Temis the Vorta wrote:
As good a The Avengers was, there's a big lesson here for Hollywood in its success: it's based on a comic book AND it's a sequel of a number of movies (Iron Man, Thor, Captain America, Hulk). If moviegoers aren't sending Hollywood a message with their $$$ that "we want you guys to take risks," then why should they take risks? They'd be perfectly justified just doing nothing but sequels and movies based on comic books and sequels of movies based on comic books from here on out.
Are you saying that Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter
is a more original movie than Iron Man
? Because if so, you must be joking: not only is it based on a fairly well-known book, how many vampire movies have there been in the past decade? Heck, even the period
vampires angle isn't new: Van Helsing
, Underworld 3
, etc. Oh, and don't forget that 1994 Brad Pitt movie that mixed vampires with the Old South.
If Hollywood is so concerned with giving people what they want, maybe they should aim for a higher Metacritic score than 40