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R.G.’s review published on Letterboxd:
This review may contain spoilers.
“No one stays good in this world.”
“You are my world.”
Lois, in Clark’s room, gazing up at model planets standing in for a home world.
Clark, taking the ferry to Gotham.
Bruce, looking at his alter ego.
Diana, pitying a boy born with no natural inclination to share.
A son falling to his knees before his mother’s image.
Another son haunted by memories of fallen houses and ancestral hunters.
Adoptive fathers who worry about their phantom grandsons.
Major metropolitan newspapers that can barely afford a bicycle, let alone a chopper.
Their chief who insists nobody cares about Clark Kent taking on the Batman.
Gala waiters who watch Jon Stewart with their feet up.
A newspaperman noting a political cartoon taped to a Gotham police precinct desk.
The sublimely detailed mundane world of gods and men.