I've heard a lot of good things about this movie, and it is a breakout year for Whedon. He deserves it.Speaking of Joss Whedon, I also bought The Cabin in the Woods on blu-ray. Saw it in the theater and I loved it, I don't see why it won't be any different on blu-ray, except maybe I won't hear screaming kids in the room.
I will agree with this. Even though the entire film was predictable and uninspired, the ending was well-earned catharsis.My big problem with TDKR was how anticlimactic the final battle was, but the closing sequence soon after was done brilliantly, and actually improved the overall film's quality by several notches.
In a way, it was rewarding to see the poster child of brood find meaning and happiness in his life beyond kicking baddies in the face.
Man...that's asking for too much. Warner Bros. isn't that audacious. Bats and Supes are nothing but cash cows to them.Now it's time to make Batman Beyond movies, with Michael Keaton showing up in the "and" credits as elderly Bruce Wayne.
And they're going to reboot the character in the upcoming Justice League project (which I still believe is a mistake).