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#1 Posted by Loki2u (275 posts) - - Show Bio

I watched DoFP and First Class, but wasn't too crazy about them. I only watched the very first x-men movie before that. Haven't watched any of the sequels, origins or the latest Wolverine. I had enough of Woverine, so didn't bother wasting money on it.

I might watch Apocolypse (doubtful), but I certainly am not counting down the days until it comes out, and unlike the author of this article, DoFP wasn't enough to renew my interest dramatically. But that's just me.

I'm not much of an X-Men fan anyways, the comics are usually just a bunch of talking heads with too many crossovers to keep track of.

As for the movies? I can take them or leave them.

#2 Posted by Loki2u (275 posts) - - Show Bio

I knew I would regret clicking on this video.

#3 Posted by Loki2u (275 posts) - - Show Bio

Don't think I'll be checking this movie out, doesn't interest me at all. I'm not that familiar with Ant-Man and I can't help but wonder if the bubble is going to burst on all these super-hero movies in the next few years when they lean towards more obscure characters to try and cash in on the hype.

Great for comic fans in general, but will the average movie-goer still be interested? I guess only time will tell.

#4 Posted by Loki2u (275 posts) - - Show Bio


Hey dude....can you remove me from the notifications for this thread please?

Thanks man

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#6 Edited by Loki2u (275 posts) - - Show Bio

I really wish I could get into this show like I've gotten into Flash and Arrow but something about it just keeps me away and continues to do so. Also, can they pronounce Falcone correctly?? I haven't watched the show after the first couple of episodes, but Falcone is italian for falcon, which hunt bats. Symbolic, yes? Listen to the Italian pronunciation. They're leaving out the last E.

Maybe this has been explained and I missed it or it has been fixed.

This bothers me as well, and while they don't explain it on the show.....I'm wondering if they do so that the audience doesn't get his name mixed up with the other crime boss Maroni.?

My theory anyways.

#7 Posted by Loki2u (275 posts) - - Show Bio

1. Gotham- If I had to choose only one to watch each week.....this would be it. Just love the Batman mythos so much which is why it keeps me interested, and its something different that hasn't really been done before. Constantine gets a VERY close second, and hope it doesn't get cancelled.

2. TMNT- Its the only animated show I've seen out of the options listed so it gets my vote, but it is surprisingly good!

3. John Constantine- Amazing character representation, and hope he gets more love than the polls indicate so far. I hope they use him for the JLD movie whether the show gets cancelled or not!


#8 Posted by Loki2u (275 posts) - - Show Bio

Papa Midnight! Love this dude!

#9 Posted by Loki2u (275 posts) - - Show Bio

@abdullahzubair said:

Not racist or anything, but her complexion is too dark compared to comic Amanda Waller


you sure sound racist though thats for sure... i guess will smith and the guy playing aquaman are too dark ,,,was falcon too dark in the last cap movie?...was don cheadle too dark to be war machine?.... let us know your NON racist views on skin complexion and comicbook movies we're all dying to know . TELL US YOU RACIST PIECE OF CRAP....TELL US NOW THAT YOU'RE NOT RACIST! WAS OPRAH THE RIGHT COMPLEXION???? WAS OCTAVIA SPENCER THE RIGHT COMPLEXION <<<TELL US WHO IS THE RIGHT COMPLEXION TO PLAY AMANDA WALLER ????abdullahzubair NOT A RACIST >>>OK YEAH RIGHT

Wow, nerd rage!

Gimme a break-Discussing the complexion and tone of someones' skin regarding casting for a part is not racism.

#10 Posted by Loki2u (275 posts) - - Show Bio

Best Hero: HAIL CAESAR!!! Cap was incredibly close but I simply cannot deny how incredibly awesome Caesar is

Best Villain: Koba. I loved Winter Soldier but I didn't really see him as the villain per say. Magneto probably would have gotten my vote because he was incredibly menacing but I have to go with Koba. Koba was an extremely complex character and was ALMOST as compelling as Caesar was! He even felt pretty justified which usually helps make a villain great. At the same time though, I hated his guts. Probably one of the most compelling villains in recent memory.

Best Supporting Character: Falcon. LEGO Movie Batman was extremely close but I was so shocked with how badass Falcon was! He could have easily been a throwaway character but he ended up being incredibly memorable.

BTW, if you can't tell, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes was my favorite movie of this year (which is saying a lot since it wasn't a superhero movie) and had two of the most incredibly compelling characters and they weren't even human.

Agreed 100%

Thank you for writing this....now I don't have to type it all out myself!