I'm tired of them as well, but only because they keep releasing mediocre ones, last year the only great one was The Suicide Squad, and before that was Joker which came out ages ago now. I wouldn't be bored of them if they released something really, really different like the Daredevil and Punisher TV shows, Watchmen, Super, Joker, The Boys, but I don't see anything interesting on the horizon at all apart from The Boys season 4 which is like, what a year or 2 from now? I go and see 'em anyway because it kills time and I got no other hobbies, they're tolerable but they're not exciting. I way more look forward to other types of movies these days. I remember how hyped I was for The Suicide Squad, but that was the only superhero movie from the past 2 years, other movies I was hyped for weren't even superhero movies, hyped for movies like Stillwater, The Last Duel, Bullet Train, and Nope, and I'm hyped for Feast...
"There are no truly terrible superhero movies or TV shows." Other than Batwoman, She-Hulk, Ms Marvel, Wonder Woman 1984, Birds of Prey, Venom, Venom 2, Morbius, Amazing Spiderman 2, the newest Fantastic Four movie, the one from the 90's, that weird Captain America movie from the 1990's, and Superman IV: Quest for Peace...
I watched the Guillermo Del Toro Hellboy movies earlier this year and I fucking loved them. I think part of why is because they’re such a breath of fresh air. The CGI looks natural within its environment (it looks bad at times, but I can suspend my disbelief and there’s not much suspension needed, as it actually holds up very well), it never feels like a green screen, even when it so clearly is, the characters don’t feel like templates, and I actually just had fun watching them.
I’ve enjoyed most Marvel movies, even a lot of the ones that I retroactively say are shit, but I can’t say I’ve had fun with a Marvel project in the past five years. With Hellboy, I had actual fun, I can remember most of the entire movie months after watching it, and the effort put into this movie is on the screen, whether it be the four hours of makeup for Hellboy and Abe (the fish guy), the set designs, the action set pieces, even the fucking tail animations for Hellboy. All of it shows.
I hated "Everything Everywhere All At Once" because it did the same Marvel formula as well, anytime something interesting or emotional was happening it got interrupted by a joke like I was watching That 70's Show or something. Just awful. Also, I'm already sick of the multiverse trend.
To be honest I didn't care for them when they came out. Idk why they bringing all these superhero shit out. Like I watch most of that stuff when I was a kid I'm an adult now I don't care for that shit.
It’s more of a corporate takeover of cinema. It used to be artists creating interesting stories and telling them in a fun way. The Matrix created a new technology to get those 3D rotating shots. Star Wars spawned a visual effects company.
Modern movies aren’t made by artists anymore. They are made by corporations who focus test and try to give a movie mass appeal, to make money.
Modern movies don’t innovate.
Plus, hollywood is obsessed with reboots and sequels, because they are creatively bankrupt, or know they can either spend money on a new untested idea, or go with the guaranteed billion dollar payoff of rebooting a 30 year old franchise.
Marvel movies, Star Wars movies. All the shows. It’s all the same.
So much of it is behind a subscription pay wall to a service I would never subscribe to. I would also add star wars fatigue. Going back and doing prequels instead of putting out good content after return of the Jedi
They should make a infamous movie instade sry I'm a bit off topic but here is my respons superhero movies are a 3am vid like THE ROCK TURNS INTO BLACK ADDAM AT 3AM GONE WRONG GOT SHIT FOR IT!!! So ya there it is
When I watched the second doctor strange, I remember being so bored. The like lead character (the America multiverse crossing lady) had such a standard arc of not being able to control her power to miraculously doing it at the end because of finding meaning or whatever.
Dr. Strange’s arc was also plain, with him essentially getting the power to defeat Wanda using the power of love. It was just so dull to me.
No you're absolutely not crazy. I 100% agree with you. The fatigue is starting to become real, especially after Endgame wrapped everything up in a nice send off package. Definitely another reason why Wandavision was a huge disappointment for me, because it started off unique, and then ended as generic Marvel stuff. You're also not the only one feeling confused on a lack of focus either. Like the first 3 Phases had obvious goals. Phase 1 ended with Avengers. Phase 2 ended with Age of Ultron. Phase 3/3.5 ended with Infinity War and Endgame, which was also alluded to with the previous phases. I didn't even realize Phase 4 and Phase 5 ended because everything in those phases were just movies. Sure they brought in Kang, but did we really need a whole show to create the Multiverse? Idk, I'm just not interested anymore. Wake me up when the next Spider-Man releases.
Been saying it for years, superhero content is so shit. It’s fast food. Which I also don’t like. It’s pumped out fast by a big budget company who don’t care about the quality control, Spider man no way home was shit as well, forget rose tinted glasses you’re all gawping at it through stained glass windows, it’s just so empty and soulless
That's big corporations for u They will do whatever makes the most money And if that's pumping out generic superhero movies then that's what they will do People have to stop watching every marvel movie that comes out
Been this way since Endgame pretty much, even then i was getting tired but as we had the years of buildup i was still exicited to see the conclusion . But since then ive had 0 interest in any of it and thats just the movies not even mentioning all the tv series they chuck out. Same thing happend with zombie shows and movies that were oversaturated and everyone got sick of those as well. Personally id like an era of classic action adventure or sci-fi just one off good movies not tied into a big franchise or needing to set up future movies.
I feel the same, but there a few show good superhero shows I'm excited about. Like I skipped Ms. Marvel but I did enjoy The Sandman (although that's not really a superhero movie I think). There are some good ones sure, but mostly it's cut and dry