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2013-03-05 06:04:20 PM  

Alphax: Just a thought, since I'm having trouble sleeping: do you suppose 'Ten rings' has anything to do with the ones on Mandarian's fingers?


It absolutely does.
In the comics they're magic/alien rings that shoot laserbolts and stuff.  I figure in the films they'll just be trophies of conquered enemies.
 
2013-03-05 06:08:14 PM  

ZeroCorpse: Iron Man has made me a fan of Paltrow's skin.

Yes, her skin. I can't help but notice she has very nice skin.

/I sure hope that didn't come off as creepy as I'm afraid it did.


It's because she puts the lotion on it.
 
2013-03-05 06:14:20 PM  

Serial: HideAndGoFarkYourself: What movie is he talking about with RDJ and Val Kilmer in?

Kiss kiss bang bang.

Fantastic flick.  It's also the reason that Shane Black got tapped to direct IM3.  When Favs stepped down RDJ told Marvel to hire Black.


Yeah, great movie.  I misread the article, thought the writer was implying that Kilmer was in IM3, which didn't make sense.
 
2013-03-05 06:14:53 PM  

GAT_00: MaxxLarge: There hasn't been a more widely-agreed-upon perfect matching of character and actor in a very long time.

It kind of helped he was more or less acting his own life for a while there in 2.


I'm pretty sure when they called him for the first one he did his best Troy McClure over the phone "it's the part I was born to play, baby!"
 
2013-03-05 06:20:17 PM  

SkunkWorx: MyKingdomForYourHorse: Trocadero: The better the movie, the worse the game. The only great movie/great game tandem was Goldeneye.

So logically then the worse the movie, the better the game.

That would explain why the X-Men Origins - Wolverine was actually fun to play

And Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom.

Though actually the original Star Wars made for both a great movie and great game.  The original Atari vector game, that is.


Also,

cache.kotaku.com
 
2013-03-05 06:43:07 PM  

bighairyguy: Slives: Hmm, a whole squad of Ironmen?
Wonder how they will explain it, considering that Tony should be about the only one able to create the suits.

The Mandarin has long been obsessed with Iron Man's suits so he's in the game too.  The one thing they didn't show in the trailer was why they needed dozens of Iron Man suits.  I'm guessing it's to battle a comparable number of Mandarin-sourced suits piloted by Extremis-powered humans.


1) Tony's been obsessively building suits for every occasion since the incident in the Avengers. They're all controlled by him at once with his mind via Extremis technology he invented.

2) Apparently they didn't want to do another villain with a power suit of his own. Rumor is the Mandarin has developed his own version of the super soldier serum. Whatever it is makes the person have the maximum amount of speed, strength and durability the human body could possibly possess.
 
2013-03-05 06:50:40 PM  

bighairyguy: Slives: Hmm, a whole squad of Ironmen?
Wonder how they will explain it, considering that Tony should be about the only one able to create the suits.

The Mandarin has long been obsessed with Iron Man's suits so he's in the game too.  The one thing they didn't show in the trailer was why they needed dozens of Iron Man suits.  I'm guessing it's to battle a comparable number of Mandarin-sourced suits piloted by Extremis-powered humans.



They might be doing the Ultimo story. That would be ONE thing that isn't spoiled in the trailers.
 
2013-03-05 06:59:37 PM  

WhippingBoy: Uchiha_Cycliste: WhippingBoy: CarnySaur: I hope they replace Tony Stark with a teenage version like they did in the comics a while back.  Maybe they could use the kid who played Freddy on iCarly.

Or a woman. Like they did with Watson on Elementary. That always works and shows people how open minded you are.

They could call it "Iron-Man Woman"

she could be the iron female man!
Or the Iron Monger-ess!

And they should get that actress who starred in "Precious" for the role of Anthia Stark. And Adam Sandler as Jughead Jones.


Marvel's already taken care of it.  Potts gets a suit named Iron Maiden.

loyalkng.com

/something about Bruce Dickinson being farkin' awesome.
 
2013-03-05 07:02:49 PM  
So, he's going to the docks to fight who?  The Greek?
 
2013-03-05 07:18:36 PM  

Friend_Computer: WhippingBoy: Uchiha_Cycliste: WhippingBoy: CarnySaur: I hope they replace Tony Stark with a teenage version like they did in the comics a while back.  Maybe they could use the kid who played Freddy on iCarly.

