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Scrappylive

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« Reply #40 on: 03-19-2012 04:59 »
« Last Edit on: 03-19-2012 05:00 »

The Adventures of Tintin

I rented The Adventures of Tintin over the weekend from Redbox. It was a fun adventure. The graphics were superb and very well done while still maintaining that classic comic/cartoon feel. The characters were all a little exaggerated but, again, very well done. Overall, it was a great mixture of action, adventure, suspense, and humor.

Plus, the main character was a red-haired boy whose hair spiked upward above his forehead. wink

8/10


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Scrappylive

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« Reply #41 on: 03-22-2012 20:20 »

Bump/New Movie Review

The Muppets

Last night, I rented The Muppets (2011 film) from Redbox. I wasn't sure what to expect, since I hadn't seen anything from the franchise since I was but a wee lad, but it was definitely a treat to watch. The movie itself is a little campy and full of breakings of the fourth wall (which I thought were mostly hilarious) - but they pull it off and make it work quite well. The humor is varied and plentiful. This movie reignited my love for The Muppets, especially Kermit. smile I definitely recommend watching it.

9.5/10

Ma Nah Ma Nah
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« Reply #42 on: 03-24-2012 01:16 »

The Hunger Games

Haven't read the books and wasn't planning on seeing this movie at all, but me and 2 other friends went and saw it anyway (one of them has read all 3 books, the other has only read the first one). It was pretty awesome, I was expecting it to be lame but came out pretty surprised, I enjoyed it quite a lot. So yeah, go see it....

8/10
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« Reply #43 on: 03-24-2012 01:33 »

I just got the book an hour ago. I'm gonna speed read and see the movie in a few weeks.
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« Reply #44 on: 03-25-2012 04:32 »

A few weeks is speed reading?
Solid Gold Bender

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« Reply #45 on: 03-25-2012 05:24 »

Well, I can finish it in a week and I'll want to space it out a bit so i won't be outraged by the differences between the movie and the book.
hobbitboy

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« Reply #46 on: 03-25-2012 12:47 »

Well, The Lorax finally arrived here and I thought it was pretty good, not 'great' but better than just 'okay'. I particularly liked the How Bad Can I Be? song.

Grade: B

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« Reply #47 on: 03-25-2012 16:22 »

Project Nim

A documentary told largely through talking heads - very much like the director's better-known work Man on Wire. I was hoping for an intelligent and insightful insight into the fascinating ramifications of the very idea of successfully teaching a chimpanzee to speak English through the medium of sign-language. Sadly, this is more of a War Horse-esque celebration of animals - although, in this case it sort of works because it isn't implying that a chimp's life should be our priority over that of a human's.

It's a compelling story with a (I suspect, unintentional) comedic edge due to the "scientists" all basically being drugged up hippies from the 70s that decided to get a pet chimp whilst under the influence of various narcoticis and if you're less cynical than me, you could probably get quite emotionally invested in the story of little Nim as he's banded about from owner to owner - but it's a film that favours human attachment over science so it fell at the first hurdle as far as I'm concerned. Not bad though, not bad at all.

7/10


Go

Very much of the time in which it was made - it's very clear that Pulp Fiction had just come out, for instance - but a decent effort for what it is. Whilst I love the concept of one story told through a series of smaller, inter-connecting stories following different characters, it's hardly done to its best potential here - mostly because the stories feel largely separate to each other until they meet up at the end as opposed to more cleverly intertwined.

Still, it's good stuff which features a strong cast of mostly new faces at the time and constantly engages - although it does run a little long for its own good. Still, as far as 90s movies about drugs go, you could do a lot worse.

7/10


Green Card

A generic rom-com concept leads to an incredibly bland and generic rom-com. A fantastic cast or a surprisingly hilarious script might have sold the premise in which two people fake a marriage to get a green card and then fall in love, but as it stands, it's like a checklist of rom-cliches. In fact, one more and I might have thought it was intended as a post-modern attack on the genre.

Its unambitious and cheap-looking nature certainly don't do it any favours, either. It's just rather limp without being offensively bad. So I mean... it just sort of exists. I wouldn't recommend it, but it's not bad enough to tell you not to watch it either.

5/10


My Date with Drew

A hugely inspirational piece of work. It never takes itself seriously enough to be creepy, and so you're just left with a humourless riff on celebrity culture that ends in a hugely uplifting way - at least for anybody with aspirations to work in the film industry. This guy went out and made a film on next to nothing - and not only does it work (remarkable on that kind of money) but its genuinely very entertaining.

Highly recommended for aspiring film-y types or fans of documentaries in general.

