"If you can combine a floating google plane, sex, costumes and Leonard Cohen's hallelujah into one scene than you've got a winner baby! Follow these super flawed heroes as the figure out something or another while a giant dicked blue guy is sad. Mars seems like the perfect place to meditate though."
"The comic book geek blockbuster for adults only. Watchmen is directed by Zack Snyder and adapted to screenplay by David Hayter and Alex Tse from the Alan Moore/David Gibbons graphic novel. It stars Patrick Wilson, Malin Ackerman, Billy Crudup, Jackie Earle Haley, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Carla Gugino and Matt Frewer. Music is by Tyler Bates and cinematography by Larry Fong. 1985 and someone is killing all our superheroes. Time for the remaining super heroes to band together - but what they fin"
"If you enjoy reading my Spoiler-Free reviews, please follow my blog :) First of all, this review is based on the theatrical version of Watchmen. Usually, Director's Cuts or Ultimate Editions are not preferred over the original release. Few films benefit from them, and most are simply an extended cut with a bunch of deleted scenes. It's only fair and rational that a reviewer watches the version which the whole world saw at the theaters at the respective time. With that said, despite knowing th"
"As humans, we are drawn to what inspires us, interests us, and tickles our fancy. Human opinion can be a fickle thing, especially when it comes to film, books, and music, due to this the message that is interwoven through these mediums are missed by all of us simply because we won't take the time to watch, read or listen to what is being said to us. The message throughout Watchman and Tales of The Black Freighter in film and more importantly in graphic novel form is that we as humans try so h"
"Click here for a video version of this review: youtu.be/2tkzmGjXfdE _Watchmen_ polarised audiences when it arrived in theatres in 2009. Coming not long after Marvel's _Iron Man_ many were expecting a fun action oriented super hero movie. _Watchmen_ however, is not that kind of movie. Just like the source material it comes from, this is a dark and brooding film that deals with some complicated questions. Here is the official description: _In a gritty and alternate 1985 the glory days of "
"_**The "Apocalypse Now" of superhero films**_ Based on Alan Moore's graphic novel, 2009's "Watchmen" takes place in an alternative 1985 where Nixon is serving his fifth term and costumed vigilantism is illegal. A former masked crimefighter named The Comedian is murdered, prompting his previous teammates to investigate the crime. Things get complicated as the backstories of most of the Watchmen are revealed and worldwide nuclear war looms. For some reason I was never interested in the Watch"
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