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Very nicely done!!!!
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You're very welcome!!  I'm glad you like it!!!!
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Did you draw this?  Its awesome!!  Just to toy with it, I inserted the comic book font and speech bubbles. 
 
I hope you don't mind. 

 
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Wow!  That's an awesome costume on a beautiful lady!!!
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Well, many people have called me insane before, but I still disagree, lol!  I just felt so disappointed with this movie.  There wasn't much action at all.  It was more of a drama than action, mystery, or even suspense.  The only real good thing about it was Willis' acting.  Real life?  Now you're the one who should maybe get a checkup!  Real life superheroes???  What'd going on here?!?!  No way is that real life!!  Why do you say that?
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I respectfully disagree with ya, friend.  I DO agree that its not a bad story, and Bruce Willis is a phenomenal actor in his movies, and this is certainly no exception.  However, I feel like this movie is just about the fighting, sort of.  Its about a superhero who hasn't recognized it, and a comic guru sees it and wants to prove that he's the hero he denies being.  He's so determined to prove it that he obviously, derails the train, and in the end, we soo that he was right all along.  What I really disagree with (unless I misunderstood you) is that this is something that is nearly real and could happen in real life.  This is a story about a man with superpowers.  I'm not sure how that could be anywhere close to real, but that's just my opinion.  I think they could've acknowledged Willis as the hero MUCH earlier in the film and we could've seen him do so much more as the hero.  I compare this to the movie the Incredibles.  Now granted, we knew right off the bat that they were heroes, but they didn't have to do that.  They could've started the movie out not knowing they were heroes.  But with how they did the movie, they all stopped using their power as heroes for a little while, and we still saw PLENTY of action with all their powers later in the movie, separately and combined.  So the good acting and okay storyline give this movie a few points, but not enough to make it a memorable film by any stretch.  I give this one 4 out of 10 points.
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Nah, too easy for her!
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Apparently not.  It wasn't enough when he got the cosmic cube, the infinity gauntlet, or the Heart of the Universe.  WHEN'S IT EVER GONNA BE ENOUGH?!?!?!  I fear the world will never know.
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Me neither, til I saw this.
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