Why do all the negatie reviews compare this to the Gene Wilder version? It's not the same thing. Stop it. Get some help. Sure the tonal shift can be quite jarring, but this is a well crafted story, with incredible visuals, acting and direction.
The premise is literal genius, the way it's developped is incredibly compelling, the acting is great. The only issues I have are some of the stylistic choices (that damn shaky cam). Now my question is: How was this never as big as Hunger Games?
This film blew my mind when I saw it, even tho I was the only one in my family who thought so. Both my parents and my sister thought BvS was better but, as much as it pains me to admit (as a DC fan and a Snyder fan), this is the superior movie.
The perfect starting point for the MCU, and still one of the best movies in that same universe. Thee effects still look amazing and somewhat better than the one from the latest entries, probably thanks to the amount of stuff that was done practically. RDJ is incredible as Tony Stark and I don't think anyone could even replace him in that role.
This movie scared the living cr*p out of me when I first saw it, and as much as a few rewatches made it apparent that it's not as good as the James Wan Conjuring films, it's still far better than the movie that came before it.
I saw this movie in theaters the day it came out and, even after my 4th rewatch, I still enjoyed it a lot. Jim Carrey basically (ehm) carries this movie. The story is pretty basic but it's salvaged by clever jokes, talented actors and awesome action.