Or a woman. Like they did with Watson on Elementary. That always works and shows people how open minded you are.

They could call it "Iron-Man Woman"

she could be the iron female man!
Or the Iron Monger-ess!

And they should get that actress who starred in "Precious" for the role of Anthia Stark. And Adam Sandler as Jughead Jones.

Marvel's already taken care of it.  Potts gets a suit named Iron Maiden.

[loyalkng.com image 550x835]

/something about Bruce Dickinson being farkin' awesome.


Hmm, last I heard she had the Rescue armor.  Then again, haven't read IM in quite a while (ever since he rebooted his brain... wtf).
 
2013-03-05 07:41:49 PM  
I wonder how often people accidentally call RDJ 'Tony' when having a conversation with him....
 
2013-03-05 07:50:11 PM  

PsyLord: Hmm, last I heard she had the Rescue armor


Maybe we'll get to see the RESCUE armor in this movie.
 
2013-03-05 08:03:39 PM  
Iron Man 2 wasn't a good movie. I realize the is the same site that lionizes The Dark Knight, but there it is.
 
2013-03-05 08:17:39 PM  

Wayne 985: Iron Man is just not that great a character. We already have 4 movies with him; it's enough.


You a foo'
 
2013-03-05 08:21:03 PM  

Alphax: [cdn.uproxx.com image 624x263]

Yes please!


You know, I'm not nor ever have been a fan of Gwyneth Paltrow, but damn if she doesn't look delicious in every single Marvel movie she's been in so far.  MMMMmmmm.
 
2013-03-05 08:25:09 PM  

Friend_Computer: WhippingBoy: Uchiha_Cycliste: WhippingBoy: CarnySaur: I hope they replace Tony Stark with a teenage version like they did in the comics a while back.  Maybe they could use the kid who played Freddy on iCarly.

Or a woman. Like they did with Watson on Elementary. That always works and shows people how open minded you are.

They could call it "Iron-Man Woman"

she could be the iron female man!
Or the Iron Monger-ess!

And they should get that actress who starred in "Precious" for the role of Anthia Stark. And Adam Sandler as Jughead Jones.

Marvel's already taken care of it.   Potts gets a suit named Iron Maiden.

[loyalkng.com image 550x835]

/something about Bruce Dickinson being farkin' awesome.


Umm...Unless that's an alternate time-line thing, Potts never had a suit named "Iron Maiden".  She DOES have that suit, and is still using it in the comics as far as I know, but she dubbed it "Rescue" since it wasn't a combat suit, it was just outfitted with an insane amount of repulsor tech so that she could help contain/stop disasters and get people out of danger as a first responder.
 
2013-03-05 08:25:47 PM  

LeafyGreens: Iron Man 2 wasn't a good movie. I realize the is the same site that lionizes The Dark Knight, but there it is.


Do some reading, this is the same site that agrees with your assessment, Mr Rebel.
 
2013-03-05 08:26:18 PM  
Of course he'll do another one. If life is multiple choice and these are the two choices, duh.
celeb-nuts.img.jugem.jp2.bp.blogspot.com
 
2013-03-05 08:28:26 PM  
The bit with the Iron Man squadron felt a little forced. It looked a bit like they were just champing at the bit for the tie-in action figures.
 
2013-03-05 08:29:30 PM  

Friend_Computer:
Marvel's already taken care of it.  Potts gets a suit named Iron Maiden.

[loyalkng.com image 550x835]

/something about Bruce Dickinson being farkin' awesome.


collider.com

Iron Maiden?!?! Excellent!!!
 
2013-03-05 08:31:49 PM  
And, in one trailer, there's the difference between Marvel and DC.  "Man of Steel"?  Meh.  "Iron Man 3"?

www.polishtheconsole.com
 
2013-03-05 08:32:03 PM  
Why does this trailer give April 25 as the release date? Everything I've heard up to now has said May 3.
 
2013-03-05 08:33:13 PM  
Trocadero:  Personally, Planet Hulk would be awesome, but man would it be tough to pull off on the big screen.

Well, the Avengers movies are going to be space-based to a large extent.  Avengers 2 could feature Hulk being sent off to Sakaar.  Planet Hulk could be made as a follow-up to fill the space between Avengers 2 & 3.

Hopefully, they won't feel the need to have every Avenger featured in his own movie in between every Avengers flick. I'd rather wait and get something special from each character.
 
