Can superhero cause harm? Or, the worse, be considered reckless for causing collateral damages of unprecedented magnitude and, at the some points, being accused of doing violence against human rights due to performing methods of his own? That’s the central theme of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, the latest Ben Afleck’s movie.
The duel between Superman (Henry Cavill) and General Zod has left thousands of casualties. Instead of happiness, Superman brings suffers to others due to the magnitude of the battle, though the general is finally deceased by the demigod. At the same time, Batman (Ben Afleck) prefers to perform crime eradication with his own methods, leaving policemen and some people angry. People are getting tired of
superhero, then, with Superman treated as convict eventually. This urges people to perform hearing. They ask Superman to deliver speech before senators. However, the hearing serves as massacre due to the bomb planted on wheelchair of Alfred Pennyworth (Jeremy Irons), a man who works for Bruce Wayne (Ben Afleck). Alfred is lured by Lex Luthor’s (Jesse Eisenberg) offer to do something meaningful to Superman, the superhero that makes him suffer. Unexpectedly, what happens at the hearing forces Batman to do something of his own. He has one thing left to do: to kill Superman, using Kryptonite he steals from Lex Luthor’s laboratory. With Martha Kent in the custody of Lex, Superman is asked to kill Batman, and behead the superhero in a fierce duel. At the same time, Lex is successfully giving birth of new monster in the ship of General Zod; forcing Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot), to help both superheroes who suffer from misunderstanding and save them from killing each other.
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice is quite rich in action and duel. It has superb visual effects also. Unfortunately, for an action movie, it is lack of story and. It has miserable plot also. Until the end of the movie, audience left confused by the motif and background of Batman to fight against Superman since people also hate Batman. Batman, instead of being a good guy, seems to be a mentally unstable superhero. In addition to that fact, the presence of Wonder Woman and her role is quite poor. There are so many puzzles in the movie. Thanks God, it has nice effects, so that people may forget about the quality of the story.