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View Poll Results: What is your favorite comic book film of all time?
Spider-Man (2002) 13 12.26%
Spider-Man 2 26 24.53%
The Amazing Spider-Man 20 18.87%
The Dark Knight 49 46.23%
The Dark Knight Rises 24 22.64%
Marvel's The Avengers 36 33.96%
Iron Man 20 18.87%
Captain America: The First Avenger 7 6.60%
Thor 11 10.38%
Superman 10 9.43%
Superman II 6 5.66%
V For Vendetta 5 4.72%
Watchmen 3 2.83%
X2: X-Men United 17 16.04%
X-Men: First Class 11 10.38%
Other 15 14.15%
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Old 12-27-2012, 05:34 PM   #426
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Thanks!

Its a shame, because they could have tried to make First Class a great prequel to the original trilogy. The X-Men franchise could have been very expansive, but instead it was "rebooted."

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Let me give you an example. In X-Men 3, you see an older Professor X and Magneto recruiting Jean Grey to go to his school. In First Class, they go around recruiting people years earlier when they were young, and became enemies shortly after. These two events cannot co-exist, unless DOFP uses time travel to somehow explain this....

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In X2, we see Hank McCoy on the television, and we hear about his "accident." In First Class, he transforms into Beast many years prior.
Yes, but I'm asking specifically about the Wolverine movie and why that can't take place after X3. I already knew of the slew of continuity errors presented in the past X-films, but I thought they were doing something with Wolverine in this next installment that wouldn't jive with the past incarnations of that specific character.
I'm not doubting that they will mess up continuity even further though haha. FOX has really screwed the pooch on having a cohesive connected film universe. I was watching X-men Origins Wolverine yesterday as I got the blu-ray for christmas, and the entire time was thinking A) what a horrible, CG-ridden mess of a movie and B) how screwed up the continuity is thanks to that movie.
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This is a fantastic infographic, thanks for posting.


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Old 12-27-2012, 10:25 PM   #429
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If the original timeline counts in this series, then the continuity is already messed up. The Wolverine cannot take place after X3 and be a part of the First Class series.
While any one can agree the continuity is ****ed up, and it wasn't just because of X3 since First Class is contradicted at times with even X2, BUT...it can make sense as First Class is set primarily in the 60s and X-Men Origins: Wolverine is primarily in the 80s, so that could be a reason how Wolverine shows up in his cameo for a bit in a bar and The Wolverine is set after X3's events. Or, perhaps Singer is having the original X-Men trilogy as canon for some odd reason and just tossing out what kind of established "continuity" X-Men Origins created.

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You're going into territory the movie doesn't even cover. Gordon could have, but it's not the impression he gives. He's desperate to act before the people blow each other up. That's what we're shown.

You can theorize what Gordon might have been feeling all you like. I'm not discussing conjecture.
And while I am theorizing for a bit, I understand Gordon is trying to act before anything bad happens.

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Of course. But in this situation he was as certain as the Joker was that the ferries were going to blow.
He wasn't as certain as Joker as he also mentioned that Joker could blow them both up. He's looking at all outcomes while Batman wasn't as he had amazing faith over Gotham City's citizens, even the criminals.

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Again that would defeat the whole entire purpose of the experiment. It's like you missed the point Joker was trying to make here. He wasn't blowing them up just for giggles. Blowing them up before midnight serves no purpose at all. The only reason he had to blow them up was for punishment if they didn't blow each other up by midnight.

"At midnight I blow you all up. If however one of you presses the button I'll let that boat live"
Do you really think he would really let the other boat live, though? I think Joker could have very well destroyed both boats as much as he pleased since the one person who did live from an earlier situation, Harvey, was soon corrupted. It's as if that, yes, Joker does everything "just for giggles" and would have easily just pressed the button to destroy both boats if it came to a moment where he had to.

