Film Fatale: Iron Man 2

Iron Man 2 was directed by Jon Favreau and released earlier this year (2010), two years after the insanely popular first film. While this one has proved to be a crowd -pleaser it doesn’t quite measure up to the first in h...
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Film Fatale: Josie and the Pussycats

Josie and the Pussycats was released in 2001 and was directed by Harry Elfont as well as Deborah Kaplan. Two directors? It’s not completely unusual but I’m pretty sure just one director could have handled making thi...
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Film Fatale: Batman Returns

Batman Returns (1992) holds a special place in my heart for a few reasons. First it’s directed by one of my favorite directors, Tim Burton. He also directed Michael Keaton in the starring role of another movie called Beet...
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Film Fatale: Wanted

Loosely based on the comic written by Mark Millar with art by J.G. Jones, Wanted was released in 2008 and was directed by Timur Bekmambetov who also directed and helped screenwrite the Russian film¬†Night Watch … which in...
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Film Fatale: 300

300 is an awesomely entertaining movie with great visuals, action, dialogue, and acting. Released in 2007 and directed by Zack Snyder it became 24th on the box office history list. Despite this fact many people are divided on t...
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Film Fatale: X2: X-Men United

X2: X-Men United was released in 2003 three years after the first X film with Bryan Singer returning to his role as director. The rest of the cast makes a return as well except for the boring Toad and Sabretooth who both got th...
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Film Fatale: X-Men

X-Men was released in 2000 and was directed by Bryan Singer. It’s one of my favorite comic book movies. I love it. Getting to see so many good actors playing mutants exercising all their cool super powers is phenominal. P...
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Film Fatale: Daredevil

I’m just going to come out and say, I don’t like this movie. It has moments here and there that are semi-cool but over all it’s pretty forgettable and in some parts down right bad. Released in 2003 it actually...
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Film Fatale: Batman Begins

In an article by fellow ComicAttack.net writer Eli Anthony titled Those Who Came Before: Bob Kane, Eli states that creator of Batman Bob Kane “prefers the dark and brooding version of Batman.” If Bob was still aroun...
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Film Fatale: Blade

Blade,directed by Stephen Norrington and written by David S. Goyer, was released in 1998 to worldwide box office success. It was even one of the first comic book movie successes after Batman and Robin thus being instrumental to...
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Film Fatale: Unbreakable

Unbreakable was released in 2000 to poor box office sales. Although it went on to do well in DVD sales it never really overcame its flat opening. Originally there had been a lot of talk about a sequel but as the box office sal...
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Film Fatale: Judge Dredd

Disclaimer: For structure’s sake spoilers are placed throughout the entire article. Judge Dredd was released in 1995 as a box office failure. Based on a strip in the British comic 2000 AD, the film was adapted to appeal t...
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