Bryan Singer, I'm Sorry
Dear Bryan Singer,
If, by some small chance, you've got a personal assistant pouring over the internet looking for positive mentions of you, I'd like to publicly apologize.
In the leadup to the release of Superman Returns, I said some truly childish and vitriolic things. My only excuse being my love of the Superman family of characters and wanting to see them doine justice on film. Alofty desire, but a poor reason for childish anger and online tantrums.
I apologize wholeheartedly, because in a decade of growth, Ive realized two very important things;
First we can disagree without being disagreeable. For fear of sounding backhanded, there were and are stylistic, character, and narrative issues in Superman Returns that I disagree with. I won't enumerate them here, but which of us wads put at the helm of a $175-225 million picture? That I expressed myself so poorly in such relatively public space is itself regrettable.
Secondly, again I worry about sounding backhanded, but it is clear that you really tried to make a great Superman film. Compared to some later projects, which I don't think tried at all, if you know what I mean.
Also, X-Men: Days of Future Past was the bomb, best film I saw in all of 2014 (I haven't seen Apocalypse yet).
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