For traveler Divyakshi Gupta, photographing the doors of India is a favorite pastime.
“For them, as for all of us, really, everyday experience is inextricable from gravity.” At Terrain.org, Patrick Madden writes on physics and the double meaning of gravity in a life-changing event.
I really enjoyed this movie. A darker tale of heroes and the burning question raised in the Watchmen… who watches or polices the c. It’s not a film for everyone, if you are an Avengers fan then you probably won’t like it, as I was told by many Avengers fans. For me however the Avengers movies, Iron Man and Captain America movies all have one thing in common, they are all the same movie and nothing distinguishes them or sets them apart from each other. Going back to BvS I gotta say Wonder Woman was fantastic!
Now that Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice has all but concluded its box office run, attention has turned to the impending home media release. Warner Bros. will make the film available on Digital HD starting June 28, before the physical Blu-ray hits retailers on July 19. The biggest selling point for it is the existence of the infamous R-rated “Ultimate Edition,” which adds roughly 30 minutes to the run time and ideally provides clarity on some of the film’s more muddled elements and subplots. The studio has been pushing the extended version since Batman V Superman first opened in theaters, so they’re obviously hoping it can improve the movie’s poor reputation.
Recently, Dawn of Justice cinematographer Larry Fong seemed to dash those dreams, taking to Twitter to suggest that the Ultimate Edition wouldn’t change any minds about the final product. But after another viewing of the film, Fong is convinced that even those who disliked the theatrical cut will find something to enjoy.