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Psychologically bad processed stereotype superhero movie
I can summarize the movie as a script trying to base clashes on proper psychologic reasons, but failing to do so, as a result confusing and boring the audience. The scriptwriters tried to put something from everywhere to strengthen their thesis, but this caused disintegration.
I didn't find the movie gripping, there were jumps from scene to scene. I kept asking myself the questions: "What is going on now?" "Why did he do that?" And I couldn't find the answers within the movie. I had to read reviews after it.
If you haven't seen previous Superman Episodes and have not reviewed cartoons a bit, you may find it difficult to interpret and integrate the seemingly unconnected scenes.
The atmosphere was dark as in Batman movies. Nevertheless I was expecting vivid colours though black themes usage, but the colours were faded (in 3D).
In addition the movie is named Batman vs Superman, but the reasons behind their clash were weak. And after a lot psychology, the movie turned into a stereotype superhero movie, losing its special position as "Batman vs Superman".
Briefly, trying to combine stereotype with psychology unsuccessfully ruined the high cost movie. It could have been better processed and fast-moving. I got bored watching it which lasted more than 3 hours with the ads and the break. I don't recommend.
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