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
Now, I’ve never thought to strongly about this (well, I mean not in this light)
An appearance change is constant within hero movies (It happens mostly in sequels) but the costume always connotes a theme or some sort of backstory, not only to the character but to the story itself.
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.
Steven Strange is the Mystical Master of a lot of things I can’t even hope to pronounce but I can say without a doubt his trailer has dropped from the SDCC (San-Diego Comic-Con). This trailer delivered and boy….. Am I happy, I again don’t know much about his character but let’s judge the trailer on what we know about him so far.
Marvel has done a good job in presenting the of hero we are looking at, knowing that we have seen the technological, the semi-scientific explained, outer space and even other worldly…. it’s time to get….well…strange.
This isn’t a long post, and I won’t try to make it be, but can we all just look back and appreciate the amazing amount of actors that are involved within the Marvel Cinematic Universe (That being for pre and post Avengers movie -2008 till upwards)
Why am I reviewing?
To be honest, my main motivation for reviewing was because I watched Green Lantern, and I was upset, I mean UPSET. Like somebody had punched my child in the throat upset.
That movie just threw everything out the window, I mean this movie suffers from something that every DC movie has suffered from so far no matter how good ( E.g. The Dark Knight Trilogy) and that is a loss of connection.