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Plot: A man blinded in a childhood accident fights crime using his superhumanly-elevated remaining senses.
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It’s not just that Daredevil is a poorly made movie. It’s that it takes a great character and turns him into a mishmash of tired clichés, shamelessly copying The Crow, Spider-Man, The Matrix, as well as both Burton and Schumacher’s Batman in an attempt to appeal to the teen angst crowd. Don’t blame Ben Affleck. He does what he can but the script and terrible production design lets him down as much as it us.
Waste of film stock
It’s like a darker, more violent version of “Spider-Man”. Grade: B
That’s why I think most critics hated this thing. It’s not lighthearted fun like “Spider-Man” was, it’s more adult-themed. I actually found it a bit more effective than Sam Raimi’s superhero epic. Why? Because it wasn’t campy and it didn’t have cartoony special effects. The CGI in “Daredevil” is more photorealistic. I also loved the “Matrix”-like martial-arts incorporated throughout the film.
In fact, as far as darker-themed comic book movies go, I think “Daredevil” is a much better film than either of the first two “Batman” pictures were. I recently watched “Spider-Man” again on DVD and I’ve always had mixed reactions of it. I do think it works on the level of campy fun and for that I gave it a B Minus. But I think “Daredevil” is a more solid picture and I’d grade it with a B.
I like the look of the film, the washed-out colors make the movie look very 70’s in certain scenes. Like “The Crow”, the movie has an MTV mentality with rock and rap songs, but also has a love story as well. The sound design is awesome, if you have a good theatre sound system, “Daredevil” will take full advantage of it. I don’t think Ben Affleck got credit when it was deserved. Along with Jennifer Garner, Colin Farrell and Michael Clarke Duncan, Affleck was perfect cast.
Anyhow, as much as I believe “Daredevil” is a much better film than “Spider-Man” was. I actually think “Spider-Man 2” is better than “Daredevil”. The best comic book movie ever placed on film. It shows that a director can really improve on his work. I highly recommend that film to anyone. Well, the bottom line is: “Spider-Man” (B-), “Daredevil” (B) and “Spider-Man 2” (A). I hope you enjoyed my review.
It’s True About The ‘Director’s Cut’
First off, this was a more complete version of the DVD which came out earlier. In this edition, about a half-hour of new material was added to the disc (and what was shown at the theaters.) All reviews I read said it elevated this film from “fair at best” to “good.” I agree. It made the movie much, much better.
Yeah, it’s more far-fetched than the other superhero movies because here, the hero is a blind guy who, because of his blindness, has extraordinary hearing powers along with the rest of the usual Batman/Spiderman-type athletic skills.
As in most of the Batman films, this is a dark film. I think it would have been better had it lightened up a bit with a few jokes and a more wholesome female lead. Jennifer Garner is another one of these latter-day skinny chicks who is made to be tough-looking, tough-talking and tough-fighting. In other words: ridiculous. However, I will say she comes across a little more likable on the extended version. One more negative: the fight scenes go on a tad too long and are outlandish.
On the positive side, this may be the best-sounding DVD I own, at least up to ones I had heard up until this came out in January of 2005. Since the hero (Ben Affleck) has super hearing, this is emphasized in this movie and so you, if you have a 5.1 surround system, hear sounds from all speakers at almost times. It’s awesome!
Affleck, meanwhile, is likable as the superhero and I liked the message he gives at the end about shunning revenge. Wow, you don’t hear that much in movies. Kudos, too, to villains’ Colin Farrell and Michael Clarke Duncan. They are fun to watch, especially Farrell.
So, if this superhero film interests you, make sure you get the “Director’s Cut” edition. It’s far better than the original, and, I believe, the same price.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 43 min (103 min), 2 hr 13 min (133 min) (director’s cut) (USA)
Genre Action, Crime
Director Mark Steven Johnson
Writer Mark Steven Johnson (screenplay)
Actors Ben Affleck, Jennifer Garner, Colin Farrell, Michael Clarke Duncan
Country USA, Switzerland
Awards 5 wins & 17 nominations.
Production Company Marvel Enterprises, New Regency Pictures, Regency Enterprises, Horseshoe Bay Productions, 20th Century Fox
Sound Mix DTS, Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 2.35 : 1
Camera Arriflex 435, Zeiss Ultra Prime Lenses, Moviecam Compact, Zeiss Ultra Prime Lenses
Laboratory DeLuxe, Hollywood (CA), USA, EFILM Digital Laboratories, Hollywood (CA), USA (digital intermediate)
Film Length 2,840 m (Sweden)
Negative Format 35 mm (Kodak Vision 250D 5246, Vision 500T 5279)
Cinematographic Process Digital Intermediate (2K) (master format), Super 35 (source format)
Printed Film Format 35 mm (anamorphic) (Kodak Vision 2383), D-Cinema