Adaptation: A Podcast Dedicated to Film Adaptations

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Who did Batman v Superman better?

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About Kendyl Bryant

Working as an audiobook proofer at Brilliance Audio, Kendyl has an inexplicable love for young adult fiction (but not for love triangles), 80s music, TV and movies (John Hughes is perfection) and various fandoms, including but not limited to Harry Potter (Slytherin for life!), Doctor Who (even after Moffat ruined it), Nerdfighteria and anything by Joss Whedon. You can follow her on Tumblr where she is an active fangirl and proud feminist/social justice warrior or on Twitter where she basically just retweets the Adaptation Twitter… Your call.

One comment on “Who did Batman v Superman better?

  1. taylora98
    April 1, 2016

    Hi Guys

    Hope you all enjoyed BvS more than the critics!
    I have to say i was pleasantly surprised by the movie. Sure, there were some “whaaaaatt….?” moments but overall better than anticipated.

    The ‘alternate viewpoint’ and questioning on the MoS skyscraper-felling-fest was most welcome. Jeremy Irons as the tech-savvy and world-weary Alfred as a great addition,

    The introduction of the various JL characters was an interesting but to a layman somewhat confusing element. Granted not being too familiar with JL from the comics i struggled a little to identify these characters until I read up on them later,

    Affleck as Batman -fine no issues there – a gritty performance, The dream sequences were confusing but were actually well done and hopefully preview the way the franchise could evolve, Again i need to find out more about these plot options by going back to the comics.

    Amy Adams as Lois – perfect casting IMHO, Did we need to see her in the bath though?!?!

    Looking foward to hearing your comments on an upcoming podcast!



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