If it's crap ... We'll tell you
The internet offers a level of anonymity that some, in my opinion take advantage of to spread hate, in the guise of movie criticism. I'm talking about the Fanboy hate that surrounds ever official release or other wise of promotional material for a Comic Book movie. I know as Fans we still have bad, bad burns over 90% of our body, caused by past films. Steel, Blade Trinity and the infamous Batman & Robin still hunt our dreams but why the negative vibe that follows every trailer, every pic. The latest bitch feast is The Dark Knight Rises trailer. I have not seen the prologue myself to gauge the audio problems but from all reports the sound has been improved since the prologue to the trailer and Nolan has sad that he plans on tweaking Banes voice, so why still all the hate. From Bane and Catwoman costumes, the fact that some people hated the teaser, why the hate and why so toxic when it comes to Comic Book movies? Before you call me a Nolan dick rider (I'm a fan of his films, not a fanboy) its not just this movie. Thor's first set of pics were slammed by some for looking cheap and plastic. Where is the Superman cruel in the Man of Steel pic. Fail. A lot of fanboys disliked the first Spidey pic because the costume looked shiny. Remember the "this movie will suck because of the useless straps" issue for Captain America. Yeah, so does no one else. It's come to the point now that no matter whats released its time to hate. Can we as a fan base just wait until the films are out before we go all fuck that guy in the comments section. Your opinion is your opinion, can't hate anyone for that. Voice them but why so angry. Trailers for The Hobbit, Prometheus and Wrath of the Titans all dropped this week, some loved them, some disliked them, some in the middle but it has not descended into the flaming pit of angry key strokes that I see with this particular genre. All I ask is why?