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This review contains spoilers. If you just want my spoiler-free thoughts, please see the previous journal entry.

So, let's start with the good.

Superman: As someone who hated Man of Steel with a passion, I am just as surprised as you to be listing Henry Caville's Supes as one of the things I liked about this movie, but he actually did a damn good job. It seems like Snyder and Goyer took the criticism of Man of Steel and actually applied it because this time Superman actually acts like... Superman! What a concept!

He actually saves people and more importantly he actually thinks about his actions before starting a fight and intentionally leads the danger AWAY from the city! The single biggest complaint I had about Man of Steel was how Superman doesn't seem the least bit bothered by the collateral damage around him - this time, he actually does. He's not perfect and there's still some stuff that bugged me - like a return of that idiotic "S stands for Hope!" - but overall, Superman felt like Superman.

Wonder Woman: Gal Gadot's Wonder Woman was a big question mark for me mainly because I had never seen any of the Fast and Furious movies she's done before, and I knew absolutely nothing about the actress. That coupled with some comments from writer David S. Goyer that made me question his ability to write a female superhero well and I was pretty worried. 

She was good though, for what she was. And what she was, was a very small role. She only shows up in a couple of scenes as Diana Prince (and we never even get her first name) and then at the end as Wonder Woman. The accent she used was a little weird, and I don't know if that is just Gal Gadot's normal speaking voice or if it was a choice she made for the character, but aside from that she was pretty good. When it came to the action she was a complete badass and I really enjoyed seeing her sword, shield, braclets and yes, even the lasso all make appearances. I wish we'd gotten a lot more of her so I could better judge the actress and the character, but for the few scenes she was in, I rather liked her.

Batman (The Good Parts): Ben Affleck is a good Batman. He's certainly no Kevin Conroy, but he did at least some justice to my all time favorite superhero. The motivations they set up for why he's so obsessed with stopping Superman make perfect sense in this version of the DC Universe and do fit the obsessive nature of the character, and his general inability to trust anyone. I can even accept some of his more extreme ideas because this is a Batman who has been fighting crime for over 20 years and has clearly been through hell. However... just as I had serious problems with Superman in Man of Steel, I have some serious problems with Batman here and I will elaborate on them later.

The reason he is after Superman is twofold. One, he alludes to the fact that he has seen many heroes becomes villains. It felt like a callback to the "You either die a hero or live long enough to see yourself become a villain", and although they don't namedrop Harvey Dent, it really feels like this is a Batman who has seen good men go bad. The other reason is that we see the Superman v Zod battle from Bruce Wayne's perspective - and we see how horrified he is at the destruction and the death. One chilling bit is when he saves a little girl from the debris of the Wayne Financial building only to discover her mother was killed in the collapse. We immediately understand WHY Bruce views Clark as a threat, and it does what Man of Steel refused to do and acknowledges that Superman totally screwed up in that Zod fight.

Lex Luthor's Motivations: The reason Lex wants to destroy Superman is because "One who is all powerful cannot be all good, and one who is all good cannot be all powerful". Essentially, he is an extremely corrupt and powerful man who abuses his power - and he cannot fathom the idea that Superman could have the morals to not abuse his power. He essentially sees Superman as a ticking time bomb - very similar to how Batman sees things. It's a motive Lex has had in the comics before, and it's the one I always liked the most. It's the same motive I would give Lex if I was writing him. And I have to say, I love his evil plan and how he so expertly manipulates both Batman and Superman into having their fight. Yep. He's the reason they fight and it works. What doesn't work is... literally everything else about the character, but I'll get to that.

Why They Fight: I am no fan of superhero versus superhero stories. That's WHY we have supervillains. I don't want to see Batman and Superman fight. So this is one thing I was always going to be super critical on.

... and yet, it worked. I already explained why Batman was trying to go after Superman - namely what happened to Metropolis and the hints of what he has been through in the past. And with someone as paranoid and anti-social as Batman, a character who canonically keeps a list of how to defeat every other superhero just in case - it makes sense that he would be willing to fight.

