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Several publications called The Dark Knight the best comic-book hero adaptation ever made. Roger Ebert said it, alongside Iron Man, had redefined the potential of superhero films by combining comic-book tropes with real world events.[ai] Some appreciated its complex moral tale about the effects of vigilantism and terrorism on contemporary society. Emanuel Levy and Manohla Dargis praised the depiction of the characters as possessing both positive and negative aspects, such as Batman's efforts to end crime provoking unintended consequences and a greater response from criminals; Dargis believed The Dark Knight's exploration of chaos, fear, and death, following the September 11 attacks in 2001, represented "that American movies have entered a new era of ambivalence when it comes to their heroes or maybe just superness."[aj] Others criticized the dark, grim, intense, and self-serious tone as lacking any elements of fun or fantasy.[ak] David Denby said The Dark Knight was a product of a "time of terror", but focused on embracing and unleashing it while cynically setting up a sequel. Stephanie Zacharek and David Edelstein criticized a perceived lack of visual storytelling in favor of exposition, and aspects of the plot being difficult to follow amid the fast pace and loud score. Christopher's action direction was criticized, especially during fight scenes where it could be difficult to see things clearly, although the prologue bank heist was praised as among the film's best.[al]
The Dark Knight 2008 Full Movie Download
The Dark Knight is considered a blueprint for the modern superhero film that productions either attempt to closely emulate or deliberately counter.[bc] Its financial, critical, and cultural successes legitimized the genre with film studios at a time when recent films, such as Daredevil, Hulk (both 2003), Fantastic Four (2005), and Superman Returns (2006) had failed to meet expectations. The genre became a focus of annual studio strategies rather than a relatively niche project, and a surge of comic-book adaptations followed, in part because of their broad franchising potential. In 2008, Ebert wrote; "[The Dark Knight], and to a lesser degree Iron Man, redefine the possibilities of the 'comic-book movie'". The Atlantic wrote Iron Man's legacy in launching the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) could not have happened without the financial and critical success of The Dark Knight, which made comic book adaptations a central focus of film studios.
Finally, a novel by Matt Wolfrom: The obvious answer to me would have to be Cowboy Bebop more than any other anime I've seen (and there have been quite a few) because I honestly believe that it would succeed if directed, cast, and advertised right.Let me start with the easier, but often neglected, task of advertising for this film. The idea is rather simple, but could be quite powerful if done correctly. The way to market this film , odd as it may sound, is to advertise it as something that it isn't. Now, before fans of this classic anime start trying to find out where I live so that they can hunt me down, let me explain what I mean. When I say that it should be advertised as something it isn't, I mean it should be advertised as a high-budget (which hopefully it would be), summer, action blockbuster, much in the way that The Dark Knight was. Would it be action-packed like The Dark Knight? Certainly, but also like The Dark Knight, it would (again, hopefully) have much more substance to it. Bebop is more than the shootouts and the spaceship dogfights. It is a character study that focuses in on the lives of 4 (5, if you count Ein) very different characters and really allows us, as the audience, to take a deeper look into their pasts, as well as their present-day lives and really allow us to get to know these characters while they are trying to make a living many years into the future. However, movies that are brilliant character studies are usually not released until the fall and winter months in order to recieve attention for Oscar season and usually tend to make very little money unless they are awarded Best Picture, which isn't exactly the kind of response that movie producers would like to recieve from a high-budget film. So, in order to make bank off this one, they have to pull out all the stops on advertising while still maintaining secrecy about how the movie actually plays out, much like The Dark Knight, which was advertised as a action-packed summer blockbuster of good vs evil, but actually delivered a much more complex and darker storyline than many people, myself included, were expecting. That being said however, they can not afford to over-simplify. If they hinge the whole film's advertisements on the concept of "bounty-hunters in space", this movie will flop worse than Speed Racer.Onward to the director. I'll sum it up because the last paragraph was a little long. If Christopher Nolan or David Fincher make this movie, it will be golden. Nolan's fantastic and complex character studies in The Dark Knight have proven to me, and hopefully the rest of the world, that he knows how to build and develop great characters into what they should be while balancing between maintaining the accuracy to the source material and making the characters realistic and believable. Fincher is fantastic at this as well, but also brings some brilliantly technical aspects to his films. Remember the Brad Pitt blips in the early scenes of Fight Club at Edward Norton's workplace and doctor's office? What if Spike had flashes of his past pop in and out on him (and the audience) like that, only to be revealed in depth later in the movie? I, for one, think that would be tremendous. Yes, Zack Snyder is also a name I pondered about for this movie, but until I see Watchmen, I'm not committing to that idea.Finally, the cast.Now, many people I've talked to have said that Spike Spiegel's character is impossible to cast correctly. I disagree, but you do have to look past the fro in order to find someone suitable. My ideal candidate is Brad Pitt, and I'll tell you why. You may or may not think he's lame for being so frequently sighted in the media as the masculine half of Brangelina, but beyond that public persona is the persona he brings with him to the screen. In my mind, he is the slickest and coolest guy in films today, excluding the obvious Samuel L. Jackson. His character in Fight Club was the perfect smooth-operating bad-ass that everyone, including Edward Norton's character, wanted to be. However, it is his ability to make these characters' underlying brilliance shine that makes him the perfect candidate for Spike, with or without the fro.Who would play his counterpart and occasionally more level-headed partner, Jet Black, come alive? That's a complicated one to be sure. If people would forgive me for adjusting Jet's race a little, I would have to go with Samuel L. Jackson. Spike and Jet are the two coolest cats (if you'll forgive the outdated expression) in the Solar System. Why not have the two coolest actors in Hollywood playing them? Plus, if you tone down the exuberance of his ninja in Afro Samurai just a tad to the level of his character in Snakes On A Plane, Jackson's Jet could be the level-headed, but still cool foil to Pitt's trouble-making Spike.As for Faye Valentine and Edward Wong Hau Pepelu Tivruski IV, i.e. Ed, you will probably have to look outside of Hollywood to find the actor's suitable to play these roles. I haven't stumbled across a woman in Hollywood since Lucy Liu ten years ago who I think could portray the cunning and quick-talking, yet inwardly vulnerable Faye Valentine and I sure as hell haven't seen a child-actor who could play a girl who looks like a boy with ADHD up the wall like Ed does, but then again, you don't see characters like that everyday, so maybe there is somebody, we just haven't seen that from them yet.Ein? Simple. Breed a corgi and train it to use its nose to type. Easy enough.Now for the bad news. Now that Heath Ledger has passed away, I don't know of a single actor in Hollywood who could pull off the sinister brutality of Vicious unless we can bring a young Malcom McDowell, fresh off A Clockwork Orange back from the 70s to play the role, but more on him in a second. Javier Bardem might be able to pull it off, but I also had him in mind to play Mad Pierrot if he ever showed up in the movie.Finally, a quick note on a small role done right, in order to fill the roles of the Red Dragon Clan's Council of Elders, who, as there names indicate, are really old with an air of sinister about them, Malcolm McDowell would fit perfectly if, instead of doing the twin effect they've done in The Parent Trap, you instead make it into a triplet effect, with McDowell playing all three of the council's members. In order to distinguish the characters, you would have to dub over two of his on-screen clones, but that's a small price to pay to have his sinister combo of presence and voice sitting in the thrones of the most powerful crime syndicate in the solar system.So to all you fans of the series out there, this isn't blasphemy. Bebop can be made and be successful. It just has to be done right. Oh, and also be limited to no more than 3 movies total if sequels are going to be made.So here's the question for this week. It's a repeat, but we haven't done it in a while and people love it, soooooooooo: