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Hama wrote:
Maybe if they brought in Whedon from the start...

I knew it.

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Haterade this early in the morning?


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Mark Thomas 66 wrote:
Haterade this early in the morning?

it provides all the necesssary vitamins and minerals!

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Thomas Seitz wrote:
It might have helped but I'm pretty sure once you went Zack Snyder...there wasn't much else they could do.

He could've made Superman blue, and maybe have him wave his schlong around in front of the camera while Batman reminisces.

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Freehold DM wrote:
Mark Thomas 66 wrote:
Haterade this early in the morning?
it provides all the necesssary vitamins and minerals!

*sips tea*

My hate doesn't have an off switch.


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Will watch it this weekend. Hope it will not get too bad. But I might be a little optimistic^^

The DC movies I am mostly optimistic about are Batgirl, Wonder Woman 2 and Aquaman. The rest not so much^^

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lowfyr01 wrote:

Will watch it this weekend. Hope it will not get too bad. But I might be a little optimistic^^

The DC movies I am mostly optimistic about are Batgirl, Wonder Woman 2 and Aquaman. The rest not so much^^

Yeaaaaaaah,
Whedon wrote:
"She came up, and I started getting obsessed with how a young woman could get hardcore enough to need to put on the cowl. Like, what's her damage?"

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The best I've heard about the movie is that it is OK. The best.


I heard the Amazons got a costume remake under Snyder/Whedon.....

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Well played sir, I was waiting to bring that up.

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*eye twitch*

They already had the f+!%ing WW costumes...

*eye twitch*


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I heard the Amazons got a costume remake under Snyder/Whedon.....

^_^

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Haven't seen, don't particularly care about DC movieverse much, but saw a side-by-side of the armor from WW and JL.

...

Okay, could stretch the mind around the WW armor, it's lightweight armor built for warmer climes and mobile warfare.

... not bondageagogo play-pretend leather.

Actually, take that back, it's even worse than that. Bondageagogo leather would be more durable and cover more...

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Yeah, there is costume changes.

Spoiler:
Flashback sequence dealing with Steppy's first assault on Earth features amazons from Age of Heroes, when they used either leather bikinis or deep cleavage armors.

And in the modern era, some amazons (like Hippolyta) still have their old armor. But many others, like Penthasilea and Nubia, have metal bikini armors, just a modern version of those leather bikinis.

Also there are FAR MORE assshots of Wonder Woman and other Amazons.

So yeah.

Also sorry Freehold, under Snyder since these were shown a while ago before Whedon was even on board. Take that, hatred.

Though the worst parts in JL are the added comedy parts sooo 50/50


Any chance its just playing to the recent obsession with ripped abs?


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I just watched Batman vs. Superman with my 8 year old, who's review boiled down to "Batman has a lot of dreams that don't make sense", "I liked the fight with the monster at the end", "Why do they bury Superman, they should put him in the sun, he's not really dead", and "Is that Zsasz?!" when Luthor is doing the mumbling crazy shtick is a prison jumpsuit.


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Your 8 year old could write a better script.


Rysky wrote:
lowfyr01 wrote:

Will watch it this weekend. Hope it will not get too bad. But I might be a little optimistic^^

The DC movies I am mostly optimistic about are Batgirl, Wonder Woman 2 and Aquaman. The rest not so much^^

Yeaaaaaaah,
Whedon wrote:
"She came up, and I started getting obsessed with how a young woman could get hardcore enough to need to put on the cowl. Like, what's her damage?"

I hope he does not go the James Cameron route with female action roles. Sarah Connor in a Batgirl costume we do not need. If they take inspiration from the last years of the Comic I would be glad.

And please no parent killed and that motivates someone to put on the cowl.

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I’m with ya there, but this is Whedon we’re talking about.

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You mean the Buffy Summers school of parents dying in your arms?


Wouldn't that be the "finding your mother dead on the couch" school?


@Rysky: Perhaps he will try something new^^

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Technically, but there's the whole trying to revive her scene. Though the power of showing what happens when a superstrength character panics and forgets they have superstrength was something that stuck with me.

And her reaction upon hearing the crack as her mother's chest cavity collapsed under her attempts at CPR......I love Gellar as an actress for pulling it off, but damn that was a brutal decision for a director to make.

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lowfyr01 wrote:
@Rysky: Perhaps he will try something new^^

That worries me even more.


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Technically, but there's the whole trying to revive her scene. Though the power of showing what happens when a superstrength character panics and forgets they have superstrength was something that stuck with me.

And her reaction upon hearing the crack as her mother's chest cavity collapsed under her attempts at CPR......I love Gellar as an actress for pulling it off, but damn that was a brutal decision for a director to make.

That and it reminded me that even without superstrength you can break ribs during CPR. And it showed how much restraint she must have to always remember her strenght and not break something or someone. One of the best examples for the "world of cardboard" speech.

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Mark Thomas 66 wrote:

Technically, but there's the whole trying to revive her scene. Though the power of showing what happens when a superstrength character panics and forgets they have superstrength was something that stuck with me.

And her reaction upon hearing the crack as her mother's chest cavity collapsed under her attempts at CPR......I love Gellar as an actress for pulling it off, but damn that was a brutal decision for a director to make.

Whether you love Whedon or hate him I think that you have to admit that some of the episodes of Buffy are absolutely incredible.

