Ben Affleck and Henry Cavill star in this two superheroes  for the price of one film. But is it worth a watch? 

The Guardian: *** Andrew Pulver said: “Director Zack Snyder, returning from Man of Steel, applies the degree of visual polish that the contemporary superhero film demands, even if subtlety is not his strong point.”

Empire: ***Nick De Semlyen thought that: “A climax to a climax, it’s CGI overkill, making for a generic and exhausting denouement.”

The Telegraph: ** Robbie Collin summed the film up by saying: “No major blockbuster in years has been this incoherently structured.”

The Independent: ***Geoffrey Mcnab found that there is : “a lingering suspicion that both these superheroes work better when they’re flying solo.”

The Metro: Cassam Looch wrote: “Affleck conveys a monstrous side of Batman that we have never seen before.”

Evening Standard: *** Charlotte O’Sullivan commented: “Batman v Superman nevertheless deserves points for creating a vision of modern America that feels truly fractured.”

Den of Geek: Ryan Lambie described it as: “Explosive, visually stunning and sometimes thought-provoking, Batman V Superman is a feast for the eyes and ears. ”

Digital Spy: ** Hugh Armitage said: “the film is visually stunning, with Snyder proving that he is much better at saying things with cinematography than through his actors.”

The Mirror:*** David Edwards wrote: “Zack Synder’s movie is packed with action stunning setpieces.”

Overall Verdict: perhaps not the strongest blockbuster film in terms of plot but Ben Affleck seems to impress as does the action sequences. 

Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice is released in cinemas today. 




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