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Everything Wrong With Batman v Superman #4: Location, Location, Location

 § § ‘There are two reasons why watching Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice is like being lost at sea. Firstly, it’s just an awful, awful experience. Secondly, you never know exactly where on earth you are – and in most cases, that’s quite literally the case.’ — — Read at Flickreel. — — Follow the … Continue reading

Everything Wrong With Batman v Superman #3: The Bombing Scene

 § § ‘Oh boy. The bombing scene. The. Bombing. Scene. THE BOMBING SCENE. I’m just trying out different ways of saying the same sentence, in order for me to fully process the evil these particular few minutes affect the film.’ — — Read at Flickreel. — — Follow the editor @GaryGreenScreen —

Everything Wrong With Batman v Superman #2: The dream sequences

 § § ‘Like a pimp desperately trying to sell one of his more coke-addled ladies to uninterested men on the street, the trailers for Batman v Superman heavily touted a scene in which Batman finds himself in an apocalyptic wasteland, fending off henchmen before coming face-to-face with Super(grumpy)man. Turns out this entire sequence is a … Continue reading

Everything Wrong With Batman v Superman #1: Poorly realised ideologies

 § § ‘It’s soon enormously obvious, however, that at the core of Batman v Superman, is a big fat nothing.’ — — Read at Flickreel. — — Follow the editor @GaryGreenScreen —

THE GREEN-LIGHT | An attempt to understand the cinema of Zack Snyder

 § § ‘I’ll be honest with you: I haven’t seen Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice yet. But no matter how many negative reviews I’ve read from fellow critics – and they are ominously heaping up like that skull mountain from The Revenant – I’m still going to go see it. Why should I bother? … Continue reading

THE GREEN-LIGHT | Easter egg culture is ruining modern moviegoing. Here’s how we can fix it

 § § ‘More and more, we’re finding ourselves gripped by easter egg culture – the rabid consuming of everything to do with movies, how they relate to one another, and what can be spotted in the background. But rarely is it anything to do with discourse on the movie itself. In a worryingly significant way, … Continue reading

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