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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Overrated... the novelty wears thin

    I really wanted to see this movie… not because word of mouth said it was amazing. All word of mouth I heard said it was alright. I wanted to see it because it was something new. Making film into a comic book rather than movies like Batman Begins and Spiderman where the comic book is adapted to a movie. So my mind set was positive. However, this translation from page to celluloid gets annoying. True, some shots looked amazing with the black and white and bits of red. It really is cool in the beginning however, the viewer becomes numb to it after a half hour and then you have to watch it like it’s just another movie. And as far as movies go, it’s not that hot. The film noir that the movie was going for seemed less like a movie of that genre than a spoof on it. The male leads were able to pull of some of the lines, but Frank Miller can’t write a female character to save his life. I understand that Rodriguez and Miller wanted to stay rigidly true to the source material, but some of the lines should not have spoken. I’m glad Rodriguez was able to but together such good actors, because a group of less talented ones would not be able to control their giggles. Mickey Rourke shines as Marv, but his story is less entertaining than that of Bruce Willis and Jessica Alba. Clive Owen does a great job as Dwight, but the storyline is barely amusing. The greatest parts of the movie are the opening scene and Bruce Willis’s final scene. Everything else is lack luster.

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