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  • Welp, finding myself marathoning Men In Black for no apparent reason. I'm fine with that.
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    Aurelius
    Aurelius
    I've always liked Men In Black. The cartoon series was pretty cool too.
    DragonMaster2010
    DragonMaster2010
    I think for me, there are still some iterations of characters in the DCEU I really liked. Superman and Batman (before JL), Harley Quinn, Wonder Woman, etc. I still have an attachment to those DCEU characters, but not the way they're used in the DCEU. That, and I'm a huge Zack Snyder fan.
    Foxtrot94
    Foxtrot94
    I thought you liked JL though. I remember you posting a status saying it was lit or something like that.
    DragonMaster2010
    DragonMaster2010
    I did. But I failed to mention that I saw it the first time in IMAX, which made the experience amazing. Then I saw it a second time in a regular theater in 3D, and the experience just wasn't the same. It also allowed me to see just how flawed and pretty boring the movie was.
    Foxtrot94
    Foxtrot94
    I don't think people were upset cause it was a reboot, from what I recall. The SOT series legitimately ended, it wasn't just interrupted for the sake of starting anew. It wasn't like DmC's case.
    DragonMaster2010
    DragonMaster2010
    @Foxtrot94 In regards to the comment that POP was sucking up too much money to make, doesn't the Assassin's Creed series suck up more? With better writers, it could've been a good revival.
    Foxtrot94
    Foxtrot94
    Wow. People used alt accounts and bots to give multiple bad Star Wars reviews on Rotten Tomatoes and lower its user score, LMAO.
    WolfOD64
    WolfOD64
    @DDutchguy J J Abrahms' films tend to have that effect (Star Trek '09 being a perfect example). He stirs up enough nostalgia to postpone people catching onto the films' flaws. That must mean that Ep. 8 was so divisive that even the nostalgia callbacks didn't delay any negative responses to recreate the same effect.
    AgentRedgrave
    AgentRedgrave
    Honestly I don't know what to make of it. The film seems to have divided the fanbase as much as TFA did (Though I have read some comments saying they hated TFA but love TLJ, and vice versa). There is a Facebook page of someone claiming responsibility for the score being as low as it is, he's clearly a troll....but I honestly can't tell if he's lying or not....
    WolfOD64
    WolfOD64
    @AgentRedgrave A brief visit to one of the oldest SW message boards, Jedi Council Forums, yielded reactions from fans that have kept with this series since 1980's, that loved TFA, renouncing the franchise entirely and vowing never to watch a single movie, new or previously released. They hate TLJ so much, it's tainted their enjoyment of the entire series.
    The one thing I hate about Xmas lately is constant Star Wars ads and banners EVERY-EFFING-WHERE.
    WolfOD64
    WolfOD64
    And considering the characters at the heart of the advertising--Queen of Nostril Flaring and Darth Emo--I can't honestly blame you.
    Foxtrot94
    Foxtrot94
    Even if it was The Empire Strikes Back with Bowl Hair and Bucket Helmet, would still be the same. It's just the omnipresence of it.
    WolfOD64
    WolfOD64
    Definitely. The last Star Wars movie I remember seeing the marketing for was Revenge of the Sith, and that came out in May, so you wouldn't be shopping like you'd be during the holiday season, w/ ads and banners drowning you to death.
    Apparently for some people all it takes to be a "DMC clone" is to just be a Hack and Slash.
    So basically you Americans are all screwed when it comes to internet now? Am I reading the news right?
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    Shadow
    Also, many state lawmakers are really, really against repealing net neutrality (presumably because they don't want to have to pay for every site they go on any more than regular people do) and have been speaking about putting blocks in place in case the bill somehow makes it through Congress and the courts...which used to be unlikely, because it's a violation of human rights.
    Shadow
    Shadow
    But with the current tyrant in office, who knows. In short, it's a mess.
    Foxtrot94
    Foxtrot94
    Christ.
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    Wait, so that guy in John Wick 2 was a rapper? Damn his acting was good, I could legit buy him as a badass assassin.
    DragonMaster2010
    DragonMaster2010
    You mean Common? Yeah he was a great rapper back in the day. He was even in Suicide Squad too as the dude Joker shot at a club.
    I hope those rumors about Hugh Jackman coming back as Wolverine for Avengers 4 are wrong af.
    Erian1Mortal
    Erian1Mortal
    I don't think he would, he always said Logan would be his last stop.
    On top of that, the man ain't getting younger, if there is a Wolverine, I'd rather have Jimmy Hudson (Ultimate Universe Wolverine), that way it's another character and people wouldn't scream as much over an actor change
    Foxtrot94
    Foxtrot94
    I've read he did say he would consider coming back only if it was with the Avengers. I guess he said that when the chances of it happening seemed pretty much non existent.
    If Achilles vs Hector happened in modern times, would Achilles teabag him instead of dragging him with the chariot as a form of disrespect?
    Rewatched The Avengers, just for the heck of it. Forgot how awesome that end credit sequence is.
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