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April 1, 2016


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It's too bad there was nothing in the movie for you, it seems.

I can't recall Superman killing anyone in this film, but I'll be seeing it again soon, so maybe I'll catch it then?

It definitely wasn't a light-hearted (and sometimes silly) Marvel film, but I thought it was well-thought out for what it was: What would it really be like if people with powers like this really lived in our real world. It brought up a lot of questions and discussions in both my home and my classes.


I don't think that "Batman v. Superman" was the best comic book hero movie. It has certainly become one of my favorites. I think I would rank it number four on my list.

Not all of the Marvel films were light-hearted. I've noticed that the Captain America movies tend to end on a dour or bittersweet note. It's a pity that this didn't save the third Captain America movie for me.

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