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I love the posts wondering if this is suppose to be cheesy or taken seriously... Maybe just like "They Live" and "Videodrome"with it's depictions of people in society vicariously living through television and movies (before second life came along) it's meant to be BOTH fun, weird, and serious. You know, like "The Dictator," (The charlie chplin movie of the 1930s), Wall-e, or "Dr. Strangelove." come on people, quite shitting on anything creative that stands outside the box of The Expendables and Transformer bullshit fluff. Sci-Fi/fantasy is supposed to be about big ideas, social commentary, and strange characters relating to our present time.
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The Dark Knight Rises
It truly is the end of the world because for once the third installment of a franchise is at the very least on par with the rest. And that is a pretty damn good thing. Unlike Spiderman 3 with it being unable to properly balance and handle it's four main characters including Spiderman himself, Rises manages to squeeze in five aspiring characters. I won't say who the are but I will say it is an awesome little nod of what could possibly come next. Is this the conclusion that was teased all since last year? Well yes and no. It does tie itself off but at the same time it does leave it open for other directors to take the helm. I'm really crossing my fingers and hoping they don't reboot this franchise and just leave it the fuck alone. This version of batman did a great job of not killing off main villians in it's movies, portraying batman correctly, and giving us a high standard when it comes to comic book films. I always hope that super hero franchises just would be given the "Bond" treatment that is, make two to four movies and then pass it on to the next set or directors and actors. Lets see scarecrow get his own movie. I know WBros are going for the Justice league thing, and have been trying at it for the past decade now it seems. But there is no need to establish new actors for these characters. We already know who they are, we don't need "the Amazing Batman" to come out next year. That being said, if they chose to make another Batman film with a new director, and god help us, a new direction, I really hope they do the smart thing at this point and make the next movie on a smaller scale. Like I said, lets have Scarecrow be the main villain or the Riddler, Someone who can test Batman's intelligence and wits a little more next time as oppose to his fighting prowess. They can't go with another "the whole city/world is at stake" kind of thing again. At that point it would be overdone and boring. These are my thoughts on the movie and franchise itself. Hope you enjoyed the video pared with this. Thank you and good night.
It makes me wonder how a film like Season of the Witch gets world wide release while a film like this gets swept under the rug. This film is brilliance in it's challenging of the ideas of faith and religion. There are no heroes, just people, small ignorant little people. It's reflection of the dark ages at it's best during the plight of the black plague.