Batman v Superman Dawn of Justice - Full Movie Streaming

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice
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Original Title: Batman v Superman Dawn of Justice
Release: 2016-03-23
Runtime:
Genre: Action, Adventure, Fantasy
Country: United States of America
Subtitle: English
Plot: Fearing the actions of a god-like Super Hero left unchecked, Gotham City’s own formidable, forceful vigilante takes on Metropolis’s most revered, modern-day savior, while the world wrestles with what sort of hero it really needs. And with Batman and Superman at war with one another, a new threat quickly arises, putting mankind in greater danger than it’s ever known before.
Bruce Wayne / Batman

Characters : Bruce Wayne / Batman

Actor : Ben Affleck

Clark Kent / Superman

Characters : Clark Kent / Superman

Actor : Henry Cavill

Diana Prince / Wonder Woman

Characters : Diana Prince / Wonder Woman

Actor : Gal Gadot

Lois Lane

Characters : Lois Lane

Actor : Amy Adams

Lex Luthor

Characters : Lex Luthor

Actor : Jesse Eisenberg

Martha Kent

Characters : Martha Kent

Actor : Diane Lane

Alfred Pennyworth

Characters : Alfred Pennyworth

Actor : Jeremy Irons

Perry White

Characters : Perry White

Actor : Laurence Fishburne

Senator Finch

Characters : Senator Finch

Actor : Holly Hunter

Wallace Keefe

Characters : Wallace Keefe

Actor : Scoot McNairy

Anatoli Knyazev

Characters : Anatoli Knyazev

Actor : Callan Mulvey

Mercy Graves

Characters : Mercy Graves

Actor : 岡本多緒

Jenet Klyburn

Characters : Jenet Klyburn

Actor : Jena Malone

Young Bruce Wayne

Characters : Young Bruce Wayne

Actor : Brandon Spink

Martha Wayne

Characters : Martha Wayne

Actor : Lauren Cohan

Jack O'Dwyer

Characters : Jack O'Dwyer

Actor : Hugh Maguire

Jimmy Olsen

Characters : Jimmy Olsen

Actor : Michael Cassidy

Wayne Industries Pilot

Characters : Wayne Industries Pilot

Actor : Alan D. Purwin

Drone Pilot

Characters : Drone Pilot

Actor : Dan Amboyer

Jenny Jurwich

Characters : Jenny Jurwich

Actor : Rebecca Buller

General Swanwick

Characters : General Swanwick

Actor : Harry Lennix

Major Carrie Farris

Characters : Major Carrie Farris

Actor : Christina Wren

Carmen

Characters : Carmen

Actor : Jade Chynoweth

Glen Woodburn

Characters : Glen Woodburn

Actor : Chad Krowchuk

Jonathan Kent

Characters : Jonathan Kent

Actor : Kevin Costner

Barry Allen / The Flash

Characters : Barry Allen / The Flash

Actor : Ezra Miller

POTUS (voice)

Characters : POTUS (voice)

Actor : Patrick Wilson

General Zod

Characters : General Zod

Actor : Michael Shannon

Charlie Rose

Characters : Charlie Rose

Actor : Charlie Rose

Vikram Gandhi

Characters : Vikram Gandhi

Actor : Vikram Gandhi

Andrew Sullivan

Characters : Andrew Sullivan

Actor : Andrew Sullivan

Neil deGrasse Tyson

Characters : Neil deGrasse Tyson

Actor : Neil deGrasse Tyson

Jon Stewart

Characters : Jon Stewart

Actor : Jon Stewart

Soledad O'Brien

Characters : Soledad O'Brien

Actor : Soledad O'Brien

Erika Erickson

Characters : Erika Erickson

Actor : Erika R. Erickson

Dana Bash

Characters : Dana Bash

Actor : Dana Bash

Nancy Grace

Characters : Nancy Grace

Actor : Nancy Grace

Anderson Cooper

Characters : Anderson Cooper

Actor : Anderson Cooper

Brooke Baldwin

Characters : Brooke Baldwin

Actor : Brooke Baldwin

A.I. Kelor (voice)

