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Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Blu-ray £9.99 Delivered @ Zavvi

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From director Zack Snyder (“Man of Steel”) comes “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice,” starring Oscar winner Ben Affleck (“Argo”) as Batman/Bruce Wayne and Henry Cavill (“Man of Steel,” “The Man from … Read More
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From director Zack Snyder (“Man of Steel”) comes “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice,” starring Oscar winner Ben Affleck (“Argo”) as Batman/Bruce Wayne and Henry Cavill (“Man of Steel,” “The Man from U.N.C.L.E.”) as Superman/Clark Kent in the characters’ first big-screen pairing.

Fearing the actions of a god-like Super Hero left unchecked, Gotham City’s own formidable, forceful vigilante takes on Metropolis’s most revered, modern-day savior, while the world wrestles with what sort of hero it really needs. And with Batman and Superman at war with one another, a new threat quickly arises, putting mankind in greater danger than it’s ever known before.
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#1
Movie is called Batman vs Superman yet the most prominent person on the front cover is wonder woman...hmm, I wonder why that is (_;)
3 Likes #2
such terribly poor film. 3 hours wasted!
#3
Goldy6660
such terribly poor film. 3 hours wasted!


Yeah, such a massive disappointment this film. V poor!
#4
just be glad its not cat woman and we don't have smelly vision ...fish anyone.. oO
#5
what was it bruce wayne put on that gave him that loud husky droney batman voice ? was it part of his suit to make him sound more menacing ? cant remember anything like that in a batman movie before
1 Like #6
Xmen apocalypse was WAAAY worse than this.
#7
ruddygood
just be glad its not cat woman and we don't have smelly vision ...fish anyone.. oO

What on earth are you banging on about??
1 Like #8
is this the extended version? much better film
#9
dijital
Xmen apocalypse was WAAAY worse than this.


they're both bad...but least this had some decent special effects and fight scenes. But Jesus Christ... Martha??? really?
I guess we should be thankful that neither are as bad as suicide squad...and crocs waddling hips
#10
bleachedsmiles
dijital
Xmen apocalypse was WAAAY worse than this.


they're both bad...but least this had some decent special effects and fight scenes. But Jesus Christ... Martha??? really?
I guess we should be thankful that neither are as bad as suicide squad...and crocs waddling hips


i preferred suicide squad to this garbage tbh
1 Like #11
dijital
Xmen apocalypse was WAAAY worse than this.
X-men Apocalypse > Superman v Batman > Suicide Squad

They're all complete dog **** though.
#12
Not watched this yet, but surely for the love of god it isn't as bad as Suicide Squad?
#13
Still about £9.98 too much for me to bite. Terrible film.

Haven't seen X-Men Apocalypse or Suicide Squad, so have yet to determine just how bad those are...
1 Like #14
Please please listen to all the reviews. Do not waste money on this rubbish. Please!
2 Likes #15
I enjoyed it. also the 'Martha' scene made perfect sense to me.
2 Likes #16
Nothing wrong with this film. It was pretty cool compared to most the crap released. Maybe for some it's the mixing of characters ... Takes a while to accept the transition of imagination.
1 Like #17
The extended version is brilliant in comparison to the theatrical release. It helps if you have seen "Man of steel" As to see why Batman hates superman. Also it introduces characters to the next movie "Justice League"
#18
ozzmosiz
I enjoyed it. also the 'Martha' scene made perfect sense to me.


Why does Superman say 'save Martha' instead of 'save my mother?'
#19
Bazallworks
ozzmosiz
I enjoyed it. also the 'Martha' scene made perfect sense to me.
Why does Superman say 'save Martha' instead of 'save my mother?'

Because presumably he knows Bruce couldn't save his own mother (also Martha), so he knows that Bruce would respond to the chance to save Martha this time?
#20
Heat added as its the cheapest price at the moment, but I was (like many) disappointed with the film.
#21
This film could have been saved if:
1) Christian Bale had returned as Batman
2) Lex Luther wasn't an EXACT copy of the Joker
3) There wasn't a dream sequence every 5 minutes

Well, it would be a start...
#22
Bazallworks
ozzmosiz
I enjoyed it. also the 'Martha' scene made perfect sense to me.


Why does Superman say 'save Martha' instead of 'save my mother?'


