Fan petitions, especially ones like Release the Ayer Cut that support filmmakers and their visions, are and will always be important.
In the last podcast, I talked about how raising monuments to people turns them into legends. Books and movies do the same thing to the people who make them.
“Suicide Squad” is generally considered to be the weakest film in the DCEU continuity, mostly because of its unorthodox style of storytelling. But could that “weakness” actually be a strength?
A lot of people say Jesse Eisenberg’s performance as Lex Luthor is one of the worst comic book movie performances ever. A lot of *other* people disagree, saying it’s a layered, nuanced portrayal of one of comic book’s greatest villains.