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Big studios don't know how to deal with antiheros

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I fully agree, Batman is CLEARLY an anti-hero if you read the comics.

 

Wolverine is NOT an exception...how much better would he be had they accepted the R rating?

 

Spawn was almost on point with the comics...and was R. I didn't like the actor but the characters like the clown were true to the comic book nature.

Most comics even books but especially comics tend to be very 'adult' written and I think when making a movie it should stay that way.

 

Again I agree 100%, I think these kinds of movies should be made first and rated later...instead of made with a rating in mind. I don't know if they do that but it sure seems like it.

 

 

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I know. War Zone was R.

But, would the comics have been considered R?

Read a Walking Dead comic. Those should be R if it translated to screen correctly.

Basically, a Punisher comic could be an episode of the A Team if you want to get all particular.

 

 

I read a lot of comics, sort of a nerd in that sense and teh Punisher movies are a JOKE.

 

Punisher should most certainley be an R rated movie if done properly.

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They better not fug up Metal Gear Solid. Gonna be hard with Hideo Kojima keeping a close eye on it though.

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I always liked the antiheros.

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