Confessions of a Superhero. I found it interesting and worth watching, but it honestly left me feeling like really depressed… so I don’t know.
I love the 2 1990’s Adams family movies. They were casted, written and directed so perfectly. I guess they were technically a reboot as well but that was one occasion where the reboot was far better then the original (IMO). It was so sad that Raul Julia died after the second movie. He was the perfect Gomez. I would have loved to see him back for a third.The animated Addams Family 2. It was OK, but not Addams level. The Addams family take a road trip to find out if Wednesday is a true Addams of if she was switched at birth because a happy and excited Fester juggled the babies in the ward when she was born.
We came home and watched Addams Family Values. John Astin started Gomez, Raul Julia was Gomez. I miss when movies would attempt to be different or push envelopes. Now everything is safe and the same with new titles. We're rebooting old films to make them all the same or into a franchise. Deadpool is a good counter to the current movie culture.
I still need to watch those. Are they on hbo max? Did they turn out as good as the Dark Knight returns and Red Hood?Batman: The Long Halloween parts 1 and 2. They are really fantastic. And th3 artist for Catwoman and Batman is phenomenal!
They are on HBO Max. Some things deviated from the comic for more drama or to make the stakes feel more real. Catwoman was a true anti-hero. Every villain had both a hero and true villain moment, for instance Joker went full detective and claimed to be the worst and best of Batman if he would let go of his moral conviction and it was as chilling as it sounds, but it hammered the dichotomies as it showed Joker is insane in one way and very sane in others so you feel mixed, like there is some good but he could be playing you as he attempts to wipe out a gathering for reasons. Under the Red Hood seemed more revenge and fight fire with fire with Joker just doing awful things for the laughs and his own amusement. It was just really, really well thought out and put together like Dark Knight returns and Mask of the Phantasm level of thought.I still need to watch those. Are they on hbo max? Did they turn out as good as the Dark Knight returns and Red Hood?
BTW. You like a lot of cool shit… just saying.
Much respect. One of the few movies I've walked out of. It took Iron Man to go back. Then Force Awakens for me to walk back out.Think the last one I saw and watched all the way through in a theater or otherwise was Prometheus.
I don't go to movie theaters anymore.