>wants guns banned
>is featured as gun toting serial killer in all his movies
>doesn't see irony
And please, avoid company wars.
They're a shitty cancer on both comics and movies, draining resources away from more potentially promising, challenging works.
The best super hero stories are the weird ones, which will never occur on a screen, due to budget constraints.
Unbreakable is still the best cape movie ever.
inclined to agree
just think about what it means that they have to constantly reboot or otherwise keep their characters in suspended animation, passing through a few years worth of time throughout decades of publication
and the 'weird' stories are better because they actually get to be something
What does /tv/ think about Shane Black as a director?
I personally think he's great, but I wish he had a more frequent output.
>The problem of you on top of everything else. You above all. Ah. 'Cause that's what God is. Horus. Apollo. Jehovah. Kal-El. Clark Joseph Kent
What did he mean by this?
He was used as a punching sack by his father, got butthurt that Superman couldn't travel back in time to save him, and then used the energy of that sheer butthurt to lose all his hair and become an idiot.
What a swell guy.
Just saw the extended cut, and I've never seen the theatrical cut. Was the theatrical cut really that bad? The reviews are mostly pretty terrible, and it has a 27% RT score. The movie I watched really didn't seem to deserve such negative reviews.
Honestly I thought the movie was pretty good. I might even watch it again, although it is a hefty 3 hours long. What was actually removed in the theatres?
Honestly I didn't think the theatrical cut was bad. A lot of what is shown in the UC was already implied in the theatrical, but Clark Kent and Lex were more fleshed out. Also several subplots were completely cut.
How much would you pay him to star in your movie?
Ahh! After 10,000 years I'm free! Time to conquer /tv/!
>mocks people who talk about the historical accuracy of Amadeus
>went full on sperg in review of Pearl Harbor about the historical inaccuracies
Do historical inaccuracies in films matter?
Really makes you think...
>be part of literally the most well-known American film touchstone of the past 50 years
>spend hundreds of millions on ads, hype it up starting a year in advance
>can't outdo blue CGI aliens
LISTEN TO ME NOOW
surprise surprise, it's garbage just like blue ruin
Best Movies By Genre
My picks are;
> Action / Adventure:
Raiders of the Lost Ark
Monty Python and the Holy Grail
> Comic / Superhero:
Lord Of The Rings
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What is she smiling about, /tv/?
>Its a "someone says "OH MADONNE"" episode
HOLY KINO, BATMAN
The definitive version is amazing. It doesn't even feel like a three hours movie, it feels like it has 1 and a half.
The visuals are incredible, the action scenes are exciting and the dialogues are the cherry at the top.
Fuck me sideways, Snyder, you actually made a good movie.