How is she a villain again? Because she fought back against her asshole husband who cheated on her and treated her like crap?
Batman Under The Red Hood
The Dark Knight Returns Parts 1 & 2
Green Lantern: First Flight
Justice League The Flashpoint Paradox
Batman Year One
Batman Assault on Arkham
Batman vs Robin
Superman/Batman Public Enemies
Justice League Gods and Monsters
Justice League The New Frontier
Isn't anyone else bothered that Rachel McAdams character was engaged to another man when she had her big sex scene with Ryan Gosling's character? She cheated on her fiancé and then dumped him. I felt horrible for her fiancé. This movie is considered one of the greatest love stories ever and it involves a woman cheating on her fiancé.
Why does /tv/ hate Tarantino films???
Does anyone know what camera they used to shoot Sicario? I've never seen a movie that looks so sharp and pristine.
Would you rather have Jenny Agutter show up at your door to be your sex slave on the condition you get vaporized by a big laser when you turn 30, or live out the rest of your days as a virgin without the threat of being zapped?
How would you have fixed it, /tv/?
I would've cut an hour off the runtime, focused the film more on Batman/less on Clark and developed Wonder Woman's role
lose almost all subplots
it's about batman and him being concerned about superman (after MoS, just like the movie) so investigating him and learning who he is
meanwhile clark kent and lois are investigating the violent vigilante in gotham (because superman doesn't kill, is a farm boy for kansas and wants to make sure he isn't going overboard)
batman would also use non-lethal techniques
nothing about wonder-woman or justice league
maybe lex luthor so they can fight against someone at...
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Just got back from seeing this for a second time
Did I like it?
Was there anything equivalent in meme potential to the plane scene in this?
>people tried to use him
>lost trust in others, closes his doors and becomes a recluse
>lives alone in his world of pure imagination
>he's free until he realizes he's lonely and wishes he can share his world with a genuinely good person
i watched it a week ago and realized i'm Willy Wonka
Are there any good Spanish-language movies? I remember watching two in high school. One was about ghosts in a mission or something and the other was about a guy who noticed things were weird in the world and at the end learns he's in a coma or something and that he can wake up but everyone will die, and his dream begs him not to kill his daughters.
Name a better Joker.
Why did they make The Batman kill?
Because the movie was based on frank miller batman who is tormented by the death of so many people around him, especially robin, and that version of batman never had any problem killing someone. There are actually quite a few batman stories where he blatantly kills.
How does he make money?