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Re: Wolverine

Postby tehcooliest » Thu May 07, 2009 4:11 am

I actually thought that the movie was quite predictable, even containing the slow-mo walkaway from the exploding vehicle.

I also thought that the special effects were quite bad. My two favorite characters in the movie, however, were sabertooth and Gambit. I didn't even realize it was the same actor from Friday Night Lights' Tim Riggins until the very end.
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Re: Wolverine

Postby grayjaket » Thu May 07, 2009 12:50 pm

super mario wrote:that movie didn't actually address the initial point, you know, the origin.
It should follow the example of hulk and superman, where they tell you how he actually got the powers, its all very good saying oooh shit look they got the x gene,
BUT HOW!!!!




Really? Did you really just say that?
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Re: Wolverine

Postby Sahan » Thu May 07, 2009 1:03 pm

We can't say for certain whether or not he did, but we do have enough evidence to suggest he did type it.
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Re: Wolverine

Postby A Gram of Soma » Thu May 07, 2009 3:44 pm

I had fun watching it. It was by no means a good movie, but I didn't go into it expecting it to be, just fun to watch.
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Re: Wolverine

Postby FengharTheNord » Thu May 07, 2009 6:19 pm

I went in expecting it to be good and was horribly surprised. I now pretty much despise this movie.
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Re: Wolverine

Postby Frostbite » Thu May 07, 2009 7:05 pm

I really really hated the ending. I quite enjoy Deadpool. And then that happened. No. Just, no.
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Re: Wolverine

Postby smiley_cow » Thu May 07, 2009 7:14 pm

I much prefer Deadpool when he's horribly mutated and kidnapping old ladies I think.
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Re: Wolverine

Postby Frostbite » Thu May 07, 2009 11:13 pm

I do not at all. Anger.
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Re: Wolverine

Postby AmnioticDruid » Fri May 08, 2009 2:07 am

How many people are happy to hear?
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Re: Wolverine

Postby Lethal Interjection » Fri May 08, 2009 5:49 am

I'd be happier to hear it if I hadn't assumed it the second I knew Reynolds was cast as him.
Deadpool has been big bucks for Marvel lately, and to not have a Deadpool movie would be surprising.
I knew Ryan Reynolds was cast because they were hoping for further franchise bankability with him. Also he fits the role pretty well.
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Re: Wolverine

Postby Jesster » Fri May 08, 2009 9:47 am

No no no no no no NO!

This was the most godawful comic book film in the entire friggin' world. So bad that we spent three hours at work yesterday just listing all the things wrong with it. I'm also steadfastly refusing to go see the Deadpool film because Fox are making it and I'm sick of watching them ruin characters. I am entirely unsure why they even have the rights to Deadpool when he's never really been involved with X-Men beyond the occasional one-shot and Cable & Deapool.

But aaaaargh, I hate this film.
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Re: Wolverine

Postby Lethal Interjection » Fri May 08, 2009 5:06 pm

Jesster wrote:I am entirely unsure why they even have the rights to Deadpool when he's never really been involved with X-Men beyond the occasional one-shot and Cable & Deapool.

They bought the rights? And I'm assuming that any Deadpool movie will probably be just that. Not necessarily under the X-men movie franchise. Though we'll see, I suppose.

Also, I don't understand why so many people have been militantly against this movie. I agree that it wasn't great, but hate? Really Jesster? It was entertaining if nothing else, which gives it something already. There aren't many movies at all that I would say hate about, and those movies were infinitely worse than Wolverine.
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Re: Wolverine

Postby Asherian » Tue May 12, 2009 8:34 pm

See my biggest issue is they Deadpool very Right at the beginning of the film. Reynold's shows us he can do the character spot on then the.. travesty at the end of the film. I have some vague hope the spin off movie they'll remove the knives that are longer then his thighs from his fore-arms and some of the other monkery they did with him and go back more to that. Maybe actually cover the cancer story that's how he gets spliced with Wolfies DNA in the first place.

Over all I enjoyed the movie, I went in expecting cannon to be shat on, pain to be brought to much of my cerebral cortex in any sort of comparison to the comics and -it wasn't as bad as I expected-. Really after X3 part of me was convinced Wolverine was going to be an experiment of weapon X to start and his mutant healing factor due to genetic experiments or something equally god awful. As is a lot of is corny, but surprisingly much of it is actually from the comics and close if not exactly cannon.

Gambit's hair was auburn btb, confused why your saying its not. Dark auburn but still red cast enough to be not brown. Then again, I never liked that character much so I didn't care... his fight scenes were kick though.
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Re: Wolverine

Postby your_face » Tue May 12, 2009 8:44 pm

The version I downloaded had unfinished CGI. It made it funnier in parts, but I haven't got a fucking clue what happens at the end aside from a metric fucktonn of CGI. From what I could work out they gave Deadpool eyelasers (wat) and then a powerplant collapsed or something.
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Re: Wolverine

Postby FengharTheNord » Tue May 12, 2009 9:31 pm

your_face wrote:The version I downloaded had unfinished CGI. It made it funnier in parts, but I haven't got a fucking clue what happens at the end aside from a metric fucktonn of CGI. From what I could work out they gave Deadpool eyelasers (wat) and then a powerplant collapsed or something.



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