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Running Time:
2 hours, 31 minutes

Rating: PG-13 Parents Strongly Cautioned.

Rating Explanation:
for intense sequences of violence and action throughout, and some sensuality

Jimmy's Buzz Guide Review:
The film is so big and loud that it can't help but feel bloated, especially since so much of what's on screen feels rather vacuous, but it looks amazing and it's relentlessly exciting.

Additional Info:
Ben Affleck ... Bruce Wayne / Batman
Henry Cavill ... Clark Kent / Superman
Amy Adams ... Lois
Jesse Eisenberg ... Lex Luthor
Diane Lane ... Martha Kent
Laurence Fishburne ... Perry White
Jeremy Irons ... Alfred
Holly Hunter ... Senator Finch
Gal Gadot ... Diana Prince / Wonder Woman
Scoot McNairy ... Wallace Keefe
Callan Mulvey ... Anatoli Knyazev
Tao Okamoto ... Mercy Graves
Brandon Spink ... Young Bruce Wayne
Lauren Cohan ... Martha Wayne

Batman vs Superman: Dawn of Justice
Following an opening credits sequence that recounts the murder of Thomas and Martha Wayne, Bruce (Ben Affleck) is seen witnessing the destruction of Metropolis at the hands of Superman (Henry Cavill) and General Zod (Michael Shannon). He is determined to hold Superman accountable, while simultaneously, the vigilante activities of “the Gotham Bat” have piqued the interest of Daily Planet reporter Clark Kent.
Meanwhile, a scraggly-haired, wild-eyed young industrialist Lex Luthor (Jesse Eisenberg) has uncovered a meteorite made from kryptonite at the bottom of the Indian Ocean. After his plan to create a weoponized deterrent against Superman is rejected by Senator Finch (Holly Hunter), the unstable young tycoon orchestrates a more underhanded plan to arm himself against the Man of Steel.
The final section of the movie brings Diana Prince, aka Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot), into the mix. She slinks about in civilian garb earlier in the movie, serving as an attractive femme fatale whom Wayne encounters during his efforts to find out what Luthor is up to (it involves kryptonite, of course). But in the last half-hour she emerges in full Amazonian glory, which is something to see even in the muck of director Zach Snyder’s gloppy special effects.

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