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#1 Apr 17 2013 at 9:53 AM Rating: Good
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And the competition! The trailer(s) for Iron Man 3 haven't been emotionally charged as the Superman one. Not by a longshot. Going in the opposite direction, they're mostly explosion filled unapologetic in your face examples of action movie stereotypes. Also, it's the third movie. History has shown that the third movie is where a series starts really nose diving, so Tony has an uphill battle if he hopes this movie is to be successful. That's not to say it won't get people to watch. Like I said in the other trailer thread, a successful movie is one that draws in people that aren't fans, but that doesn't mean the movie is bad if it doesn't do that. I can't see this movie pulling in new fans, but it might be entertaining enough for the established fanbase.

I've liked Iron Man for a long while, and Robert Downey Jr is basically the perfect Stark (though he is too short for the role nitpick nitpick), so I'm hoping the movie is aimed at people like me mostly. It's a pretty low measure of success. Between these two movies, I'm sure Man of Steel will be this years must-see movie.

Iron Man vs Mandarin, who some would say is the main Tony Stark villain, though most Marvel fans will note that Marvel doesn't really do the whole main villain thing and goes for huge rogues galleries. Batman has Joker, Superman has Lex Luther. So this is kind of like that.



One thing, I just don't like the way Mandarin annunciates. It's ... weird.
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#2 Apr 17 2013 at 10:13 AM Rating: Good
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Also, it's the third movie. History has shown that the third movie is where a series starts really nose diving, so Tony has an uphill battle if he hopes this movie is to be successful.


The second Iron Man movie was absolutely terrible, so I'm not so sure that the battle is uphill.
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#3 Apr 17 2013 at 11:13 AM Rating: Good
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lolgaxe wrote:

I've liked Iron Man for a long while, and Robert Downey Jr is basically the perfect Stark (though he is too short for the role nitpick nitpick), so I'm hoping the movie is aimed at people like me mostly. It's a pretty low measure of success. Between these two movies, I'm sure Man of Steel will be this years must-see movie.

I think I only started paying attention to Iron Man because he was being portrayed by Robert Downey Jr. Is Gwyneth Paltrow going to be in it again? She needs to go. Ironman needs conflict - and to be single.
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lolgaxe wrote:
Also, it's the third movie. History has shown that the third movie is where a series starts really nose diving, so Tony has an uphill battle if he hopes this movie is to be successful.


The second Iron Man movie was absolutely terrible, so I'm not so sure that the battle is uphill.


It wasn't as good as the first, but I wouldn't call it terrible. I'm looking forward to this one anyway, as I have found them to be entertaining movies with entertaining characters.
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Tony Stark is in here, somewhere...
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#6 Apr 17 2013 at 1:37 PM Rating: Good
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You're beneath Stark.

Though probably not his programming. I bet it was JARVIS.
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You're beneath Stark.

Though probably not his programming. I bet it was JARVIS.


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#8 Apr 17 2013 at 4:20 PM Rating: Good
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@#$% off, AI JARVIS is awesome.

Also, Joss Whedon apparently loved IM3, so I'm remaining hopeful. I'm a little bummed that it doesn't seem like they'll bring in any of the other avengers at all, though. Just seems weird, given how they ended The Avengers, for them to not even have at least Bruce Banner in it. And Romanoff/Barton need some movieverse backstory established, desperately, because they're great characters and we're getting a little too far along in the series for that to not be covered yet. Especially since they're continuing to add characters into the series.

Also, I'm not a huge fan of Hank Pym. So.
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#9 Apr 17 2013 at 10:18 PM Rating: Good
Look for Black Widow in Captain America 2. Rumar has it IM3 will be self contained, with perhaps a Guardians of the Galaxy and/or Ant Man lead in at the end. Perhaps you'll get some Hawkeye in Cap 2 as well, but I expect Thor 2 to be largely self contained, with some Thanos/Guardians of the Galaky/Avengers 2 lead in.

