After two and a half years of petitions and determination in the face of opposition that was almost as relentless as we are, they’re finally going to release the Snyder Cut.
It’s been two years since Warner Bros. released the Justice League movie in theaters. It’s well past time for them to release the Snyder Cut.
It’s Batman’s 80th anniversary this weekend, and I’m ranking all the Batman movies we’ve seen on the big screen.
Summer is still the biggest season for movies, and critics are still the biggest factor in how well a movie will do. But should you really listen to their opinions?
The characters are the most important part of any story; and the origin story is the most important part of any character.
Movies based on DC Comics have always had trouble finding their own identity; figuring out what movies to make and with whom. Here are my ideas for the franchise.
There is, in each of us, a limit to the amount and type of violence we’ll accept in our entertainment. Where do we draw the line? And why? I also share my thoughts about Ben Affleck’s current situation, Kelly Marie Tran’s article in the New York Times, and more.
For the last decade, people have been saying DC should make movies the way Marvel makes them. But shouldn’t DC do things their own way, the way that’s worked for them for almost 80 years?