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Old 02-09-2014, 12:48 PM   #804
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Default Re: Where does most of TDK's critisism come from?

Originally Posted by milost View Post
Well it doesn't help when Zimmer is scoring them all now. I thought it was so odd when he was announced for ASM2. Batman, Superman, Batman and Superman, Spider-Man now too?

I don't know about other people, but I'm sort of burned out by these superhero/comic book films. I mean, I'll always be there for Batman, but even that feels like it's been burnt out. It's not a Marvel or DC thing either, but all of them as a whole. After Guardians in the Galaxy and phase 2 wraps up, it's like "what else is there"? It just feels like too much to me. Part of me was really pumped about Batman vs. Superman, I've wanted to see that depiction on film. Now that other comic book characters are being shoved into it on a whim now, I don't know.

I feel comic book movies out. I got my Batman, 7 fold. I got Superman 6 fold. Spider-Man 5 fold. So many iterations of Wolverine, er, I mean the X-Men. I saw the likes of Iron Man, I experienced a well planned team up franchise with Marvel's Avengers. Cap is getting the recognition he deserves. The unfilmmable graphic novels like Watchmen have happened. I don't know. I know I won't get any sympathy on a message board like this where Hype is key, but I just feel like, "eh, whatever".
Dude, i feel the same. Im getting burnt out. The only thing that excites me is the Batman angle. Because i feel like ive never seen that Batman, that suit, the age, the different version of Grayson, Jeremy f'n Irons (come on now!), the drones in Gotham, the sci-fi/3D Batman. It's cool. But the rest of it? It's been moving too fast, and the ideas are running out. Once this decade ends, i just dont know what else there is to do. At least with Batman i still have some ideas like a disturbing horror Batman with monsters and freaks.

"Lets make one thing very clear here - Nolan's films are as faithful an adaptation as there is. It pays homage to its source material, remains true to its characters and above all else places the story first and foremost." - jmc
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