7/10


Eagle vs Shark

A film worthy of praise purely for its unique sense of humour. At times, I felt dirty for enjoying its hipster sensabilities - but it was undeniably charming and had its moments.

It's certainly helped along my a likable pair of leads in its cast - and I suppose the way that everything is funnier when it's said in a New Zealand accent.

7/10
hobbitboy

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« Reply #48 on: 04-06-2012 12:20 »

The Pirates! Band of Misfits
aka The Pirates! In an Adventure with Scientists

Having given The Lorax a B I'll have to give this movie a B–.

It wasn't bad, or even just average, but it didn't have that something special which (most of) the other Aardman films have had. I can't pinpoint any one aspect of the movie as being below par but I kept waiting for the film to really get going and it never quite did.

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« Reply #49 on: 04-14-2012 11:32 »

The Cabin in the woods

Screen 13 on friday the 13th, it is like they almost planned it...which they almost certainly did.  The point is it is easier for me to ramble on about which screen I watched the film was in, than actually reviewing the film beacuse any slightly in depth review would be a whole page of spoilers.

So I am going to go for a spoiler free version.  I loved this film, it was a lot of fun and I highly recomend it.  My best advise is to go into the film without reading up on it first, it makes it far more enjoyable.

A

addendum: Fran Kranz rules preety much every sceen he is in.
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« Reply #50 on: 04-19-2012 16:54 »

21 Jump Street
I saw this some weeks ago, quite a few funny bits, like the gasoline trucks and gas tanks refusing to dramatically explode in the car chase... then suddenly, a farmers pickup with chickens in the back and KABLAMMO!
Good for a chuckle.
C+

Sherlock Holmes: Game of Shadows
Moriarty: Good
Stephen Fry as Mycroft: Good
Action scenes: Good
Downey Jr. and Law as bros: Good

Noomi Rapace as a gypsy: Kinda meh, underused

Ramping shots: Bad, Ritchie and Zack Snyder need to cut this shit out
B
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« Reply #51 on: 04-27-2012 10:34 »
« Last Edit on: 04-28-2012 00:49 »

*bump*
Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol
Kinda forgettable, there's a sexy girl fight in the Burj Khalifa (between Paula Patton and Léa Seydoux, mmmm cleavagey) and then a cool chase in a sandstorm towards the end, but the bad guys are all clichéd Russian types from the cold war.
Not terrible, ok popcorn movie.
C-

The Avengers
A much better popcorn movie, I think I prefer Mark Ruffalo as Bruce Banner now, hopefully we'll see him and Stark work together some more
The flying stealth aircraft carrier was a bit over the top though, obvious weakness is keeping the flippin' thing in the air.
Chitauri were a bit generic, even with their flying super slugs (were they just supposed to ruin shit by grazing against everything?)
Whedon has pulled it off though, an enjoyable romp.
Thorsuckerpunch!
Scarjos Perfect Buns/10
ShepherdofShark

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« Reply #52 on: 04-28-2012 22:33 »
« Last Edit on: 04-28-2012 22:35 »

Am I the only person who thinks 2003 Hulk is totally superior to 2008 Hulk?

Edit: this post was a non sequitur; nothing to do with the above post about the Avenegers movie which I have not seen (yet).
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« Reply #53 on: 04-28-2012 23:00 »

Am I the only person who thinks 2003 Hulk is totally superior to 2008 Hulk?

The 2003 Hulk is deffo more memorable. big grin
Beanoz4

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« Reply #54 on: 04-28-2012 23:16 »

The Avengers
One of my new favorite movies and if you haven't seen the other Avenger movies you haven't missed much..
10/10
ShepherdofShark

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« Reply #55 on: 04-28-2012 23:35 »

Am I the only person who thinks 2003 Hulk is totally superior to 2008 Hulk?

The 2003 Hulk is deffo more memorable. big grin

To clarify, I actually was just referring to the visualisation of the Hulk and also the characterisation. Both films are great but 2003 Hulk just looks better and acts more like I expect the Hulk to act.
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« Reply #56 on: 04-28-2012 23:55 »

Chronicle
I liked it, it seemed to be a bit predictable though, having seen the trailers of course
Some found footage of some kids who gain telekinesis super powers, one of them is kind of a loser outcast type and turns to the dark side, havoc ensues.
Good for a watch.
B

Both of the Hulk movies seemed very similar, you have your Banner, hot girlfriend, douchebag antagonist, douchebag father of hot girlfriend, HULK SMASH!
But that's the material I guess.
Professor Zoidy

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« Reply #57 on: 04-29-2012 00:16 »
« Last Edit on: 04-29-2012 00:18 »

