Evan Crean’s review published on Letterboxd:
You can piss in a jar and call it Granny's Peach Tea, but I'm not buying it Zack Snyder.
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice is painfully bad. It's such a slog that watching all two and a half bloated hours is a draining emotional experience. It's poorly directed, murkily shot, shittily edited, and makes almost no sense. Everything about it is forced, including its reasons for Batman and Superman feuding with each other, and all of its setup for future Justice League movies. There are really only two worthwhile things about it. First, are the performances by Jeremy Irons, and Gal Gadot as Alfred and Wonder Woman. Their takes on these characters are a much needed breath of fresh air in this stale, soulless picture. And second, is Wonder Woman's integration as a character. She's weaved into the story well and presents a positive version of the character that's not only strong, but smarter than her male colleagues. Aside from those two aspects of the movie, there's nothing else worth your time in this jar of Granny's Peach Tea.