2013-03-05 08:33:31 PM  

GAT_00: MaxxLarge: There hasn't been a more widely-agreed-upon perfect matching of character and actor in a very long time.

It kind of helped he was more or less acting his own life for a while there in 2.


Probably not since George C. Scott in "Patton" has there been a more perfect matching.
 
2013-03-05 08:36:52 PM  

TexanBoy: The bit with the Iron Man squadron felt a little forced. It looked a bit like they were just champing at the bit for the tie-in action figures.


Really?  With absolutely no context, you think it felt a little forced?  If they're going to be keeping the Hammer family involved with the cinematic universe, I wouldn't be surprised if that situation with all the Iron Men was how Tony responded to either A) This movie's equivalent of the Detroit Steel Corps. or B) The result of all those fine young fellows being strapped into the experimental apparatus' that I'm sure is in no way involved with Extremis.  You know.  The virus that, once applied to an untrained piece of shiat, allowed him to almost murder Iron Man without breaking a sweat?

/I'm not saying you're wrong about the action figures, I just severely doubt they said "We need about 53 more toys to sell at Christmas!  We need Tony to have an Iron Man army in the movie!"
 
2013-03-05 08:38:41 PM  

RevMercutio: Shadow Blasko: Clutch2013: Has Gwyneth Paltrow ever been hotter than when she plays Pepper?

She was pretty damned tasty in Shakespeare In Love, but I'm a sucker for Elizabethan garb anyway...

It's the strawberry blonde hair, methinks.


That; she's always been "meh" to me.  Then she became Pepper Potts and I was like "WTF?!  When did Paltrow become über-hawt?!"
 
2013-03-05 08:40:13 PM  

HeartBurnKid: SkunkWorx: MyKingdomForYourHorse: Trocadero: The better the movie, the worse the game. The only great movie/great game tandem was Goldeneye.

So logically then the worse the movie, the better the game.

That would explain why the X-Men Origins - Wolverine was actually fun to play

And Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom.

Though actually the original Star Wars made for both a great movie and great game.  The original Atari vector game, that is.

Also,

[cache.kotaku.com image 400x277]


Now THAT...was an awesome game to play.
 
2013-03-05 08:45:43 PM  

Great_Milenko: Trocadero:  Personally, Planet Hulk would be awesome, but man would it be tough to pull off on the big screen.

Well, the Avengers movies are going to be space-based to a large extent.  Avengers 2 could feature Hulk being sent off to Sakaar.  Planet Hulk could be made as a follow-up to fill the space between Avengers 2 & 3.

Hopefully, they won't feel the need to have every Avenger featured in his own movie in between every Avengers flick. I'd rather wait and get something special from each character.


That rumor has already been squashed by Joss Whedon himself.  I believe what he said was essentially "I'm not saying that's bogus...but that's bogus"
 
2013-03-05 09:12:33 PM  

Serial: HideAndGoFarkYourself: What movie is he talking about with RDJ and Val Kilmer in?

Kiss kiss bang bang.

Fantastic flick.  It's also the reason that Shane Black got tapped to direct IM3.  When Favs stepped down RDJ told Marvel to hire Black.


Anybody who is reading this thread and who has not watched "Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang", go watch that movie now.

Cybernetic: Why does this trailer give April 25 as the release date? Everything I've heard up to now has said May 3.


It's the U.K. trailer, so that might be the UK release date. The U.S. studios have started making a habit of releasing tentpole blockbusters outside the U.S. first to warm up the figures before they hit stateside.
 
2013-03-05 09:12:40 PM  

LeafyGreens: Iron Man 2 wasn't a good movie. I realize the is the same site that lionizes The Dark Knight, but there it is.


Iron Man 2 wasn't as bad as most people say it was, but the film was a crowded mess with no real purpose. That puts it right in line with mainstream action films.

The Dark Knight was also a bit of a mess, but not so much so as  The Dark Knight Rises, which was a complete and utter mess. Nothing which happened in it made any sense,  especially the action sequences, which were blocked worse than your average Nolan action sequence (and the man can't direct an action sequence to save his life).

Nolan really needs to stick with his artsier films-  Memento and  The Prestige were far better films than his batman flicks.
 
