If it's crap ... We'll tell you
I mean. i love ALMOST all comic book movies. to see a character you love on screen in some fashion is amazing to me.
Iron Man 2
X-Men: The Last Stand
The Punisher (2004)
Both Fantastic 4 movies
Im just usually happy with what i get. i like to be positive about CBMs instead of crying over them. You can tell me i have bad taste in movies, but in all honesty, i think im just a huge fan, and that i appreciate someones hard work to make characters come to life.
I mean. i love ALMOST all cheeses. to see a cheese you love on display in some fashion is amazing to me.
Im just usually happy with what i get. i like to be positive about cheeses instead of crying over them. You can tell me i have bad taste in cheeses, but in all honesty, i think im just a huge fan, and that i appreciate someones hard work to make cheeses come to life.
... So how long have you been working for the Communists?
Why do you damned reds gotta hate on freedom so much!?
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I don't believe it, an entire post from Iron Man where all the pictures match, and are related to the actual text.
I can't say I like any of those movies, the best up there is probably Iron Man 2. But it's ok that you get enjoyment out of them, no one is telling you that you can't. I try to be positive, hoping to go see the next great comic book/superhero movie, but if it isn't strong then I'm not going to lie because hard work was put into it. I'm sure Uwe Boll works hard on all of his movies, but that doesn't mean that I have to enjoy them.
The reason Comic book movies are under such strict scrutiny is because comic book readers are usually fanatical types who think they are smarter than everyone else, and are also extremely protective of the material.(because in many cases it's all they have) Personally I'm kind of in the middle I have some comic books that I'm protective over, and want to see done right like the watchmen,(I think ZS did an amazing job by the way) but most of the time I take comic book movies with a grain of salt, and except them for what they are. I can't believe you don't have Batman Begins, or the Dark Knight on your list Nolan really bumped up the bar for the genre.
I don't understand the ZS hate some people (LEOG) have. Watchmen, judged as a movie, is a pretty good movie. If you compare it to the comic (judge it as an adaptation) it is bad, but that has more to do with the comic being amazing than the movie actually being bad.
I think some people were disappointed because Snyder changed entire sections, and left some characters out all together, but I wasn't looking for a copy so I wasn't let down. I just wanted an entertaining/coherent film featuring the Watchmen characters, and the overall plot from the novel, and I think that is exactly what I got. Oh yeah, Jackie Earl Haley, and Jeffery Dean Morgan nailed Rorschach, and the Comedian.
I seriously don't get how the movie was bad, someone explain that to me... it portrayed the novel perfect except from the fact that they left out Tales of the Black Frighter and the death of Hollis Mason which you can see in the deleted scenes by the way. And for the slo-mo shots and sometimes out of place music... that's nitpicks which I think people should be able to overlook, the only out of place soundtrack that really bothered me was 99 Luft Ballons which on the other hand made the scene look funny as hell!
Regarding the ending it had the exact same meaning to it, and made more sense than the giant squid if you ask me.