From: Alan Smithee <>
Subject: Re: Critic says TV superhero franchise better than big-screen version
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From: Alan Smithee <>
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Subject: Re: Critic says TV superhero franchise better than big-screen version
Date: Fri, 01 Dec 2017 22:09:13 -0400
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On 12/01/2017 09:00 PM, Ted Nolan <tednolan> wrote:
> In article <ovstlj$1v6p$>, Alan Smithee<> wrote:
>> On 12/01/2017 03:03 PM, Ted Nolan <tednolan> wrote:
>>> In article <ovraau$k4p$>, hector<> wrote:
>>>> On 1/12/2017 6:00 PM, RichA wrote:
>>>> Just started watching The Flash, not brilliant but watchable.
>>>> I remember another series of The Flash years ago that I liked.
>>> Starting with the classic Batman animated series, DC has generally done
>>> better with animation than their live action movies.
>>> Maybe they should give those directors the nod for the next live movie..
>>> (Though admittedly the recent animated Batman/Harley Quinn movie was
>>> a misfire with some good segments)
>> I missed that movie, what's the title?

> In this case, pretty easy: "Batman And Harley Quinn"
> I saw it in the theater as a "Fathom Event".  Some pretty amusing setup
> bits with tracking down Harley and Nightwing (grown up Robin) having
> a fling with her after which she dumps him all the while claiming he's
> dumping her.  The A plot is not very compelling though, gets the Harley/Ivy
> dynamic wrong and totally wastes Swamp Thing.

Thanks! Will still check it out anyway... :-D