SJ Show: How To Fix Marvel

If it's broke...fix it. Is Marvel broken? If you're asking principals of the company, or stakeholders, I'm sure they would say their cash cow is just fine, thanks. However, for those of us that aren't as forgiving as the fan boys (and as critical as they are, they still see everything and buy it on Blu-Ray), here are some tips to Marvel. One day, their movies will be as strong as their box office takes. Should we hold our breath for Thor 3?

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How To Fix 'Man Of Steel 2'

If it's broke, fix it. As divisive as Zack Snyder's Man of Steel was, it might be time for the producers to re-evaluate the film and its context before getting busy with the sequel. Fortunately, they don't have to go it alone, as The Screen Junkies Show is here to help with suggestions from a very, very animated and impassioned gentleman, as well as one who is capable of remaining a little more composed. If the studio and production team follows these tips, Man of Steel 2 will be the greatest film since Soul Plane.