First Fan Reactions To ‘Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice’ Are Online

bvsEarlier tonight at the Radio City Music Hall in New York, DC and Warner Brothers premiered Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice in the US. Immediately following its showing, fans in the audience took to twitter to convey their thoughts and by the looks of it, nobody was disappointed. In what seemed like an eternity, the moment was finally here, and apparently the film lived up to the hype.

Prior to the showing, Heroic Hollywood’s very own Deputy Editor Nathaniel “Nate” Brail took to twitter and Instagram to give fans a look at the red carpet, the celebrities, and to unanimously make every one of us extremely jealous. He took to twitter immediately following the film to give his opinion of the film:

And apparently, he wasn’t the only one to think so:

While its definitely possible that the fans above were still giddy and excited from the obvious euphoric rush of seeing these two iconic characters on screen for the first time, the verdict at the moment seems to be unanimous, Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice is the movie we all hoped it would be, and despite any casting controversies, each of these actors and actresses nailed their parts.

Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice hits theaters this week on March 25, 2016.

 

Taylor Landine

Taylor Landine

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  • Mike Weaver

    So far, so good. Now to see what the critics have to say

    • Ronald Familia

      This will be one of those times where I’ll actively disregard any reviews until I lay eyes on the film myself. I’ve waited too long for this to come out for anyone or anything to color my opinion before I see the movie.

    • Whatsupdoc

      “Those who can, do.” “Those who can’t, critique.”

    • I don’t think it’s going to matter. Fans and word of mouth will carry this film. Look at Jurassic World, it had a collective 72% on Rotten Tomatoes and yet it broke records. People are smart enough to trust themselves and friends they know share a similar point of view, not some armchair critic who’s paid to bash movies.

  • Luisbats

    Wow, I’m so happy to hear and see these tweets, can’t wait to see this on Thursday and Saturday and the following week, I’m hoping this movie makes 2billions dollars or more, mcweeny, what do you have to say about that

    • Jake Bucsko

      Probably nothing, since he will never know who you are

    • You do realize he unreservedly loved Man of Steel and Snyder’s vision, right?

      All he did was report what some sources at WB were telling him. Unfortunately, either he left out the part, or they left out the part, that the reason WHY they were scared is because they wanted a 4-quadrant film, but because they’re stupid film execs who aren’t actually creative in any way shape or form, they didn’t know what to make of the awesome film Snyder made.

      They wanted Bud Light, because Bud Light sells a lot no matter how bad it is, kind of like the last Transformers film.

      Snyder instead delivered them the finest wine. Sometimes a fine wine makes over $1B, like with The Dark Knight. Sometimes, like with Man of Steel, it doesn’t.

      So they were worried. Because they’re idiotic and uncreative.

      It was Drew’s fault that he couldn’t see that, but it doesn’t make what he reported not true.

      And trust me when I say this… he more than anyone wants this film to be good.

      For crying out loud, read his Man of Steel review.

      http://www.hitfix.com/motion-c

      • BR

        Well-said. I think the hate directed at Drew McWeeny is very unfair (not so say that I condone directing hate at anyone over their opinion on a movie). Drew was an early defender of MOS, and I find it hard to believe that he would want BvS to fail.

        I do think, however, that these websites want to make controversial claims to generate clicks. While I think Drew is probably above that (for the most part), I can’t say the same for Jill P or Donna (apologies if I got their names wrong).

        • No, when it comes to trolling, it’s like Donna took a class from Armond White. While I don’t agree with the veracity of language people sometimes use to disagree with her, even when someone uses logic and fact to argue against her ridiculous points, she is more likely to delete that comment from her blog. That way she can point to the unhinged a-holes as her only disagreements.

          Like many online nowadays, she only protects the speech of those with whom she agrees and who agrees with her. She’s a pox.

      • Whatsupdoc

        The problem I had with it was that everyone with a website took the information as fact and ran with it. They were so flippant with the way they ran the story, that it just felt wrong to me.

      • Astoria Malfoy

        I think most of the hate came from people who thought his comments came at the wrong time. Everyone was very excited about the last trailer and then he ‘pooped’ on their party by making those comments.

  • Aisha Tyler confirms EVERYTHING IS AWESOME!!!

  • Marquis de Sade

    Oh my, this is rather dismaying. After all the smack I was talkin’, I may have to eat a platter of crow. Damn!

