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Subj: Not sure they are...
Posted: Tue Jan 16, 2018 at 04:19:16 pm EST (Viewed 37 times)
Reply Subj: Why Can't Marvel Do A Good FF Movie, What About The Team Is So Difficult?
Posted: Tue Dec 26, 2017 at 11:43:49 am EST (Viewed 131 times)

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The new FF movie was recently on, and I heard that it was SOOO terrible that I just couldn't even bring myself to check it out to see for myself if it was true. The previous two movies didn't exactly set the world on fire either, and people didn't seem to care for them. Marvel has done such a good job with their movies, and it seems like they've managed to get pretty much every other character and property "Right." except for the FF. The Avengers, Thor, X-Men, Cap, even Ant-Man was a success. Yet they can't seem to get the FF. What gives, and can anything be done at this point? Should they not even bother with a reboot? For me, when I saw the preview and heard that they weren't using anything from the comics, I knew that it wasn't going to be as good as the other movies and properties (Although I didn't expect it to bomb to the extent that it did.).

it is all about how they are approached. At this point they are sort of damaged goods. The approach to the team was not horrible the first time but was made very tongue in cheek, not talking about the Corman movie here. The most recent was just a mess of a movie.

At this point, it is best to skip the origin. If Marvel has the rights again than they should introduce them in other movies. Need to talk to somebody in the know and Tony is not around, go to Reed. Things like that.

They are likable and their villains are pretty great and important to the Marvel Universe on the whole.

It is all about presentation. A bad movie could have been made out of any of the Marvel Studios films. Really, before those one could argue that most comic book movies were bad and the good ones were the exception rather than the rule.

The same problem with those movies is the problem with the FF movies really. They made the movie but it is not entirely clear that the filmmakers cared. It felt very color by numbers and lost the soul. That is a generality, but it seems to be true.




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