There is some great dialogue in this movie. And not just some clever quips. There's some real truth in what some of the characters say. <br><br>I especially like what Falcon had to say the first time we see him.<br><br>
Loc: United States
You didn't like the X-Men movies, Sparky? I thought those and the two Spidermans absolutely blow Burton's Batman out of the water- and not just because of special effects.<br><br>I have no clue why more filmmakers don't just do a straight adaptation, goofy costumes and all. If the stories and characters seem plausible enough to comic book readers, why should a movie audience be any different?<br><br><br>Back in Black...
Keton played Batman well. Val? Forget it. No matter how good he tried, it was a circus and so over the top.<br><br>This is the first Batman that has the right body shape to go with it. The others didn't look like they had the body strength.<br><br>
Yeah, that's the more popular choice but MiracleMan was a much, much better story. While very well executed, Watchman was still just the old "let's give everyone a common enemy so they'll stop fighting each other" tale.<br><br>
Loc: Lancaster PA USA
I've only seen the first X-Men movie, and yeah, I liked it. I'm a fan of Patrick Stewart, and I like seeing how many different ways he can twist his "imperious Brit" persona.<br><br>Spiderman? Ehhh...I thought it was a bit hokey, and was one of those films that made me think too much about how the special effects were done. (Not to mention the fact that, growing up, I was primarily a loud vocal proponent of the D.C. comics camp...MARVEL SUCKS!. Part of that is still lodged in my deep craw somewhere.) <br><br>Like a lot of us, I'm finding that some of the special effects and CGI I like best are those which are virtually transparent. The snow falling on the Los Angeles intersection at the end of Crash is a good example. It added to the overall feeling of the story without being distracting.<br><br><P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by SparkCollector on 06/16/05 03:37 PM (server time).</EM></FONT></P>
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