Discussion in 'Captain America: The Winter Soldier' started by Thread Manager, Aug 2, 2013.
We will see if TDW is two and half hours.
Whoa... I actually legit thought I was in the Thor: The Dark World thread.
It's definitely in our nature, as comic book (movie) fans, to kvetch and worry about our favorite films doing well, both behind the scenes and once they're released. I'm kind of more worried about T:TDW to be honest, moreson than even Cap, but I think what's going on with Thor is maybe a combination of both a conflict between the director and the studio about run times and also the need to do some reshoots. Not that either is a bad thing; I still think that Thor 2 won't necessarily die if the movie is thirty minutes longer than people want it to be. If editing a movie will make it a better product, then maybe a 120 or so cut will be just fine.
I'm in the school of people that thought IM3 was Marvel's riskiest movie yet. I adored it; my favorite blockbuster of the year. It was basically an 80's action/cop-buddy type movie that completely reinvented IM's most famous villain. I didn't see how it was mediocre in the least.
Despite the directors for CA:TWS, I'm getting a really good vibe from the cast and the reactions to the footage at Comic-Con. The Thor stuff too got great feedback from SDCC. So it seems like, at least for now, Marvel's steering their ship in the right direction. IMO at least.
For me, Iron Man 3 has set the bar high for the other Phase 2 films.
Yeah as a film IM3 is great, some people just don't like how they treated the Mandarin to the point they're willing to call it bad.
I haven't seen any reports of crew jumping ship. Just the stuff about Taylor and the music composer.
It has a finely tuned character arc for Tony Stark from the first scene to the last (unlike IM2). That in itself makes it a good movie despite the Mandarin and subpar villainisms of Killian.
You can, just PM me with what you want it changed to.
I was one of the fans that though IM3 was great and just as good as IM1 (I didn't mind the mandarin twist one bit). Killian as a villain to me was extremely satisfying and prob the best so far in the IM series.
Definitely I think it's my favorite arc of Tony's. Iron Man 3 was fantastic because of it and I think Cap will be great based on Steve's story alone!
Literally and figuratively
Iron Man 3 had a great dramatic arc for Tony and was a wildly entertaining movie with some clever subtext. I personally loved the Mandarin twist, with the only complaint that it came a bit early and robbed the last act of some tension.
Great to see that some people actually loved IM3. For me it was Marvel's 2nd best movie after The Avengers. Killian was a intelligent villain and the best villain, 2nd to Loki of course.
And why are people complaining that the suits ripped apart like toilet paper?? If I'm not mistaken, doesn't the extremis soldiers heat up to about 3000 degrees Celsius?? I'm sure that's hot enough to cut through any form of metal.
Because it suggests the soldiers are as strong as Thor/Hulk, yet Tony killed a lot of them.
I could maybe see that after watching IM2, but do you still feel this way after Avengers, IM3, and the rest? They don't give me that vibe at all.
You're still assuming that the BTS rumors are true. If they were, I think we would've had more reporters badgering Feige at SDCC. Unless I missed an interview (entirely possible!), I didn't hear the first question about it.
Extremis soldiers were good even though they were strong the movie never claimed they were bullet/arc blast proof, just like Steve. Itll be interesting to see where they place Cap 2 on the timeline
You forget about the scene where the slow moving truck hits the armor and it breaks apart?
I don't think there's anything more to that scene than Black thought it would be a cool visual to show that it wasn't Stark in the suit.
Felt the same way. Should the armors be tearing through the soldiers, giving us zero tension like a Steven Seagal movie? Sometimes a threat can raise those whatchamacallits-- stakes.
That's a really lame reason. They're obviously nowhere near as durable as Thor/Hulk, so I don't see a problem there.
well, the suit in question was still a prototype and badly damaged even before the whole AF1 sequence. Under this circumstances I had no problem with the suit falling apart
I know I wrote this before but I really hope MS updates their official timeline of the MCU sometime. there were about 7 threads in 2011/2012 of people trying to work out the timeline of Phase 1 until the official pic from the Art of The Avengers was released. I don't want this to happen in 2014/2015 again
So did Tony's karate chop. It was already established that it was a prototypical suit prone to break like glass.
It's a prehensile suit, of course it falls apart. It's made up of individual pieces and that scene was to show that Tony wasn't in the suit. If it was one of his regular suits like the Mark 7, the results would have been different because it's not a prehensile suit.
One scene I found really hilarious in IM3 is when his first PTSD episode occurred, prompting him to leave his conversation with Rhodey and hide in his bulky, combat ready, heavily weaponized MKVII suit in a civilian area. Just the visual of it gave me a chuckle. One would think he would don a less powerful suit for casual roams.
Exactly. Which proves the point. Their powers seemed a bit inconsistent. It didn't bother me but it's a valid complaint.