While critics remain forcibly tight-lipped, fans react to Batman v Superman New York premiere

Hey, at least we know why we haven't heard from one, not even one!, critic regarding "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice." 

Critics are embargoed until 6 p.m. Tuesday night, March 21, according to ComicBook.com. 

The Sun, a United Kingdom-based publication, posted a spoiler-free review of the film thanks to writer Emma Gritt. Gritt wrote: 

The intensity of the insanely long film is achieved with special effects, plot twists, geeky references and the volume being turned up to eleven from start to finish,” wrote Emma Gritt of The Sun. “While die-hard DC Comic devotees might be punching the air as the Justice League are teasingly introduced, the average film fan may be left scratching their head. Overall Zac Snyder’s Batman v Superman blockbuster is an emotionally charged punch-up — but it’s newcomer Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman who really steals the show.
— Emma Gritt

Not all good news, but not all bad. It's safe to say that we knew our mind-brains were going to be special effected the shit out. I mean, it is a Zack Snyder flick. 

The tweets compiled by ComicBook.com seem really fan-boy-and-girl-ish to me so take them with a gross grain of salt. 

Anybody else find this dude's (^) response a little creepy. Screw a big crowd, man, what in the hell are you talking about. 

Carl Poppa is feeling BvS. 

Not that the critics reaction is the say-all-end-all, but I feel safe in saying that their reviews, reactions and words will be much more concisely thought out and thought-provoking. Check back with the Court of Nerds tomorrow night as I'll round-up those first waves of critic reviews. 

Check back Friday morning for our official review. If you see us out at Celebration! North in Grand Rapids on Thursday night, come say hi!