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Post by WyldeMan on 24/02/16, 02:50 pm

UltimateMarvel wrote:That's impressive. The girl can do it all.

See I told you even Munn could kick Reynolds ass. Deadpool was probably mostly a stunt double since Reynolds had to wear a bag over his head to finally find career success. Razz
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Post by UltimateMarvel on 19/03/16, 08:33 pm

There is too much fucking CGI, wish they would tone it down....like a lot. I hope it looks better in the movie. There's just too much shit and destruction. First Class was so fucking well done, why the heck did Singer do another X-Men movie. I really would have liked to see others handle this last one.
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Post by UltimateMarvel on 09/04/16, 10:09 pm

His power is to make other mutant's power stronger? Cool! I don't know anything about Apocalypse. I didn't know what exactly his power was but I knew he had to be strong to take out Xavier.

I wouldn't have picked Angel as a horsemen though. lol! Why not Charles? He's like level 4, isn't he?
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UltimateMarvel wrote:His power is to make other mutant's power stronger? Cool! I don't know anything about Apocalypse. I didn't know what exactly his power was but I knew he had to be strong to take out Xavier.

Apocalypse is an ancient mutant born with a variety of superhuman abilities who further augmented himself after merging with Celestial technology. The character has total control over the molecules of his body, enabling him to alter his form as it suits him, such as allowing his body to become extremely malleable and flexible or change its size, enhance his physical abilities, transform his limbs into weapons, wings, or jets, regenerate from fatal injuries, adapt his body to apparently any disease or hostile environment, as well as give himself virtually any superhuman power.[76] He is also able to project and absorb energy, in addition to displaying capacities for telepathy and telekinesis. Apocalypse is also capable of technopathy, able to directly interface with the various technologies he has at his disposal. Thanks to the aid of his mutant abilities, special "regeneration" chambers, and changing bodies, Apocalypse has made himself effectively immortal.

Aside from his superhuman powers, Apocalypse is extraordinarily intelligent, a scientific genius with knowledge in various areas of science and technology including physics, engineering, genetics and biology, all of which are more advanced than conventional science. Apocalypse has knowledge of Celestial technology that he uses for his own applications, such as altering mutants or humans. Apocalypse is also a skilled demagogue and a master strategist.

Apocalypse's blood can heal other mutants, but is fatal for humans. Apocalypse's blood can also restore his de-powered mutant descendants as is seen when a large dose of Apocalypse's blood regenerates the lost body part of Chamber and gave him a look similar to Apocalypse.

UltimateMarvel wrote:I wouldn't have picked Angel as a horsemen though. lol! Why not Charles? He's like level 4, isn't he?

Angel has a long Horseman history in the comics. Can I assume you only now him from Ben Foster's portrayal in X3?
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Post by UltimateMarvel on 09/04/16, 10:30 pm

FUCK! He's strong as hell. It'll take all of them to beat him. I saw him in one of the X-Men animated shows but it was a long time ago.

WyldeMan wrote:Angel has a long Horseman history in the comics. Can I assume you only now him from Ben Foster's portrayal in X3?

You are correct to assume that. Very Happy Shit, he was boring in that movie.
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Post by Rusty on 09/04/16, 10:35 pm

UltimateMarvel wrote:

You are correct to assume that. Very Happy Shit, he was boring in that movie.

That whole movie was boring in that movie Very Happy
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Post by WyldeMan on 09/04/16, 10:57 pm

Rusty Cunt wrote:
UltimateMarvel wrote:

You are correct to assume that. Very Happy Shit, he was boring in that movie.

That whole movie was boring in that movie Very Happy

I contemplated suicide by the opening credits...
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Post by WyldeMan on 17/04/16, 12:00 pm

The Next X-Men Film Post ‘X-Men: Apocalypse’

On this week’s Heroic Scoop Drop, I got word from my sources on what the next X-Men film will be post X-Men: Apocalypse – a redo of the Dark Phoenix saga. Due to the events of X-Men: Days of Future Past, the timeline of the movies have been rebooted, meaning that the original X-Men trilogy is no longer set in stone and therefore the filmmakers could retell stories in a different way than it originally went down.

Producer Simon Kinberg told IGN

“I think everything that hasn’t been told from First Class and Days of Future Past is up for grabs going forward, so it would absolutely be a story we could tell in a different way,”

In the upcoming X-Men: Apocalypse set in 1983, a young Jean Grey is played by Game of Thrones’ Sophie Turner. Director Bryan Singer told EW recently…

“And Jean she has not only has her telekenisis and her telepathy but she also knows inherently that something darker and more powerful is growing inside her and she doesn’t quite know what it is.”
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Post by UltimateMarvel on 25/04/16, 02:24 pm

This was the best trailer of all of them hands down. I didn't think Wolverine would be in this too. Striker found him in the last one so I thought Weapon X would be his next story, essentially everything we saw. But since they messed with the timeline, I'm assuming Origins doesn't happen the same way this time. And all the X-Men movies didn't really happen either.
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Post by Rusty on 25/04/16, 11:02 pm

UltimateMarvel wrote:... But since they messed with the timeline, I'm assuming Origins doesn't happen the same way this time. And all the X-Men movies didn't really happen either.

I'm perfectly OK with that.
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Post by ForeverBlu on 09/05/16, 07:31 pm

Early reviews are in, critics are dragging the shit out this movie.

However, Sophie Turner was well received as Young Jean Grey.
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Post by UltimateMarvel on 27/05/16, 07:13 pm

Anyone gonna check this out? I don't know if I should wait or go see it.
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Post by kernel_thai on 19/06/16, 10:54 am

Really not sure why this movie got the beat down. Yes JL just seemed happy to be getting paid. Yes the villain intro took most of the movie. Yes thy did stretch Magneto's powers a tiny bit...well, absurdly. The biggest complaint seemed to be that it wasnt Days of Future Past which is a stupid way to judge a movie. If it had been DofFP they would have complained about sequelitise. I liked all the new actors and thought they did a better job casting this one than the first X-Men that featured the same characters. I thought the villain was as good as can be expected. To really set up a good villain it takes more than one movie but he was certainly more menacing than Zemo or Luther from the competition. And the ending was the closest thing to actual X-Men I have seen in the movie. The hero moment and the redemption moment were perfectly played. So for me not as good as CA but better than BvS
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Post by WyldeMan on 19/06/16, 11:40 am

kernel_thai wrote:Really not sure why this movie got the beat down.  Yes JL just seemed happy to be getting paid.  Yes the villain intro took most of the movie.  Yes thy did stretch Magneto's powers a tiny bit...well, absurdly.  The biggest complaint seemed to be that it wasnt Days of Future Past which is a stupid way to judge a movie.  If it had been DofFP they would have complained about sequelitise.   I liked all the new actors and thought they did a better job casting this one than the first X-Men that featured the same characters.  I thought the villain was as good as can be expected.  To really set up a good villain it takes more than one movie but he was certainly more menacing than Zemo or Luther from the competition.  And the ending was the closest thing to actual X-Men I have seen in the movie.  The hero moment and the redemption moment were perfectly played.  So for me not as good as CA but better than BvS

My biggest complaint about DOFP was that it wasn't First Class. Razz
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