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Subj: Re: My list is quite a bit different from yours...
Posted: Sat Feb 10, 2018 at 11:43:43 am EST (Viewed 142 times)
Reply Subj: My list is quite a bit different from yours...
Posted: Sat Feb 10, 2018 at 09:08:56 am EST (Viewed 167 times)
Quote:20. JLA. Just fell kind of flat.
I gave my full review here on the JLA board:
Quote:21. Batman v. Superman: The first 3/4 was 'meh', but the inclusion of Doomsday actually pissed me off. Not making the DOS a whole movie unto itself is almost unforgivable. Should have ended long before it did...
Yeah, that was really a lost opportunity making Doomsday a 15-minute villain.
Quote:I'll also note that I think the Batman trilogy was pretty good, though I have a lower opinion of some of them than others...I think Batman Begins was actually the best of the three, and the DK with the Joker should have ended earlier, went on too long...it WOULD be my favorite of the three if it had ended earlier...
BATMAN BEGINS was my favorite too of the trilogy. THE DARK KNIGHT just has so many plot holes and plot contrivances starting with how omniscient the Joker is. With every one of the Joker's plots, if one of a dozen things went wrong, all variables out of his control, his plots would not have worked. Definitely, DC movies would look much better if you included the Nolan films, but they're not part of the DCEU. But if you're going to include the Nolan films, you'd also have to include the execrable GREEN LANTERN, which I'd rank even below BvS. Wow, that movie was bad, so bad that DC needed to give the character more breathing space and leave him out of Justice League.
Quote:I also want to state that while they don't hold up from a CGI perspective, I still really like the Toby McGuire Spider Man movies...they were well done, well acted, and did a good job with the villains.
Yep, the Sam Raimi-Tobey Maguire SPIDER-MANs were good movies. I even think the third one is underrated. It was a little campy and Topher Grace was a poor Venom, but Venom had great look, Sandman mostly worked, and Harry Osborn coming to the rescue and tag teaming with Spider-Man in the final battle was entertaining.
THE POWER OF EMPATHY IN THE MCU: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zy1zKcddbNk
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