neonfuckninja
Neon Fuckninja
neonfuckninja
Sep 29 2017
11

Marvel’s current slate of movies are, yes, relatively kid-friendly. But as a general rule, so are the comics they’re drawn from. Sure, Marvel can do some more serious and dark storylines in their comics, but they are still for the most part (like both of the mainstream companies and their big characters) kid-friendly. Read more

Sep 29 2017
24

It’s ironic (or perhaps not) that Wonder Woman was also the DC film that VERY closely followed Marvels formula of filmmaking. So much so that it’s biggest weakness is also Marvels; an unmemorable villain and a third act that devolves into a big CGI punchfest.

Sep 29 2017
22

You mean the most comedic and thematically closest to the Marvel movies? I agree, WW was fantastic. Too bad the other 3 were mediocre to shit-show in level of quality. Read more

Sep 29 2017
52

Nah, DC’s universe is far more cartoonish than Marvel’s. It’s just cartoonish in that ‘90s way that insists that grimdark is a good substitute for minor details like character and plot.

Sep 29 2017
19

It’s such PR spin. When they announced their slate back in 2014, back when they just had MoS (not a hot, quality film by any means) and announced an ambitious slate, I think they had the utmost confidence that the audience will throw money at their feet no matter what they’d put out. I think they were banking of Read more

Sep 29 2017
63

I still say Warner Bros. are pulling a Producers style scheme, and Wonder Woman was an accident. “Oh shit! We thought we through enough road blocks in front of this thing to fuck it over! Quick, fart out a Joker movie!”

Sep 29 2017
43

To be fair, who doesn’t occasionally Goldblum themselves?

Sep 29 2017
45

Johns also emphasized that DC and Warner Bros. are very seriously trying to build a different sort of shared-film landscape than rival studio Marvel is.

Sep 29 2017
20

Until there’s a single sign that the movies won’t be juggernauts in terms of financial profitability, I doubt WB/DC will do much, if anything, to seriously turn the boat around. Read more

Sep 26 2017
136

He doesn’t regret it though. Reread his statement. He regrets that it’s linked to the fire department.

Sep 26 2017
196

Seriously. How can you suddenly express regret for what you said when you went out of your way to emphasize that you said it?

Sep 26 2017
368

Ending his Facebook post with “Yes I said it” not only showed how strong Smith’s convictions were, it also proved that he has to sound out everything he writes.