    • Eobard Thawne

      No worries about that. I think it’s fine for people to be cynical or cautious and then be proven wrong. Far better to have the dignity of doing that and being pleasantly surprised (only a fool would actually hope a movie is bad) than just going on hating unfairly.

    • LupeX

      U just gained my respect! I’ve seen u on other DC posts being very critical.
      For u to admit this shows you’re actually an intelligent rational thinking guy!
      Let’s all have fun. This is DCEUs time. CIVILWAR will come blow us away in 6wks
      WHAT A TIME TO BE ALIVE!!!

      • Space Voldemort

        Or he is just trying to save face and now wants to be part of the cool group. No offense, but I have been coming here for quite a while and he has been a very vocal and extremely negative voice when I comes to DC related topics.

        • Marquis de Sade

          Oh don’t get it twisted, Space Vordey, I’ve always been a part of the “COOL” group. It’s a selective cabal named MAKE MINE MARVEL!
          I just merely acknowledge that dc may have finally stepped up to the curve by puttin’ on their GROWN MAN PANTS for change, instead of hidin’ behind the past laurels of the Nolan’s TDK trilogy.

      • Marquis de Sade

        Yes, we are livin’ in BLESSED TIMES!

      • Dark Cider the Talkback

        This, CA: CW and Suicide Squad (which I really think is going to to a total blast): one of the best years for comic book fans ever.

    • SAMURAI36

      Yep, you will. And I’ll be right there to serve it to you.

  • Public Mistake

    so Studio Plant’s first tweet is this one… and the last one mainly tweets pictures. This tweet is her first “opinion tweet”

    Some of those twitter accounts seems to me slightly suspicious… I’ll keep my hype at bay, before reading actual reviews.

    • Eobard Thawne

      Studio Plant’s been around for a while, that’s just how they function. Keep it at bay but several people, ala Grace, are actual critics.

      https://twitter.com/GraceRandolph/status/711719847298768898

      • Eobard Thawne
        • Public Mistake

          Kay. I’ll just rather be cautious than jump on a Hype train led by understandingly impressed and emotional fans. The fact that some of them are tweeting for almost the first time still is not the best cue. Some of those accounts, I trust better, like Ben Khan. Who still is, at the core, a superhero fan who, by his own tweet, admits he’s hyperhyped for superhero movies.

          • Whatsupdoc

            Look at all of the other tweets, go ahead I’ll wait… Now what’s your excuse for their opinions.

            By the way, thousands in attendance in Mexico City last night at the world premiere, gave the movie a rousing applause and a standing ovation. Are they all just “emotional fans” as well?

          • Public Mistake

            No, that’s true, an enthusiastic crowd can never ever be wrong. History would have taught us that if it was the case.

            I don’t even know what you’re trying to do with your attitude.

            I’m not against the movie or anything. I try to manage my own expectations and to make sure those opinions are, first, genuine, secondly completely trustworthy.

          • Whatsupdoc

            My “attitude,” seriously. Not everyone there loved the movie, but the response was overwhelmingly positive. And I am talking about the opinion of over a thousand people that saw this is Mexico City.

            Art is subjective I get it, but even Grace Randolph is gaga over it.

          • Chris W

            What does her opinion matter? She thinks Ghostbusters looks good. If anything, her endorsement of BvS should be worrisome.

          • Whatsupdoc

            Her opinion matters just as much as yours does.

          • Chris W

            No. It’s really doesn’t.

          • You were winning the argument until you got to that thought.

          • Whatsupdoc

            Actually I think I would be more worried if you like it.

          • Chris W

            ok

          • Tiago

            She has a feminist bias. That’s why she thinks Ghostbusters trailler looks good. But she had some very critical positions on the BvS traillers, but now she says it is really good.

          • Tiago

            I don’t get. So, you think a guy that is hyped for superhero movies it no one to trust? Dude… what kind of people do you think should like BvS since it is really superhero movie? Are you looking for a review from some one who actually don’t like supehero movies?

          • Public Mistake

            The crowd that has been to the premiere is biased. That’s a fact, we’re all biased. They are on the positive side of that bias. And yes, if a good critic, who’s not fond of Super hero movies or even simply the DCEU enjoys that one, that would be a good sign. We don’t want it to be a fanboy fest, while being a bad movie. Best case scenario, it’s a good movie even non-fans can enjoy. That’s the better test. I’m glad if fans of the DCEU can appreciate. But I’d like it to be good for everyone.

    • Whatsupdoc

      I don’t even have a twitter account, is my opinion still valid?

