337 Votes in Poll
The question isn't "who do you hate more", it's "who do you think is the worst director". And it's quite obvious few people are very familiar with Schumacher's catalog, if at all. So take these results with a grain of salt.
Okay thats fair but I only chose Zack because
I have respect for the dead
I had to make the first vote.
I misclicked lol
I would say this result from the poll is fairly accurate and not really needed to take with a grain of salt if anything, regardless of which social media platform. Again this is being judged with not the whole catalog of their filmography they have done but their involvement with the DC movies.
Zack while divided among fans on whether his movies is good or not has generally received more box office success and praise than Schumacher has ever received on his contribution albeit less movies with Batman forever and Batman and Robin.
Yeah there are obviously other factors such as the script, tones, cgi and film making techniques or equipment available back then compared to now, but I highly doubt majority of the DC fans would choose to pick Snyder over Schumacher as worst director when most people generally either don’t mind or love Snyder’s films but when Joel is mentioned Batman & Robin is the first glaring thing to come in mind as opposed to its predecessors which were more loved and appreciated like Batman, BM Returns and BM Forever.
If it's accurate if the question were something other than it actually was, it's not accurate.
Batman Forever and Batman & Robin are Good Actually.
They're not good but damn they're entertaining to watch
Which is more than I can say for Snyder’s train wreck. Given his resources at the time Joel’s media is far superior, still bad though.
Schumacher added a style and character to Batman that he had not had in 30 years. Snyder added a style and character to Superman that he never had.
I find amusing how some people insist that Snyder made Superman human whereas other fans complain that he made him too "alien".
Not that Snyder, or Byrne or anyone other than Jerry Siegel made Superman human, for that matter. Superman was ALWAYS human, even back in the day when he was obsessed over Krypton, and I am tired of ridiculous "This writer -who happens to be my favorite- fixed Superman by making him human" claims. But that is not relevant now.
What do you think?