Superman, though, needed a very good reason to fight Batman... and this movie gave him one. Namely, Lex kidnapped Martha Kent. He made it clear that he had no idea where his men were keeping her and Superman only had one hour to kill Batman and bring his head back to Lexcorp or Martha would die. 

Superman... did not go to kill Batman. He actually tells Lois he needs to go and get Batman's help. Batman, though, wants to fight. So yeah... their fight actually worked.

Now... let's talk about what didn't work.

Lex Luthor's performance: I have a theory about this one. The internet wanted Bryan Cranston of Breaking Bad fame to play Lex Luthor, and I think Jesse Eisenberg must have thought that if he smoked meth before every scene he would make the internet happy. At least I HOPE that's what happened, because if that was him actually trying to play a decent Lex Luthor then he screwed up worse than a Joel Schumacher Batman film.

His performance is terrible. Had he been playing The Master from Doctor Who, I might have been okay with it. But as Lex Luthor? Heeeeeeeeeeeeck no. That was bad. Painfully bad. He wasn't quite as bad as the trailers made me believe, but if he wasn't on drugs then... no, no, he HAD to be on drugs. It's literally the only explanation.

Batman (The Bad): Going into the movie I had heard online that Batman kills people with a machine gun in this movie. Well... he... sorta did. It was a poorly explained dream sequence. So I won't hold that against him... however, he DOES kill people. Very clearly. At one point he uses the Batwing to blow up a bunch of cars that have people in them. At another point he might have stabbed a guy. I mean, he definitely stabbed a guy, but from the way its shot it was hard to tell if it was a stab to the hand or chest. Either way, being as generous as I can... Batman kills at least as many people here as he did in the Michael Keaton movies. That is not okay. I do not approve of Batman killing - ESPECIALLY WITH GUNS. Batman's two rules are no guns and no killing; and he breaks them both! Gaaaaaaaaaaaaah.

Also he has this weird habit of "branding" criminals with a bat-shaped hot iron that is really stupid. Especially since the news reports that it's basically a "death sentence" in prison and criminals branded by "The Bat" end up dead. You might argue Batman didn't kill them himself, but BATMAN wouldn't torture someone in that way if he knew it was guaranteed to get them killed later. It's painfully out of character.

The two cardinal sins of Batman are committed in this movie. It's not good. No matter how good Batfleck was in other areas - and he was - this really, really bothers me and really, really hurts the movie in my eyes.

Contradicting Story Points: Finally we get to the story itself. It... doesn't make a whole lot of sense at times.

The main crux of the film hinges on the idea that the world is distrustful of Superman. Some people love him, others hate him. So if the world is so torn on Superman... why is there a giant Superman statue and a "Heroes Memorial Park"? How can he both be so controversial and still Metropolis spends millions building a massive statue to him? That makes no sense. When the plot of your movie is literally dependent on people being afraid of Superman, it's a little weird to see how much people apparently love him.

Also... the cops shoot at Batman and everyone calls him "The Bat of Gotham" and they act like nobody knows much about him or what he does and he's all mysterious... but Alfred bluntly and clearly states that Bruce has been fighting crime for TWENTY YEARS. How is Batman so mysterious nobody even calls him "Batman" AFTER TWENTY YEARS!? Or is Batman only mysterious outside of Gotham? Maybe I'd buy that more if they didn't establish that Gotham and Metropolis are basically New Jersey and New York and only separated by a small patch of water.

They also never explain how Superman learns that Batman is Bruce Wayne. Or how Lex learns that Superman is Clark Kent. That stuff just... happens. I suppose you could say Lex is the only person who can recognize someone without glasses, and that this Batman - who has spent 18 months preparing and planning to fight Superman - didn't take any precaution to stop Superman's X-Ray vision. Those are bad explanations, but its more than the movie actually provides.

Overall... it was a lot better than I expected. The Doomsday fight was awesome, Wonder Woman is a badass and I loved that they got the guy who invented Skynet in Terminator 2 to play Silas Stone. (Cyborg's dad). 

Alfred and Lois were both good too.

Ultimately, if I had to give this movie a rating... I'd say three out of five. It has a lot of problems, but it was a drastic improvement over what came before it. 