2013-03-05 09:16:57 PM  
Is that an AIM t-shirt I see Downey wearing??
cdn.uproxx.com

Yeah baby- Bring on MODOK
encrypted-tbn2.gstatic.com
 
2013-03-05 09:48:48 PM  
t3knomanser:
The Dark Knight was also a bit of a mess, but not so much so as  The Dark Knight Rises, which was a complete and utter mess. Nothing which happened in it made any sense,  especially the action sequences, which were blocked worse than your average Nolan action sequence (and the man can't direct an action sequence to save his life).

Nolan really needs to stick with his artsier films-  Memento and  The Prestige were far better films than his batman flicks.


What helped save The Dark Knight over Rises was Heath Ledger's Joker. Most of his actions made no sense and relied heavily upon coincidence, but he was so damn entertaining to watch, you never really cared.

I'm super stoked for IM3, if anything else, because the director is Shane Black and the last time he and RDJ collaborated, they gave us this:
www.muchocine.net
 
2013-03-05 10:00:28 PM  

Rev. Skarekroe: Alphax: Just a thought, since I'm having trouble sleeping: do you suppose 'Ten rings' has anything to do with the ones on Mandarian's fingers?

It absolutely does.
In the comics they're magic/alien rings that shoot laserbolts and stuff.  I figure in the films they'll just be trophies of conquered enemies.


In Iron Man: Armored Adventures (I think it's called, anyway it's animated and about a teenage Tony Stark and used to be on Netflix), I learned about the Mandarin and the rings. It's not a bad show, my kids used to watch it. I don't know if it ties in well with the real story or anything though.
 
2013-03-05 10:02:21 PM  
Pepper's looking pretty bad ass in that short clip of her before all the destruction.  What are the odds on her being extremissed?  At 1:44 for about a second we see her being clamped into testing restraints.  Tony Vs Pextremis?
 
2013-03-05 10:02:37 PM  

Friend_Computer: WhippingBoy: Uchiha_Cycliste: WhippingBoy: CarnySaur: I hope they replace Tony Stark with a teenage version like they did in the comics a while back.  Maybe they could use the kid who played Freddy on iCarly.

Or a woman. Like they did with Watson on Elementary. That always works and shows people how open minded you are.

They could call it "Iron-Man Woman"

she could be the iron female man!
Or the Iron Monger-ess!

And they should get that actress who starred in "Precious" for the role of Anthia Stark. And Adam Sandler as Jughead Jones.

Marvel's already taken care of it.  Potts gets a suit named Iron Maiden.

[loyalkng.com image 550x835]

/something about Bruce Dickinson being farkin' awesome.


i.chzbgr.com
 
2013-03-05 10:22:45 PM  

TexanBoy: The bit with the Iron Man squadron felt a little forced. It looked a bit like they were just champing at the bit for the tie-in action figures.


Yeah a bit, but then the Armor Wars was a pretty major story back in the day. People loooved swiping Stark's tech back then. Hell, the red white and blue armor Rhodey's wearing in this one was from when Norman Osborn got his company and decided he really wanted to be a dick.
 
2013-03-05 10:41:44 PM  

Trocadero: The better the movie, the worse the game. The only great movie/great game tandem was Goldeneye.


COUNTER: Scott Pilgrim vs. The World.
 
2013-03-05 10:51:23 PM  

Mentalpatient87: LeafyGreens: Iron Man 2 wasn't a good movie. I realize the is the same site that lionizes The Dark Knight, but there it is.

Do some reading, this is the same site that agrees with your assessment, Mr Rebel.


I hadn't known this, but I also really disliked that movie.  I recently watched it again and actually paid attention this time because when I first watched it I didn't quite focus on it and thus didn't know why I disliked it.

And the answer is simple: Tony Stark is completely on the wrong side of everything in Iron Man 2.  The Russian guy has a quite legitimate beef with him, the government is actually right in their stance on his technology, and he imposes terribly on his two friends (paltrow and don cheadle).  Now, this can all be okay in a movie when the main character ends up learning his lesson and is redeemed in the end.  In fact, this is almost the exact plot of the first movie!  But Iron Man 2 not only does not give Tony Stark the redeeming moment, it doesn't even acknowledge that he needs one.  Instead all of his selfishness and ignorance is celebrated.  I suspect that Favreau, whom I otherwise enjoy, was the one who took a plot meant to parallel the first movie and completely misinterpreted it into the garbage we got.

