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Old 10-22-2017, 02:42 PM   #51
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I don't dislike the idea of R-rated superhero films in general, but I think it's become too much of a meme in the online film community. Making a film R-rated doesn't automatically lend more credence to it. I honestly think that fans like the idea of R-rated superhero films because they feel that it validates their hobbies as adult entertainment.
I always thought it was more...
R-rated superhero/action/scifi movies were quite the childhood of certain generations and the only difference was that the violence or language lend itself to that kind of OTT fun. The difference between PG-13 and R was also fairly blurred back then.

Heck, in the case of cbm's, it's barely a validation because the 80s, 90s and 2000s comics seemed to constantly aim for a level of violence
that wouldn't make it into PG-13 adaptations.

Somehow R-rated nowadays in the "genre film" category equates to trying to go outside of the norm.

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Related to film ratings, another unpopular opinion is that I feel like the rating system needs to be revised. I've seen people claim that they need to add a new rating, but I disagree; they just need to make better use of the system they already have.

As it is now:

Inside Out - PG
The Force Awakens - PG-13
Rogue One PG-13

How I'd revise:

Inside Out - G
The Force Awakens - PG
Rogue One PG -13

Most R movies can probably stay where they are, but I feel like more PG-13 movies should be moved to PG, and more PG movies should be moved to G. I find it weird that something like The Force Awakens, which is relatively lighthearted and features mostly cartoon violence shares the same spot with something like Suicide Squad (a movie about criminals that literally has the word "suicide" right in the title). I think that "light" action movies (minimal swearing, stylized violence, little/no sexuality, generally upbeat tone) should be PG, whereas more "heavy" action movies (strong language, grittier violence, overly sexual scenes/humor, heavier/darker themes) should be PG-13. I'd say most Pixar/Disney animated movies should be G.

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It's not a double standard. Bruce Wayne is called out on his hypocritical stance and behavior in ALL THREE of those films and there are fans out there that don't care for that trilogy because of this. It was naturally part of those films' narrative from the beginning not something that was only addressed because there was outrage over it. He's also been called out on the death toll due to his refusal to kill in the comics and other media as well.

"Ignoring what he's done in the past. Blindly, stupidly disregarding the entire graveyards he's filled, the thousands who have suffered, the friends he's crippled. You know, I thought... I thought I'd be the last person you'd ever let him hurt. If it had been you that he beat to a bloody pulp, if he had taken you from this world, I would've done nothing but search the planet for this pathetic pile of evil, death-worshiping garbage and then send him off to hell!"
Ok you lost me a little, I was just talking about MoS and BB specifically. So you're saying that the death in MoS wasn't naturally part of the narrative?

Lets leave the comics and stuff as a separate topic for now.


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I don't dislike the idea of R-rated superhero films in general, but I think it's become too much of a meme in the online film community. Making a film R-rated doesn't automatically lend more credence to it. I honestly think that fans like the idea of R-rated superhero films because they feel that it validates their hobbies as adult entertainment.
Well for me, An R rated film usually means more violence, better drama and more adult humor.
Do I think and R rating will automatically equal a solid movie? No. But I do think I'll be more likely entertained by it. Especially if they're superhero movies like Blade, The Crow, Watchmen, Deadpool and etc. I just enjoy those movie more than I do Superman, Batman, The Avengers, Spider-man and etc.
Alot of heroes and some of their stories, I feel would benefit off an R rating. Like Punisher, Hulk, Daredevil and Wolverine. Movies like Iron Man don't need to be R-Rated but I think some of the stories of this character would absolutely allow themselves to be benefited by an R-Rating if ever adapted to the screen.

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Related to film ratings, another unpopular opinion is that I feel like the rating system needs to be revised. I've seen people claim that they need to add a new rating, but I disagree; they just need to make better use of the system they already have.

