Why can't people just enjoy a movie for what it's worth instead of trying to pick it apart. So, some of the "true fans" of the comic will have a problem..........but why? By now, including me being a fan of the Bat (yes I read many comics and trades of him over the years)should realize that the movies are not going to be an exact extraction from the comics, plus the fact that just about every character on there (super-powered, that is) never could exist in the real world. That obviously means to me that the boundaries can be pushed or simply ran over.
I think Ruffalo did a good job, myself. As far as arguing the facts of a "hole in the plot" over Banner and controlling "the other guy" is truly irrelevant due to the fact that in real life that a guy turning into a ten foot road block of a green monster and back could not happen. Just call it "movie magic" as Kevin Smith says, get over it, and enjoy the movie.....
I don't know where this is coming from. Was a conversation deleted recently? No one's complaining about changes from the comic (Of which there are numerous examples!) but that he didn't think a scene was explained and viewed it as a plot hole.
Oh, and a bit of advice? You can't tell people to just enjoy a movie, it doesn't work that way. Also a lack of overall realism doesn't excuse plot holes. This movie doesn't have that, but still, keep that in mind.
headsortails wrote:Now all in all, this movie was great. It had great action, a lot of laughs, and was kid friendly enough where parents could feel at ease to take their kids to see it without worrying about language, drug use, or over the top bloody violence. As for The Dark Knight Rises......well that's going to be a different story. It's gonna be dark and violent. I soooooooooooo can't wait to see it. So don't start yelling that the Avengers is going to be the biggest just yet............. Bane's fixing to fuk some sh@t up!!!!!!
Dark Knight Rises has one huge obstacle: It needs to overcome The Dark Knight. It needs to be better than the last, and I seriously doubt it can live up to that. Plus, it's the third part of a trilogy, the number 3 is practically cursed; Spider-Man 3, X-Men 3, Mass Effect 3, Superman III, all of them were eaten alive despite having two great entries before them. I genuinely believe Dark Knight Rises will be amazing, but I also have to account for the possibility that it won't be as amazing as the last movie.
...the last movie being The Dark Knight, not the last movie I listed. Saying something isn't as great as Superman III is a very cruel thing to say.