It's like with Ghostbusters 2016 or Battlefield 5. People become too invested and obsessed. I couldn't really care less what these companies do with their IP. If it doesn't look like something I want to see it, I won't see it. If I don't want to play it, I won't play it. What a concept.
uziq wrote:i honestly have no time for people who make serious critiques of comic franchise movies or express disappointment at their ‘direction’. reminds me of star wars nerds. that shit never was good, it never was art, it was never anything more than an entertaining space opera to extract maximal cash. being disappointed that your giant franchise isn’t being scrupulous about artistic values and integrity seems slightly misplaced.
unnamednewbie13 wrote:I do think the focus on plugging all these comic book movies into some IKEA timeline in some way hobbles their individuality. It would probably be awkward for Wonder Woman to sit at the pompous Justice League table with Batman and Superman after she spent a vacation beheading rapist soldiers at some military occupation.
uziq wrote:btw, spike lee’s movies aren’t great but they’re better than that asinine wonder woman shit you’re into.
Only maladjusted adults and teenagers really get into the anti-SJW stuff. They should be ignored.
To be fair it's hard to blame someone for anti-SJW stuff when SJW makes posts about torturing animals or something.
Reviews are coming in for the Captain marvel movie and they are not good. Interestingly this is one of the very few comic book movies I actually will go and see. I like the fact that a woman is finally getting the lead in a comic book movies.
Did you miss the whole Wonder WOMAN thing?
I'll be going to see it anyway.
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