/the IM3 trailer looked pretty awesome
 
2013-03-05 10:51:25 PM  

sxacho: Rev. Skarekroe: Alphax: Just a thought, since I'm having trouble sleeping: do you suppose 'Ten rings' has anything to do with the ones on Mandarian's fingers?

It absolutely does.
In the comics they're magic/alien rings that shoot laserbolts and stuff.  I figure in the films they'll just be trophies of conquered enemies.

In Iron Man: Armored Adventures (I think it's called, anyway it's animated and about a teenage Tony Stark and used to be on Netflix), I learned about the Mandarin and the rings. It's not a bad show, my kids used to watch it. I don't know if it ties in well with the real story or anything though.


That's pretty much an alternate universe version of the story.  Same names and a lot of the same powers, but lots and lots of details (particularly ages) different.
 
2013-03-05 10:53:53 PM  

Great_Milenko: Trocadero:  Personally, Planet Hulk would be awesome, but man would it be tough to pull off on the big screen.

Well, the Avengers movies are going to be space-based to a large extent.  Avengers 2 could feature Hulk being sent off to Sakaar.  Planet Hulk could be made as a follow-up to fill the space between Avengers 2 & 3.

Hopefully, they won't feel the need to have every Avenger featured in his own movie in between every Avengers flick. I'd rather wait and get something special from each character.


Avengers 2: Thanos storyline, whatever, doesn't matter because it'll be awesome.  Most awesome part of it will be the Hulk going completely mad, perhaps influenced by the Mind Gem or some such, and everyone, EVERYONE getting their asses handed to them in a big way.

Of course, after it's all said and done, one of the last scenes of the movie has Stark and Fury and America sitting at a table staring at each other for a minute before Fury goes "Okay, so we found this planet a long way off...And we got this ship designed just for him.."

Planet Hulk movie happens(no spoilers there), and then Avengers 3 is basically the World War Hulk storyline, modified to fit the Avengers instead of the Illuminati.
 
2013-03-05 10:58:59 PM  

John Nash: Mentalpatient87: LeafyGreens: Iron Man 2 wasn't a good movie. I realize the is the same site that lionizes The Dark Knight, but there it is.

Do some reading, this is the same site that agrees with your assessment, Mr Rebel.

I hadn't known this, but I also really disliked that movie.  I recently watched it again and actually paid attention this time because when I first watched it I didn't quite focus on it and thus didn't know why I disliked it.

And the answer is simple: Tony Stark is completely on the wrong side of everything in Iron Man 2.  The Russian guy has a quite legitimate beef with him, the government is actually right in their stance on his technology, and he imposes terribly on his two friends (paltrow and don cheadle).  Now, this can all be okay in a movie when the main character ends up learning his lesson and is redeemed in the end.  In fact, this is almost the exact plot of the first movie!  But Iron Man 2 not only does not give Tony Stark the redeeming moment, it doesn't even acknowledge that he needs one.  Instead all of his selfishness and ignorance is celebrated.  I suspect that Favreau, whom I otherwise enjoy, was the one who took a plot meant to parallel the first movie and completely misinterpreted it into the garbage we got.

/the IM3 trailer looked pretty awesome


You may not have been paying close enough attention, then.  You're quite right about Stark's flaws in IM2, with how he overreacts to Potts and Rhodes, but he makes amends to both by the end of the movie.

The points about Vanko and the government were spot on, though, to a degree.  The government was being stupid, demanding the armor, but they were right to do so.  Vanko, on the other hand, was outrageously furious at Stark for something that happened between their fathers.  If Vanko had shown up at Stark's door, blueprints in hand and demanded an explanation...well...that wouldn't have made a very good movie, now would it.
 
2013-03-05 11:03:20 PM  

Felgraf: Trocadero: The better the movie, the worse the game. The only great movie/great game tandem was Goldeneye.

COUNTER: Scott Pilgrim vs. The World.


Except that movie sucked b/c they absolutely BUTCHERED Scott and Envy Adams. The absolutely best book (book three) was utterly destroyed by trying to cram too much crap into a movie w/ Michael farking Cera. I was pissed.
 
2013-03-05 11:16:48 PM  
img19.imageshack.us
 
2013-03-05 11:26:00 PM  
I threw my bank card at the screen and I put a crack in it. :(

/Sooooooo going to see this.
 
2013-03-05 11:27:02 PM  

John Nash: Mentalpatient87: LeafyGreens: Iron Man 2 wasn't a good movie. I realize the is the same site that lionizes The Dark Knight, but there it is.

