Worst crittic frfr hate reading all this about a great movie. Get a real job dude
Thanks for writing, everyone.
Ryan Kesterson: You obviously have some serious anger-management issues. You must be real terrifying to be around at parties (and probably Trump rallies). And if "movies are not as important as [I] seem to think they are," then why is it so agonizing to you that someone disagrees with you about a film that you obviously think is the bestest ever made? Also, my life's not at all miserable, but thanks for projecting!
Asm299216: Unlike Ryan's right-wing-styled rant, your anger sounds more like that of a 16-year-old fanboy. Also, your illiterate comment is a cautionary tale for why it's important for children to stay in school.
Tired of Marvel: Thanks for your take. However, contrary to you (and Asm299216) thinking I only gave the film a mixed review because it was dark, I actually state in my review (including the very last line) that I think the dark angle works for this film.
BuffyDawn Summers: Absolutely agree with your view regarding Pa Kent, who was borderline psychotic in Man of Steel.
I am a DC fan, grew up with these superheros and it pains me to no end what they are doing with Batman and Sups in the second millenium.
Sups is still needing his daily dose of prozac. We had 150 min to see Batman And Sups make peace because of their mother's name, but i still think that Sups problem is his father figure. Donner's Superman and Smallville painted John Kent as a positive character that guided Clark to be the better man in both representations, MoS turned Mr. Kent exactly to the other side. So, Clark didn't grow to be the better assured man, which would make him a better Superman too.The self assured Clark and latter Superman were the direct product of the way his parents dealt with their special son.
You do not tell you son to leave people to die to hide talents that could save them. Imagine fathers around the world saying this to their firefighters sons (9/11?)
Someone in DC/WB has to sit down ro think of what they are doing so that they won't alienate people like me.
I am just sad that DC/WB left these superheroes in the hands of people that do not care for them. Could they remove Zack Snyder please?
Reading your review gave me horrible flashbacks to my intro to film class in college. You sound like a pompous self-absorbed asshole who chose a shitty major and is now trying to justify it. Do you honestly take yourself seriously? It's a fucking comic book movie for Christ's sake. I don't like comics at all, but the movie was entertaining nonetheless. You must also be real fun at parties. I can only hope that your life is as miserable as you make it out to be. My advice to you is to get over yourself, realize that movies are not as important as you seem to think they are, and enjoy life a little bit.
everyone keeps wanting a marvel happy superhero with wise cracking morally superior heroes that never really deal with the consequences of their actions. This was meant to be dark and humorless. Doomsday is the monster that is unkillable, how do you make that light hearted. Was DC supposed to just make an avengers movie?
Ohh shut up your the peace shit that never satisfied with a fucking movie there a dam reason why shit was left unanswered also of course shit will be dark after the man of steel asshole a fucking city started blowing up people died just watch marvel movies if you want happy good times there more I can say but I don't wanna be here long you peace of shit read comics
Fantastic movie, fantastic review. So much depth in this movie what with details about all sorts of prejudice relating to the sex, race, and/or ethnicity of a person.
I'm not a Trump fan, nor a right-winger. But your comment shows the
You forgot Eddie & The Cruisers II... Thank God It's Friday.
Thanks for writing, Trump fans. I didn't say ALL right-wingers are morons, and there are morons on the left as well (Bernie Bros, for instance). But to assume this is only a kids' movie is to seriously miss its wide-ranging implications and ideals, most targeted toward the sort of racial and xenophobic intolerance being used as the platform by the right's current hero.
Love to see a review of a movie about diversity filled with hatred and vitriol directed at a group you don't like. Just an editorial note for the future: self righteous bigotry is an ugly thing.
I think it is great that you begin the discussion of a movie built around diversity by naming an entire group as morons. Self righteous bigotry is so unbecoming.
Love how this tool brings politics into a review of a kids movie.
Loved the movie, and the subtext. Also, I'm a right-wing moron.
Don't you have to have a certain skill level to become a movie reviewer. Isn't there any type of test? All I can say is that the movie was very entertaining, Joseph Fiennes played his role of the fictional character Clavius very well, the supporting cast was good and there were even a few comedic elements woven into the story. Go watch it. You'll enjoy it.
Uh oh, sounds like someone was offended that his hero Rush was lambasted. And shouldn't you have been at church Sunday morning instead of playing on the Internet?
I don't know how you manage to include references to Rush Limbaugh in a review about a movie that illustrates something that happened two thousand years ago but . . . oh wait . . . OF COURSE I do.
Next time, try to REVIEW THE MOVIE instead of upchucking your empty political opinion during a time when you're supposed to be "doing your job" as a "Professional Movie Watcher" . . . which is ludicrous at best.
Thirty minutes of story (less than most single episodes of '60's and 70's TV westerns), an hour of DiCaprio grunting and groaning, all wrapped around an insult to both whites and Native Americans in history. The whites are portrayed mostly as cruel and greedy and the Indians as mostly insensible and murdering; barbarians all. Ah, but attention to detail as DiCaprio had to carefully remove all his cloths after gutting his horse and then laying inside the belly. Little concern for the physical impossibilty of so many of the situations, the bear mauling but no antibiotics or treatment, the swimming in icy waters, no fire in winter. Reminiscent of the mindlessness of Apocalypto.
I couldn't disagree more; Tom Hardy's performance as Fitzgerald was spectacular and he's fully deserving of the nomination. One of the best actors in the business.
Brilliantly shot - makes the viewer feel You're there. Going to see it again with a crew. Movie is liong but still Resonates. In fact, Not sure, if some reviewers a tually watched Revenant given the utter repellant tone.
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