Ordinary People

From 1980, Robert Redford directed it, yeah. I had to watch this for my college course and I gotta say it was pretty intense. I thought all the actors/actresses in the film did a great job of really bringing this film to life. Timothy Hutton really seems like he's messed up, Mary Tyler Moore easily comes off as a cold-hearted and distant bitch (or detached from reality if you understand why she acts like she does). MTM actually used her own self as guidance for her performance so it's no wonder her character had so much power and reality. Would I have chosen to watch this had it not been assigned? Probably not. Was it good? Yes. The ending was sort of bollocks though. I wanted to see


Would I recommend this to someone who is emotionally weak? Perhaps not because there are some really intense moments that make you almost feel like you are part of the movie. If you don't wish to possibly end up in a mess of tears, don't watch this one.

90/100 psychiatrists approve
ShepherdofShark

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« Reply #58 on: 04-29-2012 00:21 »

Both of the Hulk movies seemed very similar, you have your Banner, hot girlfriend, douchebag antagonist, douchebag father of hot girlfriend, HULK SMASH!
But that's the material I guess.

The "douchebag antagonist" in 2003 had a more personal connection. And Hulk didn't just smash back then; he looked at some lichen, then smashed.
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« Reply #59 on: 04-29-2012 02:56 »

I much prefer what they've done with Hulk in the Avengers Assemble Movie.

Which brings me to

Avenger's Assemble

Fucking awesome. Not much more needs to be said. They took my expectations, exceeded them, and created one of my new favourite movies.

Best bits:


And a whole bunch of others that I can't even think of. It's full of brilliant little one liners that don't actually seem forced, which is perfect.

However...


That is all.

A+++++
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« Reply #60 on: 04-29-2012 03:26 »
« Last Edit on: 04-29-2012 20:59 »

Because Joss Whedon likes to stab beloved characters.
He's a bastard coated bastard with a bastard filling.

The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo (2011)
Very well done and all, but I think a needless remake of the Swedish version which was fine!
Although I will say Rooney Mara captured Lisbeth Salander just as well as Noomi Rapace.
Good performances by the rest too.
I think they changed the relationship with Mikael and Lisbeth at the end though, if I remember correctly.
B+
ShepherdofShark

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« Reply #61 on: 04-29-2012 21:57 »

My sparklee and I have been on a catch up mission, since she's declared that she needs to see the Avengers with me. So recently we've watched Thor, Captain America and the 2008 Hulk.

If you're going to pick a loser out of those three, then it has to be Hulk. And a winner? Then Thor - hands down!

We just need to watch the two Lion Man movies and we're set.
Spacedal11

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« Reply #62 on: 04-29-2012 22:02 »

The fact that Thor was stuck on a dutch angle knocked it down a few thousand points for me alone. Secondly Natalie Portman's character was a moron. Although come to think of it all the human characters were pointless. I definitely agree with the notion that Thor felt like a pilot for a TV show and not an actual movie. Captain America was so much better.
ShepherdofShark

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« Reply #63 on: 04-29-2012 22:09 »

Care to explain to me what a 'dutch angle' means? Cause apart from that your post makes sense to me.

The human characters weren't entirely pointless. The point of them was to serve to get Thor through his character arc.

Captain America was a film you could actually relate to, I'll grant you that, but Thor was far more entertaining. In the same way that Jason and the Argonauts was more entertaining than Spartacus.
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« Reply #64 on: 04-29-2012 23:49 »

You watched them in the wrong order dummy! tongue
http://www.slashfilm.com/infographic-marvel-movie-universe-timeline/
ShepherdofShark

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« Reply #65 on: 04-30-2012 00:07 »

Probably we did. But I never said what order we watched them in. To presume is being the real dummy. tongue
UnrealLegend

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« Reply #66 on: 04-30-2012 01:36 »

I haven't actually seen Captain America yet. Is it essential to the plot of the Avengers?
JoshTheater

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« Reply #67 on: 04-30-2012 03:53 »

Most likely not essential, but probably recommended viewing nonetheless.
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« Reply #68 on: 04-30-2012 07:29 »

Care to explain to me what a 'dutch angle' means? Cause apart from that your post makes sense to me.

Dutch Angle

If you are too lazy to read that... it means the camera was tilted tongue
Spacedal11

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« Reply #69 on: 04-30-2012 07:43 »
« Last Edit on: 04-30-2012 07:45 »

Thank you for beating me to the punch Tweek. I'm a film major, and even before being a film major I was known as kind of a film snob around my friends. Because I notice things like camera angles and things like that. So when I saw Thor it bugged the crap out of me that the movie was riddled with all these stupid dutch angles, I started counting but it got so high I gave up. I hate the dutch angle, it is rarely used correctly.



