The rest of what I'd like to see in an Aquaman mov6) Betrayal by humanity. Besides the aforementioned fear of Aquatic telepathy, there will be those nation states (coastal and otherwise) who seem unable to operate without pumping out the emissions that turn the oceans to acid and mess with its temperatures.More Like This
7) Environmental message. Don’t overdo it. Just show what the oceanic problems are (IN FULL CONTEXT AND SCALE WITH NO EXXAGERATIONS), and what dark predictions about the environmental future of the ocean made in film have come true so far, and which may yet come to pass. In particular, I want a lot of Soylent Green footage on TVs. No political gains grabbed at, nothing especially topical of the day beaten into our heads, just ocean acidification, Atlantic currents disrupted (which we should witness from Atlantis’s POV), the burgeoning or perhaps present mass extinction, and use of his hydrokinetics to push the garbage from the bottom of the ocean floor to the top of the water and to
Top 5 things right with Batman and Robin.Welcome to the first in my series called "Top 5, Bottom 5" where I list and salute the 5 best things in something I normally consider terrible as a whole. And I also list and lament the 5 Things I consider worst about something I consider wonderful.More Like This
With that out of the way, Let's get to the top 5 things right with Batman and Robin
1) Alfred Subplot. Alfred actually got more character and mileage out of Schumacher’s flicks than anyone else’s, even Paul Dini. In both of Schumacher’s films the most watchable parts were about the men behind the masks. He did them so well they were practically the standard, competing with Mask of the Phantasm’s venture into that territory. But lose on account of Andrea Beaumont.
Actually he has 2 subplots, both of which explore his particular impact in Bruce’s life. One hits me closer to home, but they‘re both valid. The first is the thing people generally get wrong about