Tag: 2003

Top Ten: Things That Bug Me From Ang Lee’s Hulk Naysayers And My Defenses

Top Ten: Things That Bug Me From Ang Lee’s Hulk Naysayers And My Defenses

I am highly aware that Ang Lee's Hulk (2003) can still be naysayed by people who refuse to judge the film before they see it or those who are MCU diehards wish this wasn't made. There are ten common complaints and I will respond with my defenses. I have to warn you that it might … Continue reading Top Ten: Things That Bug Me From Ang Lee’s Hulk Naysayers And My Defenses

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Top Ten: Why People Should Watch Ang Lee’s Hulk

Top Ten: Why People Should Watch Ang Lee’s Hulk

I am a heavy supporter of Ang Lee's Hulk (2003) since 2017 and I want people to experience how intelligent and original the film is. I believed that the comic book psychodrama film by Ang Lee helped bring in more intelligent, intense and intangible themes that inspired later films including The Dark Knight Trilogy (2005-2012), … Continue reading Top Ten: Why People Should Watch Ang Lee’s Hulk

Ways On Watching The X-Men Films How You Want

Ways On Watching The X-Men Films How You Want

What I love about the X-Men films compared to many other comic book films of the 2000s and 2010s is that they don't have to be connected and you can watch them the way you want. Deadpool has nothing to do with these timelines, because that film is strictly a comedy. Dystopian Timeline: X-Men (2000), … Continue reading Ways On Watching The X-Men Films How You Want

Top Ten: Comic Book Films That Should Have Been R-Rated

Top Ten: Comic Book Films That Should Have Been R-Rated

Since the releases of Logan (2017), Watchmen (2009) and the Blade trilogy (1998-2004), intense and angsty comic book films are on the rise. However, some of the ones that are rated PG-13 don't really fit the rating due to the subject matter. In this case, the MPAA can be unreliable. 10. Swamp Thing (1982): The … Continue reading Top Ten: Comic Book Films That Should Have Been R-Rated

Top Ten: 2000s Films You Don’t Know Were Changed Due To Executive Issues

Top Ten: 2000s Films You Don’t Know Were Changed Due To Executive Issues

Directors and screenwriters can't always get what they want, and that is because of executive issues, usually to either prevent controversy or miscellaneous reasons. 10. Requiem for a Dream (2000): Darren Aronofsky and Hubert Selby Jr. originally wanted the film adaptation of Selby's hit 1978 book to have the three addicts be teenagers instead of … Continue reading Top Ten: 2000s Films You Don’t Know Were Changed Due To Executive Issues

Why I Prefer Angsty And Brilliant Standalone Comic Book Films Instead of Comical Or Interconnected

Why I Prefer Angsty And Brilliant Standalone Comic Book Films Instead of Comical Or Interconnected

I like subverting what people think about certain trends and that is true with my favorite art film directors and screenwriters. The problem with tons of comic book films made in a post-Marvel Cinematic Universe world is that they require you to watch all the films, just like how they want you to read all … Continue reading Why I Prefer Angsty And Brilliant Standalone Comic Book Films Instead of Comical Or Interconnected

Christian Frates v. Marvel Comics

Christian Frates v. Marvel Comics

I had a great day until I saw that Avengers: Infinity War was trending on the internet. I was crying once I realized it. One of my special interests have different comic book characters shown in an angsty, intelligent and bright depiction while the Marvel Cinematic Universe obviously tones it down with tons of toddler … Continue reading Christian Frates v. Marvel Comics