Stop it! There is nothing dramatic about tilting Natalie Portman sideways.
ShepherdofShark

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« Reply #70 on: 04-30-2012 08:03 »
« Last Edit on: 04-30-2012 08:09 »

This is why I vowed a long time ago never to study film. My brother took a very short college course on film and found that he couldn't just check his brain in at the door and just take movies as entertainment anymore. It took him several years away from film studies to get the feeling back.

As much as they interest me, I'd hate to be irritated by the technical features of a film about an Asgardian God.

I hate the dutch angle, it is rarely used correctly.

You mean to let the audience know that the scene is taking place in the hideout of Batman's enemies?
Spacedal11

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« Reply #71 on: 04-30-2012 08:26 »

Yes, yes I suppose so. I normally am not bothered by that but in Thor I could not get past the dutch angles once I noticed them popping up every other scene. I love movies, I want to be a film director one day, so the technical side of film is important to me. I'm not gonna sit here and tell you the flaws in Thor based on Norse mythology or talk about the political aspects (I don't think there really are any in this particular film but it's just to get my point across). Usually when I point out the technical stuff to people they don't know/care about what I'm saying. I can easily turn my brain off to watch a movie. But sometimes I can't help but notice things like that. Thor isn't a terrible film or anything, I love Loki if nothing else. But I definitely think Captain American got the origin story down better while making it a successful film on it's own. I really felt like Thor was bashing me over the head with how much it was related to the Avengers movie in a way that was telling me instead of showing me. That being said the post-credit scene at the end is what made the film for me. So you know, go figure.
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« Reply #72 on: 04-30-2012 09:49 »

I haven't actually seen Captain America yet. Is it essential to the plot of the Avengers?
I would say watching both Thor and Captain America are essential for a better understanding of the characters and the universe of Avengers. Cap is the leader of the group and though he has his moments in Avengers, you won't know the real significance and importance of his character unless you watched Captain America. Besides the key item in Avengers that drives the plot is something that was established in the Captain America movie.
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« Reply #73 on: 04-30-2012 19:13 »

I recently re-watched all of the films leading into The Avengers and was surprised at how much my opinion changed of two of them.

Iron Man is still as fantastic as I remember. It's not without its flaws, but it's pretty much a definitive example of how to make an excellent Summer blockbuster.
The Incredible Hulk would be up there if I was ever compiling a list of the most under-rated films of all time. It's a great bit of fun, just like Iron Man - albeit not as good. But Ed Norton is excellent as Banner and it does a great job of turning an awkward-to-adapt story and characters into a film.
Iron Man 2 was a film I remembered enjoying at the cinema in spite of being disappointed at it not improving on the first film like most 2nd entries into superhero franchises tend to. But Christ, watching it again, it was just terrible. Illogical, riddled with awful writing, stereotypes and coincidences. Thanks to Robert Downey Jr it never stops being watchable, but it's a very poor film.
Thor, on the flip-side, was a film I enjoyed far more a second time. I thought it was okay at the cinema, but I was pretty let down as I was hoping for much more than what we were given. It never got away from feeling like a set-up for The Avengers/Thor 2 and I was left rather unsatisfied - but watching it a second time, I suppose my expectations were managed much more and I really enjoyed it for the charms it actually has. The production design and Tom Hiddleston as Loki are just outstanding. Although I agree about the ridiculous over-use of dutch angles.
Captain America: The First Avenger is my 2nd favourite of the films setting up The Avengers (after Iron Man). I love it. It's a solid film in its own rights, but it ticked so many boxes to make it work on a personal level for me. It has an amazing sense of creating this steam-punk Marvel-universe set in the 40s, complete with gorgeous, pulpy WWII imagery, cheesey nazi villains doing impressions of Werner Herzog, an outstanding cast, a great deal of Easter eggs for fans of the Marvel world, a glowing McGuffin, a song by Alan Menken and so forth. It's great fun.

And that leads me on, rather nicely, to this:


The Avengers

I've been eagerly anticipating this one for 4 years. I'm glad to report that it's quite easily the best of Marvel's efforts to date and seemlessly overcomes all of the doubts people had due to things such as having to juggle multiple protagonists and stitching such crazy sci-fi (aliens? borderline magic?) together with fairly real-world (by comparison) movies like Iron Man. Whilst it's a bit slow at first, once it gets going, it's a supreme action movie with fantastic and constantly witty dialogue that is arguably more entertaining that the top-notch action. It's hard for me to gage how much of this film I loved based on the novelty of seeing Iron Man and Thor in the same scene and how much of it was genuine love that will stay with me on repeat viewings - but I'm quite sure that it's all legit. I loved it. It seems like everyone's loving it. The ending is essentially identical to Transformers 3 - but not shit which just goes to show what makes a film work. Characters and dialogue need to be there to hold things like action together. Anyway, yes. It's great and there's little I can say that hasn't already been said by many. It's not without its flaws but it's still fantastic and although I need to see it a few more times to really figure out how much I like it, I think it may be a contender for best superhero film of all time.

