Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Ultimate Edition Against Theatrical Version, Difference Irrelevant?

By Dannel Lozano | 1 year ago
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Ultimate Edition Against Theatrical Version, Difference Irrelevant?
PHOTOGRAPH: YouTube/Warner Bros., DC Comics | Still Screen of a scene from ‘Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice’, with an Ultimate Edition known to particularly be better than the original according to some.

Recently announced was the Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice Ultimate Edition. Through it, fans are expecting rectification from the downfall that the original theatrical film went through; but the question on as to whether the job was well-done or not has remained quite paradoxical to.

Some spoilers may be indicated below for those who have not yet laid eyes on Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice.

It was earlier in the year when one of the most anticipated clash of heroes, Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice, went down a far cliff after the immediate hype that it went through. Not meeting the expectations of fans, the movie was criticized heavily and was even rated low by many spectators.

As per Screen Rant, Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice Ultimate Edition was then pushed to make some corrections in the aforementioned original. Some fans think that the difference helped, while others did not accept nor tolerate the idea.

The main concern of the said edition are the cut scenes worth thirty minutes, which promised to clear out some of the supposed confusion surrounding Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice. One of which is deciphering more the bits and pieces of Lex Luthor’s plan against all the protagonists giving a more thorough understanding.

Realistically, Luthor’s part in Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice Ultimate Edition was clarified; making it so that the fans understood his logic. However, there are those who have come to the point in which the movie has become too draggy, thus resulting in the final cut being over half an hour shorter.

Some parts that were seemingly unimportant to many would be the addition of Jena Malone’s parts in the film. The short participation of the actress can be recalled on being cut from the theatrical release, which in reality, did not prove as much use it as anticipated.

Comparatively, fans can conclude that Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Ultimate Edition is still the better version, though the difference from the theatrical is not as significant. Through this, are DC and Warner Bros. ready for the continuation of the universe?

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Photo Source: YouTube/Warner Bros. Pictures

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Dannel Lozano is a hyperactive entity inside a human lifeform, engaging in diverse industries. A full-pledged artist, singer, choreographer, hairstylist, fitness buff and an experienced hotelier who's recently pursuing his passion in writing.He likes beagles, corgis, sloths, penguins and pandas.