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We Just Have a Bad History with Freaks Dressed like Clowns.
The only thing I can think of that attracts me to see a movie more than the fact that it’s a comic book movie is when I hear that it’s terrible. Especially with today’s movie. I was always a Marvel fan growing up, so when I hear that a DC movie is shitty, I feel the need to go revel in their failure … and act like there hasn’t been a Marvel that was terrible. Elektra was great, guys! The reviews for today’s movie, and some fear of spoilers, made me rush out to see it, and then I had me some thoughts. So I will now write them down as I review Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, written by David S. Goyer and Chris Terrio, directed by Zack Snyder, and starring Ben Affleck, Henry Cavill, Jesse Eisenberg, Amy Adams, Gal Gadot, Jeremy Irons, Diane Lane, Laurence Fishburne, Holly Hunter, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Lauren Cohan, Kevin Costner, Michael Shannon, Jason Momoa, Ezra Miller, and Ray Fisher.
In an attempt to explain why it was totally cool that Superman (Henry Cavill) destroyed the greater Metropolis area in his battle with General Zod (Michael Shannon), Bruce Wayne (Ben Affleck) is upset that his favorite corporate headquarters was knocked down in the fight … and he’s probably bothered that that people died and some dude lost his legs. Lex Luthor (Jesse Eisenberg) also doesn’t like Superman, and decides to use the corpse of General Zod to take Supes out. In the meantime, he sets out to pit Batman (also Ben Affleck) and Superman against each other. It works and they V. They V it up!
Disappointingly, the critics apparently thought they were going in to see Shakespeare or something. This movie was not terrible. It doesn’t blow the mind, but it doesn’t blow anything else either. It’s what I wanted and expected. Perhaps one could find it disappointing just knowing that it’s based on the Dark Knight Returns, which is one of the best Batman comics I’ve ever read. This movie isn’t that good and doesn’t quite live up to the comic, but it’s solid. It has its problems, but it delivers on what it promises. One of those problems is that they went back to the stupid green rocks that are the major antagonist in every Superman movie. I thought it was the big decree in Man of Steel that they wouldn’t be relying on those? Well, I guess they need to use everything they can to make Superman interesting. Another problem I had was with the constant dream sequences. They did like 7 of them! Just whenever they realized that they hadn’t done any action scenes in a while, they teased us with a fake one. They even had a dream sequence WITHIN A DREAM SEQUENCE! Fuck you movie.
Probably the biggest problem with the movie is that it’s fairly predictable. Sure, I’ve read the comic that it’s based on, but it’s LOOSELY based on it, so you can’t say for sure where it’s going. Then you could say it’s obvious because … well because it is. Who would win in a fight between Superman and Batman? The same person that would win in a fight between Superman and anyone: Superman. Superman’s powers might as well condense themselves to be “Whatever he needs to do to win eventually.” And you can throw green rocks at him and slow him down a little, but I’ve seen him lift an island made out of green rocks in Superman Returns, so that doesn’t mean that much. But Batman is too popular and cool to let lame ass Superman beat him, so who wins? I was asked this question shortly after this movie was announced and my prediction was, “Stalemate.” They battle to a stalemate so that no fans have that much ammo to complain with and then they realize there’s a bigger problem and they team up. The title gives that away! “Dawn of Justice?” Meaning it will dawn on them that they should create a League of some sort, with Justice in the name somewhere. But I didn’t come to this movie to be surprised. I just wanted to see them fight and for things to explode.
And explode they did! The action was pretty good, but not without their problems. For instance, do you all know how the best part of any Batman movie is when he kicks the shit out of a building full of bad guys, but we just hear about it from witness reports later? Yeah, I don’t either! The first two or three times Batman does something awesome, we find out about it when the police enter the building and find a bunch of unconscious bad guys and one of them has a bat branded on his chest. And if we’re lucky, we’ll find out that Batman was goofily hanging out in the upper corner of the room hoping no one would turn their head and see him there. Then, when we finally see Batman do something, he’s not great at it because he’s wearing a big chunky suit to fight Superman, but I did find that fight pretty similar to Dark Knight Returns and pretty satisfying. And later, while fighting Doomsday, the writers really couldn’t figure out anything for Batman to do so he spent the battle hiding or running from laser blasts while Wonder Woman and Superman did all the work. But between that, Batman did a pretty sweet Arkham City impression when he whooped up on a room of baddies in true Bat-fashion. Does it sound like I’m only talking about Batman fights? Well that’s true. Because Superman can suck it and Wonder Woman is underused.
