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Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice cast react to the negative reviews

03.24.2016

With the official release of BATMAN V SUPERMAN: DAWN OF JUSTICE less than a day away, many fans have been fixating on the rather lackluster reviews that the blockbuster has been receiving over the past few days. Many critics took aim at the films story, pacing, and dour tone, but it wasn't entirely doom and gloom as Ben Affleck's Batman, Gal Gadot's Wonder Woman, and the overall visual spectacle received praise. The cast of BATMAN V SUPERMAN: DAWN OF JUSTICE are finally coming to the end of their whirlwind press-tour, just in time to respond to the negative reviews that the film has been receiving. While chatting with Yahoo Movies UK, several of the actors as well as BATMAN V SUPERMAN director Zack Snyder revealed their thoughts on critics. Henry Cavill has faith that the audience for whom this film was made will make their voices heard.

The interesting thing is that we get the critics who have their personal opinions, and the thing about personal opinions is that they always come from a place. And there’s a preconceived idea which you have to get past a critic before you start writing your article or your review, and that affects everything. What is really going to matter, I believe, is what the audience says, because they’re the ones who are buying tickets, they’re the ones who want to see more of this kind of story or not and so the audience’s voice is loudest and after this weekend the audience, at least partly, will have spoken.

Ben Affleck didn't have nearly as much to say, as he merely said that he agreed with Cavill's sentiments. Amy Adams, who plays Lois Lane in the film, said that she knows that “Zack [Snyder] doesn’t make the movies - or none of us - are making the movies for the critics, you can’t go into it with that perspective. I know we really hope the fans like it and so far the reaction has been really positive on that front. If you’re interested in a film you should see it and form your own opinion rather than just going on the word of somebody [else]”. My goodness, what a complete and utter display of common sense. Movie reviews are fun to read, whether you agree with what the critics have to say or not, but at the end of the day, your own opinion is the only one that matters.

Zack Snyder doesn't seem all that bothered by the reviews, as he's very happy with the film regardless of what the critics think.

I’m a comic book guy and I made the movie based as much as I could on that aesthetic, and so I don’t know how else to do it 100%, so it is what it is.

Our own Eric Walkuski and Chris Bumbray have reviewed BATMAN V SUPERMAN: DAWN OF JUSTICE, so feel free to check out those reviews if you haven't already but also make sure to let us know what YOU thought of the film once you've seen it.

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9:18PM on 03/26/2016
Ben Affleck said it best here. The bottom line is do YOU like it. I read the reviews before going into the theater and when the movie finished I like it a lot.
Ben Affleck said it best here. The bottom line is do YOU like it. I read the reviews before going into the theater and when the movie finished I like it a lot.
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11:38AM on 03/26/2016
The critical reviews have been way too harsh on this movie. I'm not so sure why they came down so hard on this film while they seem to give others a break that have similar flaws. One thing the person below me obviously doesn't seem to understand is that no one, not the cast or crew, has complained yet about the negative reviews like Proyas did. They were asked a question about the critical reception and just basically responded with, "we hope the fans enjoy it" or "didn't know how else to make
The critical reviews have been way too harsh on this movie. I'm not so sure why they came down so hard on this film while they seem to give others a break that have similar flaws. One thing the person below me obviously doesn't seem to understand is that no one, not the cast or crew, has complained yet about the negative reviews like Proyas did. They were asked a question about the critical reception and just basically responded with, "we hope the fans enjoy it" or "didn't know how else to make the movie." That's not attacking the critics at all.
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3:20PM on 03/25/2016

First Alex Proyas, now them?

If you don't like bad reviews, then next time make a better movie! This has nothing to do with influences. I'll still see the movie because I'm interested in it, but I haven't had my hopes up since the trailer. The critical consensus only validates what I already feared. As for the comment about making movies for fans instead of critics... Ummm... Can't a person be both? Does that mean that fans will blindly praise the movie no matter what? I think they're even less flexible than critics.
If you don't like bad reviews, then next time make a better movie! This has nothing to do with influences. I'll still see the movie because I'm interested in it, but I haven't had my hopes up since the trailer. The critical consensus only validates what I already feared. As for the comment about making movies for fans instead of critics... Ummm... Can't a person be both? Does that mean that fans will blindly praise the movie no matter what? I think they're even less flexible than critics.
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12:19PM on 03/25/2016
"Iím a comic book guy and I made the movie based as much as I could on that aesthetic, and so I donít know how else to do it 100%, so it is what it is."

