Jul 152016

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  1. I was also impressed with Affleck’s performance as Batman/Bruce. I wasn’t sure what to expect, based on all the “Batfleck” grumbling after he was cast, but I think he turned in one of my favourite cinematic Batman performances! I don’t really understand the point of the lengthy “Knightmare” dream sequence other than showing off a neat costume variation. If it was to showcase Bruce’s continuing obsession with Superman (I guess??), there were plenty of other instances of that in the movie. But it’s a dream, so why bother? Unless I’m missing some deeper meaning behind this sequence, I think during future viewings I’ll just skip it. 😀

  2. The Knightmare sequence is such an odd scene. I think purpose was 1) to further Bruce’s distrust of Superman and 2) give him the motivation at the end to seek out other metahumans to join forces to stop an impending threat. IMO, his hatred for Superman was already well established and his motivation for gather other metahumans could’ve been accomplished some other way. The only thing I liked about that sequence was at the end with the Flash’s warning (seems to me, he might’ve been the cause of Bruce’s vision rather than it being a nightmare of his).

    Otherwise, brilliant casting of Affleck who seems to be taking the reigns not only with an eventual solo Batman movie but I think he has a lot of control on Justice League as well. Could be a case where Snyder is a director in name only at this point, lol.

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