I don’t think I have ever watched any super hero tv series, I have always preferred their movies instead. Maybe it is because I just can’t bear a story line being stretched for so many seasons.
Anyway, someone made me sit and watch Black Lightning and I must say, it wasn’t what I expected at all.
First of all, the characters all looked like they were made for the parts they were playing and the general feel of the first episode made me want more. Two episodes down, and I am surprisingly not fed up yet.
I find the villain (Tobias Whale) very compelling and unique, another example of how the actors fit their roles perfectly.
The only thing negative I can say about Black Lightning for now, is that it’s a cliche story and the costume on the main actor (Cress Williams) looks a bit ridiculous and awkward.
Too tall maybe?……
So there has been a few arguments from people that I know (not naming names, lol) and it’s about this known fact, that Alexandra Daddario is the most beautiful woman in Hollywood. You may remember her in the Percy Jackson film series and Baywatch.
They say beauty is in the eyes of the beholder….. but there is no denying that this actress will always be acceptable as very beautiful in any beholder’s eyes….lol.
What do you think?
As usual, Batman and Superman movies always deliver. They have the perfect combinations of sexy, action, story line and characters. What was the hype about Ben Affleck not being the right person to play Batman??? As far as I am concerned, he nailed it; don’t even get me started on how bulked up he was (phew). His dexterity and command of the latest Bat mobile/gadgets was a delight to watch.
Henry Cavill (Superman) played the role like it was created for only him. We got to see Superman in a slightly different way, not just sweet and saving people (especially Lois Lane); but angry with a menacing look.
For fashionistas out there, Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot) wore the most daring and provocative dresses; leaving little to the imagination. She was a perfect infusion of femininity and strength in what looked like a “male” dominated superhero movie.
Finally, the villain (Jesse Eisenberg – who I thought at first was Michael Cera) played Lex Luthor like the all too familiar psycho we all expect the bad guy to be. Great job!