I'm sorry, how does a big opening "defeat" critics? I suppose critics are still smarting from their "blows" at the hands of BvS's opening?ShyViolet wrote:Wow!!! Take that, critics!!
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I thought if anything, BvS taught us what a hollow lie big box-office openings were, how they represent nothing but optimistic fanboy stampedes, and that it was better to wait for the fallout of actual audience word-of-mouth to settle after they come out of the movie.
(And no one said the movie was bad, just mediocre at worst. Unless certain other comic movies have now traumatized us into the mindset of hiding under our bed and dreading any superhero movies that aren't Disney/Marvel, even if they're Fox, and stubbornly refusing to believe any of them can be competent?)
And according to one review, the movie being set in the 80's, we finally get the yellow-jacketed Jubilee, straight out of the 90's cartoon, only...she never actually gets to do anything in the movie. Both are pretty much what I expect of Singer.