Last year it was reported that, during an early screen of Batman V Superman, that Warner Bros executives gave a standing ovation to the film. Fast forward to March 2016, after Zack Snyder stated that his original cut of the movie was 3 hours long before Warner Bros required him to edit the movie down, a 2 1/2 hour cut of Batman V Superman releases to mixed/negative opinions.
Now we finally have Snyder’s original 3 hour cut of the movie, dubbed the “Ultimate Edition”, and I’m inclined to think THIS was the version WB executives gave a standing ovation for last year. The “Ultimate Edition” of Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice is such a large improvement over the theatrical version, it resolves just about every issue I had with the theatrical cut in my review (including its lack of Jon Stewart and Jena Malone appearances).
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Let’s face it, the biggest thing the Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice was missing was humor. There was none, zero, nada, goose egg. As soon as director Zack Snyder saw the tweets about the advance reviews, he knew he made a grave error, and that if he wasn’t going to be replaced by Silver Linings Playbook director David O. Russell, he needed to take drastic action.
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In a major surprise today, confirmation of early reports all-but verify that Warner Bros. Entertainment are in the finishing stages of a deal which transfers most, if not all, of their major DC Comics properties over to Disney.
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Zack Snyder and Chris Terrio’s new superhero epic has many allegorical and literal themes that you might not expect it to. Even though this movie isn’t on the level of quality of something like Christopher Nolan’s “The Dark Knight”, I do consider the character motivations and mythological themes just as fascinating as the philosophy of Nolan’s grand morality play from 2008. Continue reading God Versus Man: A Thematic Analysis of Batman V Superman (HEAVY SPOILERS)