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Watchmen (2009)

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 43yrs • M •
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Watchmen (2009)
Movies to have its own ways comic book movies are special hire I have seen this movie called Watchmen (2009) and can say it was the best I have seen around. Watchmen (2009) is the movie suited for kids and they are love to see the flying people. Free movies I saw this Watchmen (2009) and sure many will fallow too

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 46yrs • M
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"Edited by Restless Mind?"

I don't feel I can make a proper judgement of this movie untill I have finished reading the orginal graphic novel from which it is based.

But My initial reactions were that it was a stunning peice of art.

An important story, nearly masterfully told.

It actually made me feel smarter than its writers, which is why I made the intitial statement above, which made me feel cheated.

Because if not the writers that I was left this feeling, than the main characters held as "super" intelligent.

Understandibly, if held in certain respects. Such as degrees or areas of intelligence.

But the very end, the rorschach end, made me feel otherwise, though still unfulfilled. Yet more in alignment with my own true thoughts and feelings.

Justifed or not.


Though to elaborate, there were moments of sheer genius and emotional perfection within.

What is indeed most encouraging, is that one of the most human characters, like batman, though not nite owl, was the most engaging and relatable, as well as the one with the most integrity.

I will indeed watch it yet again, but likely only after I finish reading the original graphic novel.

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