FearTheLiving's forum posts
New Vegas. It's more of a sequel to the previous Fallouts than 3, had tons of depth to the quests and dialogue, the writing was overall better (without roping you into set choices), and the DLC was better. Fallout 3 was good, but it just shoehorned a lot of stuff from the Fallout lore with very minor reasoning. Also they force you into the role of a 19 year old which was a bit off putting, for most games it's fine but an open world RPG like Fallout I didn't care for it.
So it's an easy choice to make.
I really enjoyed the movie, and even the twist isn't an open shut case it really never goes into it. Only thing that was really said about the twist was that their think tank created the Mandarin actor there could very well be another Mandarin they based him off of. Even if that's not the case it's not the end of the world still a lot of villains to go through the movie verse. As for best IM movie? I still think the first outshines it probably for nostalgia reasons, but better than two which I still enjoyed a lot.
Raven or Wolf.
Raven - Being able to fly is pretty awesome and Ravens are my favorite birds so it's pretty much a given.
Wolf - Having keen senses and also being my favorite mammal only 2nd to a fox, but seeing as a wolf is a lot more intimidating I'd rather change into that.
I'd love to experience something amazing such as a ghost or alien sighting, but sadly I can't really say I have.
The closest thing I've seen is I woke up late in the night to see something kind of float by me however I chalked it up to being tired and most likely a piece of hair or something from my dogs.
However there was a time my dog was barking like crazy into another room while I was sitting in mine. So I got up to look and saw nothing. So I went into the room and called for my dog who wouldn't enter past the point she was barking at. So I picked her up and started walking to the room she spazzed out jumped from my arms and ran down the hall.
That's about it.
He for sure shouldn't be an Avenger, but definetly be a part of the MCU. Referencing Iron Man, Hulk, Thor, ect, but sticking to his own stories. All I can say is the future is "looking" bright for Daredevil add in that they also got Punisher and Blade rights as well and we got ourselves some good street level characters.
I loved Iron Man as both a movie and the start of a beautiful movement with MCU. I do really like IM2 as well and I'm not sure why it gets the reputation it does, around here. Then again I've quite enjoyed all of the MCU movies which also get tons of flack from the crowd here.
All I know is I'm really looking forward to IM3.
X-Men's film rights are owned by Fox and Spider-man's film rights are owned by Sony. The Avengers and all the Marvel Cinematic Universe stuff (Iron Man, Iron Man 2, Thor, The Incredible Hulk, Captain America: The First Avenger) film rights are owned by Marvel Studios/Disney.
The only way we'll see those characters in the MCU is if Sony or Fox makes a deal with Disney or the rights get reverted back. Both are highly unlikely. Sony and Fox will milk the franchises dry before reverting and the deal being the more plausible option has a lot of money involved. As much as Disney wants those characters back I don't really see them giving up huge sums of cash so that they could make an appearance since they are producing (arguably) better quality movies than both those companies.
Just my opinion of course. Though I really hope there would be no deal as personally I'm not a fan of Sony's new Spider-man nor Fox's X-Men (super apparent after Origins, 3, and them trying to fix all of it with FC2)