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  • #50119

    BSF34
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    I can’t say it’s any more egregious than Scarlet Johansen begging Mark Ruffalo to bang the hell out of her and him refusing.

    Seriously. :lol: That’s the most unrealistic thing in a movie that has flying human flesh robots. Another part I forgot about: Thor takes a breather by grabbing up Professor Lambueaux to go swimming in a cave so he can get struck by lightning for some reason. Completely blocked that part out.

    I don’t know. Maybe he turns into The Hulk when he gets horny? Is he like Tommy and has never heard of a condom and goes want to get a woman pregnant?

    Wait, what?

    #50120

    Kevin
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    I can’t say it’s any more egregious than Scarlet Johansen begging Mark Ruffalo to bang the hell out of her and him refusing.

    Seriously. :lol: That’s the most unrealistic thing in a movie that has flying human flesh robots. Another part I forgot about: Thor takes a breather by grabbing up Professor Lambueaux to go swimming in a cave so he can get struck by lightning for some reason. Completely blocked that part out.

    I don’t know. Maybe he turns into The Hulk when he gets horny? Is he like Tommy and has never heard of a condom and goes want to get a woman pregnant?

    Her rubbing his hand is what makes him de-Hulk. She also later tells him not to sweat it, she was sterilized as part of assassin training.

    #50121

    Kevin
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    Next step: interfere so much that Snyder resigns.

    Ben Affleck, who is already starring in Justice League as Batman, will now act as an executive producer on Warners’ mega-comic book that is already in production, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed.

    Zack Snyder is directing the movie but the move legitimizes Affleck as a creative voice in the moviemaking process.

    The actor-turned-filmmaker will work with Chris Terrio, his screenwriter from Argo and Batman v. Superman, to fine tune the script and he will also inform the post-production process, according to sources.

    The move comes as BvS has come to the end of its box office run, grossing $864 million worldwide. While that number seems solid on paper, the studio was expecting more. The fan reaction and review also seemed a rejection of the dark tone created by the movie’s filmmaking team.

    That stands in stark contrast to what some observers are calling the “demand of the marketplace,” pointing to Marvel Studios’ Captain America: Civil War, which has generated excellent reviews (it has 91 percent on Rotten Tomatoes) and could crack the top five box office openings of all time.

    It also comes in the shadow of the massive success of Deadpool, Fox’s Marvel-based movie that was raunchy laugh-fest. Audiences appear to prefer a more fun approach to their heroes and that Warners seems to be responding.

    #50125

    Lebron
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    The Nice Guys looks like it has some potential.

    #50140

    Dan
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    I can’t say it’s any more egregious than Scarlet Johansen begging Mark Ruffalo to bang the hell out of her and him refusing.

    Seriously. :lol: That’s the most unrealistic thing in a movie that has flying human flesh robots. Another part I forgot about: Thor takes a breather by grabbing up Professor Lambueaux to go swimming in a cave so he can get struck by lightning for some reason. Completely blocked that part out.

    That part was completely nonsensical in the movie.  They cut out some scenes that explained it better apparently.

    #50143

    Tommyfw
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    I can’t say it’s any more egregious than Scarlet Johansen begging Mark Ruffalo to bang the hell out of her and him refusing.

    Seriously. :lol: That’s the most unrealistic thing in a movie that has flying human flesh robots. Another part I forgot about: Thor takes a breather by grabbing up Professor Lambueaux to go swimming in a cave so he can get struck by lightning for some reason. Completely blocked that part out.

    I don’t know. Maybe he turns into The Hulk when he gets horny? Is he like Tommy and has never heard of a condom and goes want to get a woman pregnant?

    Ruffalo knows that Captain Calm Eyes gave her herpes.  He has Google and is a doctor and scientist.   :lol:

    Personally, I would knock that broad up and then drive to the CVS and get some Valtrex.

    Just got home from the movie.  It was a really good time.

    #50146

    Doncabesa
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    I can’t say it’s any more egregious than Scarlet Johansen begging Mark Ruffalo to bang the hell out of her and him refusing.

    Seriously. :lol: That’s the most unrealistic thing in a movie that has flying human flesh robots. Another part I forgot about: Thor takes a breather by grabbing up Professor Lambueaux to go swimming in a cave so he can get struck by lightning for some reason. Completely blocked that part out.

    That scene being forced in by Marvel is party of why Whedon left the franchise.  Constantly making him add in things for future movies.

    #50147

    Danny Duberstein
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    I can’t say it’s any more egregious than Scarlet Johansen begging Mark Ruffalo to bang the hell out of her and him refusing.

    Seriously. :lol: That’s the most unrealistic thing in a movie that has flying human flesh robots. Another part I forgot about: Thor takes a breather by grabbing up Professor Lambueaux to go swimming in a cave so he can get struck by lightning for some reason. Completely blocked that part out.

    That scene being forced in by Marvel is party of why Whedon left the franchise. Constantly making him add in things for future movies.

    Whatever, that was a marriage that was always going to end in divorce.  Marvel wants to develop it’s directors, they don’t want established talent.

    #50150

    Kevin
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    No more Sad Affleck!

