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@ghostman Check your IMDB credits bro, Chris Nolan has a Story credit and a producer credit. He helped craft the story.
It's gotta be "CGI heavy". He f*cking zoomed at him at 200 mph and punched him down a cornfield into a gas station; which gloriously exploded. Then as Nolan always does, he gives us the well written dialogue while Snyder gives a convincing Superman and Zod. And it seems Zod was attempting to attack Kent's mother, and frankly his anger was obvious. That's Angry Superman; I'm all the way in with this film. I know its going to be great, in the same category as TDK and TDKR. I'm hoping Warner and DC will merge Nolan's Batman franchise, and Synder's Superman and make a Batman/Superman film. Forget Justice League. With those two franchises combined, DC will have Marvel by the balls.
AWESOME! That's what I've been waiting too see. Angry Superman on the big screen.
Brandon S. Todd reviewed the movie Pain & Gain

"A sadistic movie...but still a damn good movie."
Plus, who the hell doesn't want to see Cavill's Superman and Bale's Batman on the big screen, in IMAX in an epic story and film because you know Synder will direct, Goyer and J. Nolan will write, and C. Nolan will Produce. Marvel you better watch your assess, that's all I gotta say.
F*ck Justice League. Let's getta Batman/Superman movie...that would absolutely rule the box office, and perhaps shatter Marvel's mojo more than a bit.
Absolutely Awesome.
The 2008 Hulk film did well at the box-office, and it was a damn good movie; better than Captain America and Thor in my opinion...Marvel is ignoring their most interesting character in Bruce Banner, and something isn't right with that....he's a part of Marvel. He's a part of the Avengers...give the character another Solo film; plain and simple.
Why is Feige and Marvel being so reluctant in starting on Incredible Hulk 2??? The Hulk is one of the main reasons the Avengers did so well. Mark Ruffalo can more than handle the lead role of Bruce Banner. It simply makes no sense why Marvel Studios is not pushing for a second Hulk film...if they could get it right with Ruffalo, and expand on the Hulk franchise as they are on Iron Man, Cap, and Thor then Marvel will fare better; and the fans, including myself, will be much more satisfied.
Brandon S. Todd wrote a comment about the news item EXCLUSIVE: Ben Kingsley Talks Iron Man 3
Black and Co had a lot of potential there in Kingsley and the Mandarin character with all the arcs and comic story-lines featuring Iron Man and The Mandarin battling and they completely wasted that opportunity and wasted a lot of fans money who were expecting to see the Mandarin in his full form. The Mandarin is too Iron Man what The Joker is too Batman....Feige, Black, and whoever else was involved in the decision to absolutely mess up the Mandarin character sure will lose a lot respect from fanatical fans, that's for sure.
Brandon S. Todd wrote a comment about the news item EXCLUSIVE: Ben Kingsley Talks Iron Man 3
I'm tired of Marvel touting Kinglsey as a villain of "Joker" proportions. In the comics, yes he is a supervillain. Stark's most formidable foe...SPOILER..................In this film he's a f*cking actor, paid by Killian to f*cking make terrorist commercials....PATHETIC MARVEL! PATHETIC!!!
Very nice
Brandon S. Todd reviewed the movie Iron Man 3

""Iron Man 3 is a must see"
That's awesome...its seems that what we saw in the poster is simply the military capturing Supes because he is an alien...he has superpowers and is practically a super-human...but I believe the military will realize after Zod's attacks that they need him in order to survive Zod's wrath...
Joss Whedon and his cynical screenwriting will probably have Tony Stark killed off in Avengers 2 so that will be a problem solved...Downey's Tony Stark cannot be replaced...so the logical solution is to kill off Stark, and bring in Ant-Man, Black Panther, Doctor Strange, etc...I honestly am about tired of the sarcastic quips of Downey's Stark, and it would be a fitting conclusion for the character if he died a hero much like he almost did in the first Avengers...
Joss Whedon and his cynical screenwriting will probably have Tony Stark killed off in Avengers 2 so that will be a problem solved...Downey's Tony Stark cannot be replaced...so the logical solution is to kill off Stark, and bring in Ant-Man, Black Panther, Doctor Strange, etc...I honestly am about tired of the sarcastic quips of Downey's Stark, and it would be a fitting conclusion for the character if he died a hero much like he almost did in the first Avengers film...
Plus he, along with the other actors of the franchise, are risking being typecast especially Downey as I've seen him in interviews and featurettes and I can't distinguish between Downey and Stark...he's essentially become the character because he's been that character since 2008....that has to get old as an actor, and I know I would want to do something different so I'll understand if Downey retires...in fact I support it.
Downey brings up a very good point. How far can Marvel take this franchise until it becomes redundant? What about the other actors? They're not getting any younger. Studios, with the success of the Avengers, will try and push this franchise as far as they can until they exhaust the superhero-film genre to the point of no return...it has to stop somewhere and Downey realizes this. For him its a job, for us its entertainment. But what's the end game? Will Marvel Studios just keep introducing more properties? I myself am a fan of comic books and comic book films, but I do feel somewhat overwhelmed at how fast Marvel Studios is moving and I know for a fact that Downey Jr. does.
Brandon S. Todd reviewed the movie Evil Dead

"Repulsively Beautiful and Very Evil indeed..."
Brandon S. Todd reviewed the movie Zero Dark Thirty

"This film is very intelligent, gritty, and also overwhelmingly cathartic..."