      • Public Mistake

        Not at all. You should not even be allowed to comment here.

        Come on, let’s stay cautious here. We know sometimes studios hype their movies with accounts comments. And a new account, or barely used one can be suspicious. Now Eboard tells me he knows them. Okay. Still, I remain cautious because of the nature of a tweet at a premiere of a probable fan in front of famous starts and in a crowd packed with super hero enthousiast. I’m being reasonably cautious here, I’m not trying to be a downer for the sake of being a downer.

        • foxyloxy

          No. You’re absolutely correct. They’ve been complaining about the waning interest in this film (which is 90% their own fault for releasing 20 mins of footage in the form of “teaser trailers”). Piecing together false Twitter reaction to push ticket sales (which have been pretty lousy for a film of this magnitude) days before opening night is totally something the PR machine at WB would do. I want this to be good…. I REALLY want it to be good. I’m a DC guy. I can’t shake this crazy feeling that it’s going to suck. I can’t find any reputable tweets to help me alleviate that.

          • xxjinzaxx

            20 minutes??!! Reach for reality, buddy. Be strong. You can do it. A few more days!

          • foxyloxy

            I don’t understand what this means. If you haven’t seen the supercut of all the trailers (which adds up to 20 mins of footage released) it’s on Youtube. And trust me when I say, I’m not going to see this in the theater. If it’s going to be a let down, then I want it to be a let down at home. I’ll wait for the Blu-ray. Which sucks….

          • SAMURAI36

            Link please, or you’re just a liar.

          • Whatsupdoc

            The trailers are actually really deceiving. But thanks for staying home, it makes the wait in line shorter. :)

          • foxyloxy

            Reviews are out (including the one from your “confirmed source” at Variety) they are all awful. The Telegraph screams “Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice is the most incoherent blockbuster in years – review”. Sucks to be a liar.

          • All of this is a lie.

            Ticket sales have been pretty lousy?

            It’s outsold The Avengers and Jurassic World.

            It’s First Choice overall 31%.

            Piecing together fake twitter accounts to provide good feedback?

            AISHA TYLER is verified.

            The NYC Bureau Chief of Variety is verified.

            All of the reaction to the film from last night’s screening has been positive.

            The “all-in-one” trailer on Youtube is only 11 minutes, not 20. And did you know, as far as unique video that’s been released, those 11 minutes are still behind the amount of video released for Age of Ultron?

            One has to wonder why you’re putting in so much effort and so many lies to troll this film.

            I don’t care who or what you are, all I know is you’re a liar.

        • SAMURAI36

          Wow, WTF are you even talking about? I hope you were this active in trying to steal a film’s thunder, with TFA and some of these boring Marvel films.

          Not that it matters, though. I am hyped in spit of what your are trying to do here.

          • Public Mistake

            Yes, because, I, a solitary film geek is going to steal the thunder of that big of a Blockbuster, or change your already made up mind?

            Be hyped, that’s perfectly fine. But you see how you’re articulating your hype by taking it against someone who wants to remain cautious? You don’t allow me to have an opinion while attacking me for having one.

            I’m not trying to do anything here. You don’t even know how I feel about the MCU or The Force Awakens. You assume that I’m against the DCEU, and that I’m having a blast trying to ruin everyone’s pleasure or hype. You’re behaving like an insecure fanboy.

          • SAMURAI36

            Be hyped, that’s perfectly fine. But you see how you’re articulating your hype by taking it against someone who wants to remain cautious? You think I try to undermine your opinion. That’s false, though you’re saying that while attacking me for having one.

            So you’re the victim here, is that it? You came here in what you KNEW was gonna be a hype train thread. You don’t stick your hand in a hornet’s nest, and then get mad because your hand got stung.

            And if your intent is not to undermine anyone’s hype, then what exactly IS your intent here?

            I’m not trying to do anything here.

            LMAO.

            You don’t even know how I feel about the MCU or The Force Awakens.

            Good thing I never said I did. So among your plethora of issues, we can add lack of reading comprehension to the list?

            You assume that I’m against the DCEU, and that I’m having a blast trying to ruin everyone’s pleasure or hype. You’re behaving like an insecure fanboy.

            Ah yes, good thing I mentioned the DCEU, huh?

            Your slip is showing here, my friend. You’ve been exposed.

    • Tiago

      I understand your point. But take a look at Grace Radolph’s tweet:

      https://twitter.com/GraceRandolph

      She is legit. She has a youttube channel and you can watch some of her trailer reviews. I believe her.

