Loc: United States
The one thing that annoyed the crap out of me with this movie is that for some reason the writer ALWAYS manages to have the hero reveal himself to someone. <br><br>Can I ask what the point of this is? She's not coming back for the sequel, so it's not like this would have any bearing on any future storylines (i.e. Joke suspects she knows, kidnaps her, etc.)... Like the whole Vicki Vale character in Burton's first film- she finds out who he is, then she disappears. <br><br>This NEVER happens in the comic book, but for some reason movie writers feel the need to expose everything by the end of the introductory film. YUCK.<br><br>At least they waited for the 2nd one to do this is Spiderman...not that I agreed with it, though. They should have had Mary Jane marry the astronaut and worry about what happens with her & Peter in #3. Can anyone tell a story anymore without wrapping everything up in a neat little package by the time the credits roll? Sheesh.<br><br><br><br>Back in Black...
<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>They actually used very little CG. Nolan (the director) wanted to use as little as possible.<p><hr></blockquote><p><br>Yes I realize that. My only point is that there seems to be a thought process in Hollywood per se that you either have action, CG OR a thought out script. If you have either of the first two you don't need the latter. <br><br>
I'm right there with you on this one. I was so disappointed when he gave away his identity. <br><br>Frozone had it right. <br>Superladies, they're always trying to tell you their secret <br>identity. Think it'll strengthen the relationship or something like that. I <br>said, ''Girl, I don't want to know about your mild-mannered alter ego.'' or anything like that. I mean, you tell me you're a <br>super-mega-ultra-lightning-babe, that's all right with me. I'm good. I'm good.<br><br><br><br><br><br>
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