History YMMV / Darkman

7th Apr '16 6:46:05 PM WJTaylor4
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* HarsherInHindsight: With the passing of actor Larry Drake, the villainous Durant cheating death, and even being resurrected in the 4 issue Dynamite Publishing comic book miniseries ''Darkman Vs. Army Of Darkness'' becomes a little harder to watch.
2nd Jan '16 4:35:23 PM Miracle@StOlaf
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* NarmCharm: Some people like the movie because the above-mentioned examples are so full of {{Narm}}.

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* NarmCharm: Some people like Sam Raimi's always had a talent for cultivating this, and the movie because the above-mentioned examples are so full {{Narm}}-y scenes detailed above can be laugh-out-loud funny and still not lose much, if any, of {{Narm}}.their dramatic impact.
25th Oct '15 5:38:56 AM Morgenthaler
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*** Justified; Westlake's body is constantly pumping itself full of every chemical a human body is capable of generating, in an attempt to compensate for the total loss of his sense of touch. With all the crap running rampant in his bloodstream, it's little wonder his perceptions would be a bit...''skewed.''
12th Mar '15 12:13:56 AM MisterCPC
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* AwesomeMusic: [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HKW4smYxI6A The opening theme]]. Would you expect anything less from Creator/DannyElfman?
1st Jan '15 1:04:30 PM nombretomado
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* OlderThanYouThink: Starting with this movie LiamNeeson had been playing brutal anti-heroes before he was known for his action role status in movies like {{Film/Taken}}.

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* OlderThanYouThink: Starting with this movie LiamNeeson Creator/LiamNeeson had been playing brutal anti-heroes before he was known for his action role status in movies like {{Film/Taken}}.
19th Nov '14 1:29:57 PM jeffreyloonychen
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* SpiritualLicensee: To some hardcore WWII comics fans, this film and the sequels would be the closest thing to a film adaptation of the DC war hero [[ComicBook/UnknownSoldier the Unknown Soldier]], except the action would shift from the Second World War to TheNineties and TheHero was a generic crime fighter rather then a U.S. military soldier.
31st Oct '14 12:16:18 AM MisterCPC
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* NightmareFuel: Peyton's mutilation.
2nd Oct '14 8:50:07 AM STFilmmaker
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* OlderThanYouThink: Starting with this movie LiamNeeson had been playing brutal anti-heroes before he was known for his action role status in movies like {{Film/Taken}}.
14th Jul '14 12:28:22 PM Willbyr
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** Julie and then some. She really can not catch a break.

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** Julie and then some. She really can not catch a break.break.

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15th Mar '14 6:42:16 AM ACW
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* CompleteMonster: Hard to say which one is it between Durant and Strack. An hired crime boss that moonlights as a hitman who takes too much pleasure in doing dirty work or a megalomaniac who has no remorse in hiring some bloodthirsty criminals to solve his problems? Its even also established in the first film's novelization that Durant is far more evil than Strack, who just wanted his father's company for himself and paid off Durant to do the job for him, while Durant has no motivation in the way he does things, possibly aside of OnlyInItForTheMoney.

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* CompleteMonster: Hard to say which one is it between CompleteMonster: Durant and Strack. An hired is a crime boss that moonlights as a hitman turned PsychoForHire who takes too much pleasure in doing dirty work or is introduced having a megalomaniac who has no remorse in hiring some bloodthirsty criminals to solve potential obstacle's entire outfit executed before he tortures the boss by chopping off all his problems? Its even also established fingers with a cigar cutter. Durant later attacks Dr. Peyton Westlake, setting him on fire and ruining his life by turning him into the titular AntiHero Darkman. Durant thinks nothing of betraying and killing allies and when [[NotQuiteDead he returns in the first film's novelization that Durant is far more evil than Strack, who just wanted his father's company for second film]], he shows himself and paid off Durant to do the job as even nastier than before, even having a reporter killed for him, while Durant has no motivation insulting him in the way he does things, possibly aside of OnlyInItForTheMoney.a story.
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