I want to remind everyone of a little film that came out back in 2002, which tried this very gimmick... It was called Halloween: Resurrection. It didn't work. If it didn't work for Halloween, it definitely won't work with Friday the 13th. They need to just let this franchise die.
Please don't prolong the movie. Just end it when the credits start.
I don't care if anyone says that the studios are just doing this to make money, I'm going. Halloween is one of my all time favorite movies, and I wasn't alive to see its original theatrical run. This is my chance to do that.
I can just imagine what it will be like when crowds of boyfriends finish the first movie, and then realize that they have to sit through 4 more. That's the stuff nightmares are made of.
It's quite a new and interesting take on the suit. I have to see it in action before I make a final judgment, but very impressive. Liking it so far.
@Zak-Lee-Ferguson No, I meant it didn't help much that these guys are attached to the project.
@Zak-Lee-Ferguson I know, but they wrote it, so.... I guess it doesn't help much.
On one hand, they did The Matrix and V for Vendetta... on the other, they did The Matrix 2&3 and Speed Racer.... It could go either way.
Here's the concluding paragraph. Overall, this movie is flawed. I think I have stated the problems in this movie; how some things just don't add up and don't make sense. This movie is very clustered at the beginning and not a lot of it makes sense until we've entered the second act. But looking back at this movie, it is a fantastic movie, and very satisfying to not only a Batman fan, but a general movie lover. It's not as good as The Dark Knight is, but it is certainly the best movie I have seen this year. I give this move a high recommend to anyone who has followed the Batman films this far, and for those who love these characters. I know a lot of people are gonna disagree with me when I say this is the best film of the year, because many people will say The Avengers is. No. The Avengers is a fantastic movie, but there isn't that much personality to it. It's a fun summer superhero action film, and that's not bad at all. It's just that The Dark Knight Rises has so much more to it than action. It has character, it has deeper themes. I love both films, but The Dark Knight Rises has more of what I am looking for. I have currently seen this movie three times in theaters (I know in most of my review, I said two, but as of writing this conclusion, I have seen it three times), and I plan on seeing it again. And now I'm sure I'm gonna get a lot of sh*t from Marvel fanboys.
Sorry everyone. The review cut off at the end. Too long of a review. I gave it a high recommend.
Makes sense. It would kinda be like having Danny Elfman's Batman theme in Nolan's Batman trilogy.