Stop fighting and go save the world


One of the most anticipated films of the year, Batman vs. Superman – The Drawn of Justice, directed by Zack Snyder (300), should be enough to please fans of these superheroes. The difference on this film – which has many references to Frank Miller – is that it is amazing contemporary. In which movie did you see scenes of epic battles between heroes, where they worry about killing civilians? And how many times have you seen stuffed clashes with crossfit movements? In addition to the traditional philosophical questions of the characters, this time there are even questions concerning the environment. So happening, don’t you think?

During the battle of the protagonists, Lex Luthor (always him) creates a new pupil (Doomsay), and prepares to (again) destroy Metropolis. Then, with the help of Wonder Woman, the iconic duo decides to suspend their differences to help avoid a catastrophe. Full of long shots of slow motion and a vibrant trail of Hans Zimmer, Batman vs. Superman arrives for certainly deliver what promises, in 153 minutes very well edited. Buy enough popcorn so you don’t have to get up during the movie.

Batman vs. Superman – Dawn of Justice
Director: Zack Snyder
Cast: Ben Affleck, Henry Cavill, Amy Adams, Jason Momoa, Gal Gadot, Diane Lane Jesse Eisenberg


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