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  • Wallace Spray Painting "False God" on a Statue of Superman on Random Grimmest, Darkest Things in Batman v. Superman

    (#18) Wallace Spray Painting "False God" on a Statue of Superman

    For whatever reason, Wallace gets the short end of the stick in Batman v. Superman. Whenever he shows up, you know it's going to be depressing. In a deliberate evocation of Vietnam protests, the legless Wallace pulls himself out of his wheelchair to spray paint "FALSE GOD" on a statue of Superman - a crime that carries an oddly weighty sentence. 
  • Knyazev Threatening to Burn Martha Kent's Face Off on Random Grimmest, Darkest Things in Batman v. Superman

    (#14) Knyazev Threatening to Burn Martha Kent's Face Off

    When Knyazev is holding Martha Kent hostage, he reveals that if Superman doesn't kill Batman is by burning her face off, the kindly widow's face will be burned off. Does that feel a little too Eli Roth to anyone else?
  • Doomsday Bone-Stabbing Superman on Random Grimmest, Darkest Things in Batman v. Superman

    (#10) Doomsday Bone-Stabbing Superman

    So super extra SPOILER ALERT!!!! In order to defeat Doomsday, Superman has to drive a spear made from pure Kryptonite into the creature's heart. While doing so he not only harms himself with the Kryptonite, but he also ends up impaled on a giant sharpened bone. To finish the job and kill the monster, Superman has to allow the bone to squeeze through his body, killing him in the process. It's not an easy moment for the squeamish and will almost certainly leave kids with vivid nightmares for years to come. 
  • Martha Kent Being (Sexually?) Assaulted on Random Grimmest, Darkest Things in Batman v. Superman

    (#5) Martha Kent Being (Sexually?) Assaulted

    In order to get Superman to fight Batman, Lex Luthor enlists his goons to kidnap Martha Kent and take grainy, Se7en-style Polaroids of her being assaulted while someone writes the word "WITCH" on her head.
  • A Suicide Bomber Blows Up a Senate Hearing on Random Grimmest, Darkest Things in Batman v. Superman

    (#1) A Suicide Bomber Blows Up a Senate Hearing

    At one point, Superman attends a Senate hearing on the legality of his actions, and a suicide bomber paid by Lex Luthor sets off a bomb and kills everyone (except Supes) while also destroying a federal building. One of the reasons that the scene feels so dark is because it's not just something from a movie where guys in tights punch each other, it's an atrocity that everyone hears about all too regularly. Oh, and it's all made worse by the fact that Luthor's calling card is a mason jar full of urine.
  • A Building Falls on Wallace O'Keefe's Legs on Random Grimmest, Darkest Things in Batman v. Superman

    (#17) A Building Falls on Wallace O'Keefe's Legs

    Wallace Keefe is a security guard at one of Wayne Industry's buildings that was cut down by General Zod's World Engine. Not only did a steel beam fall on his legs, but his injury is shown in fairly graphic detail as he's dragged away. Dawn of Justice doesn't present a promising depiction of recovery, either, following Wallace through bitter squalor into (maybe inadvertent) suicide bombing.

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As you can know from the movie title, Batman v. Superman is a 2016 American superhero film based on the DC Comics characters Batman and Superman. It is a sci-fi action movie produced by Warner Bros. Pictures. It revolves around the escalating conflict between Batman and Superman. This movie is generally well-received for its music and script, but it did not achieve the expected success.

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