I won't waste your time with another review of Batman vs Superman. I think if you google a bit, you'll find one or two reviews online. Instead, let's talk about some of the questions that have popped up since the movie came out this weekend.
1) If the production cost for the movie was $250 million, then why does Batman vs Superman need $800 million to break even?
I suspect it's because Time Warner is using the movie's "marketing costs" to cover the debt of other bad projects.
2) Did Disney pay critics to make bad reviews of the movie?
There may have been a passive influence, but I think it's highly unlikely a full blown conspiracy was in the works.
3) Will the bad reviews cause Time Warner to take a different approach with the other movies?
Possibly. Check out this article where James Wan, the director of Aquaman states his movie will have a lighter tone.
4) Finally, will this movie start a backlash against Rotten Tomatoes?
Not likely. While people have accused the site of having reviews that seem to skew towards certain agendas, I think all will be forgiven by the time Civil War comes out, and fans will go back to using the RT scores to (wrongly) justify if a movie is good or not.
Anyway, feel free to use the comments section to add your own questions!