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Yeah, I know what you mean but that is Hollywood today -- CGI and 3D is now the norm.
What annoys me is when they cast a new actor for a superhero movie they start from the beginning each time. I think after 50+ years everybody must know how superman became superman and vice versa for batman and spidernan.
I think Hollywood is lacking originality and is focusing too much on remakes as you said
I've actually never liked the DC movies- I saw the first two recent Batman movies and just skipped the last one. I liked the Marvel ones, but skipped Iron Man 3 because it just seemed like more the same.
I've also started to get into Star Trek, but I get the sinking feeling XI and XII are taking Star Trek into mainstream Hollywood and barely resemble Star Treks I-X.... I just might pass on the new one, despite my girlfriend nagging me to see it.
Now, if you'll excuse me, I'm going to watch some Doctor Who.... :-p
I may watch it after I see the reviews. I honestly don't think it's gonna be that great. I mean they had to advertise it using the Batman movies as leverage.
I stopped watching Marvel movies, and I will never start watching them ever again. I honestly don't know how they keep going.
Star Trek looks more promising. They seem to be focusing more on action than boring philosophy, and are far better than the newer Star Wars (which I also will not watch). They could still use some better actors tho.
Last edited by H_TeXMeX_H; 06-06-2013 at 04:53 AM.