What does /k/ think about this movie? Marvel isnt good at being edgy in my opinion
Fuck right off you piece of shit.
The 2004 Punisher had vigilante noir, with the newest one it's JUST an action movie.
The first one even had legit espionage and intelligence gathering, planning and execution.
Seriously, fuck you.
Thomas Jayne may have done a great job playing the character, The Punisher, but the overall movie was fucking bullshit in its depiction of the character. The 80's movie with Dolph was truer to the subject material.
>muh sandy vagina
The only feeling I need to get from a Punisher story is the vicarious satisfaction of punishing the guilty.
Remember kids...it's not about justice...it's about PUNISHMENT.
If I want feels I'll watch Saving Private Ryan. I swear I can't even get through the beginning where the old man is walking through the graveyard without losing it.
Ray Stevenson had the look, the perfect look as the Punisher, and it stayed true to the comic book. But his use of John Woo shooing special effects like the beginning of the 2008 movies almost made me walk out of the theater. Who the fuck hangs upside down from a chandelier duel wielding MP5's? That director is a fucking joke and the special effects made that movie unwatchable.
Thomas Jayne is another one who has that father figure look and can also pull off a great Punisher. But in that movie they utterly destroyed the comic book's origin story. But I still say the fight between the Russian and The Punisher was a classic brawl and very well done.
Dolph Lundgren I felt was the least like the punsiher. However once again they fucked the origin story. And his costume was nothing like the comic book and all the knife throwing was Bullshit too.
Long story short, none of them are close. Which saddens me /k/.
Yeah, Hollywood overthinks the Punisher. That's why they cant ever get it right. I want to see Avi Arad make a Punisher flick. He nailed the "laundry day" short and his Dredd movie was perfect. It was like "okay this is a tuesday in the life of Judge Dredd".
>Who the fuck hangs upside down from a chandelier duel wielding MP5's?
I could totally see Micro talking Frank into some crazy bullshit like that in order to squeeze an extra 12% effectiveness into his kill count.
This movie got me into the character. Yeah, the comics are quite different, but I view this film as a modern western. People today can't sit through 5 fucking minutes without getting bored if there's no action.
Tl;dr: 2004 version had better story. Warzone had better action.
This game was the fucking tits.
Shit, I still play it today.
>lose points for killing criminal scum after/during interrogation
>losing points when you electroplated that chop shop thug's head
Other then that abortion of a game mechanic in a fucking punisher game yeah that game was magnificent
Comic Punisher is all about fucking shit up, but I liked that part in the movie. He made friends, well, he'd give them a greeting look if he passed them in the hall and look where it got him? The bad guys used them as leverage and almost killed him.
I was thinking the same thing. But that can be eclipsed by other good qualities.
Dat pew pew pew pew...
Fuck the haters, THIS was the best Punisher movie.
You realize that the schtick with his neighbors was all taken pretty much directly from Welcome Back, Frank, right?
I'm a little tired of seeing all these tv shows and movies that have clearly trained at Front Sight. I mean it's great that they have them training at all and looking realistic.
But I'd like to see more variety than the weaver technique I see everywhere else.
Fucken weavel stance,
He is pretty low budget too, which I like.
Micro and Jigsaw were both spot on. And I did like his line about being a Jihads blogger to score some rocket launchers
> Jack Danial burns like gasoline
They were close, so close.
That's fucking dumb. Hell, I'm still mad they're not throwing the best scene from the Civil War comic into the movie where Cap beats him up for killing the two guys. Hell, I'm pissed off that it's like 4 v 4 in that movie.
You talking about the newest series? It's boss. Punisher in an OD PC with a skull on it wielding a Noveske and wearing a hood. Same guys who did The Activity. They actually know how guns work.
This. Not saying it has to be the same feel as the 2004 version, but Thomas Jane IS the Punisher. Particularly after Dirty Laundry.
You do know that Arrow and Flash are WB series based on DC characters and have nothing at all to do with Netflix's Marvel series? I mean I know I'll be disappointed but still.
Here's hoping that the series flops and they let Thomas Jane be the Punisher again. Even if it was old school fighting Spider-Man I'd take it. And all the Spider-Man movies were shit.