The loudest cries from the nerd community before this movie were about Ben Affleck. He already ruined a superhero when he made Daredevil, so how could he do what Chris Evans and Ryan Reynolds did already and redeem themselves with their next attempt at a superhero? Also, we liked the last Batman, and remember how we all liked the last Joker when it was Nicholson so we preemptively hated Ledger? And then he was terrible and in no way blew the last one out of the water? That couldn’t happen again! Well he was good. He did redeem himself from Daredevil with me and, though I wouldn’t say he blew Bale out of the water, he at least rose to the challenge and did not disappoint. So I’m absolutely convinced that the next time an actor has to change, the nerd community will be understanding. But one of the biggest complaints about these recent DC movies is their gross misunderstanding of the characters as we know them. Man of Steel=Superman kills someone. Supes don’t kill. BvS=Batman uses a gun the first time we see him. Bats don’t shoot. Granted, it was just a dream sequence, but since I’ve already said those could go fuck off, I will say this particular one also goes to fuck off. It’s like taking away Deadpool’s mouth when his nickname is The Merc with a Mouth. And who would be dumb enough to do that? Supes was fine in the movie though. He seemed very Superman. I hated him, but that that means he captured the character correctly. Although he did feel at times like he wasn’t doing anything for the world unless it involved saving Lois Lane. And when Superman tells Batman to stop being Batman? Fuck you, Supes! How are you gonna tell this man not to be violent? ‘Cause he don’t need to go the same route that you went? Forget about that!
A lot of the secondary characters were good as well, except maybe some of them shouldn’t have been so secondary! Wonder Woman? WAY underused. Dub Dubs just spends most of the movie as a hot chick walking around all mysterious-like. Way to waste a great female character! Let’s step that up for the next movie, shall we? She basically only Dub Dubs it for the last battle of the movie. But her intro was rad. It was strong, powerful, and COMPLETELY RUINED BY THE TRAILER! It was awesome, but since it was pretty much the only time you used her in the movie, it was the only scene you could show in the trailer. But she totally had the lasso, and that was worth it. They had other superheroes too, but don’t get your hopes up. They were just shown in surveillance footage. It was cool to see them, but not significant. Lois was there too. I don’t know why she had to be in a tub at one point. I assume people will complain about that in much the same way as that scene in Star Trek Into Darkness. It was just unnecessary, but I’m not too bothered by it. That’s for the rest of the internet to bother complaining about. I found Jesse Eisenberg’s performance as Lex Luthor annoying for the greater majority of the movie, but it was pretty good once he started letting out the evil near the end. He didn’t seem quite as smart as Lex is usually portrayed though. Lex is supposed to be a super genius, so how is his big plan to fight Superman to reanimate the guy that Superman just beat? It would seem that the real smart money would be to bet on literally anyone that Superman hasn’t beaten over the one guy that he has. And lastly, why are Superman’s parents the worst? In Man of Steel and in this movie, their big thing is trying to talk Superman out of doing anything good with the special abilities only he has. Even when the option is either you let Clark be Superman just a little bit so that dad doesn’t get swept away by a tornado! The Kents used to be so nice!
So that’s what I thought about Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. Nowhere near as bad as most critics said it was. It’s exactly what I expected. Batman v’s Superman, and it’s pretty cool. What more could you want? Besides maybe a little more Wonder Woman. I say go see it. And if there were any chance of that, you probably already have or have made plans to. But I’m gonna take credit for it. Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice gets “That son of a bitch brought the war to us” out of “I thought she was with you.”
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So … This is NOT Sparta?
It’s been a while since I’ve done one of these. Let’s see if I still know how to do it. So, I saw a movie. And that was a good thing. Movies are good. …SHIT! This is harder than I thought! I haven’t written a review in a while, and I actually haven’t been to the theaters in a while either. I don’t think I’ve seen a movie this year! Shameful, it is! I think school is mainly to blame. I like to try to set up my school schedule to allow me plenty of time for sleep and other fun activities such as movies … and then I realize mid-semester that it isn’t going to work out as planned. But then Spring Break happened, so I had two days off, and I apparently decided that I should make them Ancient Greek/Roman appreciation day. If you know what’s in theaters you’ll probably already know what I saw, but the first movie I saw was 300: Rise of an Empire, based on a graphic novel by Frank Miller, written by Zack Snyder and Kurt Johnstad, directed by Noam Murro, and starring Sullivan Stapleton, Eva Green, Rodrigo Santoro, Lena Headey, Jack O’Connell, Yigal Naor, Andrew Tiernan, David Wenham, Hans Matheson, and Peter Mensah.