9/10


The Happiness of the Katakuris

I had such high hopes for this film. Not only does it have the wonderful concept of being about a family-run bed and breakfast where all of the guests inexplicably die on their first night of stay - leading to countless cover ups so as to avoid bad press - but it's a zombie musical that incorporates stop-start animation here and there. It's a shame then, that the film is a fucking mess that makes no sense with transitions to animation only seeming to take place because they couldn't afford the special effects in live-action and the music being of a poor standard and handled in a manor so as to make me ashamed that I like musicals. And the zombies only show up for a few minutes at the end.

3/10


Music & Lyrics

If you've seen one Hugh Grant film, you've essentially seen them all. Especially if you've seen one that, like this, was written and directed by Marc Lawrence.

That said, this is probably the best effort I've seen from a Hugh Grant film (that doesn't actually manage to transcend that and be a genuinely good film like About a Boy did). It's hugely cliched to the point that you know every story beat before you press play but it's also better than most of these films because Hugh is playing an ageing pop-star and that means that every now and then there's some cheesey pop song parody to break things up. So yeah, it's not great but it's inoffensive enough to get by without me complaining about it unlike most of these films.

6/10


The Pirates! In an Adventure with Scientists!

Sadly, The Pirates! offers nothing above the level of a Saturday-morning kids' cartoon (beyond being stop-start animated). Its sense of humour is distinctly Aardman - but Aardman doesn't always operate at the wonderful heights of Wallace & Gromit in The Curse of the Were-Rabbit - sometimes they operate at a more Arthur Christmas level, as is the case here. It's mildly amusing with a mixture of awful, family-film gags and genuinely smart background jokes but the story is just so blase that you're left wondering why they bothered.

Certainly not a bad film, but a hugely wasted opportunity from people that should be putting out work that's much better.

6/10


The Cabin in the Woods

A great film that's an odd mixture of great fun, borderline-insanity and a nice layer of intelligence.

For the first two acts, it's essentially a bog-standard American horror film intercut with people watching them on screens and making somewhat sarcastic comments and jokes that lean on the fourth-wall about how cliched it all is. That's okay, but it's not really any more enjoyable that watching a better-than-average crappy American horror film - enjoyable even though you know it sucks.

However, in the third act everything comes together beautifully. I can't say much without dropping massive spoilers but let's just say that the film mixes two of my favourite things - zombies and Lovecraftian lore - with God knows how many other badass film-elements and lovely surprises as well as a climax that is ridiculously fun. Plus the whole thing maintains a great sense of humour whilst also establishing a rather interesting world. It's far from perfect but it does more than enough to make it worthy of high praise and discussion and I can't wait to see it again at some point based on just how much happens at once in those final scenes. Seriously, they're like Where's Wally pictures.

8/10
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« Reply #74 on: 05-01-2012 08:26 »
« Last Edit on: 05-01-2012 08:27 »

The Cabin in the Woods

See this movie. Right. Now.

My first number grade ever:
10/10
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« Reply #75 on: 05-02-2012 14:53 »

Since I'm seeing the Avengers in a few days, I thought I'd watch Captain America.

I liked it. I was a little confused at some points, but overall it was very entertaining.

I still think I liked Thor and Iron Man more though. Anyway, this one gets 8/10 from me.
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« Reply #76 on: 05-02-2012 19:53 »

And I am glad you did smile.

Stick through the credits of Avengers for a bonus scene, the US release is having an additional post credits scene.
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« Reply #77 on: 05-03-2012 08:13 »

Avengers

Not very good.  Seemed like the whole thing was just a sell out of all the franchises it included.  They didn't even use that one guy to play Bruce Banner.  It's pretty sad that Hollywood believes it can dig up the corpses of all of our favorite childhood memories and slut them about like whores for the silver screen.

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« Reply #78 on: 05-04-2012 09:21 »

Obvious trolling is obvious.

Short version: Whedon knocked it out of the park.
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« Reply #79 on: 05-04-2012 09:24 »

I have not seen the movie you're discussing, so I'm just taking up space here.

Also, the hulk would make an excellent slut.

HULK SMASH AND RAPE!

Wait, nevermind.
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