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Whether he loses against Batman or not, it makes no difference for two obvious reasons;

1. He still finds out one way or another if the people will blow each other up or not

2. He still has Harvey as his ace in the hole. His whole battle for Gotham's soul did not rest entirely on this ferries set up, as he pointed out clearly in the movie
And this brings up a question I have always had...if Harvey was Joker's 'ace', why even do this experiment? What was the point of the experiment at all since Harvey was Joker's 'ace in the hole'? I always wondered that. Is that just plot filler since Joker already got his latest trick, Harvey, shooting off bad cops and mobsters?

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The difference is Bane didn't need 5 months to instill false hope into Gotham. Mere weeks would have achieved that. Joker on the other hand gave the people on the ferries a mere 30 minutes to decide if they wanted thousands of deaths on their hands. That's a tiny amount of time to decide if you want to take thousands of lives.

Makes a lot more sense than what Bane was doing.

It's got nothing to do with liking the idea. I'd like the idea just fine if it made sense to drag out the siege for 5 months. But it didn't. What difference does it make 5 weeks or 5 months later to blow up Gotham?
Mere weeks could have done the job, but five months just shows how Bane was fine with waiting until the countdown gets down to zero without pressing the trigger. He was in no rush having the idea that Bruce wasn't strong enough to climb the Pit.

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Couldn't agree more. I understood every word he uttered, but that voice just sounded ridiculous to the point of being unpleasant to listen to. I just couldn't take the guy seriously at all. Every time I think of the character, I'm reminded of this:
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I don't expect everyone to sound like a Greek god or a siren, but, as stated above, when it gets to the point where it's so ridiculous as to be unnerving, it kills the immersion for me.










You're on an absolute tear in this post. We need a salute smiley, but this will have to do until then

To piggyback onto what you're saying, this was a central issue for the entire film. I recall a poster saying that the words spoken by Gordon at the end of TDK sounded like they were randomly picked out of a hat, and solely to sound (melo)dramatic and epic. My feelings about the writing in this film is akin to this, in that it seems like Nolan and Co. had a bunch of interesting ideas, locales, and set-pieces(the prison, Bane's plan, the cops in the sewer, Talia's existence and relevance), but didn't put too much thought into how it all came together to form a cohesive narrative.

You can have all of the fascinating situations you can shake a stick at, but if your plot is incoherent, it simply won't work. Every transition and resolution was a little too neatly wrapped up in a bowtie for my tastes, right down to that abysmal ending.







Yet another huge, glaring mistake that tends to get trivialized by apologists. The antagonist in the Bourne Legacy died in similarly anticlimactic fashion...I'm praying to the movie gods that this sort of shock-death doesn't become the norm. IMO, it reeks of a half-baked attempt to throw off the audience, and I hold to a firm belief that such decisions should only be made if they naturally flow well with the plot.

One of the common excuses I hear for this is that it's "realistic" or "unexpected". It's also realistic and unexpected for people to sometimes not talk in complete sentences or walk in a straight line, but you don't see things like that in movies(unless it's among the central themes, anyway) because it's poor writing. Time to put this realism argument to bed; realism for the sake of realism is never a good idea. It should only ever be employed if it serves the plot, and in this case, it just didn't.

A grand villain deserves a fitting and appropriate demise, whether that be by death, incapacitation, or incarceration. These silly, sudden demises I've been seeing lately seem like little more than petty shock value, not unlike the torture-porn we've seen a lot of lately in horror films.

