Wonder Woman Remembers the “Hero” in “Superhero”

After a series of underwhelming and almost aggressively dark entries into the DC movie universe, Wonder Woman had a lot to prove. Fortunately, Wonder Woman‘s greatest strength is the titular hero herself, as played by Gal Gadot and allows the franchise to reconnect with the superhero genre. Though Gadot was considered one of the best parts of Batman v Superman, her own movie plays to her strengths much more than before.…
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I Actually Didn’t Hate the Justice League Comic-Con Teaser

I’ve made no secret about my dislike for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Injustice, for reasons that I will refrain from getting into again. The idea that Zach Snyder is still directing Justice League seemed absurd, considering the critical backlash to BvS, but decisions liike the addition of Geoff Johns to the creative leadership showed there may still be hope for the movie.…
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Batman v Superman – A Warning in Storytelling?

For the first time in cinema history*, viewers were treated to the Trinity heroes of comic books in Zack Snyder’s Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, with the two titular heroes joined by Wonder Woman herself, and I will admit front-up that I didn’t enjoy this movie. Critical reception has been mixed, at the very best, so I thought I’d have a look at what lessons can be learned moving forwards.…
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Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016) – 2016 Film-A-Day 89

  Batman and Superman finally meet on the big screen (Lego Movie aside) and fight… for about two minutes in a two and a half hour movie. Batman V Superman is a superhero film that forgets it has superheroes. The first three-quarters of the film we see drawn out conversations, pointless dream sequences and lots of political and religious talk.…
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