I★ don’t know if I’m the only one, but I am truly sick of people acting snobbish when it comes to comic-book movies. Even now there are still some people who believe that they’re only for kids! Are they kidding me? Some of the characters are more complex than you get in most indie movies. Now, admittedly, when it comes to adaptation, some of the more intellectual themes are left out, but that says more about current audiences than the comics. Some people should get off their high horses and give comic-book movies a chance. SADIA HUSSAIN, SLOUGH
Indeed, you couldn’t show Deadpool to children – you’d spend half the movie having to explain what ‘that’ word/joke/ hand gesture means. And these days, comic-book movies embrace so many styles and tones; it’s the MCU’s mantra to go for a different genre each time (still waiting for their sung-through musical/’80s-style erotic thriller/baseball comedymeets-Christmas ghost story, mind). Sadia and everyone with a letter printed will receive a copy of Resident Evil: The Final Chapter, available on digital download, Blu-ray, 3D Blu-ray, 4K Ultra HD and DVD on 12 June via Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. Didn’t send an address? Email it! Or we’ll unleash the mutant hounds!