The Onion's Review of 'Batman V. Superman' Relentlessly Trolls the Movie

The reviews for the brand new DC film Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice have been unforgiving to say the least.

It seems like almost every critic is painting the film with negativity for the majority of their reviews. The Onion went about their review in a different manner.

The Onion used one of their top critics, Peter K. Rosenthal and placed him in a video that pretty much trolls the existence of the film. In his review, Rosenthal compares Batman and Superman's incessant bickering to that of his own childhood memories of his parents.

Rosenthal said that the film coaxed him into calling his father, something he hadn't done in years. He asked his father to get back together with his mother, to which his father simply hung up the phone.

Batman V. Superman is without a doubt one of the most anticipated films of 2016. It was especially exciting because it comes in a year where there will be no comic book fan left thirsty for movies around some of the most beloved characters.

The brutal reviews it has been receiving is almost unnerving for those who have yet to see the film. We really aren't sure what to think about The Onion's review, but one thing is for sure, you'll get a pretty damn good laugh out of it.

Check out The Onion's review of Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice in the video below.

Watch The Onion Review of Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice

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