DC hasn’t had the easiest time when making their movies, I mean at times they had the super hero genre on lock. The Christopher Reeves Superman movies defined what it meant to be a hero that people can look up to……. well I guess before the third and fourth movie at least and Christopher Nolan made the Batman trilogy change our very perception of grounded heroes.
Maybe we need people called Christopher to sort this out
Nah let’s dive into this
I was reading an Article from a website called ScreenRant, that stated the reasons why Jared Leto’s Joker was the best joker on screen…….*sigh*
Well let’s get down to it
I’ve been reading the Injustice Gods amongst us comic books and my Lord!!!!
I really hate Green Lantern and Wonder Woman.
I had a very random thought about heroes that would come from certain parts of the world and how would they look and be, and with Dr Strange, Black Panther, Luke Cage and Iron Fist coming out, it seemed like a good time to have one of my late night thoughts about cultural appropriation and what it means.
So the new trailers from Justice League and Wonder Woman has dropped and my-oh-my
Batman v Superman is the most conflicted I have ever felt about any superhero movie, actually any movie when I think about it. Because what they get right they get amazingly right, and what doesn’t work well really takes you out of the whole cinematic or viewing experience.
let’s start with a few things, this is not going to be a review of the film but more of how I felt when watching it, and re-watching it and rewatching it. (bear-in-mind this film is close to 3 hours long, so that’s a lot of time I’m not getting back).
New Season, New Possibilities
So I’ve just finished watching the second season of Arrow and I have to say the way it ended is pretty much an open book. This review may contain spoilers (Sorry, I can’t help myself).