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Old 10-21-2017, 11:55 AM   #23041
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I think most people couldn't get past how their beloved DC characters were portrayed and therefore couldn't enjoy the decent movie in front of them. If most could pretend these were original characters for the film I honestly believe they would have enjoyed it on some level.
<cough> <cough> Man of Steel, BvS
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Old 10-21-2017, 12:40 PM   #23042
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<cough> <cough> Man of Steel, BvS
I didn't like Man of Steel cause Superman broke Zod's neck in it. That was such a shock to me... Not like Superman at all... Such a cutthroat guy... Other than that it was ok...Even if that Superman didn't save even his own father cause his secret was so important... Are you kidding me... ---- the secret, that's your father ! And he killed baby kryptonians... After he stopped Zod, he should have given those baby kryptonians to families in smallville or whatever so they can be decet when they grow up, you know... But no, he just freaking off them... but what really ruined the film for me is Breaking the neck. That was it.

BvS was just crap... I don't even remember the first half, i was about to sleep, bored to death... second half was okish at best.

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well, ok, i didn't like how Superman was a dark and broding wanna be character in the films too.
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Old 10-21-2017, 02:14 PM   #23043
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Nope it was bad movie just plain bad. The film was in a hurry. One minute they are a bunch of psychos, next in a team and nek minute saving the world.
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Not true of me. I just thought it was a bad film. Storyline, characterization, plot, acting, pacing. Just eye candy of anfilm and not great eye candy at that.
Ok, fellas.

Not like I ever expected anyone to actually concede that possibility.
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Old 10-21-2017, 02:16 PM   #23044
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Old 10-21-2017, 03:24 PM   #23045
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Ok, fellas.

Not like I ever expected anyone to actually concede that possibility.
Iím sure there are some who do. We just donít. Different opinions make for a discussion forum.
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Old 10-21-2017, 03:27 PM   #23046
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<cough> <cough> <hack> <hack> <choke>

Heh.
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Old Yesterday, 08:13 AM   #23047
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blade runner 2049 9.75/10

what a treat! absolutely incredible, everything i had hoped it would be and quite more to be honest. my only knock would be some scenes felt a little too long at times but honestly the cinematography and score were so beautiful i didnt mind the stay. this is a film that needs to be experienced and it needs to be experienced on the big screen at least once

for comparison purposes i gave the original bladerunner a 7/10 upon my first and only viewing but i think this new movie has given me a greater appreciation for that and i want to watch it again

its sad this isnt doing that well at the box office, i wouldnt want a sequel but i do want more movies like this. this will inspire future film makers for generations, i think if i had seen this movie at a different point in my life it may have steered my career decisions in a different path truthfully
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blade runner 2049 9.75/10

what a treat! absolutely incredible, everything i had hoped it would be and quite more to be honest. my only knock would be some scenes felt a little too long at times but honestly the cinematography and score were so beautiful i didnt mind the stay. this is a film that needs to be experienced and it needs to be experienced on the big screen at least once

for comparison purposes i gave the original bladerunner a 7/10 upon my first and only viewing but i think this new movie has given me a greater appreciation for that and i want to watch it again

its sad this isnt doing that well at the box office, i wouldnt want a sequel but i do want more movies like this. this will inspire future film makers for generations, i think if i had seen this movie at a different point in my life it may have steered my career decisions in a different path truthfully
You, sir, have excellent taste.
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Ok, fellas.

Not like I ever expected anyone to actually concede that possibility.
What and give up an oppurtunity to argue on the internet?
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What and give up an oppurtunity to argue on the internet?
I know, I know. It's very tempting. But I'm trying to turn over a new leaf. You guys don't make it easy though.
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