Ben Affleck Talks About The Criticism Of The Tone Of The Movie Batman vs. Superman

By Hazel Zol Marie Baloyo , Oct 03, 2016 10:55 PM EDT

A few months ago, the movie Batman V Superman was released and had a lot of negative criticisms. Despite the fact that two of the most iconic comic characters had joined together to create what people have expected to be "the greatest movie of all time", the movie unfortunately met a lot of negative criticisms. The criticisms mostly talked about the tone of the movie and how serious it was. There were even comments about the movie not meeting everyone's expectations and that it was oversold.

Recently, the actor was given another chance to speak and talk about the criticism of the movie; he stated that the movie had a lot of negative criticisms because Batman vs. Superman was criticized by its tone where in fact, a movie should be criticized by how it was executed.

"It was interesting, that movie, because it was judged not necessarily on execution so much as on its tone. People seemed to want to have a lighter tone to the movie, and I thought that was interesting because it's subjective. Tone is not a qualitative thing. It's subjective, right? Some tones resonate with me that might not with you."

The Batman V Superman star was also asked about what he thought of the movie and he answered that the movie was close to the Frank Miller book (The Dark Knight Returns) in which he thinks it was great.

"I'm glad that so many people went and so many people liked the movie. It worked out. I loved it." Affleck added.

Although the movie received so many negative criticism and bad reviews about it being too serious, Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice made an amount of $873 million worldwide still giving it the title of one of the most successful movies that DC comics have ever made.

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