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  • Man, social media reactions for Infinity War have me hyped. I now want to see this movie as soon as possible.
    As awesome as it is, My Hero Academia has some of the most hollow villains I've seen since DBZ.
    "ENGAGE ALL FANS. SUBVERT ALL EXPECTATIONS. AND GET THIS MAN AN ASIAN GIRLFRIEND." - Rian Johnson, probably.
    Had no idea what 'incels' were and I now regret finding out.
    DragonMaster2010
    DragonMaster2010
    Just looked it up. So that's what those people are called.
    TIL Ludwig Goransson is doing Venom's soundtrack. At least there's something to look forward to.
    Imagine a universe where the sequel to MCU's Iron Man was a Civil War adaptation which ended with Tony Stark dying.
    Erian1Mortal
    Erian1Mortal
    Stark and Cap are going to die in IW, pretty sure of that. Vision is a given and Hawkeye is a canditate for death too, Loki died in the comics I think, Drax is also high up on the list given his history with Thanos.
    The others are most likely to survive.
    WolfOD64
    WolfOD64
    I'd be cool with that. Tony Stark is annoying.
    Ash
    Ash
    I now really want a DCEU adaptation of No Man's Land. Perfect opportunity to introduce the Batfamily and Batman's rogue gallery.
    Z218
    Z218
    I originally saw Under The Red Hood in the same light but I agree with you about No Man's Land.
    DragonMaster2010
    DragonMaster2010
    No Man's Land would be perfect, but from what Matt Reeves has described, the Batman film will be more film noir.
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    Teal
    Teal
    ^It makes sense. No Man's Land is not exactly first movie material. It would make more sense for it to be a sequel, preferably set up after a game-changing event that occurs in another DCEU movie prior to it. It is an amazing event, tho' - right up Matt Reeves' alley.
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    I was almost going to start believing there was an anti-Netflix conspiracy when Duncan Jones' Mute got negative reviews. Then I saw the movie.
    Mfw Tumblr SJWs telling white people to skip the first week of Black Panther's release in order to not suck the black joy out of the theater.
    Black Panther is getting some rave reviews. Glad to see Coogler scored three out of three. Hope his Creed sequel pans out just as good. Will be seeing BP on the 15th.
    For some reason, I got a very different vibe from Antman and The Wasp when compared to the other recent MCU entries. Visuals, maybe?
    DragonMaster2010
    DragonMaster2010
    To me, its weird that this is the next film after what is, essentially, an end of the world scenario.
    Teal
    Teal
    Not weird at all, considering Ant-Man was released after Age of Ultron which had an end of world scenario. Besides, Thanos is not gonna be the main big bad so the stakes are still not gonna be apocalyptic-high as everyone expects.
    DragonMaster2010
    DragonMaster2010
    AOU didn't feel like a big deal compared to Thanos.
    I have to admit, Kekkai Sensen & Beyond actually made me tear up by the end.
    Devilman Crybaby is the most Suda thing to ever grace anime. A horrible show that I can't stop watching.
    Does anyone have an up to 12 episodes, fairly recent anime that I can binge watch this weekend?
    Lain
    Lain
    ^ Kabaneri is a bit of a mixed bag. It has a good first half but the quality really dips in the second half. If you can look past it's flaws then yeah, it's an entertaining high adrenaline action fest.
    Lain
    Lain
    Also @WolfOD64, if you are interested in modern shows tell me what genre and I'll dig up any gems that often go under the radar. :)
    WolfOD64
    WolfOD64
    @Lain I'm a big fan of the medieval fantasy genre, but that doesn't seem to be a possibility these days unless it's somehow tied to high school life or the inner world of some video game.
    Just watched JL. I loved it. Glad to see Superman is being Superman and Lex Luthor is acting like Lex Luthor. Looking forward to DCEU now.
    DragonMaster2010
    DragonMaster2010
    Apparently critics and the box office aren't. WB tried dark and it didn't work, then tried being light and it still didn't work. And I still have beef with what WB did to Zack. But at least the people that did see it are enjoying it, so that's good to hear.
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    Teal
    Teal
    @DragonMaster2010, I got the impression that the universe conspired against this movie's development what with Kevin Tsujihara's dickishness, the tragic death of ZS's child, Cavill not being allowed to shave his mustache from the makers of MI: 6 and the CG being outsourced to a ****ty company. Even so, I enjoyed the hell out of it. Way more than Ragnarok if I dare say.
    Here is an unpopular opinion: Ragnarok is the worst Thor movie yet and one of the worst in the MCU.
    DragonMaster2010
    DragonMaster2010
    Given I could barely remember the first two films, I feel like Ragnarok was just GOTG ft. Thor and baby brain Hulk.
    WolfOD64
    WolfOD64
    @DragonMaster2010 My problem exactly. The Thor films were my favorite part of the MCU, because they were a nice change from the "LOL SO RANDOM" nature of Iron Man, GOTG, Ant-Man, etc. They, and the Captain America films, were arguably the most serious the MCU ever got...but Ragnorok made short work of that.
    Teal
    Teal
    I was never one to jump on MCU's throat just because their movies were jokey. But this is the one movie which sort of dents the status quo, yet every big thing that happens is either handwaved or played for laughs. And it is a shame since the action scenes were superb, the visuals were good for the most part and the characters were at their best.
    I finally gave in to my dirty impulses and decided to search for Justice League spoilers. I am weak!
    Lain
    Lain
    :O
    Hang your head in shame good sir!
    tfw Splinter Cell movie producer calls the game an FPS and says there's no specific story attached to it. I'm so done.
    WolfOD64
    WolfOD64
    Not so: Street Fighter the Movie had Jean-Claude Van Damme, Tomb Raider had Angelina Jolie, and the Doom movie had Dwayne Johnson. The only movies that weren't racing for star power in the past were Uwe Boll's and Paul W.S. Anderson's movies...and that's just because no one with credibility would show up to star in those festering piles.
    Z218
    Z218
    Teal
    Teal
    I'm not asking for the movie to be a straight adaptation. All I want is for them to capture the essence of Splinter Cell on a silver screen. And let me say treating it like it's Call of Duty is not a good way to go.
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