Aye Bade Superheroes!
Well! It’s about watching Batman and Superman together in one frame. Phewwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww!
“Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice” is not at all the epic we were waiting for. The film is an undeniable chutzpah because you can’t miss it even if I disgust it to the core. Savor this one, if you just want to see two gods fighting with with other, but this one is not The Ramayana.
Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice: Synopsis
Bruce Wayne (Ben Affleck) cares about the planet he lives on and sees that it is in danger because of more-than-enough destruction done by Superman and his enemies as a repercussion their battles. (“Man of Steel“). Wayne now finds Superman (Henry Cavill) a threat to the Earth and wants him to be answerable.
Well, the chaos begins.
Meanwhile there is Lex Luthor who is ready with his Doomsday weapon which can take on both our heroes.
So what happens thereafter? Who wins the battle? Does the dawn of justice arrive? Watch out in this mediocre film.
Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice: Story, Screenplay and Direction
OK. I know you are abusing me. I have called you favourite superhero’s flick mediocre. The story is palatable with umpteen characters to keep you engrossed, but in the case of Batman and Superman, is ‘palatable’ an enough adjective?
The screenplay has its share of ups and downs, while the face-off scenes between the heroes are iski-maa-ka worthy, the rest seem thik-thak at best. But yes, Lex Luthor brings in a surprising element.
Director Zack Synder (woh “300” wala) has done a reasonable job but he is miles behind Christopher Nolan: I still consider “The Dark Knight” as the best-ever superhero film. There are some enjoyable moments but there are only some.
But still I assure you, the battle between the two heroes is EPIC and gives you the required and desired jolts.
Had there been more of Wonder Woman, I’d have been mollified a little.
Dialogues are appropriate.
Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice: Stars’ Performances
Honesty, everyone has done commendable jobs in their respective roles and the actors make the film watchable at least.
Ben Affleck in the new Batman-suit gives a memorable performance. There’s no unnecessary heroism and he is equally likeable as Bruce Wayne.
Henry Cavill is perfect as Superman. He expresses the frustration, anger and emotions of his character perfectly.
Jesse Eisenberg is extraordiary as Lex Luthor.
Gal Gadot is sexy-cum-dangerous as Wonder Woman.
Amy Adams fits the bill.
Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice: Music and Other Technical Aspects
Many of us don’t go to listen to great music in superhero films, but for the fans of Hans Zimmer, this one will come out as disappointing. Zimmer and Junkie XL have churned out an average score for this one.
David Brenner‘s editing is good and Larry Fong‘s cinematography is great.
Background music is efficient.
A round of applause for the costume designer and the makeup department.
Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice: Sau Baat Ki Ek Baat
For a film with such a humongous hype, Sudhir K. Chhabra‘s review is merely a piece of crap. However, for the critic himself, this Batman-film has come out as a clear case of KLPD.
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