brvheart, on 21 May 2012 - 08:15 AM, said:
I'm assuming you meant unrealistically here, but to answer your question. I didn't say they were presented realistically or unrealistically. I'm just saying that I tend to not enjoy comic book movies. Sin City isn't realistic, but I love that movie because it flows well within the world that it creates. I'm probably not explaining my thoughts on this well. Sorry.
brvheart, on 09 May 2012 - 02:40 PM, said:
My main thing, is that I want the movie to be as realistic as possible within the world created. So I'm fine with Lord of the Rings, because the world they set up has magic, etc. Nolan did such a great job with the first two Batman's... I mean... SUCH a good job, that it seemed highly plausible (with the slight exception being the last +/-20 mintues of Batman Begins) that all of that could happen in our world. It's supposed to have that feel, I think.
I agree that Nolan's Batman movies are supposed to feel like our world. I don't think that's what most comic book movies are going for though.I mean, I totally agree with your premise; movies need to stay true to the world they create. I just think that some of these comic book movies do that.