Evenly matched competitors aren’t hard to find, but ones that spur each other on in varied ways are the ones that go down in history. Frankly, the only thing more exhausting than watching a big blockbuster is watching a one that takes itself too seriously. Superman’s actions are undoubtedly heroic, Batman begins to feel that if Superman isn’t made to deal with his own mortality and put in his place, he will assume himself to be a god. Lets see what does these super heroes offer us.
The plot kicks after Batman (Ben Affleck) becomes obsessed with reigning in Superman (Henry Cavill), having witnessed the widespread carnage and loss of lives. Poor Superman, meanwhile, broods and sulks as the citizens of Metropolis too grow increasingly suspicious of him, and all question whether he should be held accountable for the collateral damage of his actions. Lex Luthor makes these 2 to fight fr each other which forms the next.
The fight sequences are furious. It’s also about a clash of the super hero’s and their ideologies. It’s pretty heavy and this will put some off. The Batmobile makes an appearance too, but there is little that is memorable in the way that Nolan’s set pieces were. The slug fest between the two big guys is engaging but never exhilarating, and then it quickly segues into a longer, seemingly never-ending battle. 3D is of no use except the first few scenes otherwise even the film along with 3D looks so weak and not as expected. Can see them when it is on TV..!! 🙂