That says everything. Snyder confuses aesthetic with story. Snyder is like a pretentious Bay. His nose is too far up his own ass to understand why people are tired of his philosophy that all characters should be one dimensional mindless & overly violent brutes who solve everything with murder.
"Iím a comic book guy and I made the movie based as much as I could on that aesthetic, and so I donít know how else to do it 100%, so it is what it is."

That says everything. Snyder confuses aesthetic with story. Snyder is like a pretentious Bay. His nose is too far up his own ass to understand why people are tired of his philosophy that all characters should be one dimensional mindless & overly violent brutes who solve everything with murder.
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3:16PM on 03/25/2016
I think what you just said is why I didn't really dig Watchmen all that much. It was mostly faithful, and some of the actors were just spot-on, but he doesn't really do pacing very well. That's not a slight against his movies' length, but his ability as a storyteller to keep me engaged.
I think what you just said is why I didn't really dig Watchmen all that much. It was mostly faithful, and some of the actors were just spot-on, but he doesn't really do pacing very well. That's not a slight against his movies' length, but his ability as a storyteller to keep me engaged.
10:11AM on 03/25/2016
I don't want to give Zack Snyder and team shit because being in charge of these beloved characters is a huge burden and I always give a little slack to big productions but I honestly don't think this is a good film. There are good moments, some awesome but the whole thing never quite comes together.
I don't want to give Zack Snyder and team shit because being in charge of these beloved characters is a huge burden and I always give a little slack to big productions but I honestly don't think this is a good film. There are good moments, some awesome but the whole thing never quite comes together.
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7:30AM on 03/25/2016
"If youíre interested in a film you should see it and form your own opinion rather than just going on the word of somebody [else]Ē.

This is the most important thing! Especially when it comes to film which are targeted for a certain fanbase, in this case CBMs and DC fans. You really wanna miss out on something you could probably enjoy because someone else didn't like it? I for one didn't found the cristic or friend who I 100% agree with. Even if you agree with someone 99% of the time,
"If youíre interested in a film you should see it and form your own opinion rather than just going on the word of somebody [else]Ē.

This is the most important thing! Especially when it comes to film which are targeted for a certain fanbase, in this case CBMs and DC fans. You really wanna miss out on something you could probably enjoy because someone else didn't like it? I for one didn't found the cristic or friend who I 100% agree with. Even if you agree with someone 99% of the time, there's always the 1%.

btw. Amy Adams was great in BvS! She's just a great actress who brought the needed humanity to this.
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2:46AM on 03/25/2016
It's kinda had to get a good gauge when Cavill is basically saying; speak with your box office dollars and let the numbers decide. While Adams is saying; just go buy a ticket and judge for yourself. It's not awful at all. But it feels like a collection of great individual scenes that don't completely fit together.
It's kinda had to get a good gauge when Cavill is basically saying; speak with your box office dollars and let the numbers decide. While Adams is saying; just go buy a ticket and judge for yourself. It's not awful at all. But it feels like a collection of great individual scenes that don't completely fit together.
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2:00AM on 03/25/2016
I'll bet the R-Rater Directors Cut is the true great film. :)
I'll bet the R-Rater Directors Cut is the true great film. :)
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1:42AM on 03/25/2016

Did I just watch the same film that everyone is complaining about?

