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At one point, Michael J. Fox was up for Robin.
I'd agree, but that was probably one of the more forgettable movies I've ever seen. Couldn't recall anything noteworthy from it days after catching it in theaters.
I definitely am speaking of the movie. It's not objective, it was highly forgettable to me. I struggled to recall anything more than a couple of key scenes mere days after I saw it. Won't make the same mistake with the second one.
I usually are not a Marvel fanboy that's for sure, as I am a DC fanatic but GOTG really turned things around for me. Civil War was another such enlightenment for me, especially after that dismal Bull v Shame experience.
Having said that, nothing will ever come between me and Batman 1989, 1992 and 1995 plus Batman Begins.
GOTG did nothing for me, though.
So very very bad...
They both lack action. Batman hardly fights anybody! Burton failed in this regard.
We shall agree to disagree. And how did you feel about Black Panther?
Agree I did not like that film at all.
Forgot about this thread, had a good laugh reading some of the comments.
I will add the majority of Justice League to the list a patchwork of continuity era's.
One of the weaker Marvel movies, but far better than Captain Marvel and a few others.