The method to Netflix’s Marvel shows up to this point- with Daredevil Season One and Jessica Jones, has been fairly systematic, at least in regards to how it handles a villain. You spend three or four episodes, mention the baddie offhandedly, reference his baddieness, and then, boom, fourth episode has the baddie reveal and you bask in the awesome. Daredevil Season 2, however, decides to dispense with the pleasantries and instead jumps right into it.
Dawn of Justice isn’t necessarily what one would define as bad. The problem, though, is that it’s not in any way, shape, or form good. It’s this completely nebulous thing. This isn’t like Ant-Man where it’s just aggressively mediocre. That’s not it, either. It seems to be none of these things and, yet, all of them at once.