Because I enjoyed it, overall. It by no means is a great film, but based on the the number of negative reviews, I assumed it was this year's Fantastic Four. Affleck, in my mind, is now the definitive Batman/Bruce Wayne and Gal silenced all those who doubted she could be Wonder Woman given her small physique and small resume. I also like Eisenberg's take on Luthor. Much more neurotic that any previous incarnations, no to mention absolutely terrifying given the extreme lengths he would go to see
Because I enjoyed it, overall. It by no means is a great film, but based on the the number of negative reviews, I assumed it was this year's Fantastic Four. Affleck, in my mind, is now the definitive Batman/Bruce Wayne and Gal silenced all those who doubted she could be Wonder Woman given her small physique and small resume. I also like Eisenberg's take on Luthor. Much more neurotic that any previous incarnations, no to mention absolutely terrifying given the extreme lengths he would go to see his grand scheme through. What I don't see people discussing is just how much the movie pushes boundaries commonly not even thought of for a comic book movie. It's shocking that this is sitting at 33 percent on Rotten Tomatoes but Age of Ultron is at 75 percent.
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3:12AM on 03/25/2016
Age of Ultron blew horse crap just like the majority of Rotten Tomatoes band of mutates. I never trust critics and ive grown to distrust RT as well
Age of Ultron blew horse crap just like the majority of Rotten Tomatoes band of mutates. I never trust critics and ive grown to distrust RT as well
6:27AM on 03/25/2016
When the majority of the audience clapped at the end of the movie, I also thought "did I watch the same movie?" I guess there will be a great divide with this. I'm glad people liked it. I really wish I did.
When the majority of the audience clapped at the end of the movie, I also thought "did I watch the same movie?" I guess there will be a great divide with this. I'm glad people liked it. I really wish I did.
8:59AM on 03/25/2016
Good for you, but "by no means great" for a 250 million dollar film is a fucking disaster any way you spin it. Never mind that the consensus is that it's a giant emo turd. That's what everyone is complaining about.
Good for you, but "by no means great" for a 250 million dollar film is a fucking disaster any way you spin it. Never mind that the consensus is that it's a giant emo turd. That's what everyone is complaining about.
11:32AM on 03/25/2016
This is turning in a trump vs Bernie argument. I agree w Snyder. He made this movie for me and my 16-yr-old son. We are Superman/Batman fans through and through. I thoroughly enjoyed this movie. I'm so bored with the shiny happy people at Marvel. I'm ready for a serious movie that really plays on the themes of Gods among men in our current world state. Seeing it again today.
This is turning in a trump vs Bernie argument. I agree w Snyder. He made this movie for me and my 16-yr-old son. We are Superman/Batman fans through and through. I thoroughly enjoyed this movie. I'm so bored with the shiny happy people at Marvel. I'm ready for a serious movie that really plays on the themes of Gods among men in our current world state. Seeing it again today.
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1:28AM on 03/25/2016

it could have been so good

cast was good. visuals were on point. liked the beginning. thoroughly entertained by the action at the end.


BUT. there wasn't enough batman or superman.


so ok, we have an established batman. why did it take an hour to actually see him? why doesn't superman do anything? seriously. they only show him posing in slow motion before or after rescuing somebody.


sure there were some good moments sprinkled here and there. but it definitely felt like two or three different movies mashed
cast was good. visuals were on point. liked the beginning. thoroughly entertained by the action at the end.


BUT. there wasn't enough batman or superman.


so ok, we have an established batman. why did it take an hour to actually see him? why doesn't superman do anything? seriously. they only show him posing in slow motion before or after rescuing somebody.


sure there were some good moments sprinkled here and there. but it definitely felt like two or three different movies mashed together without enough thought to connecting it all.
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1:14AM on 03/25/2016
Did anyone else get a return of the king vibe when this movie just kept going...and going.
Did anyone else get a return of the king vibe when this movie just kept going...and going.
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1:09AM on 03/25/2016

Breaking my rule

Just finished watching it, LOVED IT!!!! I have a three viewing rule with films in theatres ( wouldn't want to be tired of it by the time I buy it) but it looks like I'm breaking it for this one. I have no serious gripes to ruin my viewing of it. I say, great job Snyder and team.
Just finished watching it, LOVED IT!!!! I have a three viewing rule with films in theatres ( wouldn't want to be tired of it by the time I buy it) but it looks like I'm breaking it for this one. I have no serious gripes to ruin my viewing of it. I say, great job Snyder and team.
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12:33AM on 03/25/2016