In the Battle of Marathon, General Themistocles (Sullivan Stapleton) of Athens kills King Darius I (Yigal Naor) of Persia in front of his son, Xerxes (Rodrigo Santoro). And everyone acts like he did something wrong for some reason. I was under the impression that this is how war works. Well, I can understand Xerxes getting all pissy that his dad died, and that’s just what he does. His dying father tells him that the Greeks can only be defeated by a God. I believe this was intended to get Xerxes to stop the war as that would be the simplest method, but Xerxes decides that he should become a God instead, mainly because his naval commander, Artemisia (Eva Green), tells him that’s what it means. Well Xerxes goes and swims in some funky pool and comes out gigantic, bejeweled, and golden. So he’s a God now. And he wants to get his revenge on that damned Themistocles, and all of Greece while he’s at it.
The first question I had for this movie is, “Where are the 300 Spartans?” The answer to that is, “Elsewhere. We just wanted to use the title.” This movie happens at roughly the same time as the Battle of Thermopylae that we saw in the first movie. At least they were right that we’d be watching an empire rise. This time, we’ll watch less awesome warriors with less awesome abs fighting less awesome battles written by less awesome people. So the movie is less awesome, but it’s still thoroughly watchable. Sure there’s some stupid writing here, but I expected no less. I came for the fights, and we’ll get to that later. For now I’ll just say that the story wasn’t anything spectacular. It was a little bit historical facts, but mostly just excuses to take us from one fight to the next. And some stupid dialogue. Let us not act like we didn’t expect that. And by “that,” I mean lines like, “Ferocity matched only by beauty, which is matched only by her devotion to the king.” That shows a gross misunderstanding of the word “only.”
The fights in this movie were good, but less significant as they were mostly things we had seen before in the first movie. Lots of topless dudes cutting limbs off in slow motion. And boy did they love using slow motion. I’m pretty sure this movie would be about 23 minutes long if they played the entire thing at regular speed. But that’s okay because they included plenty enough violence and gore to hold my attention. The nautical battles were less interesting to me, and there were a few too many of them in comparison to the regular combat, but I got by. Plus, they had a really interesting and innovative fight between Themistocles and Artemisia later in the movie, with an entirely different kind of stabbing. This was a battle of genitals! A sexual skirmish! A very interesting type of combat, and one that I’d be interested in learning. Especially with Eva Green.
The cast of the movie all did what they had to do and I had no real complaints. My favorite was definitely Eva Green. She was pretty badass in the movie, and more importantly, she was pretty topless in the movie. I found this very significant, but apparently it’s not all that uncommon within her movie career. But it’s the first movie I had seen her in where she was so exposed, and I found it to be a blessing. I was always confused by Rodrigo Santoro’s Xerxes in the original 300. Why would they decide to make what is supposed to be such an intimidating figure a giant, hairless, bejeweled individual with a creepy voice and ambiguous sexuality? When I first saw him in this movie, I was much happier that he got to be regular looking … and then they turned him back into Baldie McGayBalls again. But he was almost a secondary villain to Artemisia in this movie, so he was much easier to tolerate. And I suppose his performance was fine as well. Sullivan Stapleton was fine in this movie as well, but he was attempting to take the reins from Gerard Butler’s Leonidas and that’s a high bar of badass to reach.
300: Rise of an Empire probably shouldn’t have been called 300 because it really doesn’t have anything much to do with that story, and this story probably suffered for it. The story isn’t as good as I it jumped the gun on what could eventually be some awesome source material, the fights weren’t nearly as good because the Greeks aren’t nearly as awesome as the Spartans, but the performances were mostly good though no one was quite as awesome as Gerard Butler’s Leonidas, or even Michael Fassbender’s Stelios. But the movie is completely watchable and an entertaining enough way to spend a few hours, but it’s also entirely skippable. 300: Rise of an Empire gets “Leonidas is dead” out of “If death comes, I’m ready!”
KNEEL BEFORE BOB!!
