Dawn Of Justice Review – Copy Blu-ray/DVD version

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice is a 2016 American superhero film featuring the DC Comics characters Batman and Superman. It is the first live-action film to feature both Batman and Superman, as well as the first theatrical film to feature live-action portrayals of Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Cyborg and the Flash.

The movie was very long, as long as TFA if I were to make a comparison. It didn’t drag though; every minute of the film was used effectively.

Performances were all great. Jesse Eisenberg as Lex is way more complex than what the trailers show. By the end of the film, you will HATE him, but at the same time, you can’t help admire how capable this guy is.

Ben Affleck as Bruce/Batman is definitely the standout performance. I was surprised/scared how different he became when he put the mask on. This Batman will come across as a villain to some viewers; he enjoys inflicting pain on criminals. There was a scene where he was branding a criminal, and he had the biggest smile on his face. I don’t know how fans will react to that, but I felt it worked with this version of the character.

Everyone else was great too, even the new supporting characters played by Jena Malone and Scoot McNairy. Jena Malone plays a crippled Barbara Gordon. She doesn’t have much screentime, but she does make a Killing Joke reference about an amusement park incident involving her now retired father. Scoot is playing Jimmy Olsen who was injured during the events of Man of Steel. He does not blame Superman like the others, but supports him and views him as a hero. He has a popular blog about Superman.

The third act was mindblowing. The Doomsday reveal in the trailer is just the tip of the iceberg. There is a lot of action, and I loved every moment of it. The first and second acts are the “Batman v Superman” parts of the movie, while the third act is entirely “Dawn of Justice.” You will see a fully assembled Justice League by the end of the film.

All in all, BvS is the greatest comic book movie since The Dark Knight, and I think it deserves you to purchase its Blu-ray/DVD versions.

Note: You may pre-order Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Blu-ray/DVD now on Amazon.

How to Backup Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Blu-ray/DVD?

For some Blu-ray/DVD collectors, they get used to backup their Blu-ray/DVD discs so that they can enjoy the movies without the worry about scratching the discs. Through creating copy of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Blu-ray/DVD, you can watch the movies on your iPhone SE, iPhone 6S, iPad Pro 9.7/12.9, iPad Mini 4, iPad Air 3, Galaxy S7, Sony Xperia X, Surface Pro 4, etc even though these portable devices don’t have the Blu-ray/DVD drive.

Pavtube ByteCopy for Windows/Mac can remove AACS and CSS in Blu-ray/DVD disc and other similar protections built-in discs to prevent straight-up copying. It can 1:1 backup Blu-ray/DVD with the same video structure and convert Blu-ray/DVD to H.265, M3U8, MKV, AVI, MP4, etc in original video quality.

Besides, it also can allows users to adjust video/audio size, codec, frame rate, channel, etc and trim video footage/crop unwanted area in Blu-ray/DVD videos. You even can add external subtitle to Blu-ray/DVD movies and extract srt subtitle, FLAC, WMA, MP4 pure audio from Blu-ray/DVD movies.

With it, you can backup any your Blu-ray/DVD movies, like Spectre 007, Hannibal, Tomorrowland, Carol, Star Wars, Mad Max: Fury Road, The Revenant, Brooklyn, The Big Short, Room, Spotlight, etc.

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Steps to Backup Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice and Other Blu-ray/DVD movies

Step 1: Load Blu-ray/DVD

Launch ByteCopy, click “Load Disc” button to browse to disc drive for loading Disc-based The Revenant. If you are loading Blu-ray disc, you will need an external Blu-ray disc drive. You can keep forced subtitles in the below of the chapter list by tick “Forced Subtitle”

Step 2: Choose output file format

Click “Format” bar, from its drop-down option, select Plex acceptable format from “HD Video” > “H.264 HD Video(*.mp4)” to output which is also supported by TV/Tablet/PC/iPad

Tip:
1. If you just want to digital your Blu-ray/DVD for more convenient organization and management, you also can choose to full disc copy Blu-ray/DVD or main title copy.

2. If you want to add external srt subtitle to your Blu-ray/DVD movies, just open “Video Editor” window, click the “Subtitle” tab, then you can online downloaded external *.srt or *.ass/*.ssa subtitle-files to the video as hard subtitles.

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