Angry Letter To DC Movies Asks What We All Want To Ask: What's So Special About Zack Snyder?

Posted on August 16, 2016 By pramitsingh Topic: Movies

This now very popular letter once again points to a sitiation when a movie studio has fallen into a rut, and given too much power to a filmamker who keeps making the same kind of 'dark', 'important' films, turning into a sorry copy of Christopher Nolan (another self important Director high on exposition and big scores) shooting in candle light:

Zack Snyder sucks:
Zack Snyder is not delivering. Is he being punished? Assistants who were doing fantastic work certainly were. People in finance and in marketing and in IT. They had no say in a movie called Batman V Superman only having 8 minutes of Batman fighting Superman in it, that ends because their moms have the same name. Snyder is a producer on every DC movie. He is still directing Justice League. He is being rewarded with more opportunity to get more people laid off. I'm assuming you yourself haven't been financially affected in any real way. You and your studio are the biggest lesson about life one can learn: The top screws up and the bottom suffers. Peter Jackson phones it in and a marketing supervisor has to figure out a plan B for house payments.

The studio's movies suck in general:
You just don't get it. And it's not just DC movies, it's your whole slate. Jupiter Ascending. Get Hard. Hot Pursuit. Max. Vacation. Pan. Point Break. Fucking PAN, you jerk. People lost their jobs and you decided Pan was a good idea. You think another Jungle Book is a good idea.

Trailers don't make a good movie:
What are you even doing? I wish to God you were forced to live out of a car until you made a #1 movie of the year. Maybe Wonder Woman wouldn't be such a mess. Don't try to hide behind the great trailer. People inside are already confirming it's another mess. It is almost impressive how you keep rewarding the same producers and executives for making the same mistakes, over and over.
 

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