    He should wear an ugly red hat that says “Make DC Movies Great Again”.

    #50151

    Kevin
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    Wish I could photoshop.

    #50156

    Miserable Fellow
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    I’m guessing that babysitting Zach Snyder wasn’t the career path that people on this board were envisioning when some declared Ben Affleck the greatest director of his generation after Argo. :lol:

    #50157

    Kevin
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    Can’t get the size right! :lol:

    #50163

    Kevin
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    Try one when he’s already wearing a hat. :lol:

    #50168

    Fred West Lynn
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    I was never a comic book guy and only enjoy the movies marginally but a Stan Lee cameo is that troublesome? He only created the whole fucking thing, it’s not like they throw him a major part. Like Hitchcock in his movies. Bucky Barnes has to be the worst name ever. Reminds me of the ship in Jake and the Neverland Pirates.

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    Point of Order: It can be argued (and often is) that Jack Kirby was the major creative force in that team. No question that Kirby and Joe Simon created Captain America. Stan’s dialog – especially on Spider-Man – was a major attraction, but if you look at the ’80s output, Kirby without Lee is far, far superior to Lee without Kirby. Jeez, DC is still milking Darkseid, a purely Kirby creation.

    #50170

    Fred West Lynn
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    BTW, saw Civil War today (as did so many). Very impressed at how the Russos created space for each of the overflowing number of cast members. Very amused by The Vision’s casual wardrobe. Their Spider-Man was the closest to the first couple of years of the comic than have appeared in any film so far.

     

    No spoilers, but I’d highly recommend it.

    #50181

    BSF34
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    BTW, saw Civil War today (as did so many). Very impressed at how the Russos created space for each of the overflowing number of cast members. Very amused by The Vision’s casual wardrobe. Their Spider-Man was the closest to the first couple of years of the comic than have appeared in any film so far. No spoilers, but I’d highly recommend it.

    I’m seeing it tonight.

    Wait, what?

    #50182

    andrew
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    Saw Green Room last Sunday. I liked it but it isn’t as good as Blue Ruin, the director’s previous movie. I’d still recommend it, but as a matinee.

    #50184

    Dan
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    BTW, saw Civil War today (as did so many). Very impressed at how the Russos created space for each of the overflowing number of cast members. Very amused by The Vision’s casual wardrobe. Their Spider-Man was the closest to the first couple of years of the comic than have appeared in any film so far. No spoilers, but I’d highly recommend it.

    I’m seeing it tonight.

    Seeing it with my son and my dad later this afternoon.  The boy is really excited for Spider-Man.

    #50189

    Kevin
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    BTW, saw Civil War today (as did so many). Very impressed at how the Russos created space for each of the overflowing number of cast members. Very amused by The Vision’s casual wardrobe. Their Spider-Man was the closest to the first couple of years of the comic than have appeared in any film so far. No spoilers, but I’d highly recommend it.

    I’m seeing it tonight.

    Seeing it with my son and my dad later this afternoon. The boy is really excited for Spider-Man.

    Just got out. Spider-Man is amazing.

    And strangely, so is Ant-Man.

    #50190

    Doncabesa
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    BTW, saw Civil War today (as did so many). Very impressed at how the Russos created space for each of the overflowing number of cast members. Very amused by The Vision’s casual wardrobe. Their Spider-Man was the closest to the first couple of years of the comic than have appeared in any film so far. No spoilers, but I’d highly recommend it.

    I’m seeing it tonight.

    Seeing it with my son and my dad later this afternoon. The boy is really excited for Spider-Man.

    Just got out. Spider-Man is amazing. And strangely, so is Ant-Man.

    My brother said last night that Ant-Man was his favorite part.  Can’t wait to see it in a few hours.

    #50199

    Danny Duberstein
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    That was all the origin Spider Man needs. Go from there.

    It makes me think I should see ant man.

    #50200

    BSF34
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    That was all the origin Spider Man needs. Go from there. It makes me think I should see ant man.

    You should it’s a very good movie.

    Wait, what?

    #50216

    Kevin
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    That was all the origin Spider Man needs. Go from there. It makes me think I should see ant man.

    You should it’s a very good movie.

    It’s currently On Demand on one of the pay channels.

    #50227

    Dan
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    BTW, saw Civil War today (as did so many). Very impressed at how the Russos created space for each of the overflowing number of cast members. Very amused by The Vision’s casual wardrobe. Their Spider-Man was the closest to the first couple of years of the comic than have appeared in any film so far. No spoilers, but I’d highly recommend it.

    I’m seeing it tonight.

    Seeing it with my son and my dad later this afternoon. The boy is really excited for Spider-Man.

    Just got out. Spider-Man is amazing. And strangely, so is Ant-Man.

    Agreed.  Spider Man and Ant Man were the best parts of the movie.  Downey has great chemistry with the kid and Tomei. Easy to see why he agreed to be in the Spider Man movie. I liked the intro of Black Panther as well.  He was pretty badass for a character I never really followed too much from the comics.

    The scene with Falcon and Bucky in the VW watching Steve and Sharon killed in the theater.

    #50239

    Danny Duberstein
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    Black Panther was awesome.  I think he’s getting his own movie.

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