Some SPOILERS

I just went to the 6:00 showing. While not a perfect movie I don't understand what the hell everyone's problem is. I'd probably give it a solid 7/10. The first half is a little slow moving but it's not like it's full of pointless content. I thought Jesse Eisenberg was a little odd at times but I thought he did a great job. He had ten times more to work with as Luthor than half of the Marvel villains that have appeared in their movies. There were plenty of fun parts to watch though the movie did
I just went to the 6:00 showing. While not a perfect movie I don't understand what the hell everyone's problem is. I'd probably give it a solid 7/10. The first half is a little slow moving but it's not like it's full of pointless content. I thought Jesse Eisenberg was a little odd at times but I thought he did a great job. He had ten times more to work with as Luthor than half of the Marvel villains that have appeared in their movies. There were plenty of fun parts to watch though the movie did maintain a grimmer tone. What wasn't fun about watching Batman take done an entire room of armed soldiers. Holy balls that was an excellent scene!!! The fight between Superman and Batman had plenty of flare to it I watched the The Dark Knight Returns fight from the cartoon and reread the comic fight beforehand so I could compare it to the right in the movie... It had a good sense of the source material but was still refreshing!!
I thought the "Knightmare Batman" and Flash vision/dream was the strangest part.
This movie was in no way as disappointing and broken and unwatchable as critics have made it out to be. I completely enjoyed watching the movie. I have never been 100% on Affleck as Batman but I figured he'd be fine... I never thought he'd be anywhere near as good as Bale but he was a serious highlight of the movie! Live every minute he was on screen as Batman and he was also great as Wayne.
I appreciate that this was something different... And i felt like it took plenty of risks and tried to be something new. This movie wasn't made on a whim... It was a carefully crafted thoughtful movie! I can see why it wouldn't be for every one but it's also not some abhorrent monstrosity semblance of a film. Snyder is plenty capable as a director and I enjoyed seeing lots of inspiration from The Dark Knight Returns!!! I'm happy to support this movie and I'm super excited to see Civil War in May!
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12:10AM on 03/25/2016
Unfortunately, Cavill is wrong. There may be a strong cult following to this, but that's not enough for this film. Of course the reviews may not impact the sales at all (prolly won't much), but this movie is sooo big for a company with a lot of recent bombs, and technically the start of the DCU, this film was made for EVERYONE. This isn't kick add with a specific demo, this needs, and has been trying to appeal to about everyone. Even if it gets a good profit, if this isn't up there with
Unfortunately, Cavill is wrong. There may be a strong cult following to this, but that's not enough for this film. Of course the reviews may not impact the sales at all (prolly won't much), but this movie is sooo big for a company with a lot of recent bombs, and technically the start of the DCU, this film was made for EVERYONE. This isn't kick add with a specific demo, this needs, and has been trying to appeal to about everyone. Even if it gets a good profit, if this isn't up there with avengers, im3, Spidey 3, and TFA, I wonder if it'll be considered a failure by WB, get ppl fired, and if they will change their line up or direction completely. Unlike flops like John carter and Lone Ranger which have some cult followings, those films didn't have sequels Intricately planned out for a franchise (and also had lesser known movie version characters, and lesser desired universes to be explored).

