Name: Cesar Rodriguez
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September 10, 2012 10:38 pm Haha see i remember once Conor was saying how much he loves san diego comic con cor the warm weather and i told him he wouldnt feel the same way if he lived here. Now hes getting it.
July 21, 2012 1:35 am Catwoman is my favorite character, and I've been thinking about what it is that bugged me about her in this movie. You know what, I think I just find Anne Hathaway really obnoxious. Seriously, I couldnt stand her in Rachel Getting Married, and even in interviews for this film I found myself wincing and just thinking "I just hope this isnt how your Selina really acts". Yep, I guess I sort of hate Hathaway maybe? Which is a shame because I thought the character was written ALMOST perfectly, but I also didn't really buy the fact that Bruce would be into her even though she stole his mothers pearls, woah woah woah you dont do that, and then leads him to getting the shit kicked out of him by Bane. And he still has a thing for her? I dont know, theres a big leap in logic there. Also, no whip? WHAT. THE. FUCK.
July 21, 2012 1:17 am @halik That also bugged the hell out of me but it's actually something that happened just as much in Dark Knight. Think of all the times that Joker killed someone, like when he slit Gambles mouth, or when he shot the cop with a shotgun, I know there are a few other moments too but I really feel like Nolans films are WAY too tame. I'm not asking for gore, but in PG13 film, he CAN show way more than he does, whats he afraid of?
July 20, 2012 7:15 am I'm not so sure John Blake was a new Robin, I think he's Jason Todd. Think back to him telling his origin, its almost exactly like Jasons, plus the fact that he was a hot head. Call me crazy but I'm thinking he was totally Jason. Anyway, I do have several gripes with the film, but overall it was a satisfying conclusion to a great trilogy. Tom Hardy was obviously the standout, he was just so badass as Bane. Just as I had always imagined the character. Unfortunately, while my favorite character Catwoman was definitely written well, I just didn't buy Anne Hathaway as her. She just doesn't have the presence of a survivor who grew up on the mean streets of Gotham. The costume took some getting used to, but I just don't feel she was as bad ass as how I see the character on the pages or in my head. Also, some of the supporting characters got shortend, Alfred leaves Wayne Manor and you dont see him for half the film, and then Gordon gets shot is reduced to being in bed for most of the film until the end. What a shame.
July 7, 2012 12:59 am I like that Superman ditched those stupid boots for converse sneakers, they just seem more 'Superman/Clark' to me. Also, ive got a pair too so thats awesome.
July 7, 2012 12:58 am I dont know about this, on the one hand I am so glad Winnick is leaving since I felt his characterization of my favorite character was so superficial and cheesecake and did not do the character justice, whereas Anna Nocenti is a female writer who just so happens to have written one of my favorite Daredevil runs ever. But... she is writing Green Arrow right now, and she has very little knowledge of Catwoman? This go could either way, it might be another train wreck or it could end up being a big surprise.
June 23, 2012 12:33 am I actually think a lot of DC properties would be better suited to computer animated films instead of live action. Think of The Incredibles, only if it was actually based off a comic. Properties like Metal Men and especially Shazam could bring amazing results if done with a light hearted family friendly tone as opposed to the dark and grim tone that WB seems to want to push on all their films(Im looking at you Man of Steel).
June 14, 2012 6:47 pm Yep, my thoughts exactly. There were way too many things about that book that I just couldnt wrap my head around(also, HOW was Joker released in the first place?!?!) that I've preferred to just erase it from my memory. I think the only people who loved that book were people who loved Nolan version so much they wanted that version in the comics.
June 14, 2012 6:37 pm Am I the only who actually enjoys the Stallone film? I mean lets get something straight, it isn't a smart movie by any means, its not even a great movie, but its just a whole lot of fun. I cant help but enjoy all the excitement, violence, and never quite understanding what the hell Stallone is yelling about in the film. Its a guilty pleasure.
June 13, 2012 6:32 am Good god DC, GET IT TOGETHER! They seem to just keep playing musical chairs with Superman right now. Honestly, I think they are total idiots for removing Paul Cornell. The dude was having so much fun with Lex In Action Comics a year ago and when he finally got to write Superman he was forced into a horrible crossover and then the reboot happened. Anyone who has read Captain Britain knows that he is the perfect writer for an epic sci fi superhero comic that we all want in Superman, I just dont understand why DC hasn't changed this.