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Pathfinder Society Member. 7,711 posts (7,991 including aliases). No reviews. No lists. No wishlists. 1 Pathfinder Society character. 7 aliases.


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Just seen it. Decent, visceral, has some accurate science. Predictable ending.

Trailer

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Plus Ares hates humans and wants to exterminate them, WW1 would be something he would greatly enjoy.

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Freehold DM wrote:

Heh.

Hehehe.

Ha.

Ha.

HahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA HAHHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAAAAAAAAAAA

I understand you a little now. However I cannot hate the man who gave me Buffy and Firefly. I can, however agree that he is not as good as I thought he was.

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Oh...

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What the....what was he smoking while he was typing that up?
Has Whedon become subject of flanderisation?

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It's too much like rust TBH.

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I played both. For many hours. Boring.

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Different strokes...

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OK, seen the movie. It is fun. I didn't waste my money on a movie ticket. Gal was beyond gorgeous and managed to muster up acting chops to give the role gravitas. Side characters were fun. Villain was interesting and surprising. All in all a good movie, better than BvS by a hefty margin and marginally better than Man of Steel.

Nothing to scare the marvel guys though. Plus I don't get all the fanfare and pomp. It's not THAT good.

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Game is really boring.

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You mean less accessible to stupid people xD

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I liked him a lot in the movie. And they actually make fun of the name in universe. The movie also portrays a dad who would do anything for his daughter. And the girl is positively adorable. And I generaly harbor an intense dislike towards children, so take that as you will.

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You really should watch ant man.

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Watched the trailer and cringed terribly at the HIP dialogue.

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Charles Scholz wrote:

Liked the Winter Soldier Comic, hated Civil War and Age of Ultron.

Haven't watched either movie because of the comics.

BTW - Not reading any of the Secret Empire Stupid Current Crossover Event.

You really should.

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They take dud storylines and make them awesome

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Hopefully, you are wrong.

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And I love it that the a******s are getting upset. They should. Really.

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This just made me so happy

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Rosgakori wrote:
Hama wrote:
It pretty much does. I watched it recently. Damn good effect for that time, pretty ingenious some of them. And surprisingly much of that was actually not CGI. Or just used CGI to spruce things up.
Hmmm, it has been a while since I last watched it. My mind goes to the some of the earlier shots of Imhotep. I might remember it wrong.

I was actually very pleasantly surprised on how well it held up over the years to be honest. There were some quibbles, mostly when Imhotep was largely reformed and there was a little mummy left on his face, it was so OBVIOUS, but overall, very very good.

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It pretty much does. I watched it recently. Damn good effect for that time, pretty ingenious some of them. And surprisingly much of that was actually not CGI. Or just used CGI to spruce things up.

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Blade is not MCU. Neither is any of the spidermen except the current one, or the fantastic four. Or anything with a Marvel stamp that is not produced by Marvel Studios.

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Aberzombie wrote:
MMCJawa wrote:
So far the Marvel movies have done a decent job of balancing there villains. GotG after all has three sets of villains, one of which (Ego) really has nothing to do with the other villains. Generally, very few of the MCU villains have felt awkwardly shoe-horned in or poorly developed, like say Spiderman 3 or Amazing Spiderman 2. The only movies I can think of that maybe falls into that category is Iron Man 2 with Justin Hammer and maybe the first GotG movie with Korvath.

Indeed. When I think of poorly done overload on villains, I think of the third Toby Spider Man movie, as well as the Bat movies between Batman Returns and Batman Begins. Those probably had to do more with bad writing than and actual "too many villains" case.

My worry is that Marvel might finally slip up and have that combo of bad writing/too many villains. They've had a pretty good run with their movies since Iron Man, but to me that just increases the chance of a dud over time, especially as they get closer to the climax of what they've been building towards all these years with Infinity War.

Hopefully Kevin Feige has a solid follow-on plan.

Even if they make a dud after infinity war, it will still be some 18-1 in favor of good movies.

DC currently has 1-2. Which is not horribly bad, but to have 2 out of three movies be disappointments...

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You mean older CGI. Mummy is from '98

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Set wrote:
Hama wrote:
Korvath?

