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Discussion in 'Spider-Man: Homecoming' started by Thread Manager, May 25, 2015.
Holy crap, the colon gods saved us and gave us a colon finally!!!!!
By colon you mean the organ or something else?
No! I meant the organ.
Somehow I knew I'd get this response.
Imagine if we got a 19 year-old Andrew Garfield:
If only. Or a 19 y/o Freddie.
Or if they went with Plummer.
Freddie would've been awesome. A 19 year-old Dylan too:
I'd love to take peak into the parallel universes where each of them got the role.
Except for Plummer. In no universe did he deserve the role.
If only said parallel universes existed, 'cause I'd probably visit 'em often.
If I'd be to guess, the pairings would go: Dylan/Holland Roden, Freddie/Olivia (meaning others could've been Norman and Emma on BM), and Charlie/Madison Lintz. I quite like Holland in the role, but ya know.
Maybe the Homecoming dance could've looked like this:
With this pose, I wouldn't mind seeing Dylan play the role of Goku.
I still think O'Brien should be Human Torch.
Still think they should've made Raimi's films in college right from the get-go, cast Banks as Gwen and adapted TNGSD.
They did adapt that story, and the high school setting is essential for the spider bite and the cash and responsibility lesson.
And ernesth, I like your idea.
More like Gohan. And Evan Peters as Future Trunks
More like inspired by, as Gobby dropping MJ from the bridge along with the children was more of a nod to Gwen's original fate than it was an adaptation of the story. An adaptation is more of what we saw in TASM2.
True, but I still would've preferred 'em just doing the origin story via the opening titles and moving right into college over having high school for a span of 15-20 minutes and then quickly graduating 'em anyway.
The only thing that didn't happen is the girlfriend dying, most other things did happen, including Spider-Man webbing Jameson's mouth shut.
TASM2 adapted two scenes, one of them isn't in that story.
Dragon Evolution 2?
Devolution is pooped on and erased.
The less we talk about Sith Piccolo and Uncle Ben-Grandpa Gohan, the better.
The party fight scene is literally the only scene I like in that movie, beating bullies without laying a finger on them.
Other things are just crappily produced crap either pretending to be Dragonball related or barely attempt to remind audience that the movie is supposed to be an adaption of a long running story about a guy who we see from childhood until being a grandfather, taking bits and pieces cramming them in, in an incoherent attempt at making a story.
The best thing out of that film was the song "Rule". It made the movie look good in amv form. And tbh as a kid I enjoyed it, now...I'm not so sure, been so long. Maybe if I was super bored I could watch it.
As someone who enjoys a lot of bad movies, I commend you on your bravery.
Venture forth, and share your glory.
I don't think I've mentioned it here before, but how many of you guys believe Peter/Spidey will have a brief appearance in Dr. Strange? I just think so because of that random photo of Tom on set with Scott Derrickson and the fact that it does take place in NY. I'm talking like an appearance the size of Falcon in Ant-Man. Idk, it's definitely a fan wish but I can see it happening. It'd be cool for Marvel to really utilize Spider-Man in ways we haven't seen before. "Whoa! Spider-Man meets Dr. Strange! All this stuff never happened in the previous movies!"
So i got revisiting some old games i hadn't played in a long time, and i got back into DBZ BT3.
And man, i forgot how fun that game was!
Just ordered the first volume of the JMS run of Amazing Spider-Man.
Heard mighty good things about it.