Seven years ago before he became the face of DC’s cinematic universe, Zack Snyder adapted one of DC’s most famous graphic novels, Watchmen. And critical reaction was divided. All these years later, however, the movie holds up for me, for one simple reason: It’s incredibly gorgeous.
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Most Blu-ray features leave me a little cold, but the Watchmen's "Maximum Movie Mode" actually looks really cool. In it, director Zack Snyder uses two screens to visually show various behind-the-scenes snippets while the movie plays.
The Watchmen Blu-ray will feature a normal and director's cut of the film, a splitscreen "Maximum Movie Mode" that shares the screen between Zack Snyder and the film, plus it...connects to Facebook?
I looked at the Watchmen 360. I tried to pretend it looked like a spreading tree, shadows pooled beneath it, but it didn't.
Here is Ozymandias'—Steve Jobs alter ego—computer: A Macintosh SE/30. All in black, because in Nixon's 1985, Macs are black. It is one of the many Apple references Watchmen.
Dr Manhattan arrived to London yesternight, decided to show us how puny humans are and how large his schlong is, floating over the River Thames. Update: High resolution close up and videos after the jump.
The movie may not be the comic book, but I loved Watchmen. Great eye candy, awesome soundtrack, and it's packed with pop culture references—and some of those made me think that Ozymandias is Steve Jobs.
OK, Ponies has gotten his act together. If you wanna watch the Watchmen with a bunch of fellow Giz readers on 3/21, here are the details.
Who watches the Watchmen? I watched Watchmen (The Complete Motion Comic).
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Even the iPhone is getting in on Watchmen madness as Watchmen: Justice is Coming (snicker) heads to the platform on March 6. How is this an MMO? Because it uses Amazon's web services.
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Here are a couple of exclusive featurettes showing new Watchmen behind-the-scenes footage, including Dr. Manhattan looking like a Tron dork and Silk Spectre looking like the foxy, yumtastic, kick-ass heroine she is. Spoilers ahead.