As it is now:

Inside Out - PG
The Force Awakens - PG-13
Rogue One PG-13

How I'd revise:

Inside Out - G
The Force Awakens - PG
Rogue One PG -13

Most R movies can probably stay where they are, but I feel like more PG-13 movies should be moved to PG, and more PG movies should be moved to G. I find it weird that something like The Force Awakens, which is relatively lighthearted and features mostly cartoon violence shares the same spot with something like Suicide Squad (a movie about criminals that literally has the word "suicide" right in the title). I think that "light" action movies (minimal swearing, stylized violence, little/no sexuality, generally upbeat tone) should be PG, whereas more "heavy" action movies (strong language, grittier violence, overly sexual scenes/humor, heavier/darker themes) should be PG-13. I'd say most Pixar/Disney animated movies should be G.
In no way would those Pixar/Disney animated movies be conceived in the same ballpark as the Tinker Bell movies.

That sets the standards back than they already do,
which I found illuminating through comparing three John Hughes' flicks, The Breakfast Club, Ferris Bueller's Day Off, and Sixteen Candles.

PG-13 as it's currently commonly used is for the widest audience possible.
The same applies for PG with animated features.

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I liked Blade Runner 2049 more than Blade Runner.

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Ok you lost me a little, I was just talking about MoS and BB specifically. So you're saying that the death in MoS wasn't naturally part of the narrative?

Lets leave the comics and stuff as a separate topic for now.
This is exactly what I am saying. The death and destruction in Man of Steel was done in the service of the visuals not the narrative to the point where it does a disservice to the core character its trying to tell a story about. The third act of Man of Steel is textbook disaster porn which would be fine if this wasn't a Superman film. Snyder was more concerned with showing us "cool *****" rather than making the film make sense in the context of the character.

The sequel handles these elements in the most on the nose "you whined about it so we're going to address it" way possible which is insulting to the audience.

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I liked Blade Runner 2049 more than Blade Runner.
I actually don't think this is going to be that unpopular of an opinion as time passes because while I prefer the original's final cut, I think 2049 had a much better story in the end.

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2049 is much modern in its pacing. The original film is difficult to sit through sometimes.

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This is exactly what I am saying. The death and destruction in Man of Steel was done in the service of the visuals not the narrative to the point where it does a disservice to the core character its trying to tell a story about. The third act of Man of Steel is textbook disaster porn which would be fine if this wasn't a Superman film. Snyder was more concerned with showing us "cool *****" rather than making the film make sense in the context of the character.

The sequel handles these elements in the most on the nose "you whined about it so we're going to address it" way possible which is insulting to the audience.

Ok, I'm clear now but I don't agree at all. I don't get how it didn't make sense to you and how you think it didn't fit into the narrative.

Also, if something like that is insulting to an audience than maybe they should grow some backbone cuz thats a hilarious reason to be offended in my opinion. hahaha! I mean that's pretty childish, don't you think?

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Ok, I'm clear now but I don't agree at all. I don't get how it didn't make sense to you and how you think it didn't fit into the narrative.

Also, if something like that is insulting to an audience than maybe they should grow some backbone cuz thats a hilarious reason to be offended in my opinion. hahaha! I mean that's pretty childish, don't you think?
Its not insulting in the sense that it's of offensive. It insults the audience's intelligence. It doesn't fit because this is supposed to be a Superman film and they sacrifice most of what makes that character who he is for the sake of action set pieces. Clark Kent in MOS is 33 years old. He has had more than enough time to explore and grasp his abilities including his genius level intellect. All of that got thrown out the window because Zack Snyder wanted to have a Dragon Ball Z fight in the middle of Metropolis.

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Its not insulting in the sense that it's of offensive. It insults the audience's intelligence. It doesn't fit because this is supposed to be a Superman film and they sacrifice most of what makes that character who he is for the sake of action set pieces. Clark Kent in MOS is 33 years old. He has had more than enough time to explore and grasp his abilities including his genius level intellect. All of that got thrown out the window because Zack Snyder wanted to have a Dragon Ball Z fight in the middle of Metropolis.
So It's insulting to address and deal with an issue that should be addressed and dealt with?... Like is the insulting part how it was handled or that it was brought up at all?

I mean I think Donner's Superman movie is insulting to anybody's intelligence. The way He brought back Lois Lane was just ridiculous. hahaha! But I guess the movie is comedic enough to allow it.

If some one brings a fight to your yard and the odds are against you, I just don't see what genius level intellect would do to prevent you from getting your a$$ beat in your yard? Especially when you have zero fighting experience.