Seeing today’s movie proved to be harder than it should have been. Shortly after it came out, I made a trek to the theaters with Friendboss Josh to see this movie, only to find it sold out. That worked out for us both because we went and saw This Is The End instead. Later, I tried to get to see it with some of my other friends, but going to my sister’s wedding made things difficult because I needed to pack. And then my dog died. Jesus didn’t want me to see this movie in a big bad way! After I got back from my sister’s wedding, my friend Phil had returned to town and he was the only other person in the world besides me that had not already seen the movie, but he didn’t really care to. I gave him such a purple nurple that his nipple was fully removed. I promised to give it back to him after we had seen Man of Steel, written by David S. Goyer, directed by Zack Snyder, and starring Henry Cavill, Amy Adams, Michael Shannon, Russell Crowe, Kevin Costner, Diane Lane, Anteje Traue, Ayelet Zurer, Harry Lennix, Christopher Meloni, Richard Schiff, and Laurence Fishburne.
The people of planet Krypton have mined the core of their planet to the point where the planet is beginning to implode, just as their head scientist Jor-El (Russell Crowe) had warned them. Jor and his wife Lara (Ayelet Zurer) decide to send their baby, the first baby born naturally on Krypton in centuries, to the planet Earth in a shuttle to avoid the collapse of Krypton. The planet’s military commander, General Zod (Michael Shannon), is the only one that agrees with Jor about Krypton’s state, but disagrees that Krypton’s genetic codex should be sent to Earth with Jor’s son. He disagrees so strongly that he kills Jor while staging a military coup. Jor still manages to send his son away with the codex, and Zod and his rebels are captured and sentenced to prison in the Phantom Zone, where they are released a short time later when Krypton is destroyed. On Earth, Kal-El is taken in by Jonathan (Kevin Costner) and Martha Kent (Diane Lane) and raised in Smallville, Kansas. As he grows up, life is difficult for him as he develops superhuman abilities. When Kal – now called Clark Kent (Henry Cavill) – becomes an adult, he leads a nomadic life because he always ends up having to use his abilities to save someone and must then disappear again. On one job, he meets a reporter named Lois Lane (Amy Adams) and finds a ship from his ancestors that tells him his past. Shortly after that, Zod shows up in orbit and demands that the people of Earth turn Kal over to him.
I heard such mixed reports about this movie before I saw it that I had no idea what assumption to make going into it. But that’s typically a good thing because expectations do more harm than good. Overall I thought this movie was good. It didn’t blow my mind, but it was an entertaining watch. I guess part of the problem I had with it is that there’s nothing really surprising about the story. I’ve seen this story so many times, and they really didn’t change it drastically from what I had seen before. And I hate Superman, but I still know this story like the back of my hand! But the minor changes they made were ones I appreciated, like the fact that Kryptonite was nowhere to be seen in this movie. The greater majority of Superman movies that I’ve seen are all completely based around Kryptonite. Superman is all awesome, someone busts out a shiny green rock making him less awesome, and he overcomes it by taking it super seriously or flying into space to charge up. This one came close to that by having him weakened by the Kyptonian atmosphere, but they never had a green rock lying around. It also made me wonder if people making future Superman movies would be pissed that they took away their typical major plot point. But the atmosphere thing did make the same stuff happen with Superman. He was weakened by the atmosphere when he had to take out that terraforming “world engine” but had to sack up and take a cue out of Randy Quaid’s book from Independence Day and fly straight up that alien ship’s butthole. I did have a problem with Superman’s flying though, just because of the part where they were saying he needs to take a leap of faith before he starts flying. That’s not a leap of faith. A leap of faith is like what Indiana Jones did in the Last Crusade, where he stepped off a ledge with the faith that he wouldn’t die because of it. Superman is invulnerable and can fly. Not a lot of faith involved in such a leap.
The visual effects of the movie and the action were all very well done, which helped save the movie from the very typical story. Everything in the movie looked great, though occasionally I found that the shaky cam look they went for got a little tedious. But the fights were pretty dope, especially the ones involving Faora. She was dope. And hot. I liked the fight with her, that unnamed Kryptonian, and Superman, even though they made a bitch out of Superman. Superman should probably be able to hold his own a little better than he did in most of that fight. On the other hand, I hate Superman. Seeing him made into a bitch doesn’t bother me that much.
