Quickie Movie Review – Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice

The score of Batman v Superman has a tendency to continue the same musical phrase from one scene to the next, making it feel as if there is no clear demarcation between the various pieces of this absolute mess of a movie. This was probably unintentional, but it is appropriate. No idea is given room to make much (or any) sense. The plot holes and ridiculous character motivations pile up to an astounding degree. Perhaps, though, they are not plot holes at all, and this film is operating on its own sort of dream logic. Or maybe that is just the illusion created by sitting through 2 and a half hours of this stunner.

I give Batman v Superman 200 Craters out of 500 Property Damage Points.

Jeff Malone is a voracious entertainment consumer and entertainment creator. He currently resides in New York City, where he received his Master’s in Media Studies at The New School. In addition to his pieces on TMRzoo.com and StarPulse.com, you can check out his blog (jmunney.wordpress.com), where he provides regular coverage of Community and Saturday Night Live, as well as other television, film, music, and the rest of pop culture.