This is why I don't think you've ever been in a fight. When You're not in control of the fight, You don't think straight. When things aren't going your way, You mostly just react trying to do whatever you can to damage someone.

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So It's insulting to address and deal with an issue that should be addressed and dealt with?... Like is the insulting part how it was handled or that it was brought up at all?

I mean I think Donner's Superman movie is insulting to anybody's intelligence. The way He brought back Lois Lane was just ridiculous. hahaha! But I guess the movie is comedic enough to allow it.

If some one brings a fight to your yard and the odds are against you, I just don't see what genius level intellect would do to prevent you from getting your a$$ beat in your yard? Especially when you have zero fighting experience.

This is why I don't think you've ever been in a fight. When You're not in control of the fight, You don't think straight. When things aren't going your way, You mostly just react trying to do whatever you can to damage someone.
It's insulting in how it was handled and that it was only addressed because people complained about it. It's reactionary film making which doesn't work. Suicide Squad is also a testament to this.

Again, the fight against Zod was not relentless. Zod gave Clark more than one opportunity to collect himself and move the fight elsewhere which he should have done because he's supposed to be Superman. No amount of mental gymnastics is going to change that. Whether or not I've been in a fight is painfully irrelevant because I'm not a Jesus allegory Kryptonian. The issues with the Donner version do not magically excuse the issues with Snyder's take on the character. You clearly put more thought into this than Snyder and Goyer did. That alone should be a huge red flag to you.

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Look, I wasn't crazy about BvS either, Mostly cuz I hated Affleck's Catman portrayal but this idea of thinking the movie is insulting simply for "trying" to give the audience what they felt the audience wanted is what I can't grasp.
Suicide Squad was a bad movie but insulting? hahaha! I just don't get that. Like did you really feel disrespected watching it?

Clark moved the fight to space and it was Zod who brought him back down into Earth. This is what you're not getting. When you're an amateur getting your a$$ kicked, you're only mad lucky if you win that fight. And it doesn't matter how smart you are of you can't fight and lack experience fighting.
If you actually take in the fight, the only way Clark could've stopped it, is if he killed Zod sooner rather than later. That's the only way. But the movie made clear that Clark is too sensitive to willingly kill.
It's just a movie, so you're right it is irrelevant but even Jesus couldn't save everybody, Even Jesus struggled with his journey of being a "Savior." Also from what I know about the guy, is that he wasn't a fighter, either. So If that was Jesus protecting people from Zod. The only thing he'd probably do is Shepard the souls of the dead into heaven. Earth would be New Krypton.

hahaha! I didn't bring up Donner's film as an excuse, I brought it up as an example of something that's "Actually" insulting. Donner's movie is something that should offend one's intelligence. That's all.
Both MoS and BvS are like the opposite of this.

I just think they put more thought into it than people like to give them credit for. I mean realistically, Superman should've lost that fight. You got a farm boy fighting a trained soldier, like come on!?! hahaha! The fact that Supes won the fight is more insulting to my intelligence but again, It's a movie, he's the hero and I thought it worked for the film they made.
I mean if you didn't like the movie, cool. Not all movies are for everyone. I just don't get where you get off with the insulting stuff especially when talking about the action in this film specifically. hahaha! but whatever, You feel how you feel.

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Look, I wasn't crazy about BvS either, Mostly cuz I hated Affleck's Catman portrayal but this idea of thinking the movie is insulting simply for "trying" to give the audience what they felt the audience wanted is what I can't grasp.
Suicide Squad was a bad movie but insulting? hahaha! I just don't get that. Like did you really feel disrespected watching it?