I liked the greater majority of the actors in the movie, but I took issue with a lot of the characters. Superman, for instance. What kind of protector did you turn out to be when your fights with the Kryptonians leveled a large portion of both Smallville and Metropolis? The Superman I know is a little more concerned with collateral damage than that. The Superman I know also doesn’t have a hairy chest, but I guess that’s okay because chicks seem to be into it. And speaking of being into chicks: was I the only one that was disappointed when baby Superman didn’t come flying out of his mom in the beginning, fist first? I also had some thoughts about his parents. First, how well does Krypton train its scientists in combat that they can beat up their top military officials? And what the hell is the deal with his mom? I understand the concept of a parent not wanting to give up their child, but she’s fully aware that the planet is dying. It’s better in her opinion to let the baby die with you than to live without you? You’re a shitty mom! Superman’s adopted parents weren’t much better either. I don’t remember the Kents teaching Superman the valuable lesson that sometimes you should let people die so you can keep yourself a secret. Jonathan Kent was spectacularly stupid. He actually dies because he tells his invulnerable superhero son to stay under the safety of the overpass while the aging human Jonathan ran back into the middle of a tornado to save a dog. Your son … IS SUPERMAN! He could’ve zipped out and saved that dog so fast that no one would’ve even seen him do it. He could’ve walked through the middle of a tornado like everyone else walking in front of an oscillating fan. But you’re right that dying in a tornado is the best way to go. That’s how I intend to go.
Man of Steel offered nothing new in the story department, but made up for it with some pretty decent action and some fantastic visuals. If you’ve followed Superman at all, you know pretty much where the story is going, but it will at least be visually entertaining enough to make it worthwhile. This movie didn’t exactly blow my mind with pure awesomeness, but I was satisfied with the experience. I’ll recommend you check this movie out in theaters. Man of Steel gets “You will give the people an ideal to strive towards” out of “That’s why we risked so much to save you.”
Never Compromise. Not Even in the Face of Armageddon.
I have finally reached my goal of one review per day for an entire year. I will be taking a week off to rest before I decide what I’m going to be doing next, but you can rest assured that I will still be writing reviews for as long as I’m able to keep myself motivated. During the course of my first year, I’ve reviewed many movies of all different types of genres, but I think my nerdiness has come out in many of my reviews and let you all know that one of my favorite types of movie is the comic book movie. When I did my favorite movies from each genre, I intentionally skipped the comic book movie because there are three movies that I have decided are my top three favorite, but I have not yet been able to confidently say I prefer one to another. I reviewed Avengers while it was in theaters, which is the same time it joined the list. Later, I reviewed the Dark Knight as its sequel was coming out, and it held its ground. But no one asked me to do the third, and an opportune time would not be presenting itself in the near future as there’s no sequel or prequel coming to this movie anytime soon. And so I decided that I would review the third movie as my anniversary present to myself. This movie is Watchmen, based on a comic book by Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons, written by David Hayter and Alex Tse, directed by Zack Snyder, and starring Billy Crudup, Matthew Goode, Malin Akerman, Patrick Wilson, Jackie Earle Haley, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Carla Gugino, Stephen McHattie, Matt Frewer, Laura Mennell, Robert Wisden, and Danny Woodburn.
October 12th, 1985. A comedian died in New York. Well, more specifically the Comedian (Jeffrey Dean Morgan), a retired masked crime fighter is thrown out of a window by an unknown assailant. Another costumed crime fighter operating outside of the law named Rorschach (Jackie Earle Haley) goes to investigate and jumps to the conclusion that someone is trying to kill his comrades, so he sets about warning them. He goes first to his former partner, Daniel Dreiberg, formerly the second Nite Owl (Patrick Wilson), and then goes to the nearly omnipotent Dr. Manhattan (Billy Crudup) and his lover, Laurie Jupiter, the second Silk Spectre (Malin Akerman). All of them think Rorschach is just being paranoid, but Dan decides to relay the message to Adrian Veidt, formerly Ozymandias (Matthew Goode), who shares the skepticism of the others. Rorschach is unconvinced and continues his investigation while Dr. Manhattan and Veidt focus on trying to stave off nuclear war with their free energy solution.
