Yeah, I've seen the trailer. It still doesn't answer my question.What it looks like to me, have a look at the trailer
You could say the same about Mortal Kombat.I could be totally wrong, but I think this could loose the general audience, the trailer just looks like a general martial arts film
Oh for goodness sake man, did you get out of bed on the wrong side this morning?You could say the same about Mortal Kombat.
Shang-Chi will be building on the success of over a decade of MCU studios films and has that connection to a wider narrative in-place, Shang-Chi will be expanding that with its eastern sensibilities in the upcoming film.
You've also sort of dodged my earlier question of how Mortal Kombat looks more Marvel than Marvel itself.
I'm good thanks I got up to a lovely sunny morning and am pretty happy. Judging by your response it doesn't seem you woke up in the best of moods.Oh for goodness sake man, did you get out of bed on the wrong side this morning?
The new trailer shows very little spectacle, I don’t know what abilities Shang Chi has, apart from what looks like different periods of time & giant lions, this looks like just an action film with no enhanced abilities
In the Mortal Kombat trailer there are characters who have robotic arms, characters that can freeze elements etc
There’s nothing really in the Shank Chi trailer that grabs you as a Marvel Film
I hope you can understand what I am explaining, I find this very unusual that someone would want an explanation to a very simple comment
So have numerous other films they’ve made over the last 12 years or whatever.WandaVision and The Falcon and The Winter Soldier have proven that Marvel has the capacity to make good live action. Have to judge things based on their own merits though, regardless of what franchise they belong to. I'm not so sure about this one and echo the concerns of others.
the trailer just looks like a general martial arts film
Yes, I agree totally,....but this feels different, sorry to be so negative, but I've been hyped with every film they've released so far, seen every one at the cinema since Iron Man 2That is actually kind of the brilliance of a lot of the Marvel films. They succeed as genre films that just happen to feature comic book characters.
Guardians is a space opera with Marvel characters. The first one, particularly, would work fine with slight tweaks with a Star Trek style cast.
Winter Soldier is an espionage flick, and it wouldn’t be difficult to see Captain America replaced by James Bond.
Ant-Man is a heist flick. It’s basically Ocean’s 11 with a guy in a shrinking suit.
Those are just a couple examples, but I’ve always felt it’s largely what makes their films so successful, is that you don’t really even have to know anything about the characters to enjoy the movies, because they fit well into the genres they find themselves in.