Wow, you would be a great writer, taking the easy way out
#23
Sheikher
Bazallworks
ozzmosiz
I enjoyed it. also the 'Martha' scene made perfect sense to me.
Why does Superman say 'save Martha' instead of 'save my mother?'
Wow, you would be a great writer, taking the easy way out

Yes because hopelessly crow-barring in a contrived similarity in the naming of their mums is Oscar material? This film is not even worthy of having Christopher Nolan use its script to pick up his dog's stool of an evening. Absolutely dire. Here's an idea DC, stop making films and just buy shares in Marvel.
1 Like #24
I'll wait for poundland
#25
Disco Dave
I'll wait for poundland


I'll avoid even then.
#26
Sheikher
Bazallworks
ozzmosiz
I enjoyed it. also the 'Martha' scene made perfect sense to me.
Why does Superman say 'save Martha' instead of 'save my mother?'
Wow, you would be a great writer, taking the easy way out
Huh?
#27
ChrisIW
Bazallworks
ozzmosiz
I enjoyed it. also the 'Martha' scene made perfect sense to me.
Why does Superman say 'save Martha' instead of 'save my mother?'
Because presumably he knows Bruce couldn't save his own mother (also Martha), so he knows that Bruce would respond to the chance to save Martha this time?

That's a very big' presumably'
1 Like #28
Goldy6660
such terribly poor film. 3 hours wasted!

I'd personally rather wax my own bum-hole with bonfire toffee than be subjected to this snore-fest EVER again.

Edited By: mercutio98uk on Nov 06, 2016 13:43
1 Like #29
Disco Dave
I'll wait for poundland

You'd find a scented candle or a multipack of paper plates FAR more entertaining for the price.

Edited By: mercutio98uk on Nov 06, 2016 13:43
1 Like #30
ijwia
what was it bruce wayne put on that gave him that loud husky droney batman voice ? was it part of his suit to make him sound more menacing ? cant remember anything like that in a batman movie before

*batman voice* but the growl is just mandatory or you aren't batman */batman voice*
#31
Bazallworks
ChrisIW
Bazallworks
ozzmosiz
I enjoyed it. also the 'Martha' scene made perfect sense to me.
Why does Superman say 'save Martha' instead of 'save my mother?'
Because presumably he knows Bruce couldn't save his own mother (also Martha), so he knows that Bruce would respond to the chance to save Martha this time?
That's a very big' presumably'

We already know he's aware of Batman's real identity - he calls him by his real name - so it's not much of a stretch to assume he did major research on Bruce Wayne's entire history and background. There's a lot wrong with this movie - but this scene does make sense.
#32
ChrisIW
Bazallworks
ChrisIW
Bazallworks
ozzmosiz
I enjoyed it. also the 'Martha' scene made perfect sense to me.
Why does Superman say 'save Martha' instead of 'save my mother?'
Because presumably he knows Bruce couldn't save his own mother (also Martha), so he knows that Bruce would respond to the chance to save Martha this time?
That's a very big' presumably'

We already know he's aware of Batman's real identity - he calls him by his real name - so it's not much of a stretch to assume he did major research on Bruce Wayne's entire history and background. There's a lot wrong with this movie - but this scene does make sense.


apart from Batman's the greatest detective in the world and he doesn't already know this? And the only way he can snap out of his complete unreasonably explained rage is they share the same mother's name? talk about a cheap cop out. It sounds like something a child would write. And was acted as cringe worthy as it probably read on paper.

This year has been so bad for big budget super hero films. Thank God civil war got it right.
1 Like #33
bleachedsmiles
ChrisIW
Bazallworks
ChrisIW
Bazallworks
ozzmosiz
I enjoyed it. also the 'Martha' scene made perfect sense to me.
Why does Superman say 'save Martha' instead of 'save my mother?'
Because presumably he knows Bruce couldn't save his own mother (also Martha), so he knows that Bruce would respond to the chance to save Martha this time?
That's a very big' presumably'
We already know he's aware of Batman's real identity - he calls him by his real name - so it's not much of a stretch to assume he did major research on Bruce Wayne's entire history and background. There's a lot wrong with this movie - but this scene does make sense.
apart from Batman's the greatest detective in the world and he doesn't already know this? And the only way he can snap out of his complete unreasonably explained rage is they share the same mother's name? talk about a cheap cop out. It sounds like something a child would write. And was acted as cringe worthy as it probably read on paper.
This year has been so bad for big budget super hero films. Thank God civil war got it right.
Civil War is so overrated. Too many characters, and it's just a CGI borefest. Never any sense of danger....the whole Marvel thing is becoming very tired and samey, thank god Dr Strange did something different with the franchise.

The extended cut of Superman V Batman plays with far more interesting concepts tied into the real world.
#34
ChrisIW
Bazallworks
ChrisIW
Bazallworks
ozzmosiz
I enjoyed it. also the 'Martha' scene made perfect sense to me.
Why does Superman say 'save Martha' instead of 'save my mother?'
Because presumably he knows Bruce couldn't save his own mother (also Martha), so he knows that Bruce would respond to the chance to save Martha this time?
That's a very big' presumably'

We already know he's aware of Batman's real identity - he calls him by his real name - so it's not much of a stretch to assume he did major research on Bruce Wayne's entire history and background. There's a lot wrong with this movie - but this scene does make sense.


I never said it didn't make sense. It's just bloody stupid.

