A Wonder Woman movie basically needs to be Clash of the Titans with a female lead, only done right.
Mostly, I have a problem with Nolan's visuals during fight sequences. It didn't help that i'd already seen the hostage/bad guy duct tape switch on a television show.
Actually, Burton's Batman does have that moment, where Joker turns around and says "where does he get those wonderful toys?" I'd say the Burton Batman did wonder in the gothic horror manner, especially with the design of Gotham City, which is still being used. It's not my favorite film but Burton, at the time, did the visuals better with Batman than Nolan does. Nolan's fight scenes are always muddled to me.
Zemo... you nailed this one right on the head. For DC to get a quality JLA film out there (that COULD test the Avengers #'s).. they'd need several successful solo films first. And those things don't exactly squirt out in a few months! So sadly, I don't see a JLA film around for some time to come... if ever. Sad too... because I feel it could be done well... just a matter of putting the right people in front of as well as behind the cameras.
You just reminders me of the scene in Iron Man where Tony was flying around his garage for the first time. I love that scene for the sheer joy he was showing the audience.Originally Posted by Corrina