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Old 11-17-2013, 03:59 PM   #792
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Default Re: Thor 2: Rotten Tomato Watch

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Originally Posted by jmc View Post
Cap was definitely as bland a superhero movie as you can get. It felt like people were overly forgiving of a movie that was just so damn vanilla in its presentation, and it still baffles me to this day why it was given such a free pass. I actually found it worse than Thor because at least Thor had an interesting villain, Cap was like having a lettuce and cabbage sandwich on white bread with a side order of raw beans and a glass of water to wash it down.
Cap has a lot of heart, great acting, an excellent score, is really strong in terms of character work, and a good 80s action adventure throwback feel. Bland is the last way I would describe it. Every time I see it, I appreciate it more. My favorite from Phase 1, alongside The Avengers.

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Originally Posted by Spider-Fan View Post
Man, so much crapping on C:TFA last 2 pages. But, given this is NOT the Cap forum, I will choose to avoid debating that movie here (suffice to say, I 100% disagree). If anyone wants to discuss C:TFA. please take it there


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Not everyone knows that because there is a thing called an opinion, and the quality of a film is just that: an opinion. So, please don't insult the people who enjoyed IM3.

So please everyone. Stop crapping on other films in this thread. You're only going to start fights.


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I didn't care for how this thread trended as well, which is why I stopped posting on it.
It is amazing how defense of a film turns into a bash fest of others. It is why I have been avoiding the top threads at this point. Not a lot of discussion to be had.

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