It is a major stretch because the film doesn't actually show that. Why are people so eager to defend plot holes with stuff that isn't actually in the film?
#35
Superman is pants anyway, he's an illegal alien, Trump would have him deported
#36
skykid3
Superman is pants anyway, he's an illegal alien, Trump would have him deported

http://imgur.com/xvnN9YI
#37
dijital
skykid3
Superman is pants anyway, he's an illegal alien, Trump would have him deported
http://imgur.com/xvnN9YI

http://i.imgur.com/xvnN9YI.png
#38
zoso1313
bleachedsmiles
ChrisIW
Bazallworks
ChrisIW
Bazallworks
ozzmosiz
I enjoyed it. also the 'Martha' scene made perfect sense to me.
Why does Superman say 'save Martha' instead of 'save my mother?'
Because presumably he knows Bruce couldn't save his own mother (also Martha), so he knows that Bruce would respond to the chance to save Martha this time?
That's a very big' presumably'
We already know he's aware of Batman's real identity - he calls him by his real name - so it's not much of a stretch to assume he did major research on Bruce Wayne's entire history and background. There's a lot wrong with this movie - but this scene does make sense.
apart from Batman's the greatest detective in the world and he doesn't already know this? And the only way he can snap out of his complete unreasonably explained rage is they share the same mother's name? talk about a cheap cop out. It sounds like something a child would write. And was acted as cringe worthy as it probably read on paper.
This year has been so bad for big budget super hero films. Thank God civil war got it right.
Civil War is so overrated. Too many characters, and it's just a CGI borefest. Never any sense of danger....the whole Marvel thing is becoming very tired and samey, thank god Dr Strange did something different with the franchise.

The extended cut of Superman V Batman plays with far more interesting concepts tied into the real world.


They were pitted against each other, bonds broken and egos exploited, and the main 'bad guy' used human manipulation rather than super human powers to do it. How was that samey?
Captain America films are going from strength to strength and dealing more into the political rather than the tired old superhero formula.
It made good use of its characters...none really felt wasted in the plot, unlike other marvel films.
I think it stands right up there as one of the best, alongside guardians of the galaxy, personally.
#39
Bazallworks
ChrisIW
Bazallworks
ChrisIW
Bazallworks
ozzmosiz
I enjoyed it. also the 'Martha' scene made perfect sense to me.
Why does Superman say 'save Martha' instead of 'save my mother?'
Because presumably he knows Bruce couldn't save his own mother (also Martha), so he knows that Bruce would respond to the chance to save Martha this time?
That's a very big' presumably'
We already know he's aware of Batman's real identity - he calls him by his real name - so it's not much of a stretch to assume he did major research on Bruce Wayne's entire history and background. There's a lot wrong with this movie - but this scene does make sense.
I never said it didn't make sense. It's just bloody stupid.
It is a major stretch because the film doesn't actually show that. Why are people so eager to defend plot holes with stuff that isn't actually in the film?

So you need to actually see Superman googling Bruce Wayne's background history, otherwise it's too implausible that it ever happened?!

Also the mother of both Batman and Superman have always been called Martha - that isn't the fault of this film, people should blame the original DC comics for that.
#40
bleachedsmiles
zoso1313
bleachedsmiles
ChrisIW
Bazallworks
ChrisIW
Bazallworks
ozzmosiz
I enjoyed it. also the 'Martha' scene made perfect sense to me.
Why does Superman say 'save Martha' instead of 'save my mother?'
Because presumably he knows Bruce couldn't save his own mother (also Martha), so he knows that Bruce would respond to the chance to save Martha this time?
That's a very big' presumably'
We already know he's aware of Batman's real identity - he calls him by his real name - so it's not much of a stretch to assume he did major research on Bruce Wayne's entire history and background. There's a lot wrong with this movie - but this scene does make sense.
apart from Batman's the greatest detective in the world and he doesn't already know this? And the only way he can snap out of his complete unreasonably explained rage is they share the same mother's name? talk about a cheap cop out. It sounds like something a child would write. And was acted as cringe worthy as it probably read on paper.
This year has been so bad for big budget super hero films. Thank God civil war got it right.
Civil War is so overrated. Too many characters, and it's just a CGI borefest. Never any sense of danger....the whole Marvel thing is becoming very tired and samey, thank god Dr Strange did something different with the franchise.
The extended cut of Superman V Batman plays with far more interesting concepts tied into the real world.
They were pitted against each other, bonds broken and egos exploited, and the main 'bad guy' used human manipulation rather than super human powers to do it. How was that samey?
Captain America films are going from strength to strength and dealing more into the political rather than the tired old superhero formula.
It made good use of its characters...none really felt wasted in the plot, unlike other marvel films.
I think it stands right up there as one of the best, alongside guardians of the galaxy, personally.
each to their own man, i literally was bored out of my head watching it - only positive was spiderman, looking forward to that

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