Batman v Superman: No Justice chops fat from Zack Snyder's superhero epic

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Apr 4, 2017

Looking for a leaner, meaner version of Zack Snyder's Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice? We've got just the slimmed-down cut to satisfy your cravings with this chopped and dropped fan edit of last spring's superhero clash titled Batman v Superman: No Justice.

While Warner Bros. heaped on the violence and needless scenes for its R-rated Batman v Superman: Ultimate Edition (stuffing another half-hour into an already bloated movie to tip the time scales to 182 minutes) this new, unauthorized re-edit from filmmaker Reece Evans tightens its utility belt and lops off everything that references Wonder Woman, Darkseid, Doomsday and the Justice League.

Narrowing its focus on just the Dark Knight and his brewing battle with the Man of Steel, No Justice shifts the narrative to a more concise storyline, and eliminates superfluous fluff and distracting sub-plot contrivances. It clocks in at a brisk 106 minutes, carving out over an hour of flabby footage. While not perfect by any means or stretch of the imagination, it does offer an interesting new alternative lens to re-examine the film through.

Have a look at all five parts, and tell us if you dig this stripped-bare version any better.

(Via Geek Tyrant)