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Submitted by TheCritic28 511d ago | trailer

The New Jack the Giant Killer Trailer Does Not Foretell Strong Times For Director Bryan Singer

Geek Binge: Bryan Singer is such a strange director, to the point where I wonder if he’s even a good one. Well The Usual Suspects is a masterpiece, the film’s success is mostly due to its amazing script. Apt Pupil was meh, and the first X-Men was just decent. But X-Men 2 was great, and still remains one of the best comic book movies ever made. But after X-Men 2, Singer took a turn for the worst, delivering a bunch of mediocre films like Superman Returns and Valkyrie. And next March, he’ll be back in theaters with Jack the Giant Killer. Is it any better than his recent efforts. Sadly…no, not really. (Cinema, Jack The Giant Slayer)

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StarWarsFan  +   510d ago
This article is harsh. The trailer seems fine. I'm not so sure about the male and female leads, but the movie looks good.

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