One of the most anticipated movies of the decade finally came out and it is nothing short of huge.
It crashed the box office numbers on its opening night and audiences truly love it.
The ratings are also good and the momentum is just exciting.
It is clear that we all now want to watch this film despite the fact that most are not even into superhero films.
Critics believe that DCEU (DC Extended Universe) has made a comic film that is just one of the best that has ever been done and there is not much doubt about that.
The trailers came out but not much was revealed in them until you just had to see the movie.
So, if you haven’t gotten down to watching this truly marvelous film that marvel is going to never probably replicate, here are some things that you should be aware of before you head to your nearest theatre to catch it.
If you thought that he wasn’t the main villain in this movie, then you are probably wrong.
Lex is the main villain and judging from the number of deaths that he causes, he makes the Joker look like a sympathetic antagonist in the previous Batman film played by the late Heath Ledger. Lex blows up a hearing that has been convened to address the danger posed by Superman.
The worst part of that scene is the fact that he manipulates and old man with no legs to attend the meeting then blows him up, which subsequently kills hundred of people in the Capitol.
This is one of those evil acts that make Luthor a ruthless villain in this film that outperforms any that have been before him as far as the killing is concerned.
The Man of Steel
One moment in this film that will remain etched in the mind of every movie goers is the fact that Superman dies.
Yes, Superman does die in this film and it is one of the most traumatizing moments that DC has by far created to date. You walk into the theatre expecting something big and when it finally hits you, you are just left perplexed and it takes time for you to get off your seat and walk out the theatre. Though, in making such a movie as Batman vs. Superman, the stakes were definitely much higher than you ever thought.