Batman v Superman

The sequel, Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice, isn’t just a sequel to Man Of Steel, it’s a pointed referendum on the debate that followed the film. Occasionally, the self-awareness is hilarious, as when secondary characters go out of their way to point out that the climactic battle is taking place in a series of unpopulated areas. Occasionally it’s graphic and horrifying, as in an early sequence showing the Superman/Zod fight from a ground’s-eye view, confirming all the collateral terror it caused.

There are simply certain brands, characters and concepts that transcend the objective critical narrative and go straight to the emotional heart of the collective fan base.

Some critics blasted the film for its overindulgent special effects and lack of story. Yet, the bad reviews did not prove to be Kryptonite at the box office.

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