Re: Fan Review Thread SPOILERS INSIDE - Part 1
Again, humour is execution dependent. I don't know why IM3 keeps being brought up, the humour in that film was hit and miss. There's nothing wrong with having humour, but it should be in the context of the film not thrown in just for the sake of laughs. I don't have much problem with the humour personally, but there were times it really killed the tension. There comes a point where it can ruin movies because it means the film isn't taking itself seriously.
Fanboys make excuses, real fans acknowledge screw-ups.
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