Re: Will this really be a better film?
Originally Posted by S. Grundy
That's how the X-Men movies, they like to stick to the same visual aesthetics for all the movies.
Vaughn's was different, no doubt aided by the period setting. It was also a lot more bright and comic booky, which worked to the films advantage.
Alan Moore on comics:
They've lost a lot of their original innocence, and they can't get that back. And, they're stuck, it seems, in this kind of depressive ghetto of grimness and psychosis. I'm not too proud of being the author of that regrettable trend.