The Last Son of Krypton
The battle of the summer blockbusters has commenced, and after Marvel’s failed attempt to bring sympathy and emotion to an unpleasant egotist, DC looks to eclipse their rivals with what had the makings of an intriguing retelling of their iconic hero. Unfortunately, the result is another underwhelming superhero flick that struggles beneath the weight of its own ambition and doesn’t once come close to matching expectation.
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Having earned them a colossal amount of money with The Dark Knight, Warner Bros rewarded Christopher Nolan with the finances to create an entirely original film.
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Telling the same story, but in a slightly different way.
The middle part of 2012 proved incredibly popular for the superhero genre as three monumental blockbusters dominated the summer releases. Whedon’s stunning culmination of Marvel’s most famous heroes in Avengers Assemble, the breathtaking conclusion to Nolan’s trilogy and even a new Spiderman film – each of these films, though focussed on different concepts, are all anchored to the same genre shift.
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