I have not been excited for Batman V Superman.

It is no secret that I dislike Man of Steel. It is also no secret that when they announced this movie by reading quotes from a Frank Miller comic, I wanted to bash my brains into the table. I have never been less enthusiastic about a Batman movie than this one. I came super close to changing my mind about this movie today and just staying home and writing. I had no hope.

… Sometimes, I really like being wrong.

I liked it. I didn't love it.

Batman V Superman has a lot of problems. Some are small and I can overlook them. A couple are enormous and made me want to shout at the screen. Yet despite even those very big flaws, this movie ultimately did more good than bad.

As someone who went into this movie with expectations so low that I thought I'd spend the next few months lambasting DC for yet another terrible decision, I can honestly say... I was wrong.

Kinda. This movie made some very huge mistakes that almost ruined it. It is by no means a flawless victory, and there are so many ways it could have been better... but it actually worked for what it was.

Now to truly discuss this movie I have to talk about everything. What worked, what sucked, and what I have very mixed feelings on. That means talking spoilers. I will do that in a separate journal entry. In this one I'll conclude by giving you a basic, vague breakdown of what I liked and what I loathed.


[The Good]

Superman
Wonder Woman
Batman – for the most part
Lex Luthor's motives
Why they fight

[The Bad]

Lex Luthor's performance
Batman – in a couple areas
Really contradicting story points

As you can see... the good outweighs the bad. I'll explain each of these in detail in the next journal entry – but beware, Spoilers be there.


“I'm just saying think about it!”

A jet black Lamborghini egoista made a sharp turn around the corner of a busy city street as it narrowly avoided a group of screaming people as they fled for their lives. The sky above the city was pitch dark, and swirling purple clouds were sparking with red lightning across the skyline. Thousands of bats flew through the air, and the screams of terrified residences echoed from every corner over the roar of the engine.

“Not now.”

“If not now, then when?”

“When we're not trying to kill a demon. Now pull over.”

The car finally sped to a stop on a sidewalk in the middle of the business district. Roughly twenty feet in front of them, a flying humanoid shape was rampaging through the city, blasting burning red energy into the nearby skyscrapers and watched with demented glee as they exploded in a burst of flames.

The terrible creature only vaguely looked human. It was nearby seven feet tall with skin as black as coal, and covered in piercing scarlet tattoos. Its head had four horns and long, pointed ears that stretched out to the side and had many piercings in each one. Its eyes burned like embers and spikes protruded from its shoulders – while a strange pit was burrowed in its chest.

“Run, pathetic humans! Run and burn before the Great Demon, Zurg!”

Zurg laughed as he flew through the skies, throwing spiraling balls of ethereal flames at the city around him.

The Lamborghini's doors opened and from behind the driver's seat a young man with white hair and green eyes stepped out. He wore a suit, tie and top hat and quickly reached back into the car to retrieve a large metal briefcase. His eyes flashed up at the burning demonic creature in the skies, and he let out a sigh.

“I'm just saying...”

“Marco! Enough! Focus on what we're doing.” The figure from the passenger seat was a tall Asian woman in a yellow sleeveless shirt and black shorts. She wore heavy black bracelets and finger-less gloves, and her hair was tied back in a ponytail.

Marco sighed, running his free hand over the back of his neck. “I know, I know, but you'll use this demon thing to dodge the issue-”

A burning purple fireball streaked by and slammed into a utility pole down the street from them. With a thunderous snap the pole broke at its base as ethereal flames shot up the length of the treated wood and it plummeted down, heading straight for Marco – who quickly dodged out of the way.

“Later!” Nanami snapped, her voice slightly more vicious than usual as blobs of water appeared spontaneously around her hands. The one on the left hand flattened out into a circle and solidified into a round shield of ice which she brought up in front of her just as another ball of demonic flame slammed into it. There was a vicious hiss as steam billowed from the shield and the purple flames disintegrated into the air.

The water blob on her right hand shot out and hardened into the shape of a blade, which she tossed like a spear towards the flying Zurg. The frozen projectile streaked through the air and then slammed into the demon's leg, ripping into his inky flesh. A shrill scream, the sound of nightmares, echoed from Zurg as he turned his full attention on the two.

“Damnable mortals! Burn!” Zurg shouted as his hands exploded with flames, he molded them into a massive ball between his palms and then tossed it straight towards them. As it sailed at them, Marco dove to the right and grabbed Nanami, pulling her out of the blast radius and into a nearby alley.

The fireball slammed into the car behind them and an enormous explosion erupted. Marco groaned in annoyance, knowing that once again his car had not survived the battle. He paused, and then realized he was lying atop Nanami in the alley and his face immediately turned three different kinds of red.

“This is even less of an appropriate time for that!” Nanami growled as she pushed Marco away from her.

A moment later and Zurg was standing at the entrance of the alley, his eyes glowing with the demonic energy as it gathered around him and sparked like flames. His mouth fell open and he began to chant in an ancient and terrifying language that inspired fear just from the sound of it.

A thick shadow covered every inch of the alleyway in inky darkness, and a moment later and hands began to emerge from the blackness, each bony and purple with ruby red flesh dangling from the skeletal remains. They reached out for the two.

Marco popped the buttons on his briefcase and quickly darted his hand inside to retrieve what resembled a small, metal flashlight. He shone the beam on the nearest hand and suddenly it started to spasm for a moment before exploding into particles of dust.

"I don't know why you make this so complicated! It's a simple request - just come over for Christmas dinner!" Marco groaned as he shone the beam on two more hands, watching as they exploded into dust.

"I have other things on my mind right now!" Nanami snarled as she raised her hand and a torrential blast of water exploded out from her palm - it formed into the shape of a foaming fist and just before reaching Zurg it solidified into ice as it rammed into his lower jaw, forcing the demon to stumble backwards.

Marco let out a small sigh as he burned away three more hands - and then his eyebrow rose and he aimed the flashlight at Zurg, who was now getting back on his feet. A guttural sound echoed from Zurg as he raised his arms to shield himself from the light, hacking all the while.

"Huh. Didn't actually expect that to work." Marco blinked, but he kept the flashlight aimed.

Nanami waved her hands and water formed into the shape of a bow, she quickly pulled back the liquid string and let loose with a large sliver of razor sharp ice that vaguely resembled an arrow as it flew into Zurg's knee. The demon bellowed loudly as his arms instinctively moved away from his head, allowing the light from Marco's flashlight to consume his face.

"DAMN MORTALS! YOU CANNOT DO THIS TO ME!" Zurg bellowed as he collapsed onto the ground, purple smoke pouring from his body as suddenly he exploded into a shower of thousands of sparks that ricocheted around the alleyway. The hands burned away and the shadows disappeared, and after several seconds the only sound that remained was heavy breathing and the echoes of sirens in the distance.

The tension in the air was only finally broken when Marco spoke quietly.

"Soooo about Christmas dinner..."

Nanami's initial response was in Japanese and although Marco did not understand it, he noticed the same irritable tone in her voice as before - never a good sign with her. Nanami shook her head, trying to get the demonic dust from her hair before she finally turned towards him.

"You are absolutely insufferable sometimes. If it wasn't for that sword-obsessed idiot, I'd say you were the most annoying person I know." Nanami's glare was held only for a moment before it softened and she let out a small sigh. "... But just this once, fine, I'll go along with it."

Marco blinked in surprise - and then he grinned wide and moved forward, throwing his arm around her shoulder (which instantly reignited the glare). "I knew even you couldn't be too grumpy around the holidays! You won't regret it!"

"I already do." Nanami snapped, but Marco paid her no mind. He knew as sour as she could appear at time, somewhere deep - deep down inside, Nanami was actually glad for the company.

Secret Santa 2015
Blaaaaaaaaaaaaaaugh. I re-wrote this like five times. Other versions included Avril, an invasion of Prinnies, and Prinny-Sashi; all of which were things I wanted to include here, but my writing was absolute crap. XDX

I hope this isn't too disappointing as a gfit, DP, and I"ll come up with something else that's better at some point in the future!zzzzz

Essentially the sequel to: goldensama.deviantart.com/art/…
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This review contains spoilers. If you just want my spoiler-free thoughts, please see the previous journal entry.