Very solid post throughout, Spiderdevil.
We are in complete agreement here
Thats where Ledger's Joker thrumps Bane is every way.The way he talked,walked,the pauses in accent and the soundtrack made him an epic villian he was.Bane lacked all of that

Also agree to the bunch-of-interesting-ideas point.The prison scene(even though felt epic with the chants and all) was ridiculous to say the least

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Was a nice touch to me. I admit that I didn't like it at first but I have no problem with it anymore.
I meant the accent,I saw expecting something which would send chills through the body.When the Villian is pure evil,his voice should be like that

Sorta like William Dafoe's voice for GG

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I meant his acting,He didnt do anything extraordinary with the acting imo

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I agree here with alot of what you say and I have had the same problem with all of Nolan's films (that I've watched). He relies heavily on chance and luck to the point that it sometimes feels ridiculous and far fetched. All of that to make everything seem smarter than it is and epic. Alot of what Joker managed to do looked clever but was very much based on luck. It's not a huge issue I have because sometimes you have to go that route to make it flow nicely and feel epic, but it doesn't always work for me.
Except that with TDK you had to think long and hard after the movie to deduce the flaws while in TDKR they were right in the face
Except that Bus thingy,there was a glaring flaw in the joker's plan

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The "Take control of your city" was connected to the longer speech outside the Blackgate Prison. He means that the ordinary citiziens should take back the city from the rich and corrupt. It was all part of this whole "revolution" agenda he used to give the people false hope.

Bane wanted Gotham to die a slow death. Like he said to Bruce in the prison: he's a torturer of the soul. It's worse to die slowly and painful than quickly. However I must admit that it felt too much like an easy way for the writers to give Bruce all this time to build up himself. It didn't feel natural. It's very much like that typical stereotype villain who, when it seems like he has the upper hand against the hero, starts to unnecessarily brag about his whole plan, instead of just giving the final blow and be done with it, just long enough to let the hero come up with a way to defeat him.

So I understand why it feels lazy to some and I might say too that it felt a little lazy. But it still worked fine to me.
The fact that he planned to die along with the city made his plan absolutely terrible
Ra's Al Ghul's legacy was to destroy a corrupted city,not getting himself destroyed aswell
The 'Slow torture' thingy made some sense with an individual like Batman but for the whole city it was a terrible idea

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I also like when villains have memorable deaths but it made alot of sense how Nolan chose to kill Bane. Actually, I really like his death because it showed that no one, not even the biggest and baddest, is immortal. I felt there was alot of thought put into his death, no matter how simple and "easy" it looked.
Dont kid yourself,it was just a quick way to get him out of the way to concentrate on Talia

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He's one of the most intimidating CBM villains out there. His whole presence was badass.
Genius plan? Well, up until he decided to let Gotham breathe for 5 months it was pretty genious.
Great back story? I actually loved the backstory and how it was a mystery until the very end.
Action was much improved in TDKR I'd say. But the action shouldn't be anywhere near Spider-Man for example because they are so different. It's not possible to have the same spectacular action.
I don't know what you mean with legacy. It probably won't have the same impact as TDK but that's because it follows in the same vein already. But it will be remembered as one of the few good final film in a trilogy, that makes the trilogy as a whole one of the first great ones.
Him crying,getting killed so easily and the whole sacrificing-himself-for-Talia thingy destroyed the little bad-assness he had associated with himself
I agree his plan seemed excellent for a little time,the way he destroyed Batman and took control of the city along with the football field scene was great,but what followed after was plain rubbish
The Backstory is a mystery till the end,but that doesnt mean it was good.There was nothing epic about him getting beat up for a little Girl and then the father casting him out despite him being responsible for saving his daughter life.The the way Talia narrated made him worse
'His only fault was that he loved me' *Facepalm*

By Legacy I meant something like the Goblin's legacy in Raimi's trilogy,but thats alright since TDKR was the last movie

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I loved the accent even. Gave Bane a sort of distinguished, older sound since Hardy's Bane was supposed to be at least twenty years older than Talia.
Its more important to have an accent which would sound intimidating for a Evil Villian than to make him sound older

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Broke the Bat, uncovered the Dent lie, brought martial law to Gotham.
I meant that Tom Hardy's acting wasnt anything extraordinary
Untill after the football field scene,everything he did was pretty epic,I would agree to that

