Batman v Superman is by far the greatest film I have ever seen. The deconstruction of DC's trinity, the three most famous super heroes of all time, Batman, Superman & Wonder Woman, changed my perspective into what a Comic Book Movie can be. Dawn of Justice is a Redemption Arc movie. In an industry where you get origin stories quite often, Batman v Superman grants you with a story where you meet your three characters at their lowest, in order to witness their growth as the movie plays in. Superman's sacrifice is the inspiration that brings Batman back from the dark, from his blind rage, and the act that challenges Wonder Woman into returning to Mankind after witnessing a century of horrors.
This is a Tragedy, an Epic film, where director Zack Snyder places us in "the real world," having Humanity questioning whether or not Superman, the man larger than life, is a Messiah or the Devil himself. And he does a Magnificent job by having Lex Luthor as the puppeteer controlling and manipulating our heroes, but also having him underestimate the women of the movie, as Senator Finch and Lois Lane manage to see through his facade, and that ends up with my favorite reporter solving the case on LexCorp's involvement in the Capitol's bombing and the massacre in Nairobi. I am beyond grateful that Zack Snyder and Amy Adams brought meaning to the character of Lois Lane, by having her do something significant besides being Superman's girlfriend and damsel in distress. Lois Lane is more than that. She's a journalist and on par with Superman when it comes to defeating Clark's enemies in these movies.