END OF YEAR POLL: Top Scene That Best Captured The Spirit Of The Character
The moments in your favorite comic book movies of 2012 that made you say, "There's the _______ I know and love from the comics." Find out the moment from The Dark Knight Rises, The Amazing Spider-Man, The Avengers,
Ghost Rider: SOV and Dredd.
There were moments in each of this year's comic book movies where the characters uttered lines where it felt like they'd stepped out of the pages of a comic book and on to the movie screen. Of course, in some cases, that moment came and went all too fast. Regardless, here are the nominees for the best scene that nailed its respective character.
It was never definitively stated who was the leader in Joss Whedon's Avengers film but this scene was the closest we came to acknowledging that Captain America leads Earth's Mightiest Heroes.
"I am THE LAW."
karl Urban played it even-keeled in this scene. Rather than shouting or trying to sound overly cool, the simple way Dredd utters these words makes it seem like he's stating facts not opinions.
"Oh, no! You've found my weakness. Small knives!"
I'll admit this film was a little tough. There were definitely some good performances in this film but aside from some early jokes, that was more-so a loose interpretation of the Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man from Marvel comics. But I have to admit, when that scene debuted in one of the trailers, it got everyone buzzing about the film.
"Not everything, not yet."
I'm a big fan of Christopher Nolan's Batman trilogy but starting in Batman Begins, we've progressively moved away from what was an origin story pretty close to the source material, to a conclusion in The Dark Knight Rises where Batman retires to France. Still, this scene where Batman lets Catwoman know he's willing to put it all on the line is pretty definitive Dark Knight.
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