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Nolan's writing of making the villain assume everything. The same happened with Joker and how his plans went flawless and yet no one questions how that happened because we only see Ledger's Joker and not how he's able to get by with so many things and no one apparently notices, lol.
As I said before,except that Bus coincidence,none of the other flaws were so glaring

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And...how is Bane getting Ra's al Ghul's plan upside down? Didn't Ra's himself want to sacrifice himself as well?
I dont think so,Ra's never meant to get himself killed

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Plus, seeing as how only Talia escaped that pit in years and years since its creation, I could understand how no one believed Bruce would have escaped the Pit.
Thats what makes it terrible
Seeing how a 10 year old escaped it on her first try while 100s of burly men are unable to do so.Its incredibly stupid to show that a 10 year old can climb and jump better than adult men
And the fact that Talia escaped is enough to point out that it isnt safe to Batman in there and assume he wouldnt be able to escape.That a huge flaw he Bane's plan right there

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Lol, once again, not lazy writing. You're confusing lazy with rush. Bane died quickly, yes, but it wasn't easy and showed what kind of fire power had to kill this monster that was in this film.
Look up the word 'Unceremoniously'

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And no...Talia was not the 'main' villain. If that's the case, Venom might as well be called the main villain in Spider-Man 3 since the film built up to him.
Yeah its safe to assume that the Symbiote/Venom was the main villian

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And with Talia calling him a friend, that's all I need to know that they were not lovers, nor could they ever be if Bane could never keep that mask off for a certain amount of time, or would it be odd that someone much older would be in a relationship with Talia when he protected her at a very young age. They were only friends and Talia was Bane's real-life Osito.
Again you need to assume all this
Also you saying Bane's 20 years elder to Talia means that Bane's over 50 since Talia is about Bruce Wayne's age which is easily over 30

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Intimidating? Yes. Did anyone else break Batman in the series? Has anyone else snapped so many necks throughout the film?
The way he talked was hardly intimidating
Yes he did break Batman and that was pretty badass,I would give him that credit

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Great back story? Enough of a backstory as much as Selina Kyle to understand where they're coming from that turned Bane from a monster to a real human being during Talia's reveal.
Their is nothing great about him sacrificing himself for an 8 year old and getting cast out by the father

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Excellent action sequences? Two very well fight scenes against Batman.
Just alright

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Yah, makes sense...not. The filmed scenes that weren't used would have only made up about twenty more minutes.
And we have nothing to suggest that those scenes would have made the movie as good as the novel

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It's called theatricality.
Its called lazy writing
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I could say the same that Joker could have blown up the two ships as soon as Batman tried to stop him, but Joker was trying to show off as much as Bane and Talia was.
Unlike Joker,Bane was not a maniac,he was supposed to be master planner
Joker wanted to prove that when the odds are against you,everyone will turn into a monstor and how he just ahead of the curve

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I previously had little hope for the Fantastic Four reboot but seeing that Josh Trank is associated with it,I am feeling optimistic about it

As For X-men,I dont care much about continuity as long as DOFP is as good as First class

Also it would be stupid to combine F4 and X-men universe,they should just keep them apart and make seperate movies

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And while I am theorizing for a bit, I understand Gordon is trying to act before anything bad happens.
Right. Anything bad being the ferries people blowing each other up like he said. That was his concern.

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He wasn't as certain as Joker as he also mentioned that Joker could blow them both up. He's looking at all outcomes while Batman wasn't as he had amazing faith over Gotham City's citizens, even the criminals.
Batman: "It's not that simple. With the Joker it never is"
Gordon: "What's simple is that every second we don't take him those people get closer to blowing each other up"
Batman: "That won't happen"
Gordon: "Then he'll blow both of them up"

He was just reacting to Batman's claim that they won't blow each other up.

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Do you really think he would really let the other boat live, though?
YES!

