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Posted:  27 Aug 2016 00:01
5 Comic Book Movies That Never Got the Credit They Deserved

By Robert Yaniz Jr

For decades, comic book characters have been making the leap from the page to the big screen, with results ranging from the crowd-pleasing The Avengers to the much-maligned Catwoman. Now that Marvel and DC heroes have become box office staples, more and more comic book tales are finding their way into theaters. However, while films like The Dark Knight receive heaps of critical praise and monstrous financial success, some comic book movies fail to receive the attention they deserve during their initial release. Here are five such examples, in order of release. We’re giving priority to films that have yet to spawn follow-ups (since sequels indicate a recognized success) or received awards consideration for their achievements (Road to Perdition, American Splendor)........

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I agree these movies should have gotten more credit than that what they got. Oh well there are still awesome to watch.


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Posted:  27 Aug 2016 19:11
I love the Rocketeer. They are supposed to make another one, but they planned on using a different character, a black lady to replace the Rocketeer. So it's another case where political correctness is more important than staying true to characters. I wonder if they learned anything from the failure of the new Ghostbusters. Heck, I wouldn't watch a Charlie's Angels that replaced the girls with men either, or a white guy playing Luke Cage. You know why can't Hollywood just stay true to the original intent of characters?

The original Rocketeer should have gotten a sequel, but as usual in Hollywood it's all about the numbers over quality unless, of course, they can push a personal political agenda of some sort, then they don't worry about the money.

They listed the latest Dredd, but it was a little too much cursing and junk for me. I liked Stallone's version better, myself. I think it got a bum rap.

The Hellboy movies were good, but I think I liked the first one better. I would have liked another one. He's a great character.
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