Oh man do I love this movie. And I was also extremely shocked to find out that this is not an entirely popular opinion. Both the critic and the audience reviews on Rotten Tomatoes are sitting around the 65% range. I don’t get that. Watchmen is not really your ordinary comic book movie. It’s got less action that you’d typically expect to find, but I feel that it’s a lot smarter and has a much better story. That is mostly thanks to Alan Moore since the movie seems to be pretty much a shot for shot adaptation of his original story. From what I gathered, his original comic book was a much more powerful political statement when he originally made it, but I hadn’t read that by the time I saw this movie. I just knew that it was a greatly lauded comic book that they were turning into a movie, and the movie blew me away. I feel that I may have benefited from not having read the comic book when I saw the movie because the great reveals at the end of the movie were not spoiled for me. The huge reveal involving Adrian Veidt was great, and even the smaller, more personal one involving Laurie was extremely powerful. There were a couple of other things to say about the movie, but I feel they deserve a ::SPOILER ALERT:: so that the reveals won’t be ruined for you, and will allow you to enjoy it the same way I did. I thought it was a fantastic twist that Veidt gives a speech like a Bond villain to Rorschach and Nite Owl that makes you think they’ll still have time to stop it, and the twist comes when Veidt was smart enough to know that this was a possibility, so he had set his plan into motion 35 minutes prior. I would say that there was a part to his plan that I never really got behind. I don’t know why it was necessary that Dr. Manhattan take the heat for what Veidt did for the plan to work. I actually kind of understood (without condoning) why they killed so many people to bring peace to the world, but I feel like the same thing would happen whether it was Veidt taking the heat or Dr. Manhattan, which would make it unnecessary for my favorite character, Rorschach, to die. But it was a minor issue I took with the movie and didn’t really disturb my enjoyment. ::END SPOILERS::
I think the direction of the movie won me over before the story did. The quality of the story sunk in towards the end, but the quality of the direction was able to win me over very early on. It’s really a visual delight, and the music is also a big win. I was on board to a great degree from the opening fight between the Comedian and the unknown assailant, which was a great fight scene with music that worked well with the scene while being in contrast to what was happening. The opening credit sequence was also fantastic. It tells the story of the decline of the superhero and places them into real, historic situations, and they back that up with strong visuals and a great Bob Dylan song. They include the sailor kiss from the famous photograph, the Comedian shoots JFK, the hippie chick putting the flower in the gun barrel, the moon landing, and even that famous Rage Against the Machine album cover. …I’m being told that this was actually a real occurrence and not just an album cover… But the look and the soundtrack of the move kept my attention all the way through. Even if the story of the movie was no good, I would’ve been on board with the movie from these things alone. The movie didn’t have that many fights, but the ones they had were fantastic. The highlights include Dan and Laurie beating down some gang members, Nite Owl and Silk Spectre beating down some prisoners, and Rorschach fighting his way out of Moloch’s apartment. All of them were really brutal and awesome. The fight with Hollis Mason and the gang members towards the end of the movie was also fantastic and emotional. I would say it was a little corny and tasteless for the Nite Owl’s hovercraft to blow its fiery load just as the Nite Owl himself did. I also thought it was funny to try to see all of the things that were on Veidt’s various TV screens towards the end of the movie. I was able to catch a glimpse of what appeared to be porn, a scene from Rambo, and that wacky Fed Ex commercial. I don’t know if there was significance to any of that, but I found it interesting to try to pick them out.
The performances in the movie were all wins for me. Jackie Earle Haley was the best one for me. I thought Rorschach was friggin’ awesome. His narration in the movie made me imagine what it would sound like for Christian Bale’s Batman to narrate a Max Payne game. Generally morose, and always raspy. But Rorschach was a total badass throughout the movie. The story of what made Rorschach was great, the story of what made him more brutal was even better, and I particularly loved all of his interactions with Big Figure in jail. And, on top of his badassdom, he also had a great scene at the end that got me a little choked up for him. Also, do you know what I’ve always felt was sadly missing from other comic book movies like Avengers and the Dark Knight? Tits! And the only thing that would make that better is if they belonged to Malin Akerman. SCORE! She is so hot. …And that’s all I have to say about her. She did a good job and everything, but I have a one track mind. Matthew Goode did a great job as well, but the only thing that amused me enough to take note of about him was how heroic he was when the guy was trying to kill him and he first ducked behind the businessmen before taking the guy down.
I love Watchmen. The story is brilliant and the adaptation of it is fantastic, powered along by amazing visuals and a great soundtrack. The performances are also pretty fantastic, with Jackie Earle Haley leading the bunch in my opinion, but everyone doing their thing very well. And at least one of those performances brought a great set of boobs, and that’s alright by me. I think this is a fantastic movie and I don’t understand the concept of anyone not liking it, but apparently it happens so watch this movie skeptically. But do watch this movie. Watchmen gets “A pretty butterfly” out of “I’m not locked in here with you. You’re locked in here with ME!”
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