He's trying to destroy Gotham's hope not destroy the city. What use is a bunch of dead citizens to him as opposed to a bunch of citizens with broken spirits who have to live with mass slaughter on their conscience?

Again you seem to miss the point of Joker's plan altogether. He's looking to break minds, not kill everyone.

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And this brings up a question I have always had...if Harvey was Joker's 'ace', why even do this experiment?
That should be obvious. "You didn't think I'd risk losing the battle for Gotham's soul in a fist fight with you".

It would be foolish to rest his entire plan on the ferries. If it worked, then great. Then he'd also has Harvey to add further fuel to the fire. If not, then he has Harvey's downfall to fall back on.

Either way it's win win. He covered all his bases like a great criminal mastermind would.

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Mere weeks could have done the job, but five months just shows how Bane was fine with waiting until the countdown gets down to zero without pressing the trigger. He was in no rush having the idea that Bruce wasn't strong enough to climb the Pit.
We all know Bane was fine to wait 5 months. That's the point. There was no need for it. Nothing happened in the 5 month siege that couldn't have been done in weeks. The ONLY reason it was done was plot filler time so Bruce could recover, train himself up again, escape the pit and get back to Gotham.

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I previously had little hope for the Fantastic Four reboot but seeing that Josh Trank is associated with it,I am feeling optimistic about it
Same.

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As For X-men,I dont care much about continuity as long as DOFP is as good as First class
Or better than First Class.

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Also it would be stupid to combine F4 and X-men universe,they should just keep them apart and make seperate movies
I think the movies should be completely separate, but I think it would be cool if it was mentioned that they both take place in the same universe or whatever. Just no crossover movies.

I think they should focus on making the Fantastic Four and Silver Surfer Stories, and get Galactus right this time!

Why don't the make a deadpool movie? Aren't they going to lose the film rights?

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Deadpool is a toxic character as of now,seeing how they destroyed him in origins

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Origins doesn't count. Its not like they made a Deadpool movie that bombed. Was he even referred to as "deadpool" in that movie?

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Its more important to have an accent which would sound intimidating for a Evil Villian than to make him sound older
But...he needed to sound older, don't ya think? Tom Hardy is in his early 30s I believe but yet Bane had to be at least in his late 50s. Nonetheless, his accent did sound intimidating. He had a very etiquette voice that went along with his brutal ruthlessness.

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I meant that Tom Hardy's acting wasnt anything extraordinary
Untill after the football field scene,everything he did was pretty epic,I would agree to that
The fact that he had to act through his eyes and hands, and it showed, showed that Hardy did a magnificent job while wearing that mask for the entire film except for a flashback scene.

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As I said before,except that Bus coincidence,none of the other flaws were so glaring
Transporting and having barrels of oil in two boats without anyone noticing. Transporting and having bombs all over a hospital without anyone noticing. Transporting and having barrels of oil inside two buildings without anyone noticing. Those aren't "glaring"?

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I dont think so,Ra's never meant to get himself killed
That's why he destroyed the train's mechanics, right? His first plan was not to kill himself, but the plan evolved and he was more than pleased to die with the train.

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Thats what makes it terrible
Seeing how a 10 year old escaped it on her first try while 100s of burly men are unable to do so.Its incredibly stupid to show that a 10 year old can climb and jump better than adult men
And the fact that Talia escaped is enough to point out that it isnt safe to Batman in there and assume he wouldnt be able to escape.That a huge flaw he Bane's plan right there
It's "incredibly stupid" to know that the daughter of Ra's al Ghul escaped the Pit? The DAUGHTER OF RA'S AL GHUL. Saying that should be enough reasoning right there.

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Look up the word 'Unceremoniously'


No **** Sherlock, but you see, something had to happen since, well, you know, Bane was about to blow Batman's head off with a shotgun

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Yeah its safe to assume that the Symbiote/Venom was the main villian


Too bad he wasn't, but of course you'd say this to back up your theory.

