Dave Galanter
December 1st 1969 - December 12th 2020
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Jer

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Posted: Fri Aug 03, 2007 at 10:03:56 pm EDT
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> If there was going to be a director to do this film [...]

My #1 choice would be Christopher Nolan, who directed both my favorite movie of all time (Memento) and my favorite comic book movie of all time (Batman Begins), among others (Following, Insomnia, The Prestige). He always makes intelligent, thoughtful films, and I love his visual style.

A John Woo Black Panther movie could also be pretty interesting, if a bit more visceral and over the top.

- Jer

> > If there was going to be a director to do this film [...]
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> My #1 choice would be Christopher Nolan, who directed both my favorite movie of all time (Memento) ...

I remember you bringing up this movie a while ago. I searched IMDB for the plot synopsis and it looks very interesting. I think I may check this out soon.

> and my favorite comic book movie of all time (Batman Begins)...

Although Batman Begins was my favorite Batman movie hands down and is in my Top 10 Comics Movies List, it still was not towards the top of my list. It was very good, but overall did not have a comic book feel to it. I like my comics movies to be fun first and have some sheen (great special effects, a la Matrix, in an open and bright setting to make it visually believable, a la "Spiderman 2". I know Gotham is supposed to be dark, but it just took away from the overall appeal of the movie to me.) If the movie is intelligent in its writing or screenplay, all the more better, but it has to be fun and/or incredibly action-packed for me first.



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