it's pretty incredible that ryan reynolds still has the fans support. i mean really, it's REALLY similar to ben affleck trying daredevil again.
"However, the direction was so far off it was unrecognizable, which can work if it really adds something to the movie or character, but it felt more like it stripped down the character, and frankly, it felt like those involved with making the film were trying way too hard to make something "cool," and when that happens, it always undoubtedly uncool."
i agree, and i remember this movie starting really great and actually loving it, then just wondering what happened and why it got SO bad. still, to this day, i think it's the only modern super hero film i felt had pretty much no redeeming qualities at all.
favorite scene is still stryker typing in "de... cap... it... tate...." and then deadpool trying to slice logans head off.
Anyone notice some continuity issues with Secret Wars? 616 Spider-Man is in Ultimate End and on the raft in the regular Secret Wars series, what's up with that? I think there's a few other characters overlapping like that. And, to be clear, they've specified in both books that's it is the 616 Peter.
And everyone in the battleworld domains doesn't know what happened before Doom and Battleword, but the characters in Ultimate End know what happened and are trying to figure it out?
Am I reading something wrong or is Marvel just getting sloppy?
Did anyone realize that Ant Man Yellowjack at the end of the film?
Not a big deal, really, but killing is always seen as so "bad" in Marvel, I thought it was interesting that no one even brought up that Scott killed him by sending him to the micro verse. No one questions him or asks about it.