It's not original at all dude, the shits just coming full circle is all. Intelligence and cunning have always been mistrusted and devious elements of superenemies, clashing directly with the muscles and virtue of the American hero. Also, British Accents. Instant intelligence. Instant authority. Instant evil.PsychedelicDiamond said:Wait wait wait... i haven't seen Green Lantern and i don't plan to do so but... the big obnoxious Macho is the hero and the nerdy guy is the villain? I mean, that's pretty stupid but it's in a way also kinda original... usually it's the other way around.
If you're wanting a review of Paranormal Activity 3, check out Spoony's website. Just be prepared for a long review. It's about an hour long.twesterm said:Ah, too bad Paranormal Activity 3 wasn't shown to critics, I was looking forward to that review today. :-/
Your oppinion on the comics may be what they are, personally I love me some GL, but this movie was not only bad in it's own right, it was also a disgrace to the comic.Snake Plissken said:Ok, ok, ok, we get it.
The Green Lantern film was shitty, but I feel that this still needs to be said...
So are the fucking comic books.
This is the problem. At this point, post-Spider-Man, post-X-Men: First Class, with the Avengers on the horizon, this phrase never should be tacked onto an opinion to justify the film being gelatinous crap. That's like saying Super Mario bros was good, for a videogame movie. If movie producers are going to use a property, they better have the talent and quality actors to churn out something worth seeing and not worthy of scorn.CronoT said:for a comic book movie.