justice follows the two rivals as they attempt to target each other through a variety of means, seeing each other as potential threats. Lex Luthor (Jesse Eisenberg), the CEO of LexCorp, also sees Superman as his archenemy, and is also obsessed with defeating him. For the casual moviegoer, Dawn of Justice is a perfect movie to unwind with your friends and enjoy …show more content…

Despite a dramatic build-up, the entire story seemed to fall apart when Luthor’s creation, the CGI mess Doomsday, seemingly comes out of nowhere and adds to the terrible resolution of the story, making bad into worse. Littered with plot holes (such as Superman retrieving the kryptonite spear instead of Batman, Batman murdering people despite being notable for not killing anyone, or even Superman’s ability to fly while holding the spear, despite almost drowning from its presence moments earlier), the conclusion of Dawn of Justice, in layman’s terms, is a joke.

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice is a great movie for the casual moviegoer, complete with a good storyline, great acting, and a great concept overall. While I did enjoy much of the movie, the last act of the movie is a disaster compared to the rest of the movie. The movie will keep you on the edge of your seat for much of the movie. However, many viewers may be disappointed with their choice of ending. Possibly, Dawn of Justice is just a movie that is a “thought too big for little

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