Beyond Antares wrote:
The moment he compared Snyder to Spielberg, I stopped reading.
Then you should have read more carefully up to that point, since the discussion of Spielberg had nothing to do with comparing his talents to Snyder's.
Truth to tell, 1941
is exactly what I think of whenever a successful director's career is declared to be on the skids after a commercial failure.
I've liked everything I've seen by Snyder, so I have no complaints. Let the bean counters count beans, I just want to see an interesting movie - and I'd rather have one interesting Superman
movie and no more ever again than a "franchise" of vapid, stylish slugfests.