Clark moved the fight to space and it was Zod who brought him back down into Earth. This is what you're not getting. When you're an amateur getting your a$$ kicked, you're only mad lucky if you win that fight. And it doesn't matter how smart you are of you can't fight and lack experience fighting.
If you actually take in the fight, the only way Clark could've stopped it, is if he killed Zod sooner rather than later. That's the only way. But the movie made clear that Clark is too sensitive to willingly kill.
It's just a movie, so you're right it is irrelevant but even Jesus couldn't save everybody, Even Jesus struggled with his journey of being a "Savior." Also from what I know about the guy, is that he wasn't a fighter, either. So If that was Jesus protecting people from Zod. The only thing he'd probably do is Shepard the souls of the dead into heaven. Earth would be New Krypton.

hahaha! I didn't bring up Donner's film as an excuse, I brought it up as an example of something that's "Actually" insulting. Donner's movie is something that should offend one's intelligence. That's all.
Both MoS and BvS are like the opposite of this.

I just think they put more thought into it than people like to give them credit for. I mean realistically, Superman should've lost that fight. You got a farm boy fighting a trained soldier, like come on!?! hahaha! The fact that Supes won the fight is more insulting to my intelligence but again, It's a movie, he's the hero and I thought it worked for the film they made.
I mean if you didn't like the movie, cool. Not all movies are for everyone. I just don't get where you get off with the insulting stuff especially when talking about the action in this film specifically. hahaha! but whatever, You feel how you feel.
I was totally insulted by Suicide Squad. They took what should have The Dirty Dozen of Superhero films and turned it into a two hour music video.

The other issue with "Clark is inexperienced" argument is the film goes out of its way to establish that Clark has a better grasp of his abilities than Zod did and there's dialogue that suggests that Zod is highly trained, but they don't do an effective job of actually showing it.

I don't necessarily hate the movie. As a big dumb action movie, its fine. As a cinematic representation of the Superman mythos, it fails that character on almost every level.

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hahaha! It should've been something worth watching for sure.

Being able to do things is not the same as being skilled with them. Anybody who has the ability to move their arms is capable of walking on their hands, but not everyone is able to cuz not everyone trains to. You know what I mean?...Anybody can shoot a gun but not everyone can make a kill shot. Anybody can paint a wall but not everybody can paint a portrait. It's the same idea here.
Everybody is capable of fighting but not everyone knows how to actually fight.
Dude is a complete rookie cuz he's Never, ever been in a real fight before he attacks Zod for threatening his mother. hahaha! He just goes in mad as hell and punching furiously. He's unrestrained for the first time in 33 years.
I can't even imagine how good he felt punching Zod in his face but that rush must've been epic!

I agree they could've done a better job with Zod and his people in this regard but that would've involved Supes losing and we just all know that wasn't gonna happen.

I think it works for the semi-grounded world they've established and with it, I got a Superman I always wanted. My major issue with this universe was Clark saving the school bus.
Like Do people from Smallville just keep Clark's secret or what? hahaha! This was the only thing that really bothers me that's never really addressed.

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Leon, Thursday and Robocop 2, as well as many other films - the reason why I'll NEVER use RT (or similar sites) or critics in general as a guide.

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Leon has a bad RT score? Oh man, that hurts. That movie is so great.

EDIT: just looked it up. Eh, it definitely deserves higher than 71%, but that’s not a bad score. I’ve definitely seen much lower scores for films that were equally good. For example, Brimstone is only at 38%, and I loved that movie. Guy Pearce is terrifying in it.


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Not crazy about Leon. Or the 5th Element. Or any Besson films in general. I haven't seen Lucy or Valerian. I remember liking his first two films "The Last Battle" and "Subway", but I'm not sure how they hold up since I haven't revisited them since.

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I love The 5th Element and Leon. But Lucy was ridiculous and Valerian was absolutely awful.

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I liked 5th Element too but agree that Lucy was a nightmare. I'm amazed I watched the whole thing.

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Apart from Leon, I saw several Luc Besson films but I honestly don't remember much about them. I know I saw Fifth Element and Lucy, but they just vanished from my mind.

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I'm mostly grateful to Luc Besson for giving Jean Reno a career. Reno had practically retired from acting and was working in a hardware store I think, so kudos to Besson for bringing him back. Also lucky for Reno, De Niro turned down Leon Reno is also excellent in another Besson film that I don't care for very much: "The Big Blue."

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Leon has a good score on RT.

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I don't get the appeal of Robert Zemeckis films (aside from Back to the Future, and even that mostly just the first one).

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Considering how often mediocre stuff gets much higher scores, no it doesn't.

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