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proof that big budgets and big stars don't make a movie.
I love the dark feel of the film that was not like your typical "super hero" movie. It seems that some of the critics of this film didn't understand it. Anyone who was a fan of "watchmen" would enjoy and understand this picture.
These characters were not over the top and exaggerated, they were portrayed as real/average people that happen to have super hero problems. This isn't a story that is tied up in a nice little bow at the end, where most Hollywood movies do. This is an edgy story that mirrors the unfortunate reality of actual life. The acting was solid, the directing was clean, and the writing was creative.
Maybe I am guilty of understanding what it really takes to make a film happen, and understand the constraints of time, schedules, and how filmmakers have to often make hard decisions on the fly to make something as big as a film happen.
I still say good job, and I look forward to more.
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