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Again you need to assume all this
Also you saying Bane's 20 years elder to Talia means that Bane's over 50 since Talia is about Bruce Wayne's age which is easily over 30
Well, duh. Talia is ten when Bane saves her and already looks about 20. That's not an assumption to say Bane is a much older man and wouldn't likely have a relationship like that with Talia. Nor could he with that little thing called a mask that keeps him alive.

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The way he talked was hardly intimidating
Yes he did break Batman and that was pretty badass,I would give him that credit
To each their own. I found his accent and voice very intimidating. The way he breaths even during the sewer fight is like a thumping heart beat.

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Their is nothing great about him sacrificing himself for an 8 year old and getting cast out by the father
There isn't? There isn't something great that Talia is written as Bane's real-life Osito?

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Just alright
Hah.

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And we have nothing to suggest that those scenes would have made the movie as good as the novel
We have a list of the scenes.

Unless you're saying Raimi, or Arad, or someone wanted to sabotage Spider-Man 3 from the beginning and wanted a little 45 second meet-n-greet with Venom and Sandman rather than a heartfelt scene between Flint Marko, his daughter and Eddie.

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Its called lazy writing
Nah.

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Unlike Joker,Bane was not a maniac,he was supposed to be master planner
Joker wanted to prove that when the odds are against you,everyone will turn into a monstor and how he just ahead of the curve
And Bane wanted to prove that all of the sacrifices Batman had made comes to nothing in the end.

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Origins doesn't count. Its not like they made a Deadpool movie that bombed. Was he even referred to as "deadpool" in that movie?
He was offhandedly. When Wade has all the other powers put into him, Stryker calls him "Weapon Eleven" several times...but once seems to refert o him as "Deadpool".

When Logan breaks into Three Mile Island and finds Stryker and the doctors doing the finishing touches on Wade Wilson, this is the conversation -

Stryker: Logan....welcome back to the war.
Logan: Before I gut you, I wanta know why.
Stryker: I needed your powers for the pool.
Logan: The what?
Stryker: The mutant killer....deadpool. Years of searching and refining, finding the right powers that can co-exist in the same body without ripping it apart....

Now, some will say that he is actually calling him by the name Deadpool. But others have argued that he is simply talking about the pool of dead mutants genes that have been combined into the mutant killer Weapon Eleven.

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In Order:

1.The Dark Knight Trilogy(Cant pick one over the other)
2.The Avengers
3.Iron Man
4.X-Men First Class
5.The Amazing Spider-Man
6.Kick-Ass
7.Iron Man 2
8.Thor
9.The Incredible Hulk
10.Spider-Man

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Old 01-13-2013, 03:42 PM   #443
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After recently re-viewing some films. Decided to give them an updated rank.

1. Nolan's Batman Trilogy (9/10)
2. X2 (8.5/10)
3. Spiderman 2 (8.4/10)
4. X-Men: First Class (8.1/10)
5. Watchmen (8/10)
6. The Avengers (7.9/10)
7. Iron Man (7.8/10)
8. X-Men (7.5/10)
9. Spiderman (7.4/10)
10. The Amazing Spiderman (7.4/10)
11. Iron Man 2 (7.3/10)
12. Thor (7.2/10)
13. Daredevil (DC) (7/10)
14. Hulk (6.8/10)
15. Incredible Hulk (6.7/10)
16. Captain America (6.5/10)

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Old 04-30-2013, 08:38 PM   #444
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Update after many re-viewings and some new viewings.

