Originally Posted by DarthSkywalker
That Taylor had disputes over what was and wasn't cut, the comedy and composer, I'd say they were hands on. That is the very definition of hands-on.
With TDW it isn't that they didn't find the right guy to direct. It is that we will never know, because Marvel wouldn't stop touching. The script situation is the biggest red flag you can have. It was the "Marvel" vision, not Taylor's.
Now I am not saying they don't have the right to do that, and in some cases such things help a production. But that isn't hands off.
I have said it before and I will say it again, why even hire the GoT guy if you arent going to let him do his thing?
Just doesnt make sense to me, and the movie was the poorer for it.
2016 movie ratings out of 10:
1)Captain America: Civil War-9(2)Deadpool-9(3)Star Wars: Rogue One-8.5(4)X-Men: Apocalypse-8.5(5)Dr. Strange-8.5(6)The Revenant-8(7)Star Trek Beyond-8.5(8)Jason Bourne-8(9)The Shallows-8(10)Batman v Superman DOJ: UC-8(11)10 Cloverfield Lane-7.5(12)Jack Reacher: Never Go Back-7.5(13)TMNT: Out Of The Shadows-7(14)Suicide Squad-7(15)Batman v Superman: DOJ-7(16)Tarzan-6(17)Independence Day: Resurgance-5