<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>Well, he had to do something. He couldn't speak in his normal voice. <br>What I like was the near rage in his voice when he's got Flass by the, uh, ankle, and he's asking him questions.<p><hr></blockquote><p>I agree. I loved the fury. <br><br>
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[color:blue]That's the problem with some of these comic-book movies- some of the origins of these characters are just too hokey to pull off on film.</font color=blue><br><br>Talk about hokey <br><br>IMO the best pull off the comic book and kept the movie looking like a comic book was "Judge Dread" - I loved it<br><br>
LOL<br><br>I liked it because the movie was a comic book - the others fail because they try to make it to real. Another example look at the TV version of Batman, was just like the comic book complete with the "pow" "bang" balloons because that was just like the comic books.<br><br>Judge Dread held to its comic book heritage <br>Batman is trying to reinvent into another genre <br><br><br>
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