Characters : A.I. Kelor (voice)

Actor : Carla Gugino

Arthur Curry / Aquaman

Characters : Arthur Curry / Aquaman

Actor : Jason Momoa

Silas Stone

Characters : Silas Stone

Actor : Joe Morton

Victor Stone / Cyborg

Characters : Victor Stone / Cyborg

Actor : Ray Fisher

Pete Ross

Characters : Pete Ross

Actor : Joseph Cranford

Lana Lang

Characters : Lana Lang

Actor : Emily Peterson

Thomas Wayne (uncredited)

Characters : Thomas Wayne (uncredited)

Actor : Jeffrey Dean Morgan

General Amajagh

Characters : General Amajagh

Actor : Sammi Rotibi

Metropolis Citizen

Characters : Metropolis Citizen

Actor : Hanna Dworkin

Metropolis Citizen

Characters : Metropolis Citizen

Actor : Tiffany L. Addison

Metropolis Citizen

Characters : Metropolis Citizen

Actor : Owais Ahmed

Metropolis Citizen

Characters : Metropolis Citizen

Actor : Anish Jethmalani

Metropolis Citizen

Characters : Metropolis Citizen

Actor : Tiffany Bedwell

Metropolis Citizen

Characters : Metropolis Citizen

Actor : Natalee Arteaga

Metropolis Citizen

Characters : Metropolis Citizen

Actor : Keith D. Gallagher

Metropolis Citizen

Characters : Metropolis Citizen

Actor : Jeff Dumas

Metropolis Citizen

Characters : Metropolis Citizen

Actor : Miriam Lee

Metropolis Citizen

Characters : Metropolis Citizen

Actor : Alicia Regan

Teacher

Characters : Teacher

Actor : Stephanie Koenig

Sage

Characters : Sage

Actor : Ripley Sobo

Island Scientist

Characters : Island Scientist

Actor : Richard Burden

General Security Chief

Characters : General Security Chief

Actor : Julius Tennon

Kahina Ziri

Characters : Kahina Ziri

Actor : Wunmi Mosaku

Senator Barrows

Characters : Senator Barrows

Actor : Dennis North

Officer Mazzuccheli

Characters : Officer Mazzuccheli

Actor : Kiff VandenHeuvel

Officer Rucka

Characters : Officer Rucka

Actor : Mason Heidger

Hostage Girl

Characters : Hostage Girl

Actor : Ahney Her

Hostage Girl

Characters : Hostage Girl

Actor : Kristine Cabanban

Cesar Santos

Characters : Cesar Santos

Actor : Sebastian Sozzi

Kent Shocknek

Characters : Kent Shocknek

Actor : Kent Shocknek

Emmet Vale

Characters : Emmet Vale

Actor : Ralph Lister

Metropolis Cop

Characters : Metropolis Cop

Actor : Sammy A. Publes

Metropolis Cop

Characters : Metropolis Cop

Actor : Jay R. Adams

Heroes Park Tourist

Characters : Heroes Park Tourist

Actor : David Midura

Reporter at Monument

Characters : Reporter at Monument

Actor : Jay Towers

Air Force MP

Characters : Air Force MP

Actor : Michael Ellison

Underground Fight Patron

Characters : Underground Fight Patron

Actor : Kirill Ostapenko

Beautiful Woman

Characters : Beautiful Woman

Actor : Rashontae Wawrzyniak

Sports Announcer

Characters : Sports Announcer

Actor : Tom Luginbill

Sports Announcer

Characters : Sports Announcer

Actor : Dave Pasch

Party Photographer

Characters : Party Photographer

Actor : Danny Mooney

Party Doorman

Characters : Party Doorman

Actor : Henry Frost III

LeBlanc

Characters : LeBlanc

Actor : Nicole Forester

Metropolis Governor

Characters : Metropolis Governor

Actor : Debbie Stabenow

Colorado Woman

Characters : Colorado Woman

Actor : Milica Govich

Jail Guard

Characters : Jail Guard

Actor : John Lepard

Finch's Receptionist

Characters : Finch's Receptionist