I almost think they'll hold of on Hulk, since he was the best part of Avengers. Give him his own movie after Avengers 3.
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#10 Apr 18 2013 at 2:58 AM Rating: Excellent
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I really like the Movieverse they are building. Sure not every movie is great (Captain America Smiley: glare) but the complete picture pleases me very well this far. Looking forward to IM3. The shot in the trailer when the debris of Starks house fall down with rockets still slamming into it is awesome!

Edit to add: It could get a little awkward if they have to explain for every standalone hero they make a movie with "Oh but Cap and the other Avengers couldn't help him because they were busy doing this and that."

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I almost think they'll hold of on Hulk, since he was the best part of Avengers.
I like Hulk, and he was the movie MVP, but he doesn't translate well into the movieverse. It's the same concern I have with the upcoming Ant Man movie, with Hank Pym. What makes these characters interesting isn't the action and explosions and such, but that they're scientists in the background and as we've seen in the past Hulk movies, and even the Spider-Man movies, nobody seems to really care to show.

I'd go to theaters multiple times if we got Hank Pym or Bruce Banner going on Science Adventures and not just explosions and fight scenes, but that only draws in the old geeks, and doesn't really draw in the crowds to be considered a successful release. Hulk is a pretty one dimensional character, and that's pretty boring. Well, to me anyway.
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#12 Apr 18 2013 at 3:08 PM Rating: Good
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I thought the Hulk managed to be super interesting in Avengers. Granted, it's because of the parallels between Banner and Hulk, but it adds something deeper than a lot of the other characters have. I think the trick is probably to keep the Hulk out of play as much as you can. People want to see Banner struggle before he Hulks out.

I'm just not a huge fan of Hank Pym. I'll accept his presence as long as he brings Janet with him, though. Love her, and the Avengers are seriously lacking in female members, particularly since this world doesn't include the X-men.
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I'm just not a huge fan of Hank Pym. I'll accept his presence as long as he brings Janet with him, though. Love her, and the Avengers are seriously lacking in female members, particularly since this world doesn't include the X-men.


Somehow this little paragraph transported me way back, just before the Onslaught made his presence known. Ah I think that was really the phase when I loved the Marvel Universe the most. The X-Men had an incredible line-up as did the Avengers. And then after the (mostly) brilliant Onslaught-thingy most of it went to shambles. Smiley: frown
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I thought the Hulk managed to be super interesting in Avengers.
I felt Bruce Banner was interesting in the Avengers. Hulk just punctuated some scenes in a remarkably humorous way. I'd love a movie that focused on Banner and occasionally showed the Hulk, not the other way around. And not just super violent Hulk, but the Hulk that just wants to be accepted and not hunted. Pym has a lot of backstory that rarely gets explored, and they're going to have to eventually bring in Ultron if they continue doing Avengers movies. You simply can't do Ultron without first going into what set Pym off in it's creation. I guess a major part of it is I like the obscurer characters. Not obscure in that the real world doesn't know them, but the ones that are, in canon, a bit unknown. Spider-Man and Daredevil spent a majority of their careers in relative obscurity and hated slash hunted. Pym is basically a mad scientist that was basically headed to supervillainy but his wife knocked him off that course and now he's a guy who is trying to do right but keeps getting it wrong. To me, that's much more appealing than Steve Rogers' or Tony Starks' stories.

Gonna just put Marvel movies in this thread, and DC movies in the Superman thread. Thor 2: The Dark World trailer.

I'll admit I'm not as well read up on Thor as I am other characters, so I don't really recognize who or what the bad guys here are. I notice Sif getting a bit of a fight scene, instead of just standing there like she did the first movie. I'm hoping Volstagg, Hogun, and Fandral get some equal opportunity to kick **** as well. Looks like a love story with action scenes. And, you know. Loki. I might not be that well read up on Thor, but Loki I've got a pretty good read for. Always an amusing read.

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That had to recast Fandral, which is something of a shame, but it's not like he was a major part. I just like the actor (meaning I find him sexually attractive).

I know the basics of the story behind the Thor villains. Enough that I won't be relying completely on the movie for the information, which is really good enough for me. I'm less interested in Thor than the other characters.

And I DEFINITELY agree with you about the Hulk vs. Banner thing. I'd love a movie dedicated to Banner, I really would. I'd even be happy if they'd just do a Barton/Banner movie. I mean, Hawkeye desperately needs to be fleshed out in the universe, and the interplay between the two of them is always great. And they didn't get ANY interaction in the Avengers movie, which is a **** shame...
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I know he's blue in Ultimate, but beyond that and his power set, I don't know much about him. Also, looks like we're going to the more traditional Spider-suit for the next movie. Ignore the Spider-boner. We'll see when they start adding computer enhancements, like removing the light diodes from Jamie Foxx's hoodie (Black guy, villain, hoodie? Really Marvel?) and whether or not they'll make the white eyes on Spidy more reflective or not. Oh, and Mary Jane..
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Marvel is really pumping out the movies. I kind of wish DC would have more faith in their properties, but the last time they tried to deviate from Superman and Batman we got that monstrosity that was Green Lantern. Anyway, first up is Captain America - Winter Soldier
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Rag tag group of space heroes fighting space villains, mostly. The comics themselves have been pretty good in the past, with really interesting characters. For the most part, X-Men and Avengers have human-esque characters, whereas the GotG has a talking gun-totting raccoon, a tree ("I AM GROOT!"), and a super smart Russian dog alongside the **** green-chick and other humanoid characters. That alone makes it interesting to me. So far all I've found is the casting, with Zoe Saldana (Uhura in the Star Trek reboot) as Gamara (previously refered to "sexy green chick," also badass martial artist slash warrior) Chris Pratt (Nothing that comes to mind) as Star-Lord (essentially the "leader" of the outfit. Half human half alien, lots of guns, likes coffee), Michael Rooke (Merle from Walking Dead) as Yondu (blue dude, red fin-mohawk, usually with a bow and arrow), and Dave Bautista (big guy, WWE wrestler) as Drax the Destroyer (Big guy, WWE type) are essentially confirmed. Rocket Raccoon:
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(About using real raccoons) We did. I’ve done a lot of studying with real racoons, and we had real racoons come in. We’ve done photography with them, I’ve played with racoons, and fed racoons, and dealt a lot with real racoons to get some of the behaviour down, because it’s really, really important to me that Rocket Racoon, who is the heart of the movie, is not a cartoon character, it’s not Bugs Bunny in the middle of The Avengers, it’s a real, little, somewhat mangled beast that’s alone. There’s no one else in the universe quite like him, he’s been created by these guys to be a mean-ass fighting machine.
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That, to me anyway, pretty much confirms the rodent. And I seriously doubt that they'll make a movie with the rodent without the tree (I AM GROOT), and it isn't like said tree has many lines anyway. So for me, to make it a movie I seriously want to see all they'll have to do is add Cosmo, the talking Russian scientist dog.

That's what I've got for now. Marvel is calling these movies their "Phase 2," which is pretty cool to me. I'm gonna dig for some Ant-Man info, as he's the one I'm specifically waiting on.

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Guardians is the team that Adam Warlock created post Infinity Gauntlet, right?

Marvel's next step should be a Captain America/Wolverine movie where they rescue Kid Magneto from a WWII concentration camp.
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#20 May 02 2013 at 1:45 PM Rating: Good
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I don't think so, but I could be wrong. From what little I know they were some sort of alternate-future time traveling group. I only really got into them in their v2 reboot where Adam Warlock was a member, but not really creator and didn't have anything to do with the Gauntlet initially.

I don't know if I'd like a whole movie like that, but little scenes, like flashbacks and such, would be pretty stellar. Cap could bump into Logan while freeing a camp, and a brief shot of Mags running out and such. Too bad different studios own the rights. Smiley: frown
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Guardians is the team that Adam Warlock created post Infinity Gauntlet, right?

Marvel's next step should be a Captain America/Wolverine movie where they rescue Kid Magneto from a WWII concentration camp.


Sony owns the rights to X-men. Fox owns the rights to Spider-Man and Fantastic Four.

So it's highly unlikely that the Marvel Movieverse is going to include any of those plots.

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I am sort of excited for Winter Soldier, actually. The movies finally made me like Captain America (I was never really a fan before).

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So yeah. That was pretty awesome. Some of the plot points were a bit weak, and the final battle, while appropriately epic, seemed a bit over done, but aside from that I have no real complaints. It was a **** fun ride.

Make sure you stay for the bit after the credits. It was great.
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So yeah. That was pretty awesome. Some of the plot points were a bit weak, and the final battle, while appropriately epic, seemed a bit over done, but aside from that I have no real complaints. It was a **** fun ride.

Make sure you stay for the bit after the credits. It was great.


That gives me some of my hope back. I read so much negative reviews about this movie it was really disheartening.
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One of the issues with reviews is that pretty much any review or discussion inevitably ends up comparing the movie to Iron Man 1/2 and The Avengers. It's not as good as Iron Man 1 or The Avengers, but it was still a fun ride and **** of a lot better than Iron Man 2.
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I read so much negative reviews about this movie it was really disheartening.
Most of the negative reviews I've seen are from die hard comic fans crying NOT MUH MANDARIN at the top of their lungs. Which is fine, because traditionally Mandarin has been a **** character. He started off as a xenophobic nationalist caricature with an awesome fu manchu, and he evolved into some generic business man slash corporate raider with an awesome fu manchu. He's such a boring character. I personally liked how they handled him. Anyway, it was a popcorn movie, not meant to be fine art or a manifesto of love to the source material. The ending was a little weak for me, but then I don't particularly enjoy "endless endings" that movies that aren't projected to have endings give you. Good twists, decent pacing, and RDJ being RDJ. Kind of felt like a Bond movie in some aspects. I enjoyed it, though not a opening weekend crowds full price show up in costume sort of deal. A should see, not a must see kind of deal.

The last little skit that these movies are now known for was particularly amusing, but I wish they would have at least mentioned Doc Samson. Really well done, and I hope more scenes like that happen in the future. Not specifically, just them interacting.
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it was still a fun ride and **** of a lot better than Iron Man 2.


Nice. I didn't hate Iron Man 2 so now I actually look forward again for part 3.

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Most of the negative reviews I've seen are from die hard comic fans crying NOT MUH MANDARIN at the top of their lungs..


That won't be a problem for me. Smiley: lol But I also read about glaring plotholes, the kind you can not easily ignore. And many seem to think that the movie pretty much ignores everything that happened in The Avengers which would be a bit lame.
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I liked it, but it wasn't great. I only paid the cheap $5.50 afternoon price, so I feel I got my monies worth. The whole Mandarin not being the real villain is something you can see about three miles away, so when Tony grabs the guy, it's not like it's any great revelation. Guy Peirce's character was about as boring as a villain as I've ever seen, so I couldn't really get into it. The battle at the end was well done, but could have been shorter. The biggest problem I had with the movie, was random evil guy number two flying around in the Patriot suit. The suits are supposedly keyed to specific people, so if you want to get all knitpicky about, that shouldn't have been possible. Since that led to a major plot point, it bothered me more than a little.

Of all of the Iron Man movies, this is the weakest, but it's still a decent enough action movie if you can turn your brain off long enough to watch it. There was a fair amount of humor and some good action scenes. My favorite part was actually the after credits scene with Bannor. Which if you've seen the movie, pretty much tells you how much I liked or didn't like it.
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I liked it more then 2. I saw it in IMAX 3D, so it was pretty awesome eye candy.
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And many seem to think that the movie pretty much ignores everything that happened in The Avengers which would be a bit lame.
I'm not sure where you're reading your reviews, or maybe I just didn't notice which events are ignored, but the main subplot for IM3 was Tony dealing with the PTSD he developed in New York after those events, and it was in no way subtle about it.
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I'm not sure where you're reading your reviews, or maybe I just didn't notice which events are ignored, but the main subplot for IM3 was Tony dealing with the PTSD he developed in New York after those events, and it was in no way subtle about it.


I can give no specifics on what might have been ignored because the reviews I read didn't give any either. All of them were on IMDb I think. Since that "flaw" was mentioned in 5 or 6 out of the maybe 12-15 I read I thought it might have some truth to it. But even better if it was just BS. Smiley: wink
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I'm not sure where you're reading your reviews, or maybe I just didn't notice which events are ignored, but the main subplot for IM3 was Tony dealing with the PTSD he developed in New York after those events, and it was in no way subtle about it.


I can give no specifics on what might have been ignored because the reviews I read didn't give any either. All of them were on IMDb I think. Since that "flaw" was mentioned in 5 or 6 out of the maybe 12-15 I read I thought it might have some truth to it. But even better if it was just BS. Smiley: wink


oh it was BS. The PTSD he has is basically the reason for the army of suits that Jarvus (sp) controls. There is even a flash back iirc.
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I'm not a particular fan, but for completions sake, and maybe he does have a fan or two, but here's the poster for The Wolverine.
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What I've gathered is, basically, Wolverine goes to Japan and loses his healing factor. Then fights ninjas. Like I said, I've never really been a fan of Logan so I'll probably skip this beyond a torrent or, even more likely, watch it on FX when it plays twenty times a day.
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Finally saw it last night; wasn't a bad movie. Liked it better than the second, but I thought the first and the Avengers were better. Highlights for me were the Downton Abbey references and Tony's dialogue with the kid.

The scene after the credits was pretty funny too.
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I'm not a particular fan, but for completions sake, and maybe he does have a fan or two, but here's the poster for The Wolverine.
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What I've gathered is, basically, Wolverine goes to Japan and loses his healing factor. Then fights ninjas. Like I said, I've never really been a fan of Logan so I'll probably skip this beyond a torrent or, even more likely, watch it on FX when it plays twenty times a day.


Yeah, I'm looking forward to that one myself, a lot more than I did IM3. It could be good, Japan always made for a decent setting for the Wolverine, a couple of good stories there.

IM3 was pretty good imo, quite enjoyable and nicely connected with the Avengers movie.
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Apparently Robert Downey Jr is a pretty stand up fella. Also mentions of Ant-Man and Guardians of the Galaxy, which weren't much of a surprise, but hints towards "Iron Fist," "Dr. Strange," and "Black Panther," all characters I'm interested in in some way. Iron Fist would make a great old school kung fu exploitation type film, especially if they stop frame and scroll the names of some of the over the top moves across the screen, Dr Strange would be a good contrast against all the technology the other Marvel movies are about and could introduce more of the magic based characters at a later date, and Black Panther could be Nolan Batman-esque if done right.

Over all, I'm just kind of impressed RDJ went to bat for his fellow thespians like this.
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So I was really hoping the local drive-in would have the IM3 + ST double feature this weekend, but unfortunately it looks like they're showing them on separate screens at the same time :(. Looks like IM3 will have to keep waiting, I might get to see it next weekend but this weekend will be ST for sure. >_<
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So I was really hoping the local drive-in would have the IM3 + ST double feature this weekend, but unfortunately it looks like they're showing them on separate screens at the same time :(. Looks like IM3 will have to keep waiting, I might get to see it next weekend but this weekend will be ST for sure. >_<

If you want to come to SW Ohio, they're running IM3 & ST:ID here through the weekend starting Wednesday Night/Midnight.
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#42 May 14 2013 at 4:44 PM Rating: Good
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This was definitely the best IM film, imo.

I also enjoyed the midend credit scene. Smiley: grin

Also the Generalisimo's cameo was lulzy, though not as good as the one in The Amazing Spider-Man
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#43 May 14 2013 at 4:49 PM Rating: Good
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If you want to come to SW Ohio, they're running IM3 & ST:ID here through the weekend starting Wednesday Night/Midnight.

Where? I'm actually going to be in SW Ohio this weekend and that might be fun.
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Kastigir wrote:
If you want to come to SW Ohio, they're running IM3 & ST:ID here through the weekend starting Wednesday Night/Midnight.

Where? I'm actually going to be in SW Ohio this weekend and that might be fun.

http://holidayautotheatre.com/
It's up in Hamilton.
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#45 May 16 2013 at 12:21 AM Rating: Good
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Oh fun. I'm going to be in Dayton so I may just check that out.
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The Wolverine International Trailer. Ninjas and an angry hairy Canadian.
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#48 Jun 25 2013 at 7:08 AM Rating: Good
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I don't know how to feel about this. It sounds both terrible and potentially good at the same time.
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I keep seeing the trailers on TV, and all the backgrounds look inorganic for some reason. I mean, I know these movies heavily use green screens and such, but usually they look at least a little real. Especially the scene they keep showing of Wolverine in that snowy village being surrounded by ninjas looks more like a cheap high school stage than a big budget movie scene.

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Saw Iron Man 3 and ST:ID together. I never read Marvel, so I come to those movies with a clean palate. Iron Man is one of my most favourite action movies ever, and I was disappointed with IM 2. I was very pleased that IM 3 was better than 2, and even more pleased with Pepperpot's part in the ending. All up, explosiony/actiony goodness, without achieving greatness. I certainly didn't feel I had wasted my cinema entry money.

Of the two, I liked Star Trek Into Darkness better. I didn't watch the 1960's originals, so again nothing precious to me is desecrated. I know just enough about the originals to like the glaring references, and the extra glaring "twists" on the originals, such as Spock having a girl-friend. I REALLY liked Benedict Cumberbatch on the big screen in this. What a mobile, expressive face!

Back to marvel: The line up is so male heavy, that I'd love it if they gender-bended one of the heroes, and made him a woman. The Marvel Comic fans could have a complete conniption that is so controversial it works as a free virus marketing ploy. The newbies like me wouldn't even notice, unless we had watched the first Avenger's movie: "Hey, wasn't that woman a dude before?".
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Back to marvel: The line up is so male heavy, that I'd love it if they gender-bended one of the heroes, and made him a woman. The Marvel Comic fans could have a complete conniption that is so controversial it works as a free virus marketing ploy. The newbies like me wouldn't even notice, unless we had watched the first Avenger's movie: "Hey, wasn't that woman a dude before?".


Marvel actually has a lot of female leads. But bringing them in is problematic. For one, a LOT of the strongest female leads are all mutants (which includes both X-Men and members of the Avengers). And Disney doesn't have the rights to X-Men. So no Jean Grey, Kitty Pryde, etc. I think, technically, they have access to any of the mutants that were members of the Avengers and have not had significant plot connections to the X-Men franchise. Right now, it's looking like Disney could claim Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver (Magneto's children), but I haven't seen much buzz about anyone else.

But they might not rush into that, as they'd need to give them a new origin story. Which would be awkward, if they could get Fox to relinquish X-Men rights... Plus, their Origin (children of a big bad for the X-Men) is kind of important.

Best case scenario, we get another X-Men reboot under Disney, allowing them to further expand the cinematic universe. Even better, Sony relinquishes Spider-Man and they can include him, too.

And then they can rip all of our hearts out with the Civil War.
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