So, let's start with the good.

Superman: As someone who hated Man of Steel with a passion, I am just as surprised as you to be listing Henry Caville's Supes as one of the things I liked about this movie, but he actually did a damn good job. It seems like Snyder and Goyer took the criticism of Man of Steel and actually applied it because this time Superman actually acts like... Superman! What a concept!

He actually saves people and more importantly he actually thinks about his actions before starting a fight and intentionally leads the danger AWAY from the city! The single biggest complaint I had about Man of Steel was how Superman doesn't seem the least bit bothered by the collateral damage around him - this time, he actually does. He's not perfect and there's still some stuff that bugged me - like a return of that idiotic "S stands for Hope!" - but overall, Superman felt like Superman.

Wonder Woman: Gal Gadot's Wonder Woman was a big question mark for me mainly because I had never seen any of the Fast and Furious movies she's done before, and I knew absolutely nothing about the actress. That coupled with some comments from writer David S. Goyer that made me question his ability to write a female superhero well and I was pretty worried. 

She was good though, for what she was. And what she was, was a very small role. She only shows up in a couple of scenes as Diana Prince (and we never even get her first name) and then at the end as Wonder Woman. The accent she used was a little weird, and I don't know if that is just Gal Gadot's normal speaking voice or if it was a choice she made for the character, but aside from that she was pretty good. When it came to the action she was a complete badass and I really enjoyed seeing her sword, shield, braclets and yes, even the lasso all make appearances. I wish we'd gotten a lot more of her so I could better judge the actress and the character, but for the few scenes she was in, I rather liked her.

Batman (The Good Parts): Ben Affleck is a good Batman. He's certainly no Kevin Conroy, but he did at least some justice to my all time favorite superhero. The motivations they set up for why he's so obsessed with stopping Superman make perfect sense in this version of the DC Universe and do fit the obsessive nature of the character, and his general inability to trust anyone. I can even accept some of his more extreme ideas because this is a Batman who has been fighting crime for over 20 years and has clearly been through hell. However... just as I had serious problems with Superman in Man of Steel, I have some serious problems with Batman here and I will elaborate on them later.

The reason he is after Superman is twofold. One, he alludes to the fact that he has seen many heroes becomes villains. It felt like a callback to the "You either die a hero or live long enough to see yourself become a villain", and although they don't namedrop Harvey Dent, it really feels like this is a Batman who has seen good men go bad. The other reason is that we see the Superman v Zod battle from Bruce Wayne's perspective - and we see how horrified he is at the destruction and the death. One chilling bit is when he saves a little girl from the debris of the Wayne Financial building only to discover her mother was killed in the collapse. We immediately understand WHY Bruce views Clark as a threat, and it does what Man of Steel refused to do and acknowledges that Superman totally screwed up in that Zod fight.

Lex Luthor's Motivations: The reason Lex wants to destroy Superman is because "One who is all powerful cannot be all good, and one who is all good cannot be all powerful". Essentially, he is an extremely corrupt and powerful man who abuses his power - and he cannot fathom the idea that Superman could have the morals to not abuse his power. He essentially sees Superman as a ticking time bomb - very similar to how Batman sees things. It's a motive Lex has had in the comics before, and it's the one I always liked the most. It's the same motive I would give Lex if I was writing him. And I have to say, I love his evil plan and how he so expertly manipulates both Batman and Superman into having their fight. Yep. He's the reason they fight and it works. What doesn't work is... literally everything else about the character, but I'll get to that.

Why They Fight: I am no fan of superhero versus superhero stories. That's WHY we have supervillains. I don't want to see Batman and Superman fight. So this is one thing I was always going to be super critical on.

... and yet, it worked. I already explained why Batman was trying to go after Superman - namely what happened to Metropolis and the hints of what he has been through in the past. And with someone as paranoid and anti-social as Batman, a character who canonically keeps a list of how to defeat every other superhero just in case - it makes sense that he would be willing to fight.