      • Skepticboy

        Grace Randolph is about as legit as a three dollar bill. C’mon she gave Fantastic Four a higher rating than TFA or Deadpool, which she started a petition for a PG-13 cut

        • Whatsupdoc

          She is a comic book writer, a movie critic, and has roughly 500,000 subscribers on You tube. She also loved DOFP, Avengers, and various other great films. I don’t always agree with critics and I almost never base opinion on theirs. But there is no denying that she is most certainly “legit”.

          • Skepticboy

            lmao She is as legit as a three dollar bill.

    • World’s Finest Comments

      Carl Cunningham and Ryan Unicomb (The guy who is working on the JL Mortal documentary) both saw it last night and had nothing but praises for it.

    • richoracle

      I agree, the only reliable review is a Negative Review.

  • Eobard Thawne

    You left off Grace Randolph, both critic and fan, and one who didn’t like Man of Steel, either! https://twitter.com/GraceRandolph/status/711719847298768898

    • Tiago

      But she liked Man of Steel. You can read someone talking about it in the comments and her asnwer to that. I just don’t know how much she liked it.

      • World’s Finest Comments

        She gave MoS a 6 out of 10. She also alluded that BvS is significantly better in her Twitter.

        • Tiago

          “@samueldcarrico I actually liked a lot of man of steel, but nice try! ?”

    • World’s Finest Comments

      This gave me a lot of hope when I saw it. She has a pretty cynical opinion in the film criticism/ journalism world so seeing her tweet 10 emojis about this blew me away.

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    • Skepticboy

      I wouldn’t trust her as far as I could throw her. She thought Fantastic Four was better than The Force Awakens

  • Astoria Malfoy

    Can it be Wednesday yet?

  • Carl

    Let’s not forget that people said great things coming out of the premiere of The Phantom Menace…

    • Eobard Thawne

      True, although critically it was lambasted almost instantly. Several tweeters about this are indeed critics, and there was also plenty of negative mixed in with the endorsements. Always good to wait and see but this is a strong indicator.

      • Carl

        I wonder why the negative wasn’t shown here… lol

        • LupeX

          Because there’s none!!! Crawl back under your bridge troll.
          I’ve seen u trolling DC articles b4
          You look pathetic even more pathetic with every passing day!!!
          Snyder has made another incredible film.

          • Space Voldemort

            Yes, Carl is a known troll of DC related stories and probably many more. I called him out for it recently and then he cried and ran away. His list of comments is long and very negative. He’s a sad, sad little man.

          • Carl

            Sorry I don’t blindly believe in a sequel to a very mixed movie that I didn’t like.

          • SAMURAI36

            Exactly. How do the young whipper-snappers say it? “Obvious troll is obvious”.

        • Eobard Thawne

          Be as cynical as you like, the fact of the matter is the most negative review to come out today was a 7/10 that said it was ‘okay.’ Why are people so desperate to see negativity? Just enjoy a good movie for god’s sake.

          • Tiago

            Some brazilian guy gave it 3 out of 5. But he also gave it 3 out of 5 for Force Awaken. So I dont think it’s bad at all. he said it’s better than the last Nolan’s movie of batman trilogy.

          • Carl

            There are no reviews that I can find…

          • SAMURAI36

            There are plenty of reviews for BVS, if you know where to look. Stop being lazy, & use the internet for what it’s meant to be used for.

          • Carl

            There are zero critic reviews out because the embargo has not been lifted.

    • SonOfKrpton

      People also said great things about some great movies. What’s your point?

      • Carl

        My point was simple, take this news with a grain of salt.

        • SonOfKrpton

          Then say it as it is. Say that it can be good OR bad. Stop comparing it to a bad movie. The example you gave, reflected that you want this movie to fail. Which is sad.

          • Carl

            You’re just making a poor assumption. It can be good or bad, all I’m saying is to not believe a few twitter comments from fans at a premiere. I only want the movie to fail if it is indeed a bad movie. I’d rather it be great so I can enjoy it.

          • SonOfKrpton

            I wonder why nobody questioned the early reactions of Deadpool and Star Wars : TFA.

          • Carl

            I’m sure people did. Although the Deadpool reviews came pretty early and Star Wars had already burned people in the past. Either way premier reactions on blockbusters like these are always skewed.

          • SAMURAI36

            OMG, precisely this. The bias is strong with this one.

          • Carl

            Do those early reactions matter now that the critic reviews are out?

