Director Ken Loach Claims Marvel Movies Are 'Boring' And Got 'Nothing To Do With The Art of Cinema'

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In the past few weeks, Marvel has been facing some criticisms from renowned directors regarding their comic book and superhero movies. And adding fuel to the fire is yet another director, Ken Loach, who also has something to say about the supposed "art of cinema."

In a recent interview with Sky News, the Sorry We Missed You director revealed that he finds Marvel movies "boring." He added that their movies are "made as commodities like hamburgers." Seeing that "it's not about communicating" and that they're "not about sharing our imagination."

Loach went on to elaborate saying superhero movies are about "making a commodity which will make a profit for a big corporation." He claims that these are just "market exercises" and Marvel movies got "nothing to do with the art of cinema." You can check out his full interview below.

These kinds of comments started with The Irishman director Martin Scorsese, who said that Marvel movies are not "cinema." He also likened the movies to theme parks. Francis Ford Coppola, The Godfather director, also weighed in on the Marvel diss claiming that Scorsese is right. Because he thinks Marvel movies are "despicable" and that no one "gets anything out of seeing the same movie over and over again."

What do you think of Loach's comments? Do you agree that Marvel movies are boring? Share your thoughts below!

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