Do some reading, this is the same site that agrees with your assessment, Mr Rebel.

I hadn't known this, but I also really disliked that movie.  I recently watched it again and actually paid attention this time because when I first watched it I didn't quite focus on it and thus didn't know why I disliked it.

And the answer is simple: Tony Stark is completely on the wrong side of everything in Iron Man 2.  The Russian guy has a quite legitimate beef with him, the government is actually right in their stance on his technology, and he imposes terribly on his two friends (paltrow and don cheadle).  Now, this can all be okay in a movie when the main character ends up learning his lesson and is redeemed in the end.  In fact, this is almost the exact plot of the first movie!  But Iron Man 2 not only does not give Tony Stark the redeeming moment, it doesn't even acknowledge that he needs one.  Instead all of his selfishness and ignorance is celebrated.  I suspect that Favreau, whom I otherwise enjoy, was the one who took a plot meant to parallel the first movie and completely misinterpreted it into the garbage we got.

/the IM3 trailer looked pretty awesome


Not that I'm trying to imply that they put this kind of forethought into how the characters tie-in to the Avengers, but if Stark in IM2 never really redeems himself, it could explain why Cap is such a hardass towards him.  On top of that, Iron Man ends up having his "redeeming hero" moment by nuking the Chitauri Orphanage.

Honestly, though, I agree with you.  I still like the movie, but those points did kind of bother me.  It almost seemed like the big take-away from Iron Man 2 was "At lease he only blew up his own shiat this time."
 
2013-03-06 12:06:33 AM  

Trocadero: Felgraf: Trocadero: The better the movie, the worse the game. The only great movie/great game tandem was Goldeneye.

COUNTER: Scott Pilgrim vs. The World.

Except that movie sucked b/c they absolutely BUTCHERED Scott and Envy Adams. The absolutely best book (book three) was utterly destroyed by trying to cram too much crap into a movie w/ Michael farking Cera. I was pissed.


Say what you will about Micheal Cera, but keep in mind the screenplay for the movie was written before Book 4 or anything after it were even written, and I'm not sure three was out on shelves, though it was finished. I enjoyed the movie, it was definitely different, but still good. The only complaint I have with it is how close they were to ending up with Scott going with Knives at the end, to the point where that ending is filmed and on the DVD in the extras. You know, after the first chunk of the movie is dedicated to pointing out how being with her makes him a creep, nevermind it ignores what the point of that relationship was.
 
2013-03-06 12:18:09 AM  
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x1lD6gxbpoY

I'll just leave this here...
/RD...J?
 
2013-03-06 12:21:22 AM  

Infernalist: Avengers 2: Thanos storyline, whatever, doesn't matter because it'll be awesome.  Most awesome part of it will be the Hulk going completely mad, perhaps influenced by the Mind Gem or some such, and everyone, EVERYONE getting their asses handed to them in a big way.Of course, after it's all said and done, one of the last scenes of the movie has Stark and Fury and America sitting at a table staring at each other for a minute before Fury goes "Okay, so we found this planet a long way off...And we got this ship designed just for him.."Planet Hulk movie happens(no spoilers there), and then Avengers 3 is basically the World War Hulk storyline, modified to fit the Avengers instead of the Illuminati.


Is that all happening, or just what you want to happen? Because it sure does seem cool.
 
2013-03-06 12:33:07 AM  

Metaluna Mutant: Yeah baby- Bring on MODOK


Fark yeah.  It's March already.  Time for Modok madness.
 
2013-03-06 12:42:11 AM  

Uchiha_Cycliste: Valacirca: Uchiha_Cycliste: And then there was Thor, the movie.

What?  Aside from the awful, shoehorned love plot that no one was buying, Thor was pretty good.  Better than Captain America anyway.

I disagree, I found Iron man much more re-watchable. I deleted Thor after one viewing. The whole story just seemed so stupidly contrived; also the love story.  But, I suppose we are entitled to our opinions.


How do you feel about Thor as a character? As a fan of him in the comics (especially the Simonson run) I thoroughly enjoyed the movie.

Wise_Guy: Surool: You mean like the way I didn't watch the trailer? Why thank you captain obvious! I'm so glad we can all bask in your divine wisdom!

I'm not familiar with that guy.  Marvel or DC?


America's Best
www.gamerdna.com

/Alan Moore frowns on a movie adaptation
 
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