          • SonOfKrpton

            Yes. And I’ll tell you why.

            Critics won’t pay to see this movie. Fans will.

            I did tonight. I had my doubts with it too, ever since the reviews came out.

            I thoroughly enjoyed it. I think if you watch it, you might too.

          • Carl

            If think when I see it won’t like it but you never know. I didn’t like Man of Steel and this sounds worse.

            The poor critical reaction is spreading all over news feeds today. How can they have accounted for their affect yet?

          • SAMURAI36

            The problem is, it’s not just a “few” twitter comments. There are literally 100’s of different comments, from various CBM sites. Are all those wrong too?

          • Carl

            I looked, there aren’t hundreds. I’m waiting for critics. I want to know if it is a good movie to most and not just to comic book fans.

          • SAMURAI36

            Except not all the people who are talking about it are comic book fans. It’s unfair to box them all in that category, when you don’t know what most of these people even are.

        • SAMURAI36

          In other words, you have no point, then? Gotcha.

          • Carl

            I didn’t realize it was that complex a point that I made. You can look up the phrase I used on google. 😉

          • SAMURAI36

            Perhaps you should look on Google, and see that a couple of reviewers have in fact been “critics”. But hey, don’t let that stop you from looking for any reason to hate this movie.

          • Carl

            There are no reviews yet only twitter comments. It’s funny that you think I hate BvS, I haven’t seen it yet so I’m just skeptical. You seem to love it already though.

          • Carl

            Now that the real critic reviews are out, have you looked at them?

          • SAMURAI36

            Sure. So? Your point?

          • Carl

            All the fanboy ranting and raving didn’t mean anything.

            I’m sure you will still like the movie and that is fine. I liked Gods of Egypt, Terminator Genysis and Chappie despite their bad reviews. I’ll still see BvS as well but I don’t think I’ll like it based on what I’ve read about it.

            Either way, I’d like to call a truce between us. We just have a difference of opinion. I hope Suicide Squad is great and I’m looking forward to it.

          • SAMURAI36

            So wait, instead of taking your own advice when you originally said:

            My point was simple, take this news with a grain of salt.

            ….. You’d rather listen to a few dozen people, many of which are paid (off, most likely) to find overly verbose, pedantic, & snobbish ways to write “it’s needs to be funny like a Marvel movie”, over the already THOUSANDS of people who are far more likely to share your frame of mind, as someone who might (or might not) be invested in these characters, beyond the level of monetary benefit…. That sound about right?

            You must not live in America, or any other free country. No person in the free world takes the words/opinions of the elite few (literally 3 dozen) “experts” over the masses of thousands. It’s called democracy for a reason.

            I get having an independent, unpopular opinion. However, you contradict yourself once again, when you say:

            I liked Gods of Egypt, Terminator Genysis and Chappie despite their bad reviews. I’ll still see BvS as well but I don’t think I’ll like it based on what I’ve read about it.

            So, it was fine to ignore the bad reviews of those films, but not BVS (a film, bear in mind, THAT’S NOT EVEN OUT YET)… Why, exactly?

            You talk about “fan boy ranting & raving”, but you’re doing precisely the same thing, just in reverse. You, like many other Marvel cult-worshipping Zombies, WANT BvS to fail, just because it’s DC. The same way, I’d imagine, that people wanted Obama to fail, for no other reason than because he’s Black.

            Besides, if YOU actually read some of these reviews you are relying on, you’d know how contradictory, & hypocritical many of them are. But, based on your own statements here, it’s obvious you don’t seem to mind that.

            P.S. You can keep your “truce”. You’re trying to make it seem like you’re some unbiased, pragmatic thinker, & you’re not. You’re just one more of the many Marvel Zombies that comes on here.

            See ya on the battlefield.

          • Carl

            I tried to be nice to you. Goodbye.

    • Fro

      and the latest fantastic 4. Dont believe me, google it, will be first few stories.

      • Carl

        Yeah, I know and that movie was awful.

  • Incredible !!! I´m so hyped ! 😀

    24th, COME TO ME !!!

    Greetings.

  • richoracle

    “The only Review i trust is a Negative Review” ….. Typical haters

  • stlang

    I read a reddit post about this guy that saw the movie. (With proof and everything.) it sounds a little stupid on paper, but i’m sure it’s awesome when you actually see it, there is one thing i really don’t understand why they did that, and i wish i could talk about it, but i know a lot of people on this website are really exited for this movie.