Actor : Sandra Love Aldridge

James Harmon - Museum Director

Characters : James Harmon - Museum Director

Actor : Graham W.J. Beal

Bunker Soldier

Characters : Bunker Soldier

Actor : Henri Franklin

Bunker Soldier

Characters : Bunker Soldier

Actor : Jonathan West

US Park Officer

Characters : US Park Officer

Actor : T.J. Martinelli

Wayne Accountant

Characters : Wayne Accountant

Actor : Chris Newman

Diner Waitress

Characters : Diner Waitress

Actor : Lulu Dahl

DC Protestor

Characters : DC Protestor

Actor : Sam Logan Khaleghi

DC Protestor

Characters : DC Protestor

Actor : Anne Marie Damman

DC Protestor

Characters : DC Protestor

Actor : Connie Craig

DC Protestor

Characters : DC Protestor

Actor : Henrietta Hermelin

Senator Purrington

Characters : Senator Purrington

Actor : Patrick Leahy

Convenience Store Robber

Characters : Convenience Store Robber

Actor : Albert Valladares

Helicopter Pilot

Characters : Helicopter Pilot

Actor : David Paris

Flight Attendant

Characters : Flight Attendant

Actor : Abigail Kuklis

Chairman of Joint Chiefs

Characters : Chairman of Joint Chiefs

Actor : Greg Violand

Vice Chairman of Joint Chiefs

Characters : Vice Chairman of Joint Chiefs

Actor : Tiren Jhames

Signals Officer - Air Force

Characters : Signals Officer - Air Force

Actor : Steve Jasgur

Silo Officer

Characters : Silo Officer

Actor : Jonathan Stanley

Silo Officer

Characters : Silo Officer

Actor : Jesse Nagy

Supermax Guard

Characters : Supermax Guard

Actor : Duvale Murchison

Prison Barber

Characters : Prison Barber

Actor : Thomas J. Fentress

Father Leone

Characters : Father Leone

Actor : Coburn Goss

Wagon Driver

Characters : Wagon Driver

Actor : Jeff Hanlin

Creature Vocals (voice)

Characters : Creature Vocals (voice)

Actor : Gary A. Hecker

Kreatur (voice)

Characters : Kreatur (voice)

Actor : Robin Atkin Downes

Squatter Boy

Characters : Squatter Boy

Actor : Issac Ryan Brown

CIA Supervisor

Characters : CIA Supervisor

Actor : Barton Bund

Python Team Leader

Characters : Python Team Leader

Actor : Bailey Chase

Gotham Desk Cop

Characters : Gotham Desk Cop

Actor : Patrick O'Connor Cronin

Gotham Desk Cop

Characters : Gotham Desk Cop

Actor : Sonja Crosby

Inmate Thug

Characters : Inmate Thug

Actor : C.T. Fletcher

Inmate Thug

Characters : Inmate Thug

Actor : Ahman Green

Nairomian Crying Woman

Characters : Nairomian Crying Woman

Actor : Diana Gaitirira

Nairomian Crying Woman

Characters : Nairomian Crying Woman

Actor : Jalene Mack

Nairomian Crying Woman

Characters : Nairomian Crying Woman

Actor : Esodie Geiger

Nairomian Crying Woman

Characters : Nairomian Crying Woman

Actor : Nene Nwoko

Nairomian Driver

Characters : Nairomian Driver

Actor : Scott Edward Logan

Gala Waiter

Characters : Gala Waiter

Actor : Marcus Goddard

Adriana Santos

Characters : Adriana Santos

Actor : Cruz Gonzalez-Cadel

Older Goat Herder

Characters : Older Goat Herder

Actor : Alma Martinez

Older Goat Herder

Characters : Older Goat Herder

Actor : Sal Lopez

Young Goat Herder

Characters : Young Goat Herder

Actor : Marcel Shihadeh

Rebel Translator

Characters : Rebel Translator

Actor : Theo Bongani Ndyalvane

Squatter Mother

Characters : Squatter Mother

Actor : Satori Shakoor

Truck (uncredited)

