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Christopher Nolan unquestionably is the best director here he is a master of deception and creating a film with intriguing plotlines. Sam Raimi has a fun artful directorial style, but he's directed quite a few stinkers, Oz The Great & Powerful anyone. Not to mention how many times he's made trilogies with terrible third installments. Nolan has one trilogy under his belt and the third installment doesn't suck ass like Spider-man 3 did. Zack Snyder is pretty good so long as he's directing a film in his wheelhouse and the project isn't rushed. The biggest problem with BVS was how rushed it was and the fact that it tried to put too much into one movie, which is more on WB than Snyder. Even then Snyder has misteps like Sucker Punch. So Nolan is the only one of the three who makes consistently good movies.

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Delete Red Laser I created the entry without realizing he already had one.

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The funniest part of this is how the Spanish dub gave us the best take on that scene. I also find it hilarious how Joss Whedon's reasoning for taking minority actors out of the movie and reducing their screentime in his version of JL was that they were bad actors, yet the performances from the white actors and white-passing actors are worse in his version of the movie. It shows here because the worst take of "Kal El No" is from his version of the movie. Whedon really exposing his racism and validating Ray Fisher here.

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2. When she has to look pretty while doing something badass she's passable. When she has to actually convey emotion, express herself, give an impassioned speech, and deliver exposition she fails miserably. Watching WW84 and both versions of JL opened my eyes to how poor her acting skills are.

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@cattlebattle: If she was ugly then she would've been destroyed online for her stance against Palestine lol

Men need to learn to stop falling in love so easily. In the current generation of simps, a man's lust for a beautiful woman can easily evolve into love, it's scary.

Well, people did make an uproar about it. Many even attempted to boycott the Wonder Woman film.

I would say it has more to do with people of her same ethnicity, and therefore sharing her opinion on the conflict, having quite a foothold in the entertainment industry.

She called out Hamas for hiding behind woman and children and not Palestine. And you guys really overestimate the Palestine support in west and any country where hollywood box office matters. Nobody cares about politics. All they want is to be entertained

That's been a proven lie on the part of the autocratic Israeli government. Yes, no one cares where a director, writer, or actress stands on Israel-Palestine when it comes to what movies they want to watch because in the end consumers are sold on the issue of marketing. As far as where most people stand on the Israel-Palestine issue, most people want the West to act as an honest broker and take neither side.

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I've only seen the first Die Hard movie while I've seen all four of the John Wick movies, so I can't really judge Die Hard as a whole. The only thing I'll say is that I know the John Wick movies are consistently good while Die Hard from what I hear has a few stinkers like A Good Day To Die Hard. So I'll go with John Wick for now that could change when I see the rest of the Die Hard movies.

This is strictly the first Die Hard vs the first 3 JW movies

I overlooked that. Why not just do the first Die Hard vs. the first John Wick? That makes more sense than comparing three movies to one.

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I've only seen the first Die Hard movie while I've seen all four of the John Wick movies, so I can't really judge Die Hard as a whole. The only thing I'll say is that I know the John Wick movies are consistently good while Die Hard from what I hear has a few stinkers like A Good Day To Die Hard. So I'll go with John Wick for now that could change when I see the rest of the Die Hard movies.

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@theamazingspidey: yeah. Then again one's a Mission Impossible movie and the other is a Nolan movie so it's not surprising.

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