I'm in the fairly large group that believes that The Body is probably the single most moving TV episode ever made.


Given what I've heard from reviews, I gotta say that I'm disappeared that this film didn't really even try to have some kind of hopeful message or theme. That's basically the one thing that DC theoretically has over Marvel is that their films try to have pathos at lot more enough. That's one of the reasons why I considered watching this over Thor 3, which seemed like fun but potentially empty. Instead, even the best complimentary reviews for Justice League claim it's fun and not much else.


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Mark Thomas 66 wrote:

Technically, but there's the whole trying to revive her scene. Though the power of showing what happens when a superstrength character panics and forgets they have superstrength was something that stuck with me.

And her reaction upon hearing the crack as her mother's chest cavity collapsed under her attempts at CPR......I love Gellar as an actress for pulling it off, but damn that was a brutal decision for a director to make.

Whether you love Whedon or hate him I think that you have to admit that some of the episodes of Buffy are absolutely incredible.

I'm in the fairly large group that believes that The Body is probably the single most moving TV episode ever made.

I truly loved that last episode.


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*isn't surprised by Delightful's comment* I'm convinced Warner Bros WANTS grim dark more than anyone.


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Thomas Seitz wrote:
*isn't surprised by Delightful's comment* I'm convinced Warner Bros WANTS grim dark more than anyone.

cheese has had its time.

Still we will see what blue and gold movie looks like.


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*isn't surprised by Delightful's comment* I'm convinced Warner Bros WANTS grim dark more than anyone.

Warner Bros: Patty we just loved how much money your Wonder Women film made for us, but do you think in the sequel you have Wonder Woman accidentally brutally murder all the Amazons on Themyscira? Our data charts show that maladjusted 13 year boys and misanthropic forty year old men really emotionally traumatized ultra-violent heroes so we think this new direction will make us a whole lot of money. So, what do you think about totally non-negotiable proposal?

Patty Jenkins: Well that's just...

Warner Bros: Wait, wait, before you say anything, do you think get a couple more shots of Wonder Women's ass in the next one too? All the boys and manboys would really dig that.

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Delightful wrote:
Warner Bros: Our data charts show

Patty Jenkins: Oh, I'm sorry, which one of you directed the highest grossing superhero origin movie of all time? Which one of you directed the only critically claimed DCU movie?


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Rysky wrote:
Delightful wrote:
Warner Bros: Our data charts show
Patty Jenkins: Oh, I'm sorry, which one of you directed the highest grossing superhero origin movie of all time? Which one of you directed the only critically claimed DCU movie?

Warner Bros: But...

Warner Bros: But without chart we don't what to do.

Patty Jerkins: That much is obvious.


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I would be interested in seeing a justice league film by her.

I'm sure whedon has already destroyed this one.


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Freehold DM wrote:

I would be interested in seeing a justice league film by her.

I'm sure whedon has already destroyed this one.

Given that she's Warner Bros one and only hope right now I wouldn't be surprised if she does make the next Justice league film.

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Freehold DM wrote:

I would be interested in seeing a justice league film by her.

I'm sure whedon has already destroyed this one.

Given that she's Warner Bros one and only hope right now I wouldn't be surprised if she does make the next Justice league film.

Given that she's Warner Bros one and only hope right now, I would be greatly surprised if she does make the next Justice League film.


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I'm kind of siding with Fyre. It's clear Warner Bros is still stuck in 1980s or something when it comes getting new ideas. Certainly enough that if Patty DID make a new Justice League, she should clearly make it for Earth-11, with the gender swapped versions.


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Thomas Seitz wrote:
I'm kind of siding with Fyre. It's clear Warner Bros is still stuck in 1980s or something when it comes getting new ideas. Certainly enough that if Patty DID make a new Justice League, she should clearly make it for Earth-11, with the gender swapped versions.

I'd just love to a have a delightfully weird Multiversity film. Sunshine Superman, Cowboy Batman, and Wonderous Man join forces and fight Vampire versions of the Justice League


Or they do a homage to Multiversity. I liked that comic. :)


Thomas Seitz wrote:
Or they do a homage to Multiversity. I liked that comic. :)

DCEU definitely needs a lot more of the warmth of Earth 5, that's for damn sure.


Well not sure we need that much warmth but warmer than we have now, sure.

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Freehold DM wrote:

I would be interested in seeing a justice league film by her.

I'm sure whedon has already destroyed this one.

Actually most people claim that he saved it by inserting actual color, humor and some light heartedness into the film.

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Hama wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:

I would be interested in seeing a justice league film by her.

I'm sure whedon has already destroyed this one.

Actually most people claim that he saved it by inserting actual color, humor and some light heartedness into the film.

... and others are saying that Whedon's valiant efforts were not enough. :(

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Well he managed to elevate the film from "total waste and dark turd" to "OK". I call that an accomplishment.


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I saw it last night, I really enjoyed it.


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As noted above, whedon can do no wrong, to some.

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Oh he can do wrong. He done plenty wrong. He can also do right. Awesome right.

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Freehold DM wrote:
As noted above, whedon can do no wrong, to some.

Oh come on, you can't hand someone piece of a slag and expect a masterwork weapon out of it.

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He got the broken condition repaired :D

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Hama wrote:
He got the broken condition repaired :D

No, I think he got the Destroyed condition back up to broken. :(

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