Superman, though, needed a very good reason to fight Batman... and this movie gave him one. Namely, Lex kidnapped Martha Kent. He made it clear that he had no idea where his men were keeping her and Superman only had one hour to kill Batman and bring his head back to Lexcorp or Martha would die. 

Superman... did not go to kill Batman. He actually tells Lois he needs to go and get Batman's help. Batman, though, wants to fight. So yeah... their fight actually worked.

Now... let's talk about what didn't work.

Lex Luthor's performance: I have a theory about this one. The internet wanted Bryan Cranston of Breaking Bad fame to play Lex Luthor, and I think Jesse Eisenberg must have thought that if he smoked meth before every scene he would make the internet happy. At least I HOPE that's what happened, because if that was him actually trying to play a decent Lex Luthor then he screwed up worse than a Joel Schumacher Batman film.

His performance is terrible. Had he been playing The Master from Doctor Who, I might have been okay with it. But as Lex Luthor? Heeeeeeeeeeeeck no. That was bad. Painfully bad. He wasn't quite as bad as the trailers made me believe, but if he wasn't on drugs then... no, no, he HAD to be on drugs. It's literally the only explanation.

Batman (The Bad): Going into the movie I had heard online that Batman kills people with a machine gun in this movie. Well... he... sorta did. It was a poorly explained dream sequence. So I won't hold that against him... however, he DOES kill people. Very clearly. At one point he uses the Batwing to blow up a bunch of cars that have people in them. At another point he might have stabbed a guy. I mean, he definitely stabbed a guy, but from the way its shot it was hard to tell if it was a stab to the hand or chest. Either way, being as generous as I can... Batman kills at least as many people here as he did in the Michael Keaton movies. That is not okay. I do not approve of Batman killing - ESPECIALLY WITH GUNS. Batman's two rules are no guns and no killing; and he breaks them both! Gaaaaaaaaaaaaah.

Also he has this weird habit of "branding" criminals with a bat-shaped hot iron that is really stupid. Especially since the news reports that it's basically a "death sentence" in prison and criminals branded by "The Bat" end up dead. You might argue Batman didn't kill them himself, but BATMAN wouldn't torture someone in that way if he knew it was guaranteed to get them killed later. It's painfully out of character.

The two cardinal sins of Batman are committed in this movie. It's not good. No matter how good Batfleck was in other areas - and he was - this really, really bothers me and really, really hurts the movie in my eyes.

Contradicting Story Points: Finally we get to the story itself. It... doesn't make a whole lot of sense at times.

The main crux of the film hinges on the idea that the world is distrustful of Superman. Some people love him, others hate him. So if the world is so torn on Superman... why is there a giant Superman statue and a "Heroes Memorial Park"? How can he both be so controversial and still Metropolis spends millions building a massive statue to him? That makes no sense. When the plot of your movie is literally dependent on people being afraid of Superman, it's a little weird to see how much people apparently love him.

Also... the cops shoot at Batman and everyone calls him "The Bat of Gotham" and they act like nobody knows much about him or what he does and he's all mysterious... but Alfred bluntly and clearly states that Bruce has been fighting crime for TWENTY YEARS. How is Batman so mysterious nobody even calls him "Batman" AFTER TWENTY YEARS!? Or is Batman only mysterious outside of Gotham? Maybe I'd buy that more if they didn't establish that Gotham and Metropolis are basically New Jersey and New York and only separated by a small patch of water.

They also never explain how Superman learns that Batman is Bruce Wayne. Or how Lex learns that Superman is Clark Kent. That stuff just... happens. I suppose you could say Lex is the only person who can recognize someone without glasses, and that this Batman - who has spent 18 months preparing and planning to fight Superman - didn't take any precaution to stop Superman's X-Ray vision. Those are bad explanations, but its more than the movie actually provides.

Overall... it was a lot better than I expected. The Doomsday fight was awesome, Wonder Woman is a badass and I loved that they got the guy who invented Skynet in Terminator 2 to play Silas Stone. (Cyborg's dad). 

Alfred and Lois were both good too.

Ultimately, if I had to give this movie a rating... I'd say three out of five. It has a lot of problems, but it was a drastic improvement over what came before it. 

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