I’ve seen High Noon, and I did love it! Good call, Richard!
I was a little disappointed that no one responded to the thread I started three weeks ago about the superpowers trilogy from M. Night Shyamalan (Unbreakable, Split and Glass). I can't believe no one has seen them but me.
I've seen only the first one, so far. I hope to complete viewing the trilogy this summer.
Heck, I didn't even know Split was a movie until Glass came out. I've only seen Unbreakable.
Same here. All I’ve seen so far is Unbreakable.
When I watched Split it wasn't revealed until the last scene that it was related to Unbreakable. Suddenly, we saw Bruce Willis' character, David Dunn. It wasn't really publicized until they announced the third movie, Glass.
Richard, Unbreakable, Split and Glass is a trilogy I've been meaning to see ever since I found out it was a trilogy. We saw Unbreakable in the theater, and it also happens to be one of the first movies we ever bought on DVD. At this point it is the only one of the three we have seen. IIRC, you recommended (or perhaps I read it elsewhere) that the movies should be watched in order. I made a note of it but haven't yet followed through.
Speaking of movie I have seen lately…
SHAZAM!: This one is a very faithful adaptation of the origin of the current comic book version.
AVENGERS: ENDGAME: Trevor F. Noah spoiled this one for me. I have some thoughts but I want to read the discussion first.
Yes, the three movies should be watched in order of release.
Still haven't seen Avengers Endgame, or Captain Marvel. Haven't been going to the theater for very good reasons. Since I tend to buy the DVDs, I will either see them when the DVDs are available or on demand if sooner.
SHAZAM! I've just seen it. Didn't like it. In his first scene, Billy disqualifies himself from what the wizard seeks. Once he gets his powers, he steals, which should disqualify him; he's cowardly. I don't know what the recent comics are like, but this film misses the intent of the original comics by a LONGSHOT.
"I don't know what the recent comics are like..."
The recent comics are exactly like that. The origin (serialized, collected in tpb, Geoff Johns and Gary Frank)is, anyway. I quite like the current regular series, however.
At least I have my reprints. This was like having HANCOCK as the first SUPERMAN theatrical film in 75 years.