No one knows what it's like- to be the bad man- to be the sad man- behind blue eyes- no one knows what it's like- to be hated- to be faded- To telling only lies- But my dreams, they aren't as empty- as my conscience seems to be- I have hours, only lonely- my love is vengeance- that's never free-
No one knows what it's like- to feel these feelings- like i do- AND I BLAME YOU- no one backs back as hard- on their anger- none of my pain and woe- can show through- but my dreams, they aren't as empty- as my conscience seems to be- i have hours, only lonely- my love is cengeance- That's never free-
"BATMAN V. SUPERMAN: DAWN OF JUSTICE" (2016) Review
Following on the heels of the success of 2013's "MAN OF STEEL", I had expected the Warner Brothers Studios to follow up with another movie about Superman, starring Henry Cavill. To my surprise, the studio had announced another movie featuring Superman, only the comic book character would be sharing top billing with another from the pages of D.C. Comics.
Warner Brothers had surprised me with the announcement that their next comic book movie would feature Superman aka Clark Kent co-starring with none other than Batman aka millionaire Bruce Wayne....
When Batman fans discuss their favorite Batman films, Tim Burton and Christopher Nolan's films are brought up. However, it's rare to see that level of admiration for the two Batman films directed by Joel Schumacher. For a long time, I've considered both of his films to be underrated.
The Backstory and Reception of Batman Forever:
Joel Schumacher's first Batman film was Batman Forever. The film came out in 1995. It was only three years after Tim Burton's second Batman film, Batman Returns. Tim Burton wanted to direct a 3rd Batman film, but due to the controversy surrounding Batman Returns' adult...