He was portrayed really well, and his presence of a time-displaced man was seen in some of his words and mannerisms. I loved how he dressed like a "grandpa". The quirks worked for him.
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@RogueOracle said:I love Kitty and Peter too, although being with Bobby wouldn't be bad either as long as they really developed this idea and not try to force it on us.
I love Kitty and Pete. But I wouldn't mind her with Bobby. I think they could compliment each other.
True. I hope they do it naturally. I could see them having some humorous banter.
I want the Emma I love back:( I want her to be more Emma. And I'm so over love triangles that poor Scott is surrounded by. Dude's trying hard to keep the freakin race alive, he's failing to notice a fishstick creeping up onto his girl. This love triangle business with Namor be damned.
Growing up watching 90s X-Men will always make me an X-Men gal. I love them.
About the films, the films are awesome and Bryan Singer is a great storyteller, but I find that they aren't the X-Men of the comics, just really, really loose adaptions of the characters. I love the realism but don't like the lack of finesse.
People know the X-Men, but they don't know them individually. Singer focused on too much on Wolverine and not enough about the other characters.
I say they should have started with an origin story, I think X-Men First Class is great, but it's actually not the "first class".
Pretty much. I'm surprised they don't have back problems and aren't irritated by their wedgies.The guys have it bad too. They look like they're on steroids and it often looks way to unattractive. It looks really creepy.