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Old 03-18-2013, 01:20 PM   #151
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How would you guys feel if Michael Bay was the director?
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Old 03-18-2013, 05:02 PM   #154
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i would leave this place and never see it in theaters. Christian bale would go on a rant and get arrested and so would i!

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I want to see Tim Burton come back!

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I want to see Tim Burton come back!
Talk about taking the franchise to new places!

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He just forgot the sarcasm face

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Can you imagine a Batman film with the Scarecrow as the main villain with Darren Afronofsky directing? The magnificently trippy visuals we would get?

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I've always thought his style would best match with Synder's MOS and JL.

But people are worried about what he would do to the characterization writing. Nolan and WB would never let him do what he was planning before.

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I'm sure Nolan wouldn't -- at least at the possibility of looking like a hypocrite -- object to a filmmaker taking Batman to bold new places. It would be interesting how the fanboys react though. Burton, Joel and Nolan, all three have received scorn on different levels and magnitudes for some of the things they have done.

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Can you imagine a Batman film with the Scarecrow as the main villain with Darren Afronofsky directing? The magnificently trippy visuals we would get?
I could imagine it next to David Cronenberg's Batman film but neither will probably ever happen.

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^^Difference is that Aronofsky wanted to make a Batman film and Cronenberg doesn't think highly of comic book movies.

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The easiest character to single out would be Batman to disprove his point just in sheer amount and quality GNs/comics about him that are mature. The Dark Knight Returns, The Killing Joke, Arkham Asylum, The Long Halloween, Year One, The Black Mirror. His point is now invalid.

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^^Difference is that Aronofsky wanted to make a Batman film and Cronenberg doesn't think highly of comic book movies.
Doesn't matter because I honestly don't think Aronofsky will get the job even with his interest years ago, that was my point. Not to mention I don't want another film that's in the same vein of seriousness for Batman. It needs to be taken into a different direction.

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Doesn't matter because I honestly don't think Aronofsky will get the job even with his interest years ago, that was my point. Not to mention I don't want another film that's in the same vein of seriousness for Batman. It needs to be taken into a different direction.
Ah, okay. I thought you meant based on the director's interest in the franchise.

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I want to see Tim Burton come back!
I want to see him comb his hair and get a trim! If he ever touches Batman again ill personally slap him!

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Well said.
Well said? That guy is a jabroni with a massive ego. He just doesn't understand the comics of today if he thinks the target audience is only for children. And he's either watching Nolans Batman movies with a ignorant mindset from the get-go or he's watching too many of the other comic book movies. I don't think anyone is calling TDKR supreme cinema art. He's just being a jerk. But it's far more serious and emotional and practical (technically speaking with how it was filmed) than the majority of these movies within the genre.

He can have his opinion, I just don't agree with it. And he's overrated himself.

And for you OutRiddled, ur also entitled to ur opinion. But while u think Nolans movies are too long or boring or not entertaining enough, I personally think the opposite. It's just about what kind of cinema you like. I'm a big Kubrick fan for instance, but I find Nolans movies like his Bat-trilogy, Inception, Prestige or Memento to be more in the realm of "entertainment". I've been a big 2001, Clockwork Orange & Shining fan for a long time but ill take Nolans films (with the exception of Insomnia/Following) over them because it has more fun action and emotion AND it makes me think more. That's me.

But that guy just comes off as a snob of film if it's not in a certain genre. And if anybody thinks TDKR is art (I do, but I don't exaggerate like he's wording it) then why can't they have that opinion? He's a snob.

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I've always thought his style would best match with Synder's MOS and JL.

But people are worried about what he would do to the characterization writing. Nolan and WB would never let him do what he was planning before.
Gill said when Batman: Year One was being developed they were just seeing how far they could push Batman in the opposite direction after Batman & Robin, they came to their senses and produced Batman Begins instead.

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Well said? That guy is a jabroni with a massive ego. He just doesn't understand the comics of today if he thinks the target audience is only for children. And he's either watching Nolans Batman movies with a ignorant mindset from the get-go or he's watching too many of the other comic book movies. I don't think anyone is calling TDKR supreme cinema art. He's just being a jerk. But it's far more serious and emotional and practical (technically speaking with how it was filmed) than the majority of these movies within the genre.

He can have his opinion, I just don't agree with it. And he's overrated himself.

And for you OutRiddled, ur also entitled to ur opinion. But while u think Nolans movies are too long or boring or not entertaining enough, I personally think the opposite. It's just about what kind of cinema you like. I'm a big Kubrick fan for instance, but I find Nolans movies like his Bat-trilogy, Inception, Prestige or Memento to be more in the realm of "entertainment". I've been a big 2001, Clockwork Orange & Shining fan for a long time but ill take Nolans films (with the exception of Insomnia/Following) over them because it has more fun action and emotion AND it makes me think more. That's me.

But that guy just comes off as a snob of film if it's not in a certain genre. And if anybody thinks TDKR is art (I do, but I don't exaggerate like he's wording it) then why can't they have that opinion? He's a snob.
I don't think I could've said it better myself.

let's not forget this guy directed " a history of violence " , a film that was based on a comic book. or a "graphic novel " as he would call it to save face. so this is definitely hypocritical for him. to say that it's impossible to write a mature comic book story involving superheroes, he's obviously never read watchmen, arkham asylum, the killing joke, or millions of other comics that easily prove him wrong. and yes he's directed some great films and all but that doesn't give him the liberty to be a straight up dick with a comment like this, plus he was in Jason X, which certainly isn't "supreme cinema art " either.

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Well said? That guy is a jabroni with a massive ego. He just doesn't understand the comics of today if he thinks the target audience is only for children. And he's either watching Nolans Batman movies with a ignorant mindset from the get-go or he's watching too many of the other comic book movies. I don't think anyone is calling TDKR supreme cinema art. He's just being a jerk. But it's far more serious and emotional and practical (technically speaking with how it was filmed) than the majority of these movies within the genre.

He can have his opinion, I just don't agree with it. And he's overrated himself.

And for you OutRiddled, ur also entitled to ur opinion. But while u think Nolans movies are too long or boring or not entertaining enough, I personally think the opposite. It's just about what kind of cinema you like. I'm a big Kubrick fan for instance, but I find Nolans movies like his Bat-trilogy, Inception, Prestige or Memento to be more in the realm of "entertainment". I've been a big 2001, Clockwork Orange & Shining fan for a long time but ill take Nolans films (with the exception of Insomnia/Following) over them because it has more fun action and emotion AND it makes me think more. That's me.

But that guy just comes off as a snob of film if it's not in a certain genre. And if anybody thinks TDKR is art (I do, but I don't exaggerate like he's wording it) then why can't they have that opinion? He's a snob.
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I don't think I could've said it better myself.

let's not forget this guy directed " a history of violence " , a film that was based on a comic book. or a "graphic novel " as he would call it to save face. so this is definitely hypocritical for him. to say that it's impossible to write a mature comic book story involving superheroes, he's obviously never read watchmen, arkham asylum, the killing joke, or millions of other comics that easily prove him wrong. and yes he's directed some great films and all but that doesn't give him the liberty to be a straight up dick with a comment like this, plus he was in Jason X, which certainly isn't "supreme cinema art " either.
Nailed it.

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That's right.

Aronofsky would make a great director. I love his style. Would suit Batman very well.

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people tend to forget that Aronofsky was about to give us a film that featured a big black guy named " Big Al " that....lived in a trailer or something ? (been a while since i read that script )instead of Alfred , and many other awful things.

as long as he strays away from that kinda stuff, then...sure, i'd love a batman film from him

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