Never mind "Batman v Superman," the real fight is Marvel v DC and it is still raging across the Internet. BvS just came out on DVD/Blu-ray, and Screen Junkies used the opportunity to roast the film as part of its Honest Trailers series.

It's a brutal, but also seriously hilarious, and (come on!) pretty fair takedown, pointing out the film's many flaws but also highlighting the cool scenes that the critics refused to acknowledge were cool. Because once you've picked a side...

The trailer re-named the movie "Fans v Batman v Superman v Critics v Other Fans v Executives v Zack Snyder v Expectations: Can't Do Them All Justice," calling the result "a cool new Batman movie, trapped inside a boring convoluted Superman sequel, trapped inside whatever cartoon Lex Luthor is from."

Here's the nearly 8-minute Honest Trailer:
But the real story is in the comments section, which inevitably took the trailer's references to Marvel Cinematic Universe as an excuse to continue DC vs Marvel.

Just as a very brief example, here's the top comment:

I am a DC fan and really liked batman vs superman (ultimate cut was better) but I don't have a problem with anything they said; this is hilarious and honest but not biased.

That currently has more than 1,000 likes and 74 replies debating what makes a true fan a true fan, and whether DC fans should be defending this film or acting as the harshest critics. At least fans seem to agree that "Suicide Squad" looks great!

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Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice
PG-132016
Based on 51 critics

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