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(Bleeding Cool)   Fox to attempt the destruction of two comic book franchises in the same movie   (bleedingcool.com) divider line 11
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Skr
2013-12-31 04:36:28 AM
4 votes:
Evans was a decent enough Human Torch in those piss poor movies, though he makes a much better Captain America.
2013-12-31 11:24:37 AM
2 votes:

bdub77: I'd like to pretend X3 never happened.


Only thing good about that movie was Kelsey Grammer as Beast.

bdub77: FF was never good, and yes, I blame Jessica Alba.


Only thing good about that movie was Jessica Alba's ass.
2013-12-31 08:24:06 AM
2 votes:

Milo Minderbinder: Wow, what a novel idea; a movie based on a comic book.

Here's an even better idea: how about movies for adults?




Anyone who says comics are for kids has not read one in decades.
2013-12-30 11:49:05 PM
2 votes:
UPDATE: The Motley Fool have retracted their story
2013-12-31 12:14:29 PM
1 votes:

soporific: yves0010: I knew what you meant. But they have a work around ready and set for use as a just in case they really want to force X3 into the cannon of Days of Future Past. And I am not really happy with the new movie. Its going to be another Wolverine and some other mutants movie. Wish they just sent Kitty back in time like they did in the comics.

I would love it if somehow Days of Future Past erased X3 from the canon. It's a time travel movie, so why not change that entirely? Most of us will be perfectly happy for the official canon to match what we already feel about that movie anyway.

As for using Kitty over Wolverine, what are you nuts? This movie is not only a sequel to First Class, it's a chance for the original trilogy to redeem itself. You don't give a job like that to Kitty. You bring in the biggest gun you have, and that's Wolverine. This is one of those times when you DON'T want to stay true to the book. Next you'll probably complain that Wolverine isn't wearing yellow spandex.

coeyagi: What you believe and reality are two different things.

The Wolverine acknowledges Last Stand and leads into Days of Future Past.

And then Wolverine goes back in time to change history, meaning that in the new timeline, Last Stand never happened. You don't think a character haunted by the ghost of the woman he killed will try anything to change that event? The chance to change that history might be what finally convinces Logan to do it.


Dont mind the yellow spandex costume missing. But I am tired of Wolverine as much as I am sick of Batman. I feel they are way to overused. I feel X-Men should be about the group... what it became was Wolverine with some of the other X-Men as secondaries. I just want another mutant in the foreground who can do what Wolverine is doing in this movie. Give Wolverine a rest. He is over marketed already.
2013-12-31 12:09:34 PM
1 votes:

Milo Minderbinder: Wow, what a novel idea; a movie based on a comic book.

Here's an even better idea: how about movies for adults?


They have those. Porn
2013-12-31 11:57:57 AM
1 votes:

Milo Minderbinder: Wow, what a novel idea; a movie based on a comic book.

Here's an even better idea: how about movies for adults?


If they ever come out with an adult movie where the wife, husband, kids, and dog live to the end, then you'd have a point.  Or maybe, instead of an "overcoming all odds and wins/learns in the end", how about a non-wacky "gets crushed by overwhelming odds and gets on with a mediocre, boring life."  Until then, screw the forced-emotion tearjerking wankery of "adult" movies.
2013-12-31 10:21:03 AM
1 votes:

Milo Minderbinder: Wow, what a novel idea; a movie based on a comic book.

Here's an even better idea: how about movies for adults?


Ok, you heard our lord and master.  We are not allowed to enjoy anything except what he deems appropriate.  He is the ultimate arbiter of what constitutes acceptable entertainment.  The rest of you will cease to enjoy comic book movies immediately.
2013-12-31 09:59:59 AM
1 votes:
Those Fantastic 4 movies were the worst attempts at comic book movies I've ever seen.  Even Daredevil was better.  I'm pretty sure the second movie wasn't even a real movie - I think it was just a collection of scenes that were shot to round out a trilogy that were hastily stitched together at the last second when funding was pulled.  Dr. Doom reappears with no explanation or reason, they immediately start trusting him (???), the main villain has about four seconds of screen-time in which he (1) does nothing, and (2) is immediately destroyed, and the movie is book-ended with zany antics and wedding schmoozery.  It all comes off as 20% of two movies that was glued together with packing-peanuts to make one movie-length piece of garbage.
2013-12-31 08:57:16 AM
1 votes:
I'm sorry defenders of X-3 it was a terrible movie. From deciding to hire Brett Farking Ratner to bungling the Dark Pheonix story to bungling "The Cure" story it was terrible from top to bottom. You casually kill major characters while introducing Collosus and Shadowcat and then do nothing with them. I could easily wall of text everything that was wrong with that movie.
2013-12-31 07:58:19 AM
1 votes:

Milo Minderbinder: Wow, what a novel idea; a movie based on a comic book.

Here's an even better idea: how about movies for adults?


Oh look, it's that guy.
 
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