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#1 Posted by Spectacular_Iceman (78 posts) - - Show Bio

@saintwildcard: haha, never used/heard that in this particular context, but I'll except it.

#2 Edited by Spectacular_Iceman (78 posts) - - Show Bio

In BvS and future Justice League films? I know, as I said, it's a nitpick. But personally I know I'll be bothered when I see Batman, especially not as the leader, standing taller. Heck I believe even Jason Momoa towers over Henry Cavill and maybe Ben Affleck too. Ray Fisher is a tad taller than Henry or just as.

Same nitpick with Marvel films too unfortunately. For Cap I'm used to seeing say Thor or Hulk towering over him, but I hate seeing Iron Man (the armor not Tony/RDJ) do so. Looks odd, especially as the leader/one of the Big Two. They've always or mostly been drawn roughly the same height.

Anyone else the same? Just me (probably, maybe)?

#3 Posted by Spectacular_Iceman (78 posts) - - Show Bio

Civil War's established cast gives it an edge, but that's not saying I'm not going to give the BvS crew a chance. Just more invested in CW's.

Won't lie though, not a fan of Eisenberg as Lex and Gal isn't as great an actress as people keep telling me to wait and see for (I will wait and see, but people keep telling me it's comparable to RDJ and Ledger - it's not. They had much more impressive work beforehand).

#4 Posted by Spectacular_Iceman (78 posts) - - Show Bio

Right now I'd say Civil War. Very excited for BvS, but I really love Evans' Cap and his journey so far, so I'm more eager to see how that continues or ends rather than an introduction/new story.

#5 Posted by Spectacular_Iceman (78 posts) - - Show Bio

^One of the trademark DC fan responses.

Among my favorites is "Marvel is for children. DC is for grown ups like me!"

Or Marvel fans articulate sentences "mos sucked and also because yeah and also..."

#6 Posted by Spectacular_Iceman (78 posts) - - Show Bio

I like Jesus but he's been so "Daryl" for awhile. It's like we know he's a badass. He didnt have to take out all those Whisperers to prove it or anything else. We. Get. It.

#7 Edited by Spectacular_Iceman (78 posts) - - Show Bio

I've always found even the littlest mentions of Captain America or The Avengers by Cyclops very interesting. How do the X-Men view the rest of the superhero community? How do they get along, especially Cyke/Xavier with other leaders? Do they get along with some of the big heroes?

#8 Edited by Spectacular_Iceman (78 posts) - - Show Bio

MoS had many flaws. It's OK to like the film, hell I enjoy it, but people shutting down others for pointing out potential flaws are clouded by the fact that the film has been described as 'dark' since it first became an idea. Dark, unfortunately, = superior/one above all. MoS was a pure example that that is not the case.

Same goes for those same people hating on Avengers. Fun/not dark = crap.

#9 Edited by Spectacular_Iceman (78 posts) - - Show Bio

Andrew Garfield sucks as Spider-Man. I cringed every word that came out of his mouth when the mask was down. I think Garfield has a unique sense of humor, but it just does NOT go with Spider-Man.

He's still great as Peter Parker though.

#10 Posted by Spectacular_Iceman (78 posts) - - Show Bio

This film was a disaster MY GOD, I blame Jamie Foxx for most of the beginning. The score was also terrible and distracting (especially during the Times Square scene).