May 3, 2013

3 More join the ranks.

Earlier we reported that Daredevil would be back home with Marvel (aka Disney), well add 3 more characters!

Blade, Ghost Rider and Punisher have all come back home after some hits and misses.

I loved the Dolph Punisher – Thomas Jane version – not so much, War Zone – not bad, but really none captured the true Punisher as I see him. I think War Zone captured his essence, but failed to deliver as a solid movie. Dolph’s movie was a solid action flick, but lacked the true Punisher essence, and the Thomas Jane version was in the middle.

I loved Blade 1 and 2. Didn’t watch the TV show and I hated part 3.

Ghost Rider – both films were fun, but really not dark enough for the character and part 2 had way too many cheese moments.

I would like to see a Blade 4 with Snipes – no reboots.

Punisher – I guess they will reboot it.

Ghost Rider – needs a reboot UNLESS Nic Cage wants to come back and do a serious movie.

What do you think?

About the Author

I own over 3000 dvds/blu-rays and have been a fan of films since my childhood. I watch all types of movies from silent films to foreign to horror to science fiction. I collect comic books and love anything “geek” related.



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