Originally Posted by Brian278
Your assessment that Colin Farrell "did well" in Daredevil might just be the craziest thing you've said in this thread. And that is really saying something. Bravo.
Oh really, Mr Ebert? Pray tell, Mr sweeping statement, what wrong did Colin do in DD?
As far as I am concerned, Colin brought a measure of levity and intrigue to his psychopath killer role and made him more endearing and memorable than all 4 characters in DD and in fact more than any villian in the recent Marvel comics films.
Everytime he appears on screen, it adds to the movie and you cant imagine what Bullseye would do next.
As a tribute to his success, Marvel comics even revamped Bullseye's look from a tights wearing villian to someone with a tatoo with a Bullseye on his forehead. Now thats art imitating (reel) life. You dont see Marvel making Kingpin a black man as a result of Michael Clark Duncan's portrayal, do you. Do you?