- Oct 25, 2017
Pattinson would just cower under Phoenix's Joker. No way Reeves would let Phoenix embarrass him like that.
Was about to post this same thing
I'm not talking numbers I'm just saying the violence itself was pretty tame. The average horror film is far more viscerally violent. It would have been very easy for them to make it more gorey. Hell even the average action film shows more.
This looks fine. DCEU Batman isn’t going for that though. It’s going for a Batman with more meat and tanks hits. It reminds me too much of Miller‘s Batman which isn’t my favorite. I like my Batman to look more flexible and not someone that looks smushed in a suit.
You're spoiling the movie, not hurting my feelings. A movie that came out 5 days ago. Not all of us have seen it by now. I'm normally not a stickler for spoilers, but for movies that require a level of suspense to work, I make an exception.
It wasn't really a comment on the Joker movie tbf, it was more a pisstake that Batman is a maniac in BvS
I agree the armor plate with muscle definition does suck. But I think it was great to see a Frank Miller-esque Batman on screen. The only problem is they shouldn’t have started the DCEU with a Frank Miller-esque Batman.My point is that almost every modern depiction of Batman has muscle outlines in his suit to show the athleticism required to jump, climb or swing rooftops. He's not Spider-Man who can do this effortlessly. Sure, Batfleck is bulky but he moves more agile and graceful than all of Batman's previous depictions.
As long as we can agree that an armor plate with muscle definition is not the way to go.
The only reason this suti works is due to the color of the world around him. Unless the movie has a straight up different color pallet than what's expected, it ain't gonna work that great.
They're... I don't even know what to say.
the should pads are non negotiable