I haven't seen it yet, and I will, but it sounds like all the worries I had became problems; the title, Eisenberg, the forced inclusion of bats, overloading the story with too much stuff, and just short cuts and rushing to make the JL film. The JL films are the priority, not this one. I've said it from the get go, suggesting different options, but the marvel approach to a team movie is so much more satisfying, getting to know the characters, the world, everything (and I didn't even like avengers). Be interesting to see what happens.
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3:25PM on 03/25/2016
I saw JOHN CARTER and THE LONE RANGER. Based on their endings, I do think the makers were setting up sequels.
I saw JOHN CARTER and THE LONE RANGER. Based on their endings, I do think the makers were setting up sequels.
11:57PM on 03/24/2016
I wanted to like it. I really did. Went in with no pre-conceived notions. I just wanted to see it succeed. In the end, I hated it. Some people loved it and that's fine. I just found it boring and couldn't stand it. Disappointed doesn't cover it.
I wanted to like it. I really did. Went in with no pre-conceived notions. I just wanted to see it succeed. In the end, I hated it. Some people loved it and that's fine. I just found it boring and couldn't stand it. Disappointed doesn't cover it.
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1:11AM on 03/25/2016
I agree. I'm glad some people liked it. There were some things I liked in it. But I thought the movie could've been an hour and a half shorter. And that's being kind.
I agree. I'm glad some people liked it. There were some things I liked in it. But I thought the movie could've been an hour and a half shorter. And that's being kind.
10:38PM on 03/24/2016
It was better than Fantastic 4, if that says anything lol
It was better than Fantastic 4, if that says anything lol
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11:58PM on 03/24/2016
'Stop or my mom will shoot' was genius compared to F4. Lol
'Stop or my mom will shoot' was genius compared to F4. Lol
10:09PM on 03/24/2016
Just got home from the 6pm show. I loved it. Was it perfect? No. Is it the piece of garbage critics and haters are portraying? Not even fucking close. After seeing it for myself, it is obvious to me that the vast majority of critical reviews are based on a very specific bubble of preconceived ideas and formulas of what a movie based on comic book characters needs to be. I am still absorbing, but my initial reaction is that I just witnessed something truly ambitious and ballsy. This was
Just got home from the 6pm show. I loved it. Was it perfect? No. Is it the piece of garbage critics and haters are portraying? Not even fucking close. After seeing it for myself, it is obvious to me that the vast majority of critical reviews are based on a very specific bubble of preconceived ideas and formulas of what a movie based on comic book characters needs to be. I am still absorbing, but my initial reaction is that I just witnessed something truly ambitious and ballsy. This was made for the fans of this universe. The few issues I did have were more than made up for with shit I'm really just so happy I was able to view on the big screen. The sold out IMAX show I attended had nothing but cheering and clapping when the credits began to roll.
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11:20PM on 03/24/2016
I don't know man, I just go it and was very, very disappointed, I feel like good writing and storytelling is a pretty reasonable bar to fold a film to (whether you're a critic or not). To claim that expecting this in a comic book film is just some kooky preconceived critical expectation seems to be doing the genre a real disservice and saying that comic book movies inherently incapable of pulling this off, which is of course, garbage.
I don't know man, I just go it and was very, very disappointed, I feel like good writing and storytelling is a pretty reasonable bar to fold a film to (whether you're a critic or not). To claim that expecting this in a comic book film is just some kooky preconceived critical expectation seems to be doing the genre a real disservice and saying that comic book movies inherently incapable of pulling this off, which is of course, garbage.
9:08PM on 03/24/2016
I can understand their reasoning. I remember when Iron man 3 came out a few years ago, the critics gave it fairly good reviews, yet I found it to be the most disappointing MCU film. Then you have something like Lone Ranger that got low reviews, and I had a blast watching it.
I can understand their reasoning. I remember when Iron man 3 came out a few years ago, the critics gave it fairly good reviews, yet I found it to be the most disappointing MCU film. Then you have something like Lone Ranger that got low reviews, and I had a blast watching it.
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9:18PM on 03/24/2016
Ugh, I hated The Lone Ranger....but I did like John Carter, which got similarly bad reviews.
Ugh, I hated The Lone Ranger....but I did like John Carter, which got similarly bad reviews.
10:04PM on 03/24/2016
Yep, Lone Ranger sucked...loved Carter too. I also had a blast watching Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters. In the UK, we had a movie critic called Barry Norman who almost always seemed to sh*t on these kind of movies. Never did understand why he reviewed films that clearly weren't meant for him.
Yep, Lone Ranger sucked...loved Carter too. I also had a blast watching Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters. In the UK, we had a movie critic called Barry Norman who almost always seemed to sh*t on these kind of movies. Never did understand why he reviewed films that clearly weren't meant for him.
9:07PM on 03/24/2016
