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Old 10-01-2012, 09:31 PM   #24
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Default Re: How close should a comic book movie be to its source material?

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Originally Posted by terry78 View Post
This is one of those things that can never be answered. Nolan changed a lot of stuff and got praised, yet stuff has been changed before and gotten blasted. It depends on whether or not we like the director, to be honest.
In Nolan's case I think he struck the right balance by drawing substantially from the source material and incorporating it into the story he was telling. He paid homage while still augmenting it for his own purposes.

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