    • sintheticreality2

      “but i’m still on the MCEU bandwagon.” Why not just enjoy movies instead of riding on bandwagons? That’s dumb.

      • stlang

        I do, i just like what marvel is doing with their movies, and not so much with DC, yet i’ll still enjoy their movies.

      • SAMURAI36

        And here comes the obligatory “we should like both camps, just because” brigade. I wish people would let people like whatever they wanna like.

        I love DC and hate Marvel. There are folks that are the exact opposite. But guess what? What they eat don’t make me p00p, and vice versa.

        • sintheticreality2

          Admittedly, I like the DC characters more BUT I’ve seen most of the Marvel movies and like them to varying degrees. I’d never fanboy out and root for a Marvel movie to fail, though. That’s silly.

          I’m not saying “like both camps”, but deciding that you’re only going to like one, regardless of what the other does, I don’t see the point in that. You could miss an awesome movie purely out of devotion to a company that doesn’t care about you one way or the other.

          • SAMURAI36

            You seem to be pretty assumptive about my motivations. Allow me to enlighten you.
            I’ve seen every one of the Disney Marvel movies to date, & aside from IH & IM2, I haven’t liked a single one of them. I stopped paying for them after those 2 films, & now watch them by whatever means suits me, just to remain abreast of what’s going on in the comics world. The X-Men stuff is more/less tolerable, but I still pick & choose winch ones of those that I’ll pay for. Ironically enough, The Spidey films are the only ones I’ve thoroughly enjoyed (with the exception of 3). And yes, that even includes both ASM’s .
            Aside from a precious few Marvel characters (that I can literally count on one hand), I’m not a fan of 99% of Marvel’s characters, what they stand for, the stories they appear in, how their universe is set up, etc. And that goes for the movies, as well as the comics.
            I’m also not a fan of Marvel as a company. I find the way they do business on all levels to be very unappealing, to the point of being unethical. From their execs, to the rank & file, as well as many of the actors. The things that they say, the causes they support, the attitudes they have about a variety of things, etc, is a complete put-off for me.
            As a comic book fan for over 30 years, I’m quite knowledgeable about Marvel, almost as much as I am about DC. I can list countless examples of what I’m talking about, if you like. I’ve done it more than once on here before.
            I know you think you’re being open minded, & that your horizons are all broadened & whatnot by liking both, but trust me, you’re barking up the wrong tree with that.
            The moral of the story, boys & girls, is: you’re absolutely free to like whatever it is that you like. No one will stop you (at least, no one should). But when you start telling people what they should like, there’s a word for that. It’s starts with an “F”.

          • sintheticreality2

            That’s fair enough. Art is subjective.

            I just wouldn’t say “Marvel sucks!” even though I personally prefer the DC characters. I just want to see cool movies.

    • SAMURAI36

      And oh yes, a major villain has been confirmed for Justice League…

      Links?

      • stlang

        to the whole thing? it’ll spoil the movie for you.

        • SAMURAI36

          Oh wait, now I know what you’re talking about. NM. ?

          • stlang

            The Lex Luther thing?

          • SAMURAI36

            No, something else.

  • Alboone

    Damn this hype is killing me! WTF!!! Thursday 6pm cannot come soon enough!!

  • Marvel fans and DC haters when they finally see Batman v Superman and realize just how good it really is.

    • henryducard

      Saw it yesterday the marvel fans are going to crap themselves its amazing.

  • Skepticboy

    Yay so a group of fanbois wet their pants…I’ll wait for real reviewers

    • You do realize that the people invited are not all “fanbois,” some are critics that are being held to NDAs until tonight at 6pm??? That being said, Grace Randolph a “HARSH” critic of Man of Steel has told people to go see this movie followed by tons of love emojis, which is about as close as you can get to a glowing review, before an official review is allowed.

      Sounds like you’re upset that after all the attempted hate on this film, you and the Marvel “fanbois” have failed to bring it down.

      Want a lollipop while you cry in the corner?

  • henryducard

    I just saw this film at the IMAX fan screening and let me tell you, I’ve been a comic fan fir over 20 years eve read more comics than I can count. I was disappointed by man of steel and I hated the last Batman film but this movie is the greatest superhero film ever made hands down. Nothing has been done like this before and done this successfully. For all the people that think the trailers gave away the plot you have no idea what the plot actually is its very decieving and extremely clever. Long story short dc has the world in their hands right now and the possibilities are endless.The future is bright for the dceu.

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