Hall of Fame
1. Man of Steel-10/10
2. The Dark Knight- 9.5/10
3. The Amazing Spider-Man- 9.5/10
4. Captain America: The First Avenger- 9.5/10
5. Spider-Man 2- 9.5/10
6. X-Men: First Class- 9/10

Great
7. Spider-Man- 8.5/10
8. Batman Begins- 8.5/10
9. The Avengers- 8/10
10. Thor- 8/10

Decent, wouldn't watch too many times in a short amount of time

11. X-Men 3: The Last Stand-7/10
12. The Incredible Hulk- 7/10

Chasm Of Despair

13. Iron Man 3- 6.5/10
14. Spider-Man 3- 6/10
15. X2: X-Men United- 6/10
16. Iron Man- 5.5(moved up quite a bit)

Far Into the Chasm of Despair

17. X-Men- 5/10
18.The Dark Knight Rises -4.5/10
19. X-Men Origins: Wolverine- 4/10

THE UNREACHABLE DEPTHS OF THE CHASM OF DESPAIR

20. Iron Man 2- 2/10
21. Green Lantern- 2/10

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The Amazing Spider-Man 2- I don't know anymore/10
X-Men: Days of Future Past- 8.5/10
Guardians of the Galaxy- 4/10

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Old 04-30-2013, 09:30 PM   #445
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The Dark Knight - 10/10
The Dark Knight Rises - 10/10
Batman Begins - 9.3/10
Batman: The Dark Knight Returns (Parts 1 and 2 combined are about the length of a film) - 9.3/10
Iron Man - 9.2/10
X-Men 2 - 9.1/10
V For Vendetta - 8.7/10
Watchmen - 8.6/10
Dredd - 8.5/10
X-Men - 8.5/10
X-Men: First Class - 8.5/10
The Amazing Spider-man - 8/10
Thor - 7.5/10
Sin City - 7.5/10
Kick-Ass - 7.4/10
The Incredible Hulk - 7.3/10
Captain America: The First Avenger - 7.2/10
Iron Man 2 - 6/10
The Avengers - 6/10
Batman Forever - 5.7/10
Batman - 5.6/10
Spider-man 2 - 5.5/10
Spider-man - 5/10
Batman Returns - 4/10
Batman & Robin - 2/10
Ghost Rider - 2/10
Spider-man 3 - 2/10
Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance - 1.5/10
Fantastic Four - 1/10
Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer - 1/10

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Old 05-01-2013, 09:27 AM   #446
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Just gonna rank the ones I have:

Top 3:
X2
The Avengers
The Dark Knight


Spider-Man
Spider-Man 2
Watchmen
Kick Ass
Iron Man
Batman Begins
V For Vendetta
X-Men
Hellboy: The Golden Army
Iron Man 3 (may change)
Blade
Captain America
Blade 2
Hellboy
Dredd
Spider-Man 3
The Dark Knight Rises
X-Men: First Class
Iron Man 2
Thor

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The Avengers / The Dark Knight (I honestly cannot choose which I like more.) 10/10
Iron Man 10/10
Spider-Man 2 10/10
The Dark Knight Rises 8/10
Batman Begins 8/10
Spider-Man 8/10
Thor 8/10
Kick-Ass 8/10
The Dark Knight Returns 8/10
X-Men First Class 8/10
Iron Man 2 8/10
Batman Returns 8/10
Mask of the Phantasm 7/10
Spider-Man 3 7/10
Hulk 7/10
X2 7/10
X-Men 7/10
The Incredible Hulk 7/10
Batman 7/10
The Addams Family 7/10
The Mask 7/10
The Amazing Spider-Man 7/10
Green Lantern 6.5/10
Captain America - undecided. I think it's very well made and fantastic fun, though I don't love it. Somewhere about a 6.8-7/10.
Batman and Robin - Perfection.

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The Dark Knight Rises: 9.5/10
Hellboy II: The Golden Army: 9/10
Hellboy: 9/10
The Dark Knight: 9/10
The Amazing Spider-Man: 8.5/10
Batman Begins: 8.5/10
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: 8/10
The Avengers: 8/10

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Batman Begins is a million times better than some of the films in that poll and it's not even included. Strange.

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^Well hell, there's plenty of films on that poll that I would say are actually bad movies.

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