Re: Tdk vs Avengers
I prefer a film that elevates the genre and shows that both the films and the comic book medium that they come from can be as diverse as any medium of entertainment (The Dark Knight)
Some others might prefer a stale, generic cluster***** that does nothing new and is produced by con artists that make others think they're doing anything unique or difficult (which The Avengers is neither).
If the world ever does suffer a massive, apocalyptic cataclysm, let's hope that all records of Marvel's entire filmography will be one of the things that justifiably goes up in smoke.
"We'll never see Day-Lewis and Kubrick, we'll never see Kurosawa and Eastwood, but we have officially seen Bale and Nolan, a cinematic dream pairing come to life!"