Characters : Truck (uncredited)

Actor : Ele Bardha

Wayne Financial Employee (uncredited)

Characters : Wayne Financial Employee (uncredited)

Actor : Inder Kumar

Party Guest (uncredited)

Characters : Party Guest (uncredited)

Actor : Brandon Bautista

Daily Planet Reporter (uncredited)

Characters : Daily Planet Reporter (uncredited)

Actor : Laura Atwood

Wayne Enterprise Executive (uncredited)

Characters : Wayne Enterprise Executive (uncredited)

Actor : Debbie Scaletta

Football Player (uncredited)

Characters : Football Player (uncredited)

Actor : David Leach

Gotham Seaport Cop (uncredited)

Characters : Gotham Seaport Cop (uncredited)

Actor : Gordon Michaels

Wayne Security (uncredited)

Characters : Wayne Security (uncredited)

Actor : Brian Boland

Russian Foreign Minister (uncredited)

Characters : Russian Foreign Minister (uncredited)

Actor : Taras Los

DC Paramedic (uncredited)

Characters : DC Paramedic (uncredited)

Actor : Jason Hughley

Building Supervisor (uncredited)

Characters : Building Supervisor (uncredited)

Actor : Sidi Henderson

Chilean President (uncredited)

Characters : Chilean President (uncredited)

Actor : Meighan Gerachis

First Class Lady (uncredited)

Characters : First Class Lady (uncredited)

Actor : Nicole Santini

Basketball Player (uncredited)

Characters : Basketball Player (uncredited)

Actor : Axel Harney

Funeral Attender (uncredited)

Characters : Funeral Attender (uncredited)

Actor : Wayne E. Brown

Police Officer (uncredited)

Characters : Police Officer (uncredited)

Actor : Dante Briggins

GCU Football Player (uncredited)

Characters : GCU Football Player (uncredited)

Actor : Shannon Garnett

Protester (uncredited)

Characters : Protester (uncredited)

Actor : Lynch R. Travis

EMT (uncredited)

Characters : EMT (uncredited)

Actor : Carmen Gangale

Metropolis Survivor (uncredited)

Characters : Metropolis Survivor (uncredited)

Actor : Joe Cipriano

Rusty - Metropolis Cop (uncredited)

Characters : Rusty - Metropolis Cop (uncredited)

Actor : Will Blagrove

Protester (uncredited)

Characters : Protester (uncredited)

Actor : Marcelo Bem

US Senator (uncredited)

Characters : US Senator (uncredited)

Actor : Joe Fishel

Wayne Industries Pilot

Characters : Wayne Industries Pilot

Actor : Mark Edward Taylor

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Rahul Gupta

A Review by Rahul Gupta

by Rahul Gupta

"Awesome moview. Best Action sequence. **Slow in the first half**"

