Given the nature of how interconnected so many of the characters are in Civil War, almost all of them through horrific actions of other characters, what exactly is meant by "darker'?
I'm not kidding here. Is it the 'quips' in the Marvel movies? Is it the moving forward momentum that they capture? Is it a sense of things are messed up BUT the heroes will take care of it? Civil War, Winter Soldier, and others click for me as super hero movies, but hey, so did the Batman Begins series while Man of Steel feel flat to me. Outside of say, him flying in that iconic scene, it felt very joyless.
Let's here some feedback peeps. I'll try to keep my 'arguements' out of any responses because I'm curious to see what people mean by 'darker'.
How do people keep track of what needs to be done in order for the next thing to happen? Flow charts? Cheat sheets?
- DeVry UniversityIT, 2007 - 2009
- Oakton Community CollegeGeneral, 2007 - 2009
- Northeastern Illinois UniversitySecondary Education English, 1994 - 1998
I've lived in Chicago most of my life. I've been a man whose slowly but surely coming to realize that going out to eat is killing me with the massive amount of sodium fast food places put in everything. I'm relatively normal in that I work, enjoy the old social media and have a few nerd hobbies like reading about historical warfare and painting miniatures and playing role playing games. I'm old enough to remember when a phone was something attached to the wall and grew up with a very real fear of getting nuked by Russia.
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