- Apr 3, 2020
Hate is a strong word, but he was overly negative throughout literally the entire article.Marter is rather jaded about a lot of things... *gazes in the direction of the Rogue One rant/review*Kibeth41 said:Jesus Christ. Can you write an article that isn't so fucking jaded the entire way through?
I didn't see any 'hate' in the write-up at all, I see the kind of skepticism and anxiety that comes from someone having watched past Warner efforts to build their DCCU on fast-forward. I quite liked the trailer, but Warner have proved they can craft some catastrophically terrible films, so no one's sure until they actually see Justice League.Hating the trailer because you didn't like BvS is like hating Civil War because the first Captain America movie was lame.
On the note of Marter..
When someone doesn't like movies, they probably shouldn't be making movie related content. It's as if he's a Yahtzee wannabe, but whereas content like Zero Punctuation follows a humerous gimmick of extremely fast talking, with entertaining visuals. Literally all of Marter's content is just overly negative almost always, with nothing to counterbalance. And for a reviewer, it makes for a completely unreliable opinion, which means garbage content..
Saelune said:@Kibeth41: The thing is...the first Captain America wasnt lame.
I was drawing a comparison to a hypothetical situation.. It's not that difficult to see that.Darth Rosenberg said:And as someone else pointed out; the first Cap movie was well received and a lot of people regard it very fondly (fans and some non-nerdy film critics alike).
Civil War's trailer (we're talking about trailers and responses, here, not films) arrived after numerous films and hits (critical and commercial), so even if The First Avenger had been panned or shunned, Marvel Studios/Disney build up some serious goodwill.