If it's crap ... We'll tell you
I am a avid Ryan Reynolds fan but after green lantern seeing him connect leaves a bad taste in my mouth to any comic book character. I enjoy him as Hannibal King and want to see him as Deadpool.
But is he to blame or bad scrip wringing and directing is at fault?
Bad script and writing.
Like he said. Besides, he is great as Deadpool and he is working his ass off with the Deadpool movie.
Ryan's fine, it's the crap ass direction of the studios. A little proofreading and a better agent couldn't hurt.
bad script. even the best actors in the world couldn't save this film from disappointing.
I'm with the others. While I don't care much for Reynolds' earlier work, he's gotten better and I can tolerate him playing the quirky, lofty-yet-loveable superhero. I consider his personality to be more like The Flash than Green Lantern.
It's really not his fault. As much as we want to put blame on him for both Green Lantern and his Wade Wilson in X-Men: Origins, he wasn't at all at fault. It was poor script writing that he couldn't do much with. He was able to have fun with his Hannibal King role, the other two felt pretty rigid.
but at the same time isn't it the actor job to deliver no matter what. His role as Hannibal King wasn't perfect but he was more in character for Blade than the others. I feel like he takes on to many comic book character without first trying to get the feel of them first.
Actors gotta eat too. You can't really fault the guy for wanting to take roles in movies he thinks is going to bank big. And I think asking an actor to deliver "no matter what" is unfair. If Reynolds was to act in a movie written and directed by James Nguyen (writer and director of Birdemic: Shock and Terror) could you really fault him if he did a shitty job?