Whenever you have one sequel to a hit movie you take the chance that the audience is going to tire of you a little. Whenever you go for another you really are putting your money on the line since it is hard to take the same character and have him/her succeed in three movies. If you actually go for a fourth then you must have the stars of the show under contract or something (since a third sequel is often just a regurgitation of the other two).
Films have to be willing to test the limits when they go for a third installment. Of course it helps if you are talking about a superhero with a legendary following from decades of awesome comics!
It's been years since I've read the comics so I don't know how much or even if the studio is following along with the original story line. If they are--fantastic; if not--that's okay too.
Like the rest, this one appears like it is going to absolutely rock. If I start trying to line-up a babysitter now I might be able to see it before it comes out on video...
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