outsider wrote:Are we cross?
The Avengers had just as many jokey-jokes, so it seems like that reviewer had an axe to grind.
Has TDW had many negative reviews? I've heard mostly good buzz.
Meh to that reviewer. I guess we’re looking for different things in movies. I look forward to the fun moments almost as much as the action. With the Marvel movies and Star Trek.
Evidently Kyle Smith couldn't be bothered to actually pay attention to the movie that he was supposedly reviewing.
Jack Burton wrote:
He writes for the New York Post.
To me that in and of itself makes his opinion invalid.
LMAO, you guys are hilarious!
TDW is getting slightly worse reviews than MoS and it's making less money:
-54 on metacritic compared to MoS' 55.
-66% on RT but the average is 6.2/10 which is exactly the same as MoS. If you only look at top critics, TDW has 38% compared to MoS' 53% among top critics.
Now it is all about preference and that's fine and dandy that some of you prefer superhero movies that don't take themselves seriously, nothing wrong with that. The point I was making was there's no fucking way that WB is looking at TDW's performance and thinking that they need adopt that shit for Batman VS Superman.
For months on end many of you have assumed MoS was flawed for not being more "fun" and TDW demonstrated that more "fun" =/= better reception among the general public.