Korath the Pursuer, IIRC, although I'm not sure if they even mentioned his name outside of the credits.

He was the dude Star-Lord fought off to get the orb in the first sequence of the movie (who asked for his name, and looked unimpressed when he replied 'Star-Lord'), and later fought and beat to death near the end. Played by an actor (Djimon Hounsoo?) far too good for such a small role, IMO.

Not to be mistaken for Korvac, a much more cosmic threat. :)

Ah that guy. Unremarkable. And to think that Djimon took that role because his son wanted to be white because all the good guys in the movies are white...

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Korvath?

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I wonder how long do we have to wait for someone to start whining that all the major cast are black while the villain is white and how that is discrimination xD

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Looks pretty cool. That was killmonger right? And maybe a glimpse of Man-ape.

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It was pretty unheard of, except in fantasy geek circles.

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Also older and more world weary Steve Trevor. And a line "you haven't aged a day"

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Marvel doesn't really have to step up their game at all. Their arguably least good films are still way way better than Man of Steel or BvS. I will reserve my judgement on WW till I see it, but I bet it will be somewhere along the line of middle on Marvel.

Freehold DM wrote:
Hama wrote:
Irrational hatred clouds your judgement.
and irrational fanboyism clouds yours.

We talked about this already. I'm not an irrational fanboy. I accept he did sub-par stuff. But he also did awesome stuff, Set explained it best above. I don't get why you hate him so much though.

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GreenDragon1133 wrote:

She is as strong as Superman. She can rip anything on Earth apart with her bare hands. What does she need a sword for?

Mythical Amazons were legendary Greek Warriors. William Moulton Marston's evolved somewhat in the intervening 5000 years. Not unlike how the Greek civilization evolved - into ours.

Swords are way cool

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Synthetic kryptonite?

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Plus it is absolutely ridiculous that she would use only the lasso. Absolutely ridiculous.

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Irrational hatred clouds your judgement.

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Whedon is good.

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I guess it's saying it's good. I tend to disagree but then he has a right to think it is good.

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There was no other wonder woman since linda carter

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Never minded spoilers myself. And I have to wait till 15th for the movie to come to my country :(

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I like this comic

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The old man seems take aback, he frowns slightly.
"Well why do you think? You haven't spoken to anyone since the funeral! It's been a while now. We care about you, dear".

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Lobo could appear. Plus all of the superman villains since they aren't gonna make a superman show.

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It's kind of annoying. Same old same old. And there is a plethora of good Supergirl villains to pick from.

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The old man approaches the door, and stills himself for a long moment, taking a long, deep breath, then, tentatively, he lifts his hand and knocks, three times.
"Darling? Can you please open? Your mother and I are worried".

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You're making me cautiously optimistic. I'll have to wait till 15th to see it though.

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phantom1592 wrote:
Thomas Seitz wrote:

Freehold,

Yeah I remember that story. I HATED that. Especially for Jen.

Anyways, Namor is just a dick and kind of more like anti-hero of the seas than heroic barbarian.

Namor spends way too much time being a flat out VILLAIN in his career for me to give him the 'anti-hero' label. Even when he's trying to behave, he's teaming up with Magneto and White Queen... ;)

I see him more as a villain who occassionaly gets pointed at common interests... Like Doctor Doom or Venom.

Anti-villain then?

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There is only one Robert Downey Junior.

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Delightful wrote:
Thomas Seitz wrote:
There's no reason they have to be mutually exclusive, Delightful...

That's true. But I got a feeling that Wonder Woman can also own its success to being a DCEU film that recognizes that trying to be dark and gritty only works when you have smarts to back it up. From what I've heard Wonder Woman has opted to be a lighthearted action-adventure romp that leaves "realistic" superhero politics and tough moral quandaries to the wayside.

And thank Hera for that because seeing Snyder try to be introspective is like watching a drunk fratboy with delusions of grandeur try to recite Shakespeare.

Somehow I don't think that anything about WW1 should ever be light hearted.

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The man looks at him, his face void of any expression. He gives his umbrella a little shake, leans on it.
"Does it matter?" he asks, his voice gravelly, and spent.

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Suddenly, footsteps echo in the hallway, man's shoes, heels loud in the cramped space, and around the corner walks a man.

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