I'll be watching it in an hour and a half so I will post my opinion at some point on the forums. I generally ignore critics anyway and prefer myself to decide, so I fully agree with Amy Adams on that front. Critics can make or break a film but realistically people, if interested in the material or trailer etc, should just see it and form their own opinions. Really hoping I enjoy this movie, but it can go either way.
I'll be watching it in an hour and a half so I will post my opinion at some point on the forums. I generally ignore critics anyway and prefer myself to decide, so I fully agree with Amy Adams on that front. Critics can make or break a film but realistically people, if interested in the material or trailer etc, should just see it and form their own opinions. Really hoping I enjoy this movie, but it can go either way.
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8:33PM on 03/24/2016
I can understand if people aren't into the film by this point, but I don't really care anymore. This is DC's time to shine and prove that everyone involved is for real in starting one hell of a Justice League Universe. Been waiting YEARS for this moment.
I can understand if people aren't into the film by this point, but I don't really care anymore. This is DC's time to shine and prove that everyone involved is for real in starting one hell of a Justice League Universe. Been waiting YEARS for this moment.
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11:28PM on 03/24/2016
Yeah, I've been waiting for this moment for year too, ever since I picked up my first comic book when I was like 7, but my excitement is based off of the film actually being good, not just the mere fact of it happening. Having just seen it, I personally feel -- trying to be objective as I can -- that it was not very well made. Which really puts a damper on any excitement I had for Justice League because, with the same writer and director on board, I'm pretty sure that I'll have the same issues
Yeah, I've been waiting for this moment for year too, ever since I picked up my first comic book when I was like 7, but my excitement is based off of the film actually being good, not just the mere fact of it happening. Having just seen it, I personally feel -- trying to be objective as I can -- that it was not very well made. Which really puts a damper on any excitement I had for Justice League because, with the same writer and director on board, I'm pretty sure that I'll have the same issues with it.
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7:51PM on 03/24/2016
I'm absolutely trying to stay away from every review or TV spots in the final few days, weeks...going in as fresh as possible. I couldn't help myself and had to read this article...as I was curious to know what the third thing was with regard to the line, "but it wasn't entirely doom and gloom" - the abstract on the homepage was cut off after the second one. Watching this tomorrow... fingers crossed. My expectations are in check...that's gotta help, surely.
I'm absolutely trying to stay away from every review or TV spots in the final few days, weeks...going in as fresh as possible. I couldn't help myself and had to read this article...as I was curious to know what the third thing was with regard to the line, "but it wasn't entirely doom and gloom" - the abstract on the homepage was cut off after the second one. Watching this tomorrow... fingers crossed. My expectations are in check...that's gotta help, surely.
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9:20PM on 03/24/2016
You can read Bumbray's review too. No spoilers and just the basics of who the characters are and how they did (hint: Affleck and Gadot surprised in a big way).
You can read Bumbray's review too. No spoilers and just the basics of who the characters are and how they did (hint: Affleck and Gadot surprised in a big way).
7:44PM on 03/24/2016
I haven't seen the movie so I can't say whether they made a movie for fans or not. I will say this though. Terrio is writing Justice League by himself. He only made edits to the BvS script. So I would anticipate the alleged pacing problems that are in BvS would be better in JL. I am also interested if the 3 hour cut would help the pacing and plot point issues critics took issue with.
I haven't seen the movie so I can't say whether they made a movie for fans or not. I will say this though. Terrio is writing Justice League by himself. He only made edits to the BvS script. So I would anticipate the alleged pacing problems that are in BvS would be better in JL. I am also interested if the 3 hour cut would help the pacing and plot point issues critics took issue with.
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7:38PM on 03/24/2016
Synder is a hack. He can't make a great film as he's too caught up in visual esthetic than focusing on actual content. DC need to drop him now. By the way, reviews do count, especially when your film is below 40% favored on Rottentomatoes.
Synder is a hack. He can't make a great film as he's too caught up in visual esthetic than focusing on actual content. DC need to drop him now. By the way, reviews do count, especially when your film is below 40% favored on Rottentomatoes.
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7:15PM on 03/24/2016

George Miller for Justice League

It's probably too late at this point, since production on Justice League is supposed to start in 1 month, but WB should have seen the writing on the wall and gotten George Miller for Justice League. He's a DC comics guy, has a relationship with WB, and even started on a JL movie years ago.
It's probably too late at this point, since production on Justice League is supposed to start in 1 month, but WB should have seen the writing on the wall and gotten George Miller for Justice League. He's a DC comics guy, has a relationship with WB, and even started on a JL movie years ago.
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