Frank Ochieng

A Review by Frank Ochieng

by Frank Ochieng

"One would think that the ultimate showdown between two of the most iconic super-heroes would make for some downright compelling action-oriented exploits against a landscape of angst and destruction. Plus, it certainly did not hurt that exhilarating filmmaker Zack Snyder (‘300’) was at the helm in bringing together the colorfully and concocted confrontation between The Caped Crusader and The Man of Steel. Also, it should have been an effortless task to bring together **Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice** leading men Ben Affleck and Henry Cahill since they had prior experiences donning heroic attire as mighty super-heroes on call to save the day. So why then does Snyder’s big-budgeted connect-the-dots comic book caper feel so incoherently stiff and aimless? The dour randomness of **Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice** is quite disappointing because this moping actioner wants to grab more than it can chew in its crowded mouth. Snyder and screenwriters David S. Goyer and Chris Terrio aspire to plug in such contemplative issues pertaining to moral ambivalence, political platitudes and religious themes but none of these factors energize or sustain this action-packed narrative that seems to slouch all at the expense of a sluggish approach to the mechanical hedonism that labors. There is no doubt that **Dawn of Justice** has its share of visual opulence as this is obviously expected in an expansive superhero saga where the proven selling point are two mythical comic book titans spearheading the pumped-up proceedings. Again an overreaching script that plods along, a couple of super-powered sourpusses going the moody motions and the lack of carefree robust action undermine the potential explosiveness that **Dawn of Justice** could have capitalized on with dynamic aplomb. Sure, there is a noted curiosity and interesting element about the topic of “heroism fatigue” and hidden demons that could have certainly contributed to the psychological strain for our Caped Courageous Ones. Still, **Dawn of Justice** never quite turns this premise into a sparkling case of burn-out conviction, Instead, knuckle-dragging duo of Bruce Wayne/Batman (Affleck) and Clark Kent/Superman (Cavell) make the common sleeping pill look like an excitable bag of M&M candy treats. Thankfully, another fan favorite superhero in the form of Wonder Woman (Gal Godot) is thrown into the mix to break up the monotony of the boorish Boys Club. Unfortunately, the appearance of the wily Wonder Woman during the tail end of the second half is too little and too late for her welcomed presence to rescue the film’s clunky pacing. Gotham’s Bruce Wayne and Metropolis’s Clark Kent are experiencing setbacks that could be perceived as reaching the depressive crossroads. For starters, a maturing Wayne’s/Batman’s crime-fighting prospects have been tailing off drastically. As for Kent/Superman his existence at the Daily Planet newspaper seems mundane especially when his boss in editor Perry White (Laurence Fishburne) declares that the public has moved away from print given the major impact of social media and other online resources. So yes…Wayne and Kent are in a critical funk in their professional lives both in and out of their familiar costumes. However, can the slumping cities afford two down-and-out superheroes when one can probably carry the load in rough, unsure times? When the film establishes the dilemma that there can be only one muscle-bound ego to handle the affairs of the region’s unprotected this is where the **Batman v Superman** portion of **Dawn of Justice** looks as if the frenetic fantasy will percolate. Inexplicably, the hype involving the sparring twosome is put on hold as the exposition takes its tedious time building up the conflict to satisfy the clashing insecurities of the capable caped crime-stoppers. For those that witnessed Cavell’s mediocre **Man of Steel** a few years ago will probably understand the current bad blood that exists between the two super studs. Whatever the case both Batman and Superman have pegged each other as brawny bad news ambassadors…something that does not sit well with either struggling superhero as their revered reputations are on the line. Naturally, there are other outside forces to consider as the acrimonious overtones continue to flow between the brooding mega-powers. The famed instigator in Superman foe Lex Luthor (Jesse Eisenberg) is realized as the high-tech billionaire nuisance that has an underlying scheme to eradicate both bickering super powers once and for all but not before Luthor pronounces his take on philosophical tirades. In the meantime, Lois Lane (Amy Adams) is on board to profess her undying love and support for her desired dreamboat Superman. Luthor loathing Superman while Lane fantasizing about her strong flashy fly boy. In other words it is business as usual. While Superman is trying to figure out his place in the sun Snyder piles on the bothersome dreamy anxieties that plague the aging Wayne. **Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice** is a jumbled mess. Snyder undertakes a convoluted production and tries to sell it as a sophisticated meeting of the misplaced minds between two embattled entities embroiled in uncertainty and super-sized cynicism. Still, Snyder’s vision is mishandled as he seems to have forgotten one crucial point–simply making an action movie that registers with genuine thrills. One cannot help but stumble upon the pretentiousness and piousness that ruins this boneless blockbuster. The film finally decides to stack on the combinations of boisterous match-ups involving everyone but the kitchen sink but all comes off as frivolously forced. Cavell was never really an enticing Superman ever since he donned the big “S” on his chest back in 2013’s** Man of Steel**. Affleck’s Batman is a little more palatable but the constant scowl (both on his face and on the mask) is too much to digest. One would not mind yelling at the screen for Affleck’s alter ego to lighten up a bit. The supporting players are virtually wasted in this exhausting CGI popcorn pleaser. Eisenberg, normally a trustworthy performer with considerable scope, merely irritates as the punkish techno-magnate Luthor. The always radiant Adams is a wash as the gushing Lois Lane. Oscar-winner Jeremy Irons’s Alfred the butler won’t make anyone forget Micheal Caine’s take on Wayne’s trusty man servant anytime soon. Even the reliably adventurous Oscar-nominated actor Michael Shannon cannot exuberantly bring to life the menacing presence of Zod. Humorless and hackneyed, **Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice** will probably satisfy indiscriminate devoted fans that will buy into the proposed heralded rivalry. As for others, they will wonder what lies ahead in terms of other League of Justice movies that hopefully can muster up more entertaining stimulation than this over-indulgent doomsday dud. Is anyone up for **Wonder Woman vs. Redwing** with an empowering feminine twist? **Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice** (2016) Warner Bros. Pictures 2 hrs. 30 mins. Starring: Ben Affleck, Henry Cavill, Amy Adams, Jesse Eisenberg, Laurence Fishburne, Jeremy Irons, Diane Lane, Gal Gadot, Holly Hunter, Michael Shannon, Ray Fisher Directed by: Zack Snyder MPAA Rating: PG-13 Genre: Science Fiction/Fantasy/Action and Adventure/Superhero Saga Critic’s rating: ** stars (out of 4 stars) (c) Frank Ochieng"

shekzilla

A Review by shekzilla

by shekzilla

"A bit slow but overall good. There are many sub plots in the movie that could've been made into independent movies of their own."

Reno

A Review by Reno

by Reno

"> Know your enemy's weakness before challenging to a fight! It is known that critics have no brain. It is the best Superman film as Henry Cavill in the red and blue suit. Yep, I know it is always DC versus Marvel, so it is then DC's reply to the 'Avengers'. I don't care their rivalries, as a film fanatic, I enjoy good films and I found it was so good. But I was a bit worried after the Superman was shown in a dark shade in the trailer, especially after Batwan was overly stylised by Nolan, I thought the black suit would take over. After watching the film I was relieved and happy that Batman was exposed. Batman fans might have been disappointed, but for the superhero and DC fans, this film is a great treat. You can't compare it with 'Avengers', it had its own style. It follows the 'Man of Steel' and directed by the same director. Excellent cast. I have never been the Ben Affleck hater, so I had no objection to his role in this. He did good along with Cavill and others. He would do better in his solo Batman films if Zack Snyder is retained to script and direct them. I'm not a comic book reader, so I did not know the story before the watch. I was surprised for the Wonder Woman's part in the film. The visuals were awesome, the story was unpredictable, well developed characters, cleverly composed scenes, wonderful stunt sequences and the film's overall tone was kind of dark and gloomy, a very satisfying superhero film. The content balance was perfect, but the characters did not do the same as we know Superman is a father of all superheroes. I already watched it twice and I can't wait for its sequel. Especially looking forward for Jesse Eisenberg, because he was kind of stayed low in this and I hope his character Lex becomes much stronger. It is a PG13, and there's nothing botherable stuffs in it for the underage audience, but I felt it is targeted for adults because of the matured flavour. Don't think about that I said, just watch it, it will definitely entertain you well if not blow you away. Surely recommended to all. 8/10"

Austin Singleton

A Review by Austin Singleton

by Austin Singleton

"I still have faith in the DCU but this movie had problems. Watch my full review here. http://www.hweird1reviews.com/allreviews/bvsreview"

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