> I'm not saying it has to be accurate representation, I'm saying that
> anytime you want to make a movie that has any sort of allusion to myth,
> religion, or otherwise, you need to make sure that your facts are
> straight. That your records can be proven in what you are taking lines and
> ideas from. I give the example of Troy...Not the greatest representation
> of Homer's Illiad. Any Professor grading a paper will tell you that too.
> Do I care about the inconsitency? No, what's done is done. I'm just saying
> that even if it was a comic book, you need to make sure things are clear
> and consistent in order to make sure facts are held straight. That's the
> problem with so many movies...so many are willing to go to mainstream
> action and explosions, they often time forget the key elements that should
> be used from the texts themselves. All in all, the film still sucked.
Constantine was a very underrated film (B+). Another great comic movie. I enjoyed this even more than both Spidermans (which I loved) due to the darkness and the sheer attitude of Reeve's character.
As for the score, I just picked it up. Seems so-so thusfar, but I'm sure will grow on me in time, and once I see the film again.