Sometimes you can get a good film despite missing a couple of beats. The storyline can be terrible which leads to one of those awful films. We can still celebrate a movie that’s pretty okay in the aftermath that only if you don’t go up more than one or two aspects. The filmmaker makes the mistake of the unfortunate misstep or bungling their project up anymore.
For a film to be a success, you need to spin many plates at the same time. A good script, story, characters, and a fair world, and good performances behind the writing are required. If you fail in any of those aspects, the movie cannot capture true greatness. Thus, these diamonds in the coal deserved a lot better:
Captain Boomerang: Suicide squad
David Ayer’s Suicide Squad is a movie with a complicated history. It has a poorly conceived tone, story, and script. You’re not supposed to like any of the characters because they’re Villains. Barely any of the characters are written well enough to leave any positives behind. But Captain Boomerang – improbably played by Jai Courtney was great. He hardly involves in the Task Force. He’s the only person involved who sees the film’s ridiculousness for what it is. No wonder it was a mess.
X-men Origins: Wolverine
Wolverine is the worst film of the franchise ever. This opinion is without even having to make comparisons with the previous films. The project’s trajectory seemed to indicate that it was not going to end so well. Wolverine is a good character ordinarily. Still, the version we see in this movie is not the one who excelled in every other film he turned up in. He’s the perfect antithesis to Wolverine. It’s a shame having a good role in such a dull movie.
The Incredible Hulk
The Incredible Hulk was not a great experience, either for the fans watching it or the people making it. Creative differences raged all over the place. The climax of the movie is very dull which leads it to be one of those awful films. We find correct performances by an enviable cast, which perhaps could have done something much more solid with a better script or better characters. Edward Norton stars as the Hulk, trying to balance his internal conflict and his combativeness. He participated in the script development but later confessed that they cut much of his work in editing. It is a correct film that entertains thanks to its action sequences. In any case, Edward does not manage to excel at all in that department. Nor in that of the interpretations, the deepening of his plots, or his characters’ construction.
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Source- What Culture