The film is good enough to redeem the bad taste that lingered from its predecessors but too uninspired to make one want more.
The film is simultaneously exhilarating, gorgeous, and tedious, operating as a weird fusion of auteur project and craven franchise start-up.
An origin story, apologia, and harbinger of a second expanded universe of overpopulated action bonanzas.
Like a Brazilian wax for the brain, Zack Snyder’s divisive reboot of the Superman franchise will continue to obliterate your senses in this impressive combo package.
This is a good excuse for those late to the party to familiarize themselves with the show.
The image is serviceable but the audio delivers the goods.
Strictly for cock-juggling thundercunts and the people who love them.
This Platinum Edition features some of the most in-depth, sophisticated supplemental material ever amassed for a film of this kind.
Blade II is gooey and dank, yet del Toro recognizes the allure of the original’s techno pulse.