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Richard Donner, director of the first Superman, criticizes films that are too dark


#Richard #Donner, director of the very first film #Superman, dislikes overly dark versions of superhero movies, and let it be known.

#All modern superhero movies owe him a lot, and this is a fact that gets too little emphasis: #Richard #Donner has in a sense “made” the first golden age of heroes by sticking to the cinema with his #Superman in 1979, huge box office box that paved the way for the sequel that we know in addition to being an artistic model of the genre. #In sum interview for the #Telegraph, he claims to be very happy to see the current popularity of the genre that he has largely helped to create, he is not at all a fan of a particular category of these films:

#Superman

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“There are so many people who make superheroes so cynical, it’s depressing. #When they are dark, bleak and angry with themselves and the world, I don’t find them entertaining. I believe there is enough reality like this. #We just finished four years of it all. I believe we are looking for just the opposite. “

A barely veiled reference to #Donald #Trump’s presidency of course, and with which #Richard #Donner explains very clearly his point: a superhero movie is made to dream and escape, not to be realistic and tortured. A matter of taste we imagine, so it’s up to you to see if